Those four players are top prospect Julio Teheran, who is the youngest International League all-star this season, designated hitter Stefan Gartrell, outfielder Jose Constanza, and first baseman Mauro Gomez.
Teheran and Gartrell were elected by votes from club's managers and general managers, members of the media, and online voting from fans. Constanza and Gomez were selected by the International League office.
Teheran has twice been named the International League pitcher of the week this season, and earned his all-star bid by going 8-1 with a 1.79 ERA in 13 starts for Gwinnett.
Gartrell is hitting .272 with Gwinnett and has clubbed 15 homers on the season while Constanza is hitting .344 and has recorded 18 steals on the year and will be making his second straight all-star game trip.
Gomez is hitting .291 on the season with 13 homers and 20 doubles.
Gwinnett Braves trainer Mike Graus was also selected for the game as part of the staff.