The Hotsheet (4/27 - 5/3)

Hernandez has been cruising lately

Inside The Warehouse takes a look at the past week's worth of games to see who makes the Hotsheet and who makes the Not So Hotsheet.

Hot Sheet (4/27-5/3)

#1 Arturo RivasFrederick Keys – 11 for 24 (3 doubles, 2HR, 7 RBI)

The Keys' right-fielder elevated his average to .431 by going yard twice, legging out three doubles, and driving in 7 runs.

#2 Ryan FinanFrederick Keys – 9 for 25 (6 RBI, 2 doubles)

Finan continued his recent hot streak with three multi-hit games and six runs batted in during his six-game hitting streak.

#3 Jacob DuncanFrederick Keys – 6 for 17 (7 runs scored, 7 RBI)

The left-fielder produced his most impressive offensive outburst of the season, with a 5 RBI performance in a 10-7 victory over the visiting Potomac Nationals.

#4 Pedro SilverenDelmarva Shorebirds - 7 for 20 (2 doubles, 4 runs scored)

The 22 year old third baseman continued making strides in the batters box with a 4 for 4 performance early in the week and a .350 batting average during a six-game span.

#5 Blake DavisFrederick Keys – 10 for 29 (7 runs scored, 3 doubles)

The Keys' leadoff man had three multi-hit games last week and hit .340 en route to scoring seven runs.

#6 Paco FigueroaBowie Baysox – 7 for 22 (2 stolen bases, 6 runs scored)

The Baysox' leadoff man stole his sixth and seventh bases of the season while batting .310 for the week.

#7 Chris VinyardDelmarva Shorebirds – 8 for 26 (2 HR, 9 RBI)

The 21 year old 1B/DH had three multi-hit games, belted 2 home runs and had 9 RBI in the past week.

#8 David HernandezFrederick Keys – 6.2 IP, 3 H, 9 K, 1 BB, 0 ER)

The 21 year old right-hander delivered a 6.2 inning masterpiece that included 9 strikeouts in a 7-2 victory.

#9 Brandon TrippDelmarva Shorebirds – 7 for 24 (5 runs scored, 6 RBI)

The Shorebirds' primary right-fielder homered once and knocked in six runs on his way to hitting .290 for the week.

#10 Jason Dubios – Norfolk Tides – 6 for 22 (4 doubles)

The Tides' designated OF/DH continued his successful comeback from a spring training hamstring injury by hitting doubles in three consecutive games.

The Not So Hotsheet

Fernando De Nabal – Delmarva Shorebirds - .1 IP, 4 BB

The Shorebirds' reliever walked four batters, giving up the winning run, in less than an inning of work.

Fredy DezaBowie Baysox – 1.0 IP, 3H, 2 K , 3 ER

The sometimes promising Baysox' reliever yielded three earned runs in only one inning of work in a 4-1 loss.

Eider Torres – Norfolk Tides – 3 for 19

The Tides' second baseman struggled to reach base this week and struck out five times en route to hitting only .150.

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