The Victoria Generals host this years Texas Collegiate League All-Star Game this Monday, and the team also has the most players of any team in the league to be selected to this year's game with 9.  The game will be split up in a north-south format with the Generals out front for the South, followed by the Arcadiana Cane Cutters and the Woodland Strykers.  Meanwhile, the North will be led by the Alexandria Aces, Brazos Valley Bombers, Texas Marshals, and East Texas Pump Jacks.

The Generals have the most All-Stars with 9, including returning all-star and the TCL's all-time hit king, Chad Kruse.  Kruse was selected to start for the South at second base.  Five different teams had an outfielder voted into the starting lineup, with only the Generals placing two.  Victoria teammates Billy Richard and Jude Vidrine will be joined in the South outfield by the Strykers' Richardo Sanchez.  Alexandria's Nathan Hale, the Pump Jacks' Tyler Sullivan, and Myles Parma from Brazos Valley comprise the starting outfield for the North. The South's reserves include catcher Eric Weiss and infielder Trace Knoblauch, both from Victoria, along with infielder Carter Burgess from The Woodlands and Acadiana's Braxton Lee in the outfield.

For more information on the 2012 TCL All-Star Game presented by the University of Houston-Victoria and to purchase tickets, visit or contact the Generals front office at (361)  485-9522.