Two other Clearwater pitchers made appearances. Tyler Knigge, a late replacement to the roster, ended up taking the loss after losing the lead. He allowed two runs - one earned - with three walks in one-third of an inning. He did not allow a hit. Austin Wright allowed two hits and struck out one in his one inning.
Cody Asche was the starter at third, going 1-for-4 with a strikeout. Starting catcher Cameron Rupp went 0-for-2 and outfielder Pete Lavin went 0-for-1.
Adam Morgan also was selected but did not play because he is on the disabled list. Asche had been selected to replace him.
The Threshers (34-29) begin the second half of the season Monday vs. visiting Dunedin.
Outfielder Jason Pridie is off to a good start in his return to baseball following a 50-game suspension for violating baseball's substance-abuse policy.
Pridie, signed by the Phillies to a minor league deal, earlier this month, was assigned to Triple A Lehigh Valley on Friday.
After an 0-for-4 start, he went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles Saturday and then had a walk-off RBI single to help the IronPigs beat Durham, 2-1, in 11 innings Sunday.
Originally a second-round pick by Tampa Bay in 2002, Pridie has spent time in the majors with Minnesota and the New York Mets. He played in 101 games for the Mets last season and hit .231 with four homers and 20 RBI.
He signed a minor league contract with Oakland last November, although he said the Phillies also showed interest. After serving the suspension, he asked the Athletics for his release last and signed with the Phillies. Before being sent to Lehigh Valley, he had played in only some extended spring games with Oakland and then a few intrasquad games in Clearwater.
"I made the decision to do what I did and got suspended," Pridie told the Easton Express Times last week. "I think it's going to help me to move forward in my career from here. It's in the past and I truly believe it's going to make me a better player."
Lakewood at break
Lakewood headed to the All-Star break on a three-game winning streak after a 6-1 win over visiting Hickory on Sunday.
The sellout crowd of 8,000 marked the first time the BlueClaws have had four consecutive crowds of 8,000 since 2002. The franchise also welcomed its 5 millionth fan Friday night.
The Claws go into the All-Star break at 26-43 and resume play Thursday in Hagerstown.
Starting pitcher Colin Kleven was the only player selected for Tuesday's All-Star Game in Charleston, S.C. He is 4-5 with a 3.80 ERA, with 57 strikeouts in 68 innings.
Rookie leagues begin
Play begins Monday for the Williamsport Crosscutters in the New York-Penn League and for the Gulf Coast Phillies in the Gulf Coast League.