Twins prospect Trevor May added to U.S. Team for All-Star Futures Game
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It looks like Twins fans will get to see Trevor May at Target Field after all.
May, having a strong season for Triple-A Rochester, has been added to the All-Star Futures Game, according to the latest roster posted on MLB.com.
May will replace Marco Gonzales on the U.S. Team, because the Cardinals prospects is scheduled to make his Major League debut Wednesday.
May, a 24-year-old righthander, is 8-4 with a 2.94 ERA in 14 starts at Triple-A Rochester this season, and looks primed for a promotion. He has 81 strikeouts in 79 2/3 innings, compared to 31 walks (2.6 K/BB). Opponents are hitting .203 off May this season.
First baseman/DH Kennys Vargas and righthanded starter J.O. Berrios are scheduled to play on the World Team.
Honored to be included in the Futures Game this year! Proud to represent the Twins and USA!— Trevor MAyZR (@Trevmay54) June 25, 2014