The RailRiders own the International League’s best record and four players who have been huge contributors to that success were honored this morning.

Outfielders Ben Gamel and Aaron Judge, catcher Gary Sanchez and starting pitcher Chad Green were elected starters for the IL when it takes on the Pacific Coast League in the 29th annual Sonic Automotive Triple-A All-Star Game on July 13 at Charlotte’s BB&T Ballpark.

The squad is made up of 13 elected players and 17 additional players selected by the IL office. The elected players were chosen based on receiving the most votes from ballots submitted by team’s field managers and general managers (1/3), media members (1/3) and online fan voting (1/3).

The RailRiders and Buffalo, which has won eight straight and nine of its last 10, are the only IL teams who will send four all-stars to the game with former Scranton/Wilkes-Barre catcher Jesus Montero and relief pitcher Dustin Antolin elected starters. Montero was elected as a designated hitter.

Sanchez’s selection comes a day after he was chosen to represent the Yankees in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on July 10 at San Diego’s Petco Park. In 49 Triple-A games this season, he’s hitting .280 with eight home runs, 32 RBIs, 26 runs scored, an .812 OPS and a team-leading 16 doubles.

On May 13, Sanchez received his second big league promotion and served as the Yankees’ designated hitter in a 7-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox at Yankee Stadium. He went 0 for 4 and was optioned back to the RailRiders the next day.

A season after he was named the IL’s Rookie of the Year, Gamel has picked up right where he left off. In 65 games serving as the RailRiders’ primary leadoff hitter and center fielder, Gamel owns a .293 average with two homers, 29 RBIs, 12 doubles, four triples, 42 runs and 12 stolen bases. The Yankees promoted Gamel for the first time on May 5 and he appeared in five games, collecting his first major league hit on May 9 against Kansas City.

Judge, the RailRiders’ 6-foot-7, 275-pound slugger, has had a resurgent month of June after going through a slump that saw his average dip to a season-low .221 following an 0 for 3 night against Columbus on June 3. Judge is now hitting .266 and leads the RailRiders in home runs (16), RBIs (46), runs (49) and walks (35) to along with slash lines of .353/.490/.842. His 16 home runs lead the IL.

Seven of Judge’s home runs have come in his last 10 games during which he’s gone 14 for 36 with 12 runs and 12 RBIs and slashes of .389/.500/1.056/1.556. In 26 games this month, he has nine homers, 21 RBIs, 15 extra-base hits, 29 runs and 19 walks with slashes of .337/.462/.695/1.156.

Green has established himself as the RailRiders’ ace in his first season with the organization. He owns the IL’s best ERA at 1.54 and is 6-6 in 14 starts and 82 strikeouts in 81 2/3 innings. He has allowed just two home runs and 19 walks, not allowed more than three earned runs and posted 17 consecutive shutout innings.

Green, who was acquired by the Yankees along with Luis Cessa in the Justin Wilson trade in December, has appeared in two games with the Yankees this season, making his major league debut May 16 at Arizona.

The Triple-A All-Star Game takes place at 7 p.m. and will be broadcast live on MLB Network, American Forces Network, MiLB.TV and the Triple-A All-Star Game Radio Network. The IL has won three straight and six of the last seven and owns an 11-7 advantage over the PCL, which announces its team Thursday.

The winning league earns the right to have its playoff champion serve as the home team in the Triple-A National Championship Game on Sept. 20 in Memphis.