Trey Harris- Over his past ten games, Harris hit .439 with four homers, 13 RBIs, and nine runs scored.
Justin Dean- In the last week and a half, Dean hit .342 with 10 RBIs and 12 runs scored.
Greg Cullen- Cullen hit .412 with an OBSCENE .706 OBP and scored 11 runs in his last ten.
Victor Vodnik- In his last appearance, Vodnik threw four shutout innings while issuing only one walk.
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William Contreras- Currently riding a nine-game hitting streak, Contreras is hitting .268 over his past ten games.
Hayden Deal- Deal threw six innings of one-run baseball last time out.
Troy Bacon- Bacon sizzled over two innings, earning a win and striking out five batters.
Jeffrey Ramos- Ramos is hitting .184 with seven hits in his last 38 at-bats
Izzy Wilson- Wilson is hitting .105 with two hits and 11 strikeouts in 19 at-bats
Freddy Tarnok- In his last appearance, Tarnok got the loss by throwing 5.1 innings in which he allowed eight hits and five earned runs.
Tyler Neslony- Over his past ten games, Neslony is hitting .282 with 11 hits in 19 at-bats
Kyle Muller- Muller got a win by throwing 5.2 innings of one-run baseball. He also struck out eight batters in the start.
Tucker Davidson- Davidson notched a win by throwing eight shutout innings.
Joey Wentz- Wentz got the win by dominating hitters for seven innings. He gave up zero runs and struck out five.
Jasseel De La Cruz- De La Cruz threw a no-no — going nine innings without allowing a hit or a run.
Drew Waters-Over his past ten games, Waters hit .146 with no homers and 14 strikeouts.
Cristian Pache- Pache is hitting .220 with ten strikeouts and nine hits in his last 41 at-bats
Ray-Patrick Didder- Didder continues to be a (don’t)er by hitting .071 with 11 strikeouts in 28 at-bats
Travis Demeritte- Over his past ten games, Demeritte is crushing baseballs. He hit .357 with five bombs, 11 RBIs, and ten runs scored.
Kolby Allard- Last time out, Allard notched another win by throwing six innings of one-run baseball.
Bryse Wilson- In his last appearance, Wilson got a loss, but it was his offense that let him down. He threw seven innings of two-run baseball and struck out six hitters.
Patrick Weigel- Weigel re-debuted at AAA in typical Weigel fashion. He threw four shutout innings with a pair of strikeouts.
Aj Minter- The last time he was on the bump, Minter threw a shutout inning while striking out two hitters.
Huascar Ynoa- In his last appearance, Ynoa got a win — but threw two innings and gave up two runs while walking a pair.
Kyle Wright- Wright continued to show he’s not ready to be in the majors. He threw 3.2 innings and allowed four earned runs.
Alex Jackson- Over his past ten games, Jackson hit.189 with eight strikeouts and seven hits over 37 at-bats.