Six Fisher Cats are all-stars

New Hampshire Fisher Cats, most in the league, were voted to the Eastern League Season Ending All-Star Team.

Infielders Cavan Biggio, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette, pitcher Jordan Romano and outfielders Jonathan Davis and Harold Ramirez were voted to th eteam by the league’s managers, media members, and media relations personnel.

Biggio, who has played first, second and third base, leads the league with 26 home runs, 94 walks, a .932 OPS, and ranks second with 93 RBIs.

Third baseman Guerrero Jr., the top prospect in baseball, electrified the Eastern League in a 61-game offensive clinic, hitting .402 with 14 home runs and 60 RBIs.

Shortstop Bichette, the reigning minor-league batting champ (.362), leads the Eastern League with a Fisher Cats record 38 doubles, and tops the circuit with 137 hits, 85 runs and 31 stolen bases.

Center fielder Davis enjoyed a breakout season in his second year with the Fisher Cats, hitting .302 with 5 homers, 33 RBIs, 19 stolen bases and 68 runs in 78 games.

Ramirez, acquired by the Blue Jays from the Pittsburgh Pirates in a 2016 trade deadline deal, ranks second in the league with a .310 average, and has a chance to set the Fisher Cats single-season record (Travis d’Arnaud, .311 in 2011).

Romano started the All-Star Game for the Eastern Division after opening the year 9-0 with a 2.04 ERA in his first 10 starts. Romano earned a brief promotion to Triple-A Buffalo for a start on May 27, picking up the win thanks to five strong innings.