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 Triple-A All-Star Game Results (2008-2012)  
Pacific Coast League 3,
International League 0
At Buffalo, NY
(Coca-Cola Field),
July 11, 2012

  • Attendance: 18,025
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Wil Myers (Omaha, PCL); Matt Harvey (Buffalo, IL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Mike Sarbaugh (Columbus), Arnie Beyeler (Pawtucket), Ryne Sandberg (Lehigh Valley);
    PCL - Manager Marty Brown (Las Vegas), Blaise Ilsley (Memphis), Russ Morman (Fresno)
  • Television: MLB Network - Paul Severino, Jonathan Mayo, Sam Ryan
  • Radio: Triple-A ASG Radio Network - Ben Wagner (Buffalo), Doug Greenwald (Fresno)
  • Box Score
The 25th annual Triple-A All-Star Game returned to the site where the event began in 1988 as Buffalo, New York once again hosted the nationally televised affair. For the second straight year, the All-Star Game was a shutout, but this time it was the Pacific Coast League coming out on top of the 3-0 contest. Eleven PCL pitchers combined to limit the IL to five hits on eleven strikeouts, but it was Omaha's Wil Myers that earned MiLB.com Top Star honors following a 2-3 night. Myers singled home a run in the 1st inning after Oklahoma City's Mike Hessman started the scoring with a sacrifice fly. The IL's Top Star was hometown hero Matt Harvey, who tossed two scoreless innings before Myers doubled and scored in the 4th inning to give the PCL a 3-0 lead.

International League 3,
Pacific Coast League 0
At Salt Lake City, UT
(Spring Mobile Ballpark),
July 13, 2011

  • Attendance: 12,439
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Russ Canzler (Durham, IL); David Cooper (Las Vegas, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Mike Sarbaugh (Columbus), Rich Dotson (Charlotte), Dean Treanor (Indianapolis);
    PCL - Manager Lorenzo Bundy (Albuquerque), Tommy Gregg (Omaha), Keith Johnson (Salt Lake)
  • Television: MLB Network - Chris Rose, Kevin Millar
  • Radio: Westwood One - Steve Klauke (Salt Lake), Neil Solondz (Durham)
  • Box Score
The International League won its third straight Triple-A All-Star Game with the event's first shutout in five years, blanking the PCL by a score of 3-0. All three runs were of the unearned variety, coming in the 2nd inning. With two outs and two on, Durham's Russ Canzler provided the game's big blow when he homered to right-center field. Starter Zach McAllister of Columbus worked 2.0 scoreless innings and ultimately picked up the win, though his was just the first in a parade of excellent performances from International League pitchers. The PCL mustered just three singles on the evening, one of which came off the bat of Las Vegas' David Cooper, the PCL's Top Star. IL Top Star honors went to Canzler. The nationally televised contest marked the debut of MLB Network's "All-Audio" broadcast.

International League 2,
Pacific Coast League 1
At Allentown, PA
(Coca-Cola Park),
July 14, 2010

  • Attendance: 10,000
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Chase Lambin (Syracuse, IL); Thomas Diamond (Iowa, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Charlie Montoyo (Durham), Dave Huppert (Lehigh Valley), Frank Kremblas (Indianapolis);
    PCL - Manager Daren Brown (Tacoma), Erik Bennett (Salt Lake), Mark Budaska, (Memphis)
  • Television: MLB Network - Matt Provence, Mitch Williams
  • Radio: Westwood One - Jon Schaeffer (Lehigh Valley), Tim Grubbs (New Orleans), Doug Heater (Lehigh Valley)
  • Box Score
For the fourth time in five years, the International League prevailed at the Triple-A All-Star Game, defeating the Pacific Coast League in an exciting 2-1 contest. The PCL took an early lead when Iowa infielder Darwin Barney drove home Matt Miller of Colorado Springs with an RBI single in the 2nd inning. It would prove to be the only run of the game for the PCL, as IL relievers scattered three hits over 7.0 scoreless innings. Offense wasn't plentiful for the IL either, as it wasn't until Lehigh Valley's own Andy Tracy singled in the 5th that the IL got its first hit. The key inning proved to be the 6th, when Louisville's Chris Valaika doubled and later scored when Chase Lambin of Syracuse followed with a double of his own. A single by Elliot Johnson of Durham brought home Lambin with what was ultimately the winning run. Minor League saves leader Jonathan Albaladejo of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre shut the PCL down 1-2-3 in the 9th to preserve the victory. Iowa's Thomas Diamond, who tossed two hitless innings, was voted the Top Star for the PCL, while the IL honor went to Lambin. Indianapolis catcher Erik Kratz also enjoyed a special moment, when he learned during the game he was headed to the Major Leagues for the first time in his career.

International League 6,
Pacific Coast League 5
At Portland, OR
(PGE Park),
July 15, 2009

  • Attendance: 16,637
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Erik Kratz (Indianapolis, IL); Esteban German (Oklahoma City, PCL)
  • Coaching Staffs: IL - Manager Rick Sweet (Louisville), Gary Allenson (Norfolk), Ken Oberkfell (Buffalo);
    PCL - Manager Randy Ready (Portland), Dwight Bernard (Tacoma), Brian McArn (Sacramento)
  • Television: ESPN2 - Rich Burk, Eric Young, John Manuel
  • Radio: Westwood One - Tim Hagerty (Portland), Josh Whetzel (Rochester)
  • Box Score
The largest crowd since 1991 to witness a Triple-A All-Star Game packed Portland's PGE Park for a game in which the International League prevailed, 6-5. IL pitching blanked the PCL for two innings behind Louisville's Justin Lehr and Lehigh Valley's Andrew Carpenter, who struck out the side on nine pitches in the 2nd. The IL offense got rolling in the 3rd when back-to-back doubles by Indianapolis' Erik Kratz and Durham's Reid Brignac plated the first run, followed by a two-run jack off the bat of Louisville's Drew Stubbs to make it 3-0 IL. Nashville's Brendan Katin responded with a solo homer in the bottom half of the 3rd, making the score 3-1. Scranton/WB's Austin Jackson led off the 5th with a triple and came home on a sacrifice fly by Rochester's Justin Huber, but the PCL again answered immediately when Oklahoma City's Esteban German singled home two to cut the deficit to one. The game's big blow came in the 6th when Kratz crushed a two-run homer onto 18th street to give the IL a 6-3 lead. A two-run blast by German brought the PCL within one in the 9th, but Pawtucket's Fernando Cabrera closed the door to preserve the victory for the International League. Kratz and German were named Top Stars for their respective clubs.

Pacific Coast League 6,
International League 5
At Louisville, KY
(Louisville Slugger Field),
July 16, 2008

  • Attendance: 13,131
  • "Top Stars" Winners: Matt Brown (Salt Lake, PCL); Andrew McCutchen (Indianapolis, IL)
  • Coaching Staffs: PCL - Manager Pat Listach (Iowa), Terry Bradshaw (Omaha), Rick Rodriguez (Sacramento);
    IL - Manager Dave Miley (Scranton/WB), Doug Davis (Syracuse), Rick Sweet (Louisville)
  • Television: ESPN2 - Jim Kelch, Eduardo Perez, Jonathan Mayo
  • Radio: Westwood One - Matt Andrews (Louisville), Steve Selby (Memphis)
  • Box Score
Over 13,000 fans packed Louisville Slugger Field for what proved to be one of the most exciting All-Star Games in history. What started as a pitching showcase turned into a wild offensive explosion as both teams fought to a furious finish. Until the 7th inning stretch, neither team had crossed the plate. IL starter David Purcey of Syracuse struck out three and did not allow a hit in 2.0 innings on his way to the Bank of America Pitcher of the Game Award. Six PCL hurlers combined to blank the IL for six frames, but in the bottom of the 7th the IL chased home two runs thanks to a RBI single by Indianapolis' Andrew McCutchen and a RBI ground out by Toledo's Mike Hessman. The IL's top closer, Blaine Neal of Toledo, took the hill in the 9th to protect the 2-0 lead, but that's when the Pacific Coast League came to life. With just one out, Tucson's Jamie D'Antona, Salt Lake's Matt Brown, and Round Rock's Mark Saccomanno each produced run-scoring hits. A fourth run came home on an error before Las Vegas' A.J. Ellis doubled home two more, making it a 6-2 game and stunning the IL fans in Louisville. The International League nearly came back in the bottom of the 9th. McCutchen drove in his second run, and with two outs Pawtucket's Chris Carter blasted a two-run homer to pull the IL within a run, but the rally died right there.

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