The Hotsheet (8/3 - 8/9)

Nolan Reimold picks up where he left off, teaming with Jeff Fiorentino to form a productive outfield for the Baysox this week. Meanwhile, J.R. House has an uncharacteristic rough patch. See who else makes the Hotsheet inside.

The Hotsheet (8/3 – 8/9)

#1 Oscar SalazarBowie Baysox – 9 for 21 (10 RBI, 3 HR, 2 2B, 6 runs scored)

The Baysox third baseman enjoyed an offensive explosion this week en route to knocking in ten runs, belting three home runs and sported an impressive .428 average in just six games played.

#2 Nolan Reimold Bowie Baysox – 9 for 26 (3 HR, 7 RBI, 2 2B, 3 runs scored)

The Bowling Green product has been a force to be reckoned with at the plate over his last ten games with a .333 batting average and has hit safely in seven of his last ten games.

#3 Brent Krause – Frederick Keys – 10 for 20 (4 RBI, HR, 3 2B, 5 runs scored)

Krause, who has only been with the team for eighteen games, has really been making his presence felt at the plate. Last week the outfielder produced four multi-hit games and has a .333 average over his last ten games.

#4 Luis Montanez Bowie Baysox – 8 for 26 (5 RBI, HR, 7 runs scored)

Recently recalled from Triple-A Norfolk, the outfielder has adjusted to his new atmosphere quite well and has had at least one hit in his eight games with the Baysox.

#5 Brandon Tripp Delmarva Shorebirds – 5 for 14 (5 RBI, 2 3B, 4 runs scored)

Tripp bounced back from a miserable week with a handful of solid performances. His five runs batted in on the week moved him into second on the team in the category and improved his overall average to .291 for the season.

#6 Mark FleisherFrederick Keys – 5 for 19 (5 RBI, 3 HR, 5 RBI)

The young outfielder and Radford University product has been making the weekly Hotsheet a regularly stop for him. This week he displayed great power at the plate with three long balls and now has eight RBI in his last ten games.

#7 Craig Anderson Norfolk Tides – 7 IP, 7 H, 0 ER, 5 K

The Tides southpaw has lasted at least seven innings in his last four starts and this week was no exception. Anderson yielded zero earned runs in seven innings of work and improved his record to 6-2 on the year with a 2.78 ERA.

#8 Jeff FiorentinoBowie Baysox – 6 for 22 (5 RBI, HR, 2B, 5 runs scored)

The Baysox outfielder has been consistent at the plate in hitting safely in seven of his last eight games and carries a .286 batting average over his last ten games.

#9 Ruddy YanBowie Baysox – 9 for 18 (2B, RBI, 4 runs scored)

The Dominican native put together an impressive week that included three multi-hit games and a .500 batting average.

#10 Billy RowellDelmarva Shorebirds – 8 for 24 (2 RBI, 2 2B, 2 runs scored)

The New Jersey native has continued to remain steady at the plate this season and now sports a .278 batting average for the season.

The Not So Hotsheet

Bryan Bass Bowie Baysox – 1 for 22

After landing himself on the weekly Hotsheet a couple of times, the sure-handed third baseman failed to contribute offensively this week and managed only one hit.

JR House – Norfolk Tides – 1 for 16

On the cusp of a long overdue call up by the Orioles, the Tides C/DH/1B failed to produce his usual Hotsheet credentials this week and accumulated only one hit.

David CashDelmarva Shorebirds – 1 for 10

A .246 hitter on the season continues to struggle at the plate this season and is now batting .179 over his last ten games with eleven strikeouts.

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