After the Midwest League postseason awards were announced yesterday, I wrote about the two major winners, Beloit Snappers 3B Miguel Sano (Prospect of the Year) and former Lansing Lugnuts OF Kevin Pillar (Most Valuable Player), as well as Lugnuts skipper John Tamargo, Jr. (Manager of the Year). You can read that post here.
Of course, Sano and Pillar also were named to the Midwest League Postseason All-Star Team. Other members of the team (and their 2012 MWL statistics as of this morning) are:
Fort Wayne TinCaps C Austin Hedges (.275, 10 HR, 51 RBI, 14 SB, .988 fielding percentage in 93 games)
Bowling Green Hot Rods 1B Cameron Seitzer (.304, 4 HR, 50 RBI in 114 games)
Bowling Green Hot Rods 2B Ryan Brett* (.285, 6 HR, 35 RBI, 48 SB in 100 games)
Lake County Captains SS Francisco Lindor (.256, 6 HR, 42 RBI, 27 SB in 118 games)
Quad Cities River Bandits OF Anthony Garcia (.280, 19 HR, 74 RBI in 109 games)
Bowling Green Hot Rods OF Drew Vettleson (.283, 15 HR, 69 RBI, 19 SB in 127 games)
Quad Cities River Bandits DH Colin Walsh (.316, 16 HR, 67 RBI in 92 games)
Fort Wayne TinCaps RH SP Adys Portillo (6-6, 1.87 ERA, 81 Ks in 91.2 IP/18 starts)
Lansing Lugnuts LH SP Justin Nicolino (10-4, 2.41 ERA, 114 Ks in 119.1 IP/21 starts)
Lansing Lugnuts RH RP Ajay Meyer (3-3, 3.83 ERA, 32 saves, 56 Ks in 54 IP)
Beloit Snappers LH RP Corey Williams (4-4, 3.58 ERA, 16 saves, 64 Ks in 60.1 IP)
* Ryan Brett is one of four Bowling Green Hot Rods players recently suspended for 50 games after testing positive for methamphetamine and an amphetamine. Brett’s agent released a statement asserting that his client’s positive test was a result of taking adderall, a common form of medication for attention deficit disorder, and that Brett believed he was taking a energy pill.