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Comerica Park to host top Michigan high school baseball players in 32nd annual MHSBCA all-star game on July 1st

DETROIT - The Detroit Tigers Foundation, an affiliate of Ilitch Charities, will present the 32nd annual Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association (MHSBCA) East-West All-Star Game at Comerica Park (2100 Woodward Avenue, Detroit MI 48201) on Monday, July 1 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are available the day of the game for $10 for adults, $5 for kids. All kids dressed in their youth baseball uniforms are admitted free of charge.

The 32nd annual MHSBCA All-Star Game will feature 36 of the best graduating high school baseball players in Michigan, including four players that were selected in the 2013 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. The complete list of players chosen to participate in the MHSBCA All-Star Game, including those selected in the 2013 MLB Draft (in bold) can be found below:

Carmen Benedetti Grosse Point South
Cole Clifton DeLaSalle
J.T. Conti Trenton
Nick Deeg* Lake Orion
Connor Fannon University Liggett
Robert Griffin SH Stevenson
Hector Gutierrez Detroit Western Int'l
Ian Harrison Troy Athens
Badih Jawad Crestwood  
Billy Malak Bishop Foley
Ryan McClelland Brighton  
Connor Mohr Farmington
Travis Perkola Dakota
Maverick Prine Davison
Johnny Slater  Southfield Lathrup
Zachery Tallman Woodhaven
Chase Turner Birmingham Groves
Harrison Wenson* U of D Jesuit

*Denotes drafted by the Detroit Tigers
Brett Adcock Bay City Western
James Baer Clare
Walter Borkovich Traverse City West
Jacob Britt Tecumseh
B.J. Butler Mattawan
Corbin Clouse Grand Ledge
Pat Gaudard Gull Lake
Robert Greenman Hudsonville
Seth Johnson Gobles
Brennan Kerr Battle Creek Lakeview
Jackson Lamb  Temperance Bedford
Jake Lowery Hartland
Johnny Nate Lakeshore
Zachary Olszewski Bay City John Glenn
Tyler Palm Ogeman Heights
Daniel Pulver Mt. Pleasant
Demetrius Sims Ann Arbor Huron
Brad Vigna Jenison



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