Three Biscuits are featured on the Southern League's initial All-Star roster: designated hitter Kyeong Kang, utility infielder Omar Luna and pitcher Shane Dyer.
Luna has a .300 average with 28 RBIs and 28 runs scored, while Kang leads the Biscuits with nine home runs and also has 29 RBIs.
Dyer was 4-2 with a 2.03 ERA in eight starts before a mid-May promotion to Triple-A Durham. That came just after the cutoff for SL All-Star vote eligibility. He'll (obviously) be replaced.
The Mississippi Braves have the most players (seven) on the initial roster. The Mobile BayBears follow with six, Pensacola Blue Wahoos with five and the Jacksonville Suns with four.
The Tennessee Smokies are hosting the June 19 game.
C: Christian Bethancourt, Mississippi Braves
C: Kyle Skipworth, Jacksonville Suns
1B: Joel Guzman, Pensacola Blue Wahoos
2B: Henry Rodriguez, Pensacola Blue Wahoos
3B: Matt Davidson, Mobile BayBears
SS: Andrelton Simmons, Mississippi Braves
OF: Todd Cunningham, Mississippi Braves
OF: Marc Krauss, Mobile BayBears
OF: Ryan LaMarre, Pensacola Blue Wahoos
OF: Jake Smolinski, Jacksonville Suns
DH: Kyeong Kang, Montgomery Biscuits
UTL IF: Omar Luna, Montgomery Biscuits
UTL OF: Alfredo Marte, Mobile BayBears
P: Chase Anderson, Mobile BayBears
P: Ryan Buchter, Mississippi Braves
P: Daniel Corcino, Pensacola Blue Wahoos
P: Shane Dyer, Montgomery Biscuits
P: Sean Gilmartin, Mississippi Braves
P: Donnie Joseph, Pensacola Blue Wahoos
P: Evan Marshall, Mobile BayBears
P: Gary Moran, Mississippi Braves
P: A.J. Ramos, Jacksonville Suns
P: Evan Reed, Jacksonville Suns
P: Tyler Skaggs, Mobile BayBears
P: Zeke Spruill, Mississippi Braves