AT&T Player of the Week
Jose Bautista #19, RF — Toronto Blue Jays
The Blue Jays are out of the postseason race, but that hasn't stopped Bautista. On Friday vs. the O's, he went 2-for-4, hitting his major league-leading 51st and 52nd homers, collecting three runs and three RBI.
AVG HR RBI Runs .265 52 118 105
Matt Cain #18, SP — San Francisco Giants
Coming through with a stellar outing in the heat of a pennant race, Cain overpowered the Rockies on Sunday, taking a no-hitter into the eighth. He collected the win on a complete game, allowing two runs on just three hits, walking just one and striking out eight .
W-L ERA BB K 13-10 2.92 60 169
Kelly Johnson #2, 2B — Arizona Diamondbacks
Johnson had a big series vs. the Rockies on Tuesday-Thursday. He hit a homer and had two RBI in each of the three games. Thursday, he hit his 25th homer and went 3-for-5 with and had a key stolen base.
AVG HR RBI RUNS .280 25 69 90
Clayton Richard #33, SP — San Diego Padres
Richard helped the Padres in their quest to win the NL West pennant, by firing a complete-game for his first-ever shutout Tuesday vs. the Dodgers. He scattered eight hits while walking two and striking out six.
W-L ERA BB K 13-8 3.53 72 147
Adam Wainwright #50, SP — St. Louis Cardinals
Wainwright won his 20th game for the first time in his career on Friday vs. the Cubs. He went six innings, giving up one run on six hits, while allowing only one walk and stirking out seven. His 19th win came last Sunday vs. the Padres, when he went eight innings, allowing one run on five hits, with three walks and seven strikeouts.
ERA BB K 20-11 2.42 56 213
Rickie Weeks #23, 2B — Milwaukee Brewers
Weeks had five multi-hit games last week, including a 3-for-4 performance with three runs vs. the Reds on Wednesday. He also went 2-for-3 Friday vs. the Marlins with a homer and two RBI.
AVG HR RBI Runs .271 28 82 107