Pitcher Dylan Floro, catcher Luke Maile and outfielder Andrew Toles from the Bowling Green Hot Rods made the Midwest League's end-of-season All-Star team.
Floro is a combined 11-2 with a 1.78 ERA between the Hot Rods and high-Class A Charlotte Stone Crabs, for whom he's scheduled to start tonight. His ERA is the best in the Tampa Bay organization.
The right-hander was 9-2 with a 1.81 ERA for Bowling Green and he still leads the Midwest League in ERA, though his 109 1/3 innings won't qualify him for the league title. Floro was promoted from Bowling Green to Charlotte on Aug. 10.
Toles has a .327 average, which is the best in the Midwest League and highest among full-season Rays minor leaguers, and has scored 77 times in 119 games. He also leads the organization with 62 steals, 24 ahead of Bowling Green teammate Tommy Coyle.
Maile is hitting .283 in 95 games with 49 RBIs and 45 runs scored.