Five members of the Burlington Bees (Class A affiliate of the Angels) were named to the Midwest League's Western Division All-Star Team on Thursday.
Caleb Adams was named as one of the West's starting outfielders. Adams, the Angels' 10th-round pick in the 2014 draft, is currently fifth in the Midwest League with an impressive on-base percentage of .421. He is hitting .312 and has seven stolen bases and 21 RBI in 51 games, with and leads the Bees with an OPS of .824.
Jake Yacinich, the shortstop taken out of the University of Iowa in the 8th round of the last summer's draft, was named as a reserve infielder. Yacinich is hitting .306 and has provided spark in the lead-off spot for the Bees with a .367 on-base percentage.
Andrew Daniel, coming off a phenomenal May when he hit six home runs and drove in 26 runs, was also named to the all-star roster as a reserve infielder. The second baseman, taken by the Angels in the 11th round of the 2014 draft, leads the Bees with seven home runs and 33 RBI in 53 games.
Natanael Delgado, also coming off a hot month of May, was named as a reserve outfielder. Delgado has raised his average to .284 and he has 26 RBI.
Jeremy Rhoades was the only Bees pitcher selected to the roster. Rhoades, the Angels' fourth round pick in the 2014 draft, has struck out 61 batters and walked just 12 in 60 innings. He is 4-4 with an ERA of 3.00 in 10 starts so far this season.
The 2015 Midwest League All-Star Game will be played at Dozer Park in Peoria, IL on Tuesday, June 23.
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