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ProHogs Update: Hey Now, You’re an All-Star

Dallas Keuchel an all-star, but won’t take part in the mid-summer classic.

Houston Astros v Miami Marlins Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images

Wondering where your favorite former Razorbacks are and what they’re doing in the pros? No worries, we’re here to help find all the important info from #ProHogs across the globe here.

Starting with Dallas Keuchel, who has had a fantastic year for the Houston Astros. He hasn’t pitched since June and recently had a successful bullpen session. His 9-0 record in just 11 starts was enough to have him named to the AL All-Star team, despite him not playing in the actual game. The Astros are rolling and will only be stronger once he comes back.

Elsewhere in the Major Leagues, Andrew Benintendi is hitting .279 for the Red Sox and has 51 RBIs. Despite what the Red Sox call him, “Benny Baseball” is one of the more exciting young players in the league.

Logan Forsythe is playing for the red-hot Los Angeles Dodgers, and plays fairly regularly. He’s hitting .249 and has four RBI’s in his last four games.

In the minors, Brian Anderson was a part of the Futures Game and got a couple of hits to help Team USA to a victory.

Moving from the diamond to the hardwood. Moses Kingsley has been a part of the Minnesota Timberwolves summer league team. We talked about his signing earlier, unfortunately he hasn’t gotten much time to show his abilities in game situations.

Dusty Hannahs signed with a team in Poland, but before heading overseas he got some games in at a league with Bobby Portis in the Little Rock era. He even got a dunk off! It was a moment so big Daryl Macon was disappointed to not be there to witness it.