Stock Watch: Week 4
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New Hampshire Fisher Cats (16-13 5.5GB, 4th)
The Fisher Cats went 3-3 this week and continue to struggle away from home (3-10). The Fisher Cats lost their series against Binghamton and Reading. The was held to one run twice in the first two games against Binghamton and one against Reading.
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The Fisher Cats will be at home for two series this week, before hitting the road against Binghamton. NH got swept by New Britain, on the road, the last time they faced off in April and will be looking to extract some revenge at home.
Top Fisher Cats
Jon Berti struggled to start the season, Berti seems to be turning things around in May. In 5 games, Jon has hit .500 with a walk, 2 strike outs, 2 SB and 1 CS. He collected 12 hits and 5 of those were doubles.
Jorge Flores is a guy that I’ve liked for a while. I always cheer for the little guys (5’5″). In 5 games he went 9-for-20 (.450 BA) with 2 doubles, 3 RBI, 2 BB and no strike outs.
K.C. Hobson– 8-for-22 (.364 BA), BB, 4 K, and 4 R
Dwight Smith Jr.- 7-for-23 (.304 BA), HR, 3 RBI, 2 SB, CS, 3BB, and 3K
Blake McFarland collected one win and converted two saves in three games. Blake didn’t walk a batter and struck out 5 while posting a 0.00 ERA.
SP Casey Lawrence and Ryan Schimpf back from Buffalo