The Hotsheet (5/11-5/17)
Is Val finally back?
Is Val finally back?
ITW Correspondent
Posted May 18, 2007

Val Majewski leads the way with 10 hits in the past week, while Pedro Florimon's struggles continue. Find out who else ranks on the Hotsheet and the Not So Hotsheet inside.

Hotsheet (5/11-5/17)

#1 Val Majewski – Bowie Baysox – 10 for 24 (5 RBI, double)

The Baysox outfielder showed discipline and consistency at the plate this week on his way to five multi-hit games.

#2 Blake Davis – Frederick Keys – 8 for 21 (3 doubles)

The second year shortstop continued his development at the plate, with three doubles and an week-long batting average of .380.

#3 Brandon Snyder – Delmarva Shorebirds – 6 for 17 (2 HR, 3 RBI)

The Shorebirds’ power hitting first baseman delivered two home runs this week to go with his .350 average.

#4 Ruddy Yan – Bowie Baysox – 9 for 26 (4 RBI, triple)

En route to amassing 4 multi-hit games, the sure-handed centerfielder delivered 5 runs scored, 4 RBI, 1 triple and a .340 batting average.

#5 Kennard Jones – Frederick Keys – 8 for 23 (5 runs scored, 2 doubles, 4 RBI)

The Keys’ outfielder put together a five-game hitting streak that produced a batting average of .340.

#6 Ryan Finan – Frederick Keys – 8 for 24 (5 doubles, 4 RBI)

The 24 year old first baseman showed promising power and discipline at the plate on his way to driving in four runs and batting .330.

# 7 Ryan Hubele – Bowie Baysox – 5 for 14 (2 runs, 1 double)

In just 14 at bats the Baysox catcher made the most of his opportunities at the plate this week with a .350 batting average.

# 8 Eider Torres – Norfolk Tides – 8 for 23 (4 runs, 2 RBI) The speedy second baseman scored four runs during a six-game hitting streak that saw him bat .340.

#9 Miguel Abreu – Delmarva Shorebirds – 6 for 19 (4 runs, 2 doubles, 1 HR)

The 22 year old second basemen showed power at the plate this week with two doubles, 1 home run and a .310 batting average.

#10 Robert Andrews – Delmarva Shorebirds – 5 for 16 (3 doubles)

The Shorebirds’ outfielder is hoping his recent 4-game hitting streak and .310 average are a sign of things to come.

The Not So Hotsheet

Pedro Florimon Jr. – Delmarva Shorebirds – 1 for 15

The Shorebirds’ shortstop continued his struggles at the plate this week with a .060 batting average.

Zachary Dillon – Frederick Keys – 2 for 16

The Keys’ young catcher failed to produce much offensive spark for the Carolina Northern Division leaders.

Oscar Salazar – Bowie Baysox – 3 for 20

The usually consistent third baseman had an off week; producing only 3 hits and 1 RBI.

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