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The 24-year-old from Houston, Texas continues to swing a hot bat for the Calvary, hitting .375 with 11 walks, 13 strike outs, 2 stolen bases, and 2 home runs. Harris has scored 17 runs and driven in 9, while batting primarily out of the lead-off spot.
Harris has appeared in 19 games, playing 13 games in CF, 6 games in RF and one in LF posting an overall RangeFactor of 2.42 and fielding percentage of 1.000.
In his last 10 games, Harris has hit .333 going 12-for-36, with 7 runs, one RBI, 7 walks and 7 K’s. Keep up the good work David.
In 22 games, Leblebijian is leading the Cavalry in hitting with 35 hits and .385 batting average. He’s hit 4 home runs, 9 doubles and 28 RBI.
Jason’s play at short is solid, posting a 4.45 RangeFactor and .951 fielding percentage with 5 errors and 13 double plays.
Jason has hit .488 (20-for-41) with 10 runs, a home run, 14 RBI, 2 walks and 5 K’s in his last 10 games.
The 22-year-old Loveless is slowly coming out of his early season struggles hitting .267 the past 10 games. Derrick has split time with David Harris in CF and RF, posting a 1.30 RangeFactor and 9.63 fielding percentage.
Overall, Loveless is .210/.338/.387 with 2 HR and 6 RBI.
The 24-year-old Tuner has started two games and made 4 relief appearances, posting one win and one loss. He currenly holds a 5.60 ERA with 11 walks and 9 K’s over 17.2 innings.
Kish has allowed one run in his past 5 outings and 7.2 IP. The 26-year-old has one win, zero loses and a 5.25 ERA. He has walked 4 and struck out 8 in 12 innings of work and has looked much better after allowing 5 runs over his first 3 appearances.
Next, let’s take a look at the Blue Jays prospects in the Caribbean Winter Leagues…
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