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Indians slugger Edwin Encarnacion named recent AL Player of the Week

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Edwin Encarnacion running bases 2017 photo By Keith Allison - Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Designated hitter/first baseman Edwin Encarnacion of the Cleveland Indians has been named the American League Player of the Week presented by W.B. Mason for the period ending June 3rd.

In recognition of his American League Player of the Week Award, Edwin Encarnacion will be awarded a watch courtesy of Rockwell.

Encarnacion batted .407 (11-for-27) with nine runs scored, two doubles, five home runs and 13 RBI over seven games played to earn his sixth career Player of the Week Award, previously winning for the week ending August 30, 2015 as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. Among qualified AL leaders, Edwin finished the period first in home runs, extra-base hits (7), RBI, total bases (28) and slugging percentage (1.037); tied for first in runs scored; tied for fourth in hits; and tied for sixth in batting average. This is Cleveland’s third weekly award of the 2018 season, and the first since Edwin’s All-Star teammate Francisco Lindor earned consecutive weekly honors for the periods ending May 7th and May 14th.

On May 28th against the Chicago White Sox at Progressive Field, Encarnacion went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, a double, one home run and four RBI to propel the Indians to a 9-6 victory. During Cleveland’s six-game winning streak from May 26th-31st, the Dominican Republic native notched six extra-base hits and nine RBI to lead an offense that scored at least seven runs in each contest. In his final game of the week on Sunday against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field, the three-time All-Star went 2-for-4 with his third multi-homer game of the season and four RBI. It was the slugger’s first multi-home run game since his three-homer and six-RBI outing on May 2nd against the Texas Rangers. The performance capped off a four-game weekend series in which he clubbed three round-trippers (also June 1st) against the Twins. With 15 career homers at Target Field, the 14-year veteran has now hit the most home runs at the Minnesota ballpark of any visiting player in the Majors. In addition, the strong effort extended his current season-high 10-game hitting streak dating back to May 25th. Over the course of his hot stretch, the 35-year-old has batted .425 (17-for-40) with 14 runs scored, three doubles, six home runs and 15 RBI to lead the Tribe to a 6-4 record. Encarnacion has logged six multi-hit efforts during the streak, increasing his batting average by 44 points, and enters play today with a .246/.317/.517 slash line with 30 runs scored, seven doubles, 16 homers and 40 RBI on the season.

Minnesota outfielder Eddie Rosario (.433, 6 R, 4 HR, 11 RBI) also delivered a strong week at the plate. On Sunday against the Indians, Rosario logged the 11th three-home run game in Club history, and the first since his teammate Byron Buxton last season on August 27th. The Puerto Rico native became the first player in team history to log a pair of such games (also June 13, 2017). Other noteworthy performances last week included third baseman Nicholas Castellanos (.419, 13 H, 5 2B, 4 RBI) of the Detroit Tigers; outfielder Andrew Benintendi (.379, 7 R, 6 XBH, 8 RBI) of the Boston Red Sox; starting pitcher Marco Gonzales (2-0, 0.68 ERA, 13.1 IP, 10 SO) of the Seattle Mariners; second baseman Ian Kinsler (.429, 6 R, 6 XBH, 6 RBI) of the Los Angeles Angels; and starter Blake Snell (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 11.2 IP, 19 SO) of the Tampa Bay Rays.

 

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Matt Kemp playing well in second stint with Dodgers; named recent NL Player of the Week

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Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp has been named the National League Player of the Week presented by W.B. Mason for the period ending June 3rd.

Other noteworthy performances last week included All-Star first baseman Eric Hosmer (.519, 4 R, 14 H, 5 RBI) of the San Diego Padres; All-Star starting pitcher Jacob deGrom (2 GS, 1.29 ERA, 14.0 IP, 21 SO) of the New York Mets; shortstop Ketel Marte (.421, 7 R, 7 XBH, 6 RBI) of the Arizona Diamondbacks; starter Michael Wacha (2-0, 0.61 ERA, 14.2 IP, 11 SO) of the St. Louis Cardinals; starter Mike Foltynewicz (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 CG SHO, 11 SO) of the Atlanta Braves; All-Star pitcher Max Scherzer (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 8.0 IP, 12 SO) of the Washington Nationals; and Kemp’s teammate Yasiel Puig (.455, 8 R, 10 H, 4 XBH).

In recognition of his National League Player of the Week Award, Matt Kemp will be awarded a watch courtesy of Rockwell.

Kemp hit .429 (9-for-21) with six runs scored, two doubles, three home runs and eight RBI across seven games played to claim his sixth career NL Player of the Week Award, previously winning for the period ending August 3, 2014. Among his NL counterparts, Matt finished his strong week tied for first in home runs and RBI; second in slugging percentage (.952); tied for third in total bases (20); tied for fourth in batting average; and tied for fifth in runs scored and extra-base hits (5). This is the Dodgers’ first Player of the Week Award since Matt’s All-Star teammate Clayton Kershaw took home weekly honors last season for the week ending July 9th.

On Wednesday against the Philadelphia Phillies at Dodger Stadium, Kemp recorded his team-leading 16th multi-hit game with a double, one home run and a season-high four RBI to propel the Dodgers to an 8-2 victory. The performance capped off a six-game hitting streak dating back to May 25th, in which the two-time All-Star batted .476 (10-for-21) with four runs scored, a pair of doubles, two home runs and eight RBI. In Saturday’s tilt against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field, the 33-year-old went 2-for-3 with two runs scored, a home run and two RBI as the Dodgers tallied 12 runs. The round-tripper was his second in as many games, accomplishing the feat for the second time this season (also April 16th-17th). In addition, the home run was Kemp’s 191st as a Dodger, which ranks eighth in franchise history and just one homer shy of tying Carl Furillo for seventh on the Club’s all-time list. The two-time Gold Glove Award winner is six RBI behind his former teammate Andre Ethier for 13th in team history, and is three doubles shy of Babe Herman for 14th in Dodgers history. Entering play today, the veteran outfielder paces the NL in batting average with a .344 (62-for-180) mark on the season to go along with 23 runs scored, 14 doubles, nine home runs and 33 RBI.

 

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Yankees’ Torres, Pirates’ Meadows earn MLB Rookies of the Month for May

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New York Yankees second baseman Gleyber Torres has been voted American League Rookie of the Month for May, and Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Austin Meadows has been voted National League Rookie of the Month for the second month of the 2018 season.

Starting pitcher/designated hitter Shohei Ohtani (2-0, 2.16 ERA, 31 SO; 8 XBH, 9 R) of the Los Angeles Angels also received votes for AL Rookie of the Month after his strong period of May.

Starting pitcher Walker Buehler (2-1, 2.32 ERA, 31.0 IP, 37 SO) of the Los Angeles Dodgers also posted a deserving month. On May 4th against the San Diego Padres at Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey in Mexico, Buehler led a quartet of pitchers, including Tony Cingrani, Yimi García and Adam Liberatore to throw the first combined no-hitter in Dodgers franchise history, and the 12th in Major League history. In addition, Buehler became the first hurler age 23-or-younger in Dodgers history, and the 11th overall since 1908, to register at least 31.0 innings pitched and 37 strikeouts with five-or-fewer walks in a single calendar month. New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard was the last to accomplish the feat, doing so in May during his All-Star 2016 campaign. Others receiving votes for NL Rookie of the Month included Seranthony Dominguez (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 15 SO, 0 BB) of the Philadelphia Phillies; outfielder Harrison Bader (.310, 12 R, 4 HR, 7 RBI) and shortstop Yairo Muñoz (.424, 14 H, 2 HR, 9 RBI) of the St. Louis Cardinals; third baseman Brian Anderson (.308, 17 R, 33 H, 7 2B) and starting pitcher Caleb Smith (3-2, 2.60 ERA, 27.2 IP, 28 SO) of the Miami Marlins; and relief pitcher Dan Winkler (1-0, 0.00 ERA, 10.1 IP, 15 SO) of the Atlanta Braves.

In recognition of their Rookie of the Month Awards, Gleyber Torres and Austin Meadows will each receive a specially designed trophy, suitably engraved, for their accomplishments.

In 24 games as the Yankees second baseman, Torres posted a slash line of .317/.374/.659 with 13 runs scored, 26 hits, a double, nine home runs, 24 RBI and six walks to claim his first monthly honor. With a minimum of 30 at-bats, Gleyber finished his strong month among AL rookies first in home runs, RBI and slugging percentage; tied for first in extra-base hits (10); second in hits and batting average; third in on-base percentage; and tied for third in runs scored. The right-handed-hitting slugger is the first Yankee to take home monthly rookie honors since his All-Star teammate Aaron Judge last season for the month of September.

Torres began his award-winning month of May with a nine-game hitting streak from May 2nd-11th. Over the course of his hot stretch at the plate, the young middle infielder hit .400 (12-for-30) with six runs scored, three home runs and 10 RBI. Torres became the youngest player in Yankees lore to record a nine-game hitting streak since Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle, who notched a 10-game hitting streak from June 24-July 3, 1952 at 20 years and 257 days old. On May 25th against the Los Angeles Angels at Yankee Stadium, Torres, who earned AL Player of the Week honors for the period ending May 27th, went 2-for-3 with his ninth home run on the season. The Venezuelan native homered in his fourth consecutive game, becoming the youngest player in AL history to accomplish the feat. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, at 21 years and 163 days old, Torres became the fourth-youngest player since 1900 to homer in four straight games, older than just Miguel Cabrera in 2004 (20 years, 262 days), Andruw Jones in 1998 (21, 139) and Albert Pujols in 2001 (21, 147). The four-game streak began in grand fashion on May 21st after Gleyber logged the first multi-homer game of his career. At 21 years and 159 days, the right-handed-hitting rookie became the second-youngest player in franchise history to post a multi-homer game, behind Mantle, who clubbed a pair of homers on August 11, 1952 when he was 20 years and 296 days old. Torres, who was acquired by the Yankees in the 2016 trade for Aroldis Chapman, is the youngest Yankee to ever blast nine round-trippers in his first 28 career games.

Meadows batter .409 (18-for-44) with nine runs scored, three doubles, a triple, four home runs, seven RBI and three stolen bases across 13 games played to earn his first monthly award. Among NL rookie hitters with at least 25 at-bats, Meadows finished his awardwinning month first in slugging percentage (.795); tied for first in home runs and extra-base hits (8); second in batting average and onbase percentage (.426); tied for fourth in runs scored; and tied for fifth in hits, doubles and RBI. Austin is the first Pirates player to claim the NL Rookie of the Month Award since Jung Ho Kang in July 2015.

Meadows began his big league career with multi-hit games in five of his first seven contests, including his first game as a Major Leaguer on May 18th against the San Diego Padres. During a three-game stretch from May 23rd-25th, the ninth overall selection in the 2013 MLB Draft hit .500 (7-for-14) with four runs scored, two doubles, a triple, one home run and two RBI. In addition, the contest on May 25th capped off a streak of five consecutive games in which the young outfielder scored a run. On May 29th against the Chicago Cubs at PNC Park, Meadows went 3-for-5 with two runs scored, a double and one home run. With the performance, the Georgia native batted .439 (18-for-41) with three doubles, a triple, four home runs, seven RBI and three stolen bases over the course of his first 11 Major League games. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the 23-year-old became the fifth player in the Majors since 1961 to bat .400 with at least four round-trippers in his first 40 at-bats, joining Pujols, Jeff Francoeur, Brian Giles and Yasiel Puig.

 

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A’s Treinen, Padres Hand honored as MLB Relievers of the Month for May

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Blake Treinen (courtesy MLBpressbox.com)

Brad Hand throwing to the plate 2016 photo By Keith Allison on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Oakland Athletics closer Blake Treinen has been voted May’s American League Reliever of the Month Presented by The Hartford, and San Diego Padres closer Brad Hand has been voted the National League Reliever of the Month Presented by The Hartford for the second month of the 2018 season.

The American League Reliever of the Month presented by The Hartford, Blake Treinen, and the National League Reliever of the Month presented by The Hartford, Brad Hand, will each receive a specially designed plaque, suitably engraved, for their accomplishments. The Hartford, the Official Business Insurance & Employee Benefits Sponsor of MLB, has presented baseball’s annual Relievers of the Year Awards since 2015. The Hartford Presents the 2018 Relievers of the Year, named in honor of Mariano Rivera (American League) and Trevor Hoffman (National League), will again be presented during the World Series.

Treinen pitched in 14 games for the Athletics in May, registering a save in each of his 10 opportunities to go along with 19 strikeouts. Over 15.1 innings of work, the right-handed pitcher issued five free passes, while surrendering eight hits and not giving up a home run. During an impressive four-game stretch from May 18th24th, the Wichita, Kansas native logged multi-strikeout outings in each appearance, while permitting just one hit and two walks to help lead Oakland to a 3-1 record. Over the course of his award-winning month, the South Dakota State University product delivered at least one strikeout in all but four of his 14 outings. With his final save of the month on May 31st against the Tampa Bay Rays, Treinen matched Hall of Famer Dennis Eckersley (1992) for the Club record for saves in the month of May. Overall, the 29-year-old became just the fourth relief pitcher in franchise history to tally at least 10 saves in a calendar month, joining Huston Street (June 2006), Billy Koch (August 2002) and Eckersley (May 1992 and August 1989). In addition, Treinen is the first reliever in team history to notch 10 saves with 19 strikeouts in one month. Across the Majors this season, only AllStar Craig Kimbrel (May), NL Reliever of the Month presented by the Hartford Brad Hand (May) and April’s AL Reliever of the Month presented by the Hartford Edwin Díaz have posted such months. Over the course of his dominant month on the mound, Oakland’s seventh round selection in the 2011 MLB Draft was called upon to record more than three outs in four appearances. Treinen enters play today in the midst of a career year, compiling a 2-1 record to go along with 33 strikeouts, eight walks and a 0.99 ERA across 27.1 innings pitched and 22 appearances.

Others receiving votes for AL Reliever of the Month included Joe Kelly (3-0, 0.63 ERA, 14.1 IP, 17 SO) of the Boston Red Sox; Ryan Yarbrough (2-0, 1.88 ERA, 24.0 IP, 25 SO) of the Rays; Warwick Saupold (3-1, 1.84 ERA, 15 G, 14.2 IP) of the Detroit Tigers; Alex Colomé (12 G, 1.54 ERA, 7 SV, 12 SO) of the Seattle Mariners; Alex Claudio (4-1, 1.17 ERA, 15.1 IP) of the Texas Rangers; and Boston’s Kimbrel (14 G, 11 SV, 3.38 ERA, 19 SO).

Hand appeared in 13 games for the Padres, converting each of his 11 save opportunities. Across 14.2 innings pitched, the left-handed pitcher recorded 22 strikeouts, seven walks and a 0.61 ERA, while permitting just one home run and six hits to claim his second career NL Reliever of the Month Award, previously winning last season for the month of July. In his final appearance in the month of May on Thursday night against the Miami Marlins, the 28-year-old recorded his 17th save of the season and his 11th in the month of May. Hand became just the fourth relief pitcher in franchise history to tally 11 saves in a single month, joining Kimbrel (July 2015), Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman (May 2007, September 2006, May 2005, July 2004, July 1998) and Mark Davis (September 1989, April 1989). Additionally, he is the first reliever in team history to record that many saves with more than 20 strikeouts. During a sevengame stretch from May 5th-18th, the 2017 NL All-Star recorded at least two strikeouts in each outing, while registering three punchouts in a pair of appearances from May 5th-6th. Hand joined Milwaukee Brewers reliever Josh Hader and Washington Nationals closer Sean Doolittle as the only relievers to post a streak of at least seven appearances this season. Entering play today, the eight-year-veteran ranks second in the NL in saves (17) to go along with a 1.91 ERA and 43 strikeouts across 26 appearances.

Others receiving votes for NL Reliever of the Month included last month’s NL Reliever of the Month presented by the Hartford Hader (2-0, 1.20 ERA, 15.0 IP, 27 SO) and Jeremy Jeffress (3-0, 0.60 ERA, 3 SV, 13 SO) of the Milwaukee Brewers; Seranthony Dominguez (1- 0, 0.00 ERA, 15 SO, 0 BB) of the Philadelphia Phillies; All-Star Kenley Jansen (14 G, 9 SV, 0.60 ERA, 16 SO) of the Los Angeles Dodgers; Adam Ottavino (12 G, 1.46 ERA, 1 SV, 15 SO) of the Colorado Rockies; Seth Lugo (11 G, 1.47 ERA, 18.1 IP, 21 SO) of the New York Mets; and Washington’s Doolittle (2-1, 1.46 ERA, 8 SV, 16 SO).

 

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Nationals’ Scherzer, Astros’ Verlander named MLB Pitchers of the Month for May

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Max Scherzer throwing to first base 2015 photo By Keith Allison on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Justin Verlander (courtesy MLBpressbox.com)

For the second consecutive month, Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer has been voted National League Pitcher of the Month for his efforts in May, and Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander has been voted American League Pitcher of the Month for May.

In recognition of their Pitcher of the Month Awards, Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander will each receive a specially designed trophy, suitably engraved, for their accomplishments.

Scherzer compiled a perfect 4-0 record with a 2.21 ERA and 63 strikeouts over six starts to earn his fifth career NL Pitcher of the Month Award. Max permitted 26 hits, four home runs and 10 free passes across 40.2 innings pitched. The 33-year-old paced all Major League hurlers in strikeouts, and among qualified NL starting pitchers, finished first in innings pitched and tied for second in wins. Scherzer is the first pitcher in the Majors to earn consecutive Pitcher of the Month honors to begin a season since Houston’s Dallas Keuchel accomplished the feat during his Cy Young Award-winning 2015 campaign.

On May 6th against the Philadelphia Phillies at Nationals Park, the three-time Cy Young Award-winner tallied a season-best 15 strikeouts across 6.1 innings of work. Scherzer, who notched at least 15 punchouts for the fifth time in his career, became the first pitcher in Major League history to log that many strikeouts, while recording 19 outs-or-less. In the final start of his award-winning month on May 30th against the Baltimore Orioles, Scherzer earned his ninth victory of the season after tossing 8.0 shutout innings with 12 strikeouts, and permitting just a walk and two hits. The University of Missouri product became the fourth pitcher in Nationals/Expos history to post such a stat line, and the first since he previously accomplished the feat in his historic 17-strikeout no-hitter on October 3, 2015 against the New York Mets. In addition, it was the 20th game in his career in which he tallied at least 10 strikeouts without giving up an earned run, tying him with Hall of Famer Sandy Koufax for eighth-most in Major League history. Over the course of his dominant month on the mound, the five-time All-Star logged at least 11 strikeouts in four-of-six outings, while not issuing more than three free passes in any outing.

Starting pitcher Sean Newcomb (5-0, 1.54 ERA, 35.0 IP, 30 SO) also posted a strong month of May for the Atlanta Braves. The 24-year-old began his month in historic fashion by not allowing more than two hits in each outing during a three-start stretch from May 2nd-13th. Since 1908, the 15th overall selection in the 2014 MLB Draft became the 10th starting pitcher to not allow more than two hits over at least 6.0 innings in three consecutive outings during the same season, and the first since Scherzer (June 21-July 2, 2017). Others receiving votes for NL Pitcher of the Month included 2015 NL Cy Young Award winner Jake Arrieta (2-1, 0.90 ERA, 30.0 IP, 20 SO) and All-Star Aaron Nola (4-1, 1.80 ERA, 40.0 IP, 46 SO) of the Philadelphia Phillies; All-Star Jacob deGrom (1-0, 0.69 ERA, 26.0 IP, 37 SO) of the Mets; Ross Stripling (3-0, 1.20 ERA, 30.0 IP, 41 SO) of the Los Angeles Dodgers; and the NL Reliever of the Month presented by The Hartford Brad Hand (11 SV, 0.61 ERA, 14.2 IP, 22 SO) of the San Diego Padres.

Across six starts for the Astros, Verlander registered a 3-2 record with 50 strikeouts and a 0.86 ERA to claim his sixth career AL Pitcher of the Month Award, last winning with the Detroit Tigers in July 2016. The right-handed pitcher limited opposing batters to just 22 hits, seven walks and one home run over 41.2 innings pitched. Justin paced all qualified Major League starters in ERA, and among AL hurlers, finished tied for second in innings pitched and strikeouts. This is Houston’s first Pitcher of the Month Award since Verlander’s rotation-mate Lance McCullers Jr. in May 2017.

In the first start of his dominant month on May 1st against the New York Yankees, Verlander tossed 8.0 shutout innings with 14 strikeouts, while permitting just three hits and not issuing a free pass. The six-time All-Star became just the third pitcher in Club history to log at least 8.0 shutout inning with 14 strikeouts and no walks allowed, joining Hall of Famer Randy Johnson (August 28, 1998) and Mike Scott (June 15, 1987). In addition, Verlander became the first pitcher in team history to post such a line with fewer than seven hits allowed. On May 16th against the Los Angeles Angels, the 2011 AL MVP and Cy Young Award-winner tossed his first complete-game shutout of the 2018 season with seven strikeouts and five hits allowed. With his ninth inning punchout against rookie sensation Shohei Ohtani, Verlander became the 33rd pitcher in Major League history to reach the 2,500-strikeout plateau. The second overall selection in the 2004 MLB Draft recorded his historic strikeout in his 395th career outing, becoming just the sixth pitcher in history to reach the milestone in fewer than 400 career games. The 2006 AL Rookie of the Year joined Hall of Famers Johnson (313), Nolan Ryan (338), Pedro Martínez (367) and Tom Seaver (381), as well as Roger Clemens (373).

Starting pitcher James Paxton (3-0, 1.67 ERA, 2 CG, 51 SO) of the Seattle Mariners also received strong consideration for monthly honors.

On May 8th against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre, the hard-throwing left-hander tossed his first career no-hitter and the sixth in Club history. Paxton, a native of Ladner, Canada became the second Canadian-born pitcher in Major League history to record a no-hitter, and the first to do so on his native country’s soil. In his previous outing on May 2nd against the Oakland Athletics, the University of Kentucky product registered 16 strikeouts across 7.0 innings pitched. James became the first AL pitcher to record a 16-strikeout game and a no-hitter in the same season since Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers accomplished the feat in the same contest on May 1, 1991 against Toronto. Others receiving votes for AL Pitcher of the Month included All-Star Corey Kluber (4-1, 1.83 ERA, 39.1 IP, 41 SO) of the Cleveland Indians; All-Star Luis Severino (4-0, 2.03 ERA, 1 CG SHO, 50 SO) of the New York Yankees; Daniel Mengden (4-1, 1.51 ERA, 1 CG SHO, 41.2 IP) of the Athletics; Paxton’s Seattle teammate Wade LeBlanc (1-0, 1.72 ERA, 31.1 IP, 23 SO); and Verlander’s All-Star teammate Gerrit Cole (3-0, 2.45 ERA, 1 CG SHO, 48 SO) of the Astros.

 

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