BINGHAMTON - It's been a great 24 hours for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies.
Last night, the Ponies doubled up the Trenton Thunder 6-3 to earn a split of that series.
Then, earlier today, five Rumble Ponies found out that they'd been selected to play in the 2018 Eastern League All-Star Classic.
Tim Tebow, Levi Michael, Nabil Crismatt, Daniel Zamora, and Patrick Mazeika were all voted on to represent Binghamton at the All-Star Classic, which will be held on July 11th in Trenton.
This is the second straight season that the Ponies have sent five players to the mid-season classic.
Last year, Binghamton saw PJ Conlon, Luis Guillorme, Tomas Nido, Corey Oswalt, and Kevin Taylor make the trip.
Tebow leads the team with 30 RBIs to go along with five home runs and a .261 average.
Michael is the clubhouse leader in homers with eight.
He also has the most doubles with 16, and total bases with 117.
Crismatt has been the Ponies most consistent starter this season.
He's 8-5 with a 3.61 ERA and 86 K's in just over 87 innings of work.
Zamora has been a big asset for the Ponies out of the pen.
He has 41 strikeouts and seven holds in 30-plus innings.
As for Mazeika, he sits one RBI behind Tebow for second on the team with 29.
He's also tied for second on the team with six homers.