Jones has hit in all 10 games this season, and has homeruns in three of his last four games. He’s been working with Brian Roberts to become a better base stealer swiping 3 in 3 chances. Jones could be a sneaky 30-30 player this season as he develops his all around game.
Ross appears to be a great fit for Fenway Park because of his ability to pull the ball. With Jacoby Ellsbury injured he should be a full-time player. If Ross is available pick him up before it is too late. He hit .357/2 HR/8 RBI’s in the 4 game home series versus Tampa Bay.
This is Heyward’s 3rd professional season and it appears the monstrous 22-year-old is ready to carry the Braves. He currently has a six-game hitting streak, while hitting for power and stealing bases. Don’t be fooled into thinking it’s just a hot start, he’s the real deal.
Davis got off to a horrible start going 2-28 to start the season. He appears to be seeing the ball better as he is 3-8 with 2 homers and 5 RBI’s in his last two games. He is batting 4th for the Mets and should see plenty of RBI opportunities moving forward.
Even though the young right-hander has not registered a win on the season he has pitched unbelievable posting a 1.29 ERA and 0.79 WHIP through 14 innings . Finally healthy Zimmermann appears poised to have a breakout season.