Guthrie part of MLB traveling team headed to Taiwan

Orioles right-hander Jeremy Guthrie is listed among Major League Baseball's All-Stars who will travel to Taiwan next month to play the Chinese Taipei national team in the 2011 Taiwan All-Star Series.

MLB released the current roster, which is incomplete. Only six pitchers are listed. More names will be added later.

The Taiwan All-Star Series will consist of five games played between Nov. 1-6 in three different cities - New Taipei City (XinZhuang Stadium) on Nov. 1, Taichung (Intercontinental Stadium) on Nov. 3 and 4, and Kaohsiung (Chengcing Lake Stadium) on Nov. 5 and 6.

San Francisco's Bruce Bochy will manage the MLB team.

Guthrie went 9-17 with a 4.33 ERA in 34 games for the Orioles this season. He walked 66 and struck out 130 in 208 innings.

Here's the roster:
Pitchers:
Bill Bray, Reds
Ross Detwiler, Nationals
Dillon Gee, Mets
Jeremy Guthrie, Orioles
Mark Melancon, Astros
Jose Veras, Pirates

Catchers:
Drew Butera, Twins
Jeff Mathis, Angels

Infielders:
Erick Aybar, Angels
Miguel Cabrera Tigers
Robinson Cano, Yankees
Michael Morse, Nationals
Ryan Roberts, Diamondbacks
Pablo Sandoval, Giants
Skip, Schumaker, Cardinals
Danny Valencia, Twins

Outfielders:
Emilio Bonifacio, Marlins
Curtis Granderson, Yankees
Logan Morrison, Marlins

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