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Your 2013 Ringler & Garcia All-Star Teams

 2013 WSEM All-Star Game 
 Saturday   August 10th, 2013 
 Pervis Memorial    Southgate, MI 

SP - Craig Skinner
El Diablos - 16 votes

SP - Chris Paquin
Holy Balls - 17 votes

RP - Will Mundel
Islanders - 11 votes

RP - Austin Bischoff
Wicked Aces - 13 votes

F - Dennis Pearson
Ducks - 12 votes

F - Evan Bortmas
Wicked Aces - 11 votes

F - Dakota LaDouceur
El Diablos - 8 votes

F - David Castle
Holy Balls - 10 votes

F - Michael Sessions
Islanders - 8 votes

F - Jason Hewlett
King Friday - 10 votes
Pitchers Fielders

Jason Matt
BW - 7 votes

Kyle Tomlinson
EL - 7 votes

Chandler Phillips
EL - 4 votes

Josh Nagorski
DU - 7 votes

David Buhr
BW - 3 votes

Matt Murtha
IS - 5 votes
Ryan Alexia, F (5); Nicco Lollio, F (4); Andrew Mott, F (3); Dylan Braden, F (2); Mark Phillips, F (2); Josh Roberts, F (2); Adam Cosby, P (1); Mike Myers, F (1); Alex Linebrink, F (1)
Pitchers Fielders

Keifer Haffey
WW - 5 votes

Greg Brannan
KF - 8 votes

Mark Brannan
KF - 5 votes

Nick Coffee
KF - 5 votes

RJ Fisher
WA - 1 vote

Alex Shore
WW - 4 votes
Ryan Bullard, F (4); Carl Coffee; F (2), Joel Crozier; F (2); Andrew Piasecki, F (2); Justin Hughes, P (1); Jimmy Barone, P (1); Nader Ajluni, F (1); Evan Bischoff, F (1); Jason Hollister, F (1); Greg Voutsos, F (1); Thomas DeMaria, F (1); Brandon Corbett, P (1); John Sharlow, F (1)

This year saw more players from around the league than ever receive votes. Ringler had twenty players in the fielders category get a shout out, and eleven pitchers. In Garcia there were seventeen fielders and nine pitchers named. In the event that a player had votes for both pitcher and fielder, his total numbers were added together in the position for which he had more votes. In the case of a voting tie between fielders, batting average was used as the tie-breaker. ERA was used as the tie-breaker for pitchers.

The 2013 WSEM All-Star Game will be played on Sunday August 10th as part of the John Hill For the Thrill festivities at Pervis Memorial in Southgate. The game will be played at 4 PM, in between the For the Thrill round robin and championship game. Festivities for día de celebración de la Liga will begin at 11 AM and run until we grow tired. More fun away from the field is planned this year, including a home run derby open to everyone throughout the day. More info on all of that to come. Let us look at the 2013 All-Star teams!

Garcia: Dennis Pearson gets named to his third All-Star team, making him the only player to have been named in every WSEM season. Though, this is the first time he is named as a non-pitcher. His commanding lead in the Country Strong HR King chase makes him an obvious offensive choice. Speaking of Country Strong, Dakota LaDouceur won a share of that award last year, and now gets named to his first All-Star team as a fielder. Should we get ready for a mid-afternoon fireworks show from those two? LaDouceur is joined by fellow Diablo Craig Skinner, who received the most votes of any player. Craig will get the opportunity to start the ASG for Garcia at his home field. The last two spots on the team are filled by the Islanders, who have two rookies voted in. Will Mundel has taken the league by storm, and improved on the mound with every start. The respect earned for him showed as he was one of seven players to get double digit votes; Mundel will be the relief pitcher for Garcia in August. His teammate Michael Sessions, in addition to being a favorite to share the field with, also captivated earlier this season with his impressive streak of 25 straight PA without an AB. Those two things secured the Mayor the fifth All-Star spot. However, he is already on record stating he will be out of town for the game; therefore, una tercera Diablo, Kyle Tomlinson, is next in line to fill his spot on the roster. As much as the game will miss Sessions, Kyle is having an MVP caliber year at the plate and looks to avoid being a major snub casualty.

Ringler: Evan Bortmas and Austin Bischoff of the Whiteford Wicked Aces are both selected to their second consecutive Ringler Division All-Star team. They were part of the rout in last year's, and look to keep the legacy of Ringler dominance going. Bortmas is voted on as the first fielder, again, and deservingly so with various impressive offensive numbers; apparently so impressive, they eclipse his Clown Shu contending pitching numbers. Austin is also in the Shu talk and is named to the team as the relief pitcher, because Chris Paquin took the league by storm early in the season. He has had a couple rough outings in July, but the clout of, "the only pitcher to beat El Diablos twice on the season," along with his early success has earned him the starters role. His Balls teammate, David Castle, earned his fielding spot with a huge mid-season push, which saw his average nearly double and home run total climb into the double digits. Oh yeah, and David is running away with the inaugural Great Lakes Stealer award, as well. The final roster spot on Ringler is well-deserved by Jason Hewlett. He is widely considered to be the most improved player in the league, and his having a very productive season at the dish for King Friday.

One thing seems clear with this season's rosters: even though Ringler has run away with the season series between the divisions, this 2013 ASG looks like it will be much better contested than its 2012 counterpart. We will have to wait until August 10th to see for sure, but what do you put your money on? Garcia's vengeance? Ringler's dominance? Which player will have the biggest on the game? Let us hear it!