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Photos From the 2011 New York-Penn League All Star Game

Many Tigers staff members attended the New York-Penn League All Star Game last night in Lowell.

The game was played at LeLacheur Park, home the Lowell Spinners.

Justin Sheinis, called the game on 1310 WICH as well as at www.cttigers.com,

while Bryan Barkley, the Tigers’ Director of Facilities and Turf Management, helped out on the field.

There was a pre-game autograph session for all players.

Tigers’ slugger Dean Green  batted Cleanup for the American League Team.

Green had an RBI double in the 6th inning.

Pitcher Brennan Smith hurled the second inning for the AL.

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The Tigers begin a 6 day homestand tonight with a visit from the Staten Island Yankees.  The Tigers play 2 against the McNamara Division leaders tonight.  Game 1 begins at 5:05 PM.

Pics From the Road: State College

This weekend, the Tigers visited “Happy Valley” for a 3 game series against the State College Spikes.

Medlar Field at Lubrano Park is located on the campus of Penn State University.

Built in 2006, the stadium became the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified stadium in the world.

The field is in the shadow of Beaver Stadium, home of the Penn State football team.

A packed house saw the Tigers take both games of the series.  (The game on Sunday was rained out).

Tonight, Pitcher Brennan Smith and DH/1B Dean Green will represent the Tigers at the New York-Penn League AllStar Game in Lowell.

The game can be heard on WICH 1310 or at www.cttigers.com.

2011 New York-Penn League All Star Game

The 2011 New York-Penn League will be held in Lowell, MA on August 16th.

Tigers Pitcher Brennan Smith and DH/1B Dean Green will represent the Tigers at the Game.

Smith, despite having just one win all season, has been dominant on the mound for the Tigers. His 2.38 ERA currently ranks fifth best in the league, while he has thrown one of the five complete games in the league this season. Smith has thrown 53.0 innings, which is fourth most in the league. He has just 13 walks, compared to 44 strikeouts on the year.

Green is hitting .357 on the season, with four home runs and 24 RBI, as this story hits the press. His batting average has been in the top ten of the league over the past month and Green currently sits with the second best average in the league. Green was named the Detroit Tigers Minor League Player of the Month for July, as he hit .350 with five doubles, a triple, three homers and 16 RBI during the month.

*Stats as of August 9, 2011