The Hotsheet (4/19-4/26)

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.

The Hotsheet (4/19-4/26)

#1 Brandon TrippFrederick Keys – 16 for 33 (4 doubles, 4 HR, 11 RBI)

Brandon Tripp stayed hot, batting .480 during an eight game hitting streak that included a grand slam.

#2 Terry TiffeeNorfolk Tides – 11 for 24 (2 RBI, 2 R)

In six games last week, the third baseman produced five multiple hit games and batted .450.

#3 Mike CervenakNorfolk Tides – 12 for 29 (2HR, 3 doubles, 5 RBI, 5 R)

The versatile infielder showed why he is a force to be reckoned with at the plate, en-route to three three-hit games.

#4 Cesar CrespoNorfolk Tides – 10 for 25 (2 doubles, 3 RBI, 3 R)

The outfielder hit safely in six of seven games last week and produced four multi-hit games.

#5 Blake DavisFrederick Keys – 11 for 30 (5 doubles, 1 HR, 3 RBI)

Blake Davis showed significant signs of power last week, collecting five doubles and amassing a batting average of .360.

#6 Luis Hernandez Bowie Baysox – 10 for 32 (2 doubles, 8 RBI)

The 23 year old shortstop, generally known for his defensive skills, drove in eight runs and batted .310 during a seven game span.

#7 Oscar Salazar Bowie Baysox – 11 for 30 (1 HR, 2 doubles, 6 RBI)

The third baseman collected five multi-hit games last week, while driving in six runs.

#8 Ryan Finan Frederick Keys – 6 for 19 (2 HR, 4 RBI, 1 double)

Finan was batting .080 when the week began but showed great discipline and power from the left side of the batters box during a six game stretch that saw him bat .310 with two long balls.

#9 Reid HambletBowie Baysox

The starting pitcher picked up two victories last week by allowing only 1 hit, zero earned runs and striking out four in 5.1 innings of work.

#10 Brandon Erbe Frederick Keys

The 19-year old notched his first win of the season with a very strong outing by allowing only 1 earned run and collecting seven strikeouts in six innings of work.

The Not So Hotsheet

Stu Musslewhite Delmarva Shorebirds – 3 for 24

Musslewhite, who plays all over the infield, really struggled at the plate last week, collecting only three hits and striking out over a half dozen times.

Adam SternNorfolk Tides – 4 for 25 (7 strikeouts)

The Tides' leadoff man saw his average plummet ninety points in one miserable week.

Dustin YountFrederick Keys – 1 for 14 (2 errors)

The left-handed hitting first baseman saw his struggles at the plate continue when he batted just .070 in five games last week, driving in only one run.

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