Three RedHawks nominated for the American Association All-Star Game – InForum

Three RedHawks nominated for the American Association All-Star Game – InForum

FARGO – The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks will field at least three representatives in the American Association of Professional Baseball All-Star Game on Tuesday, July 23, in Kansas City, Kansas.

Jake Dykhoff, Davis Feldman and Ismael Alcantara were named to the West Division All-Star squad by the AAPB on Tuesday.


Jake Dykhoff of the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks checks the Winnipeg Goldeyes runner at first base during their game, Tuesday, May 16, 2023, in Fargo.

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Heading into Tuesday’s home opener against Sioux City, Dykhoff, 25, leads the RedHawks with a 1.48 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in 30.1 innings pitched. The second-year pro and former Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagle has struck out 33 batters and allowed 11 walks as a reliever in 2024 after starting all 14 appearances for Fargo-Moorhead in 2023.

Feldman, 26, was Fargo-Moorhead’s opening day starter and has commanded the team’s starting lineup since then. His 2.54 ERA is fourth-best among qualified AAPB pitchers and the Eastern Michigan product has held opponents to a .236 average while posting a 6-1 record to start the season.


Davis Feldman of the RedHawks throws for the Lake Country Dockhounds on Thursday, June 20, 2024, at Newman Outdoor Field.

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Alcantara, 25, is the RedHawks’ best player and the league’s second-best player with a .348 batting average. The outfielder’s 36 stolen bases are 13 more than the league’s second-leading base stealer, even though Alcantara has played in 11 fewer games. He is on pace to break the RedHawks’ single-season record of 47 stolen bases.

FM starter Tyler Grauer has been nominated as a candidate for the AAPB’s “Last Man In” race; voting is now open on the American Association’s website.

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