Minneapolis City's top pitcher this week was Trevor Stone
. He accumulated two wins and 17 strikeouts.
The league's longest active winning streak belongs to Washburn
(17-0, 10-0), undefeated over its last 17 games. In the past week, the Millers won another six games, including a 19-1 win over Minneapolis North. The team's hottest hitter over the past week was Henry Christman
, who had two hits and drove in one run.
Although Minneapolis Southwest
finished first in the league this week with 111 hits, the Millers still sit atop the the league leaderboard with 169 total hits this season. Jacob Rosenbaum
has a team-best 12 hits this year, and the Lakers went 1-1 this week.
Minneapolis Southwest led the league with 122 runs scored this week, but Minneapolis South
still holds the season lead with 166 runs.
Washburn's Zach Austin
finished his week with six hits, tops in the league. He is seventh in the league with 17 hits this year, and has a .472 batting average. Josh Pierce
threw a shutout as he led Washburn to victory over Fridley, 9-3, on Saturday. He pitched seven scoreless innings and struck out 14, while giving up zero hits.
Washburn's Josh Pierce
struck out 14 Zimmerman hitters en route to a 1-0 victory on May 12. Over seven innings of work, he gave up zero hits and zero runs.