Statistics as of July 31, 2017
Carlos Gonzalez (Big Leagues, Colorado)
This season, CarGo was held off the lineup for more than 20 games due to injuries. In 86 games, he has 6 home runs and drove 26 runs in.
Jonathan Lucroy (Big Leagues, Colorado)
In 77 games this season with Texas, Lucroy shows 4 home runs and 27 RBI. Jonathan against showed reliability behind the plate, being charged with only one error in 66 games. He was traded to Colorado on July 30th.
Ben Gamel (Big Leagues, Seattle)
At his first season as a starter in the Big Leagues, Ben Gamel hit 29 extra-base hits – 6 of them are home runs and 4 are triples – in 83 games this season. His batting average sits at .318 and he drove 36 runs in.
Tommy Joseph (Big Leagues, Philadelphia)
After six years in the minors, Tommy Joseph is now established in the Big Leagues. In 98 games, Tommy shows 16 home runs, 53 RBI and a .256 batting average.
Jesen Therrien (Big Leagues, Philadelphia)
Since last season, Jesen Therrien is on a roll. After a tremendous start in AAA, he finally got the call to the majors last week. In 18 outings in Lehigh Valley, Therrien shined with an excellent ERA of 1.57 and 26 strikeouts in 28.2 innings pitched. He used for the first time in a big leagues game on July 29th, when he threw one inning and got his first strikeout. Jesen plays with a Custom B45 Pro Series Glove.
Dustin Fowler (Big Leagues, Oakland)
At only 22 years old, Dustin Fowler already shows great numbers at AAA level. His .293 average, 13 home runs and 43 RBI forced New York to call him up to the majors. Unfortunately, he broke his leg during the first inning of his first game in the Show, before he even got the chance to show up at the plate. Dustin was traded to Oakland on July 31st.
Adam Loewen (AAA, Texas)
Adam is currently playing at AAA level with Texas, where he shows a 6-0 record with a 4.14 ERA. In 44.1 innings pitched, he collected 56 strikeouts. Adam plays with a Custom Pro Series B45 Glove.
Zach Vincej (AAA, Cincinnati)
After five years in the minors with Cincinnati, Zach Vincej knocks on the Big Leagues door at AAA level. In 82 games, his batting average sits at .269 and he drove 25 runs in.
Andy Paz (AA, Oakland)
Andy Paz, a catcher with Oakland, shows a .253 batting average and 17 RBI at AA level.
Chad Tromp (AA, Cincinnati)
In 33 games at A level, Chad Tromp kept a .311 batting average with 34 RBI. He was then called up to AA level, where he has played 18 games so far.
Kyle Waldrop (AA, Cincinnati)
After a 2016 season where he spent time in the Big Leagues and at AAA level, Kyle Waldrop is playing at AA level this season. In 97 games, Waldrop shows a .309 batting average, 64 RBI and 10 home runs.
Matt Beaty (AA, Los Angeles)
Matt Beaty demonstrates good things at AA level this season, with a .309 batting average, 35 extra-base hits, including 11 home runs, and 43 RBI.
Charles Leblanc (A, Texas)
Charles Leblanc was promoted to A level early July and since hit the first home run of his pro career. His batting average sits at .282 with 7 RBI.
Marc-Antoine Bérubé (Short Season A, Oakland)
The relief pitcher with the Oakland organization plays at Short Season A level in Vermont. Bérubé (2-2) shows good numbers with his 4.60 ERA and 14 strikeouts in 15.2 innings pitched. He plays with a Custom B45 Pro Series Glove.
Abraham Toro (Short Season A, Houston)
Two years after being drafted by Houston, Abraham Toro is now playing at Short Season A level. In 36 games, he shows a good batting average of .298 and powered 9 homers.
Jhailyn Ortiz (Short Season A, Philadelphia)
At only 18 years old, Jhailyn Ortiz is building experience at Short Season A level with Philadelphia. With 7 home runs and 24 RBI in 31 games, future is bright for this promising Dominican player.
Ernesto Martinez (Rookie, Milwaukee)
At his first pro season with Milwaukee, Ernesto Martinez demonstrates great patience with his 27 walks in 27 games. 7 of his 18 hits were for one than one base.
Benjamin Pelletier (Rookie, Philadelphia)
At his second season with Philadelphia, Benjamin Pelletier crushed 3 home runs and collected 14 RBI in 22 games.
Raphaël Gladu (Rookie, New York)
Drafted by New York a few weeks ago, Raphaël Gladu was sent to the Appalachian League at Rookie level. In 16 games, he shows a .290 batting average with 2 home runs and 9 RBI.
Jonathan Lacroix (Houston)
Drafted in 12th round by Houston this last June, Jonathan Lacroix is now recovering from a foot injury which holds him off from starting his pro career.
Phillippe Aumont (Can-Am League, Ottawa)
Phillippe Aumont went back to being a professional baseball player this season, wearing the independent Can-Am League’s Ottawa Champions uniform, only a few minutes from his hometown of Gatineau, Qué. In 10 starts, Aumont (3-4) fanned 59 hitters in 64.2 innings pitched. He was named the Can-Am League’s starter at the Independent Baseball All-Star played in Ottawa on July 25. Phillippe plays with a Custom B45 Pro Series Glove.