The Hotsheet (5/18 - 5/24)

Torres tops the list

Inside The Warehouse takes a look through the past week's worth of minor league games. Find out who made the Hotsheet and who made the Not So Hotsheet.

The Hotsheet (5/18 – 5/24)

#1 Eider TorresNorfolk Tides – 9 for 16 (4 runs scored, HR, 2 RBI)

The Norfolk Tides' second baseman scorched the International League pitchers this week, with three multi-hit games and a .560 average.

#2 Jeff FiorentinoBowie Baysox – 10 for 23 (2 doubles, 3 triples, 6 runs scored)

The Baysox centerfielder put together another solid week at the plate with three multi-hit games, 6 runs scored and a .430 batting average.

#3 Brandon FaheyNorfolk Tides – 11 for 28 (3 doubles, 2 triples, 6 RBI)

The Tides' shortstop has struggled at the plate for most of the season, but he put together a quality week with 2 triples, three multi-hit games and an average of .390.

#4 Terry TiffeeNorfolk Tides – 10 for 27 (6 runs scored, 2 doubles, 1 homerun)

The third baseman for the Tides put together an impressive seven-game hitting streak that included three multi-hit games.

#5 Ryan FinanFrederick Keys – 9 for 25 (3HR, 4 RBI, 6 runs scored)

The Keys' first baseman showed his ability to hit the long ball during his three multi-hit games this week.

#6 Danny FigueroaBowie Baysox – 11 for 30 (2 doubles, triple, 6 runs scored)

The defensive stalwart put together one of his best weeks of the young season. His performance could finally be catching up to his tools.

#7 Tike RedmanNorfolk Tides – 9 for 25 (11 runs scored, triple)

The recently signed Redman showed Tides fans why he was last week's International League player of the week, with 11 runs scored and a .360 batting average.

#8 Miguel AbreuDelmarva Shorebirds – 8 for 24 (5 RBI, triple)

Abreu is really starting to heat up at the plate, with 5 RBI last week and hitting safely in six consecutive games.

#9 Robert AndrewsDelmarva Shorebirds – 7 for 21 (3 RBI, 4 stolen bases)

The forgotten Shorebirds' outfielder has hit safely in four of his last five games and proved to be a nuisance for opposing catchers by stealing four bases.

#10 Reid HambletDelmarva Shorebirds – 5 IP, 0 ER, 5K

The Shorebirds' reliever came out of the bullpen twice this week, picking up his third and fourth victories of the season.

The Not So Hotsheet

Stu MusslewhiteDelmarva Shorebirds – 3 for 20

The Shorebirds' infielder really struggled at the plate this week, accumulating only three hits, zero RBI and a .150 batting average.

Luis HernandezBowie Baysox – 2 for 16

The Baysox' sure-handed shortstop continued the offensive struggles that have plagued him since reaching double-A.

Victor CastilloDelmarva Shorebirds – 0 for 11

In limited action last week, the Shorebirds' catcher failed to hit safely and saw his batting average drop to .167 for the year.

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