Five of the six TinCaps on the East All-Star roster played in the Midwest League All-Star game, which the East won 6-2.
Jerry Sullivan pitched a scoreless first to earn the win. He struck out two batters and allowed two hits.
"I just try to throw the pitch (catcher Chun-Hsiu) Chen was calling and it worked out," Sullivan said.
Center fielder Danny Payne played the entire game. He went 1 for 4 with a double and one RBI.
"I was happy to get on board with a hit," Payne said. "Everybody else was getting one, so I didn't want to get left out."
Nate Freiman went 1 for 3. He nearly hit a grand slam, with the ball curving just foul down the third-base line. He singled in his last at-bat in the fifth.
"It doesn't count, but you still want to go up there and have some good at-bats," Freiman said. "The third at-bat, I was just up there ready to swing and got a pitch to hit."
Second baseman Jeudy Valdez entered in the fifth. He went hitless in two at-bats.
Miles Mikolas retired the only batter he faced. Nick Schumacher warmed up in the ninth, but did not enter the game.