The Iowa Cubs head into the All-Star break on the heels of a 5-4 loss Sunday to Colorado Springs. Despite the loss, I-Cubs Media Relations Director Scott Sailor says the first half of the season has been a good one.They’re seven games above 500, and in second place in the Pacific Coast League with a 49-42 record. Attendance has picked up after a soggy cold start.Sailor says the break is a chance for I-Cub players to get away from the diamond for awhile. Pitcher Rueben Quevedo is the only exceptions, as he’ll play in the Triple-A All-Star Game on Wednesday in Indianapolis. Sailor says the I-Cubs front office has several promotions planned for the second half of the season to keep the fans coming in.