Florida State League All Star Game Open Thread

ANAHEIM CA - JULY 11: World Futures All-Star Hak-Ju Lee #31 of the Chicago Cubs throws the ball during the 2010 XM All-Star Futures Game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on July 11 2010 in Anaheim California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

I'm in the box for the FSL All-Star League game today. The Charlotte Stone Crabs have a strong presence here with six players represented. 

Alex Colome: 4-4, 4.46 ERA, 70.2 IP, 62K

Josh Satow: 3-3, 5 SV, 2.12 ERA, 29.2 IP, 29K

Tyler Bortnick: .304/.428/.445, 3 HR, 40 RBI, 19 SB

Hak-Ju Lee: .356/.431/.489, 2 HR, 15 RBI, 20 SB

Greg Sexton: .302/.370/.420, 2 HR, 55 RBI, 0 SB

Brett Nommensen: .289/.404/.418, 3 HR, 33 RBI, 16 SB

The main attraction for Rays fans will obviously be Hak-Ju Lee, and to a lesser extend Alex Colome. Lee has been killing the FSL since coming over from the Cubs in the Garza trade. He'll be starting at shortstop today, and Nommensen will be starting in right. 

For those in the Tampa Bay area the game will be on Brighthouse Sports Network.

If you have any prospect talk you want to get out of your system go ahead and let it fly in the comments. I'll be updating this post with my observations as the game goes on. 

Update: Lee got called out looking in his fourth at bat and kind of jawed at the umpire after. 

Update: The Stone Crabs are taking over the game at the moment. Josh Satow, while not a prospect, looked good in his inning of work.

Update: Lee's third at bat ends like his first, a fly out to third. Our man hasn't put up much at the plate tonight, but his fielding has been excellent.

Update: Colome allowed a double, but looked pretty sharp against the other batters he faced, striking out one.

Update: Alex Colome in to pitch for the South.

Update: Lee showing good patience to work the count to 3-1 in his second at bat, but grounds out to short.

Update: Lee nearly made an amazing diving grab. Just getting over there to nearly get it was impressive. Kid has range.

Update: Hak-Ju Lee flied out to left in his first at bat. It looked like it could have fallen for a bloop single but they were playing him very shallow.

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