The Detroit Tigers are going to have some solid representation for all of the MLB All-Star game festivities. In the MLB Futures Game, they've got three representatives at three positions. Bruce Rondon will be a pitcher for the World Team, while Nick Castellanos and Rob Brantley will be with the U.S. Team. Brantley, a catcher, is currently in Triple-A, WHILE Castellanos, an infielder, is in Double-A, along with Rondon.
Castellanos was drafted 44th overall by the Tigers in 2010, and was batting .382 with four home runs and 36 RBIs over 66 appearances in Double-A and Single-A at the time the rosters were announced. Rondon had thrown in 23 games with an ERA of 1.85 with 16 saves and 25 strikeouts in Double-A and Single-A at the time of announcement.
Time: Sunday, July 8, 5:00 p.m. E.T.
Location: Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City
TV/Stream: ESPN 2/MLB.com
You can find the full rosters for the game here.
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