The community, for the most part, has spoken. After weeks of polls, the community minor league All-Star roster is complete. Here are your All-Stars:
Catcher: Justin O'Conner (Double-A Montgomery)
Although he was unable to sustain his breakout at the plate, O'Conner was still able to edge out other catchers in the organization by throwing out nearly half of attempted basestealers.
First base: Jake Bauers (Class A-Advanced Charlotte and Double-A Montgomery)
Despite routinely being one of the younger players at his level, Bauers has continued to produce. His stint in the Arizona Fall League could speed up his development even more.
Second base: Kean Wong (Class A-Advanced Charlotte)
Wong struggled at the beginning and end of the season with the Stone Crabs, but in the middle months, he hit like he had his entire career prior to 2015.
Third base: Richie Shafer (Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham)
Shaffer started the season back with the Biscuits, but he quickly proved the rest of the league did not belong on the same field as him. He finished 2015 in the majors after socking dingers with the Bulls.
Shortstop: Daniel Robertson (Double-A Montgomery)
A broken hamate sidelined Robertson for a bit, but his debut with the organization was largely successful. He went to the AFL to make up for the missed plate appearances due to the injury.
Honorable mention: Michael Russell (Short-season Hudson Valley)
Left field: Joey Rickard (Class A-Advanced Charlotte, Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham)
Rickard rocketed up three levels in 2015, and he put the Rays in a position where they will have to decide if he has to be protected from the Rule 5 draft. They're surely monitoring him closely in winter ball.
Center field: Boog Powell (Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham)
Powell arrived with Robertson from Oakland in the offseason, and his advanced approach helped him finish the season a level higher than where he started.
Right field: Taylor Motter (Triple-A Durham)
Motter can do it all, playing all over the diamond while providing plenty of production at the plate. Early indications in winter ball are that the Rays want to know if he can play shortstop regularly.
Right-handed pitcher: Jacob Faria (Class A-Advanced Charlotte and Double-A Montgomery)
Previously known as a strike-thrower with pedestrian stuff, Faria exploded in 2015. He struck out 14 in his second start with Montgomery and reached double digits in two of his last three starts of the season.
Honorable mention: Spencer Moran (Rookie-level Princeton)
Left-handed pitcher: Blake Snell (Class A-Advanced Charlotte, Double-A Montgomery and Triple-A Durham)
Nearly everyone in the industry named Snell the top pitcher in the minors this season. It would have been criminal for someone else to win this poll.
Relief pitcher: Leonardo Reginatto (Double-A Montgomery and Triple A Durham)
Another poll was flooded, and since it was the last one, I'm not bothering offering a revote.
Honorable mentions: Everyone in that poll