Former TinCaps Rea, Turner Selected To Futures Game

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Two former TinCaps will suit up in this season’s SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on Sunday, July 12, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

Pitcher Collin Rea and shortstop Trae Turner will both play for the U.S. Team.

Rea was in Fort Wayne’s rotation in 2012. He went 5-10 with a 4.11 ERA. Rea tallied 80 strikeouts in 103 innings. He also made 16 appearances, mainly out of the bullpen, for the TinCaps in 2013.

Turner played the second half of the 2014 season with the TinCaps after being selected in the first round that summer out of N.C. State. He hit .369 for the TinCaps with four home runs and 14 stolen bases.

Rea is currently pitching for the Padres Double-A team in San Antonio, while Turner has split this season between San Antonio and Harrisburg after being traded to Washington Nationals organization.

U.S. Team
Mark Appel, Astros
Tyler Beede, Giants
Zach Davies, Orioles
Carl Edwards Jr., Cubs
Amir Garrett, Reds
Lucas Giolito, Nationals
Sean Newcomb, Angels
Aaron Nola, Phillies
Colin Rea, Padres
Blake Snell, Rays

Kyle Farmer, Dodgers
Kyle Schwarber, Cubs

Josh Bell, Pirates
J.P. Crawford, Phillies
Tony Kemp, Astros
Matt Olson, Athletics
Richie Shaffer, Rays
Trevor Story, Rockies
Trea Turner, Nationals

Michael Conforto, Mets
Aaron Judge, Yankees
Brandon Nimmo, Mets
Kyle Waldrop, Reds
Nick Williams, Rangers
Bradley Zimmer, Indians

World Team
Jose Berrios, Twins
Edwin Diaz, Mariners
Jarlin Garcia, Marlins
Juan Gonzalez, Dodgers
Wei-Chieh Huang, Diamondbacks
Joe Jimenez, Tigers
Jairo Labourt, Blue Jays
Keury Mella, Giants
Frankie Montas, White Sox
Alex Reyes, Cardinals

Elias Diaz, Pirates
Gary Sanchez, Yankees

Ozhaino Albies, Braves
Orlando Arcia, Brewers
Cheslor Cuthbert, Royals
Rafael Devers, Red Sox
Max Kepler, Twins
Ketel Marte, Mariners
Raul Adalberto Mondesi, Royals
Renato Nunez, Athletics

Socrates Brito, Diamondbacks
Nomar Mazara, Rangers
Manuel Margot, Red Sox
Raimel Tapia, Rockies
Yorman Rodriguez, Reds

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