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Moreover, the guy hit three homers, stole two bases, scored seven times while driving in seven. Mookie Betts had a weak week with a .083 Isolated Power mark and a .125 batting average. Josh Donaldson had no homers, four RBI and a .256 SLG the last two weeks. Jose Iglesias went from white hot to white cold (.182 the last two weeks). He hit .189 the last two weeks with one homer and three RBI.
Miguel Cabrera hit a homer, but the .216 w OBA and .250 SLG were obviously horrible levels of production. Brandon Crawford had three hits leading to a .107 average and .240 OPS for the slumping Giants. Nomar Mazara hit three homers but he also batted .167 with a .268 OBP. Stephen Piscotty had a .261 OBP the last two weeks as he hit just .214.
Sometimes we allow players too much time to snap out of a slump. Each week we will take a look at the recent work on the diamond - one and two week intervals - to at least detail some of the recent success and struggles of both hitters and pitchers. Carlos Gomez had four homers, eight RBI and seven runs scored with a .460 w OBA. Eric Thames has really seen his hitting pace slow, especially the last week as he hit .115 with a .136 w OBA. Matt Adams had six homers, 16 RBI, 13 runs scored and a .506 w OBA. Trey Mancini took the playing time gained by the Chris Davis injury and ran with it producing a .426/.466/.815 slash line. His last 13 games have led to five homers, 13 RBI, 11 runs and a 1.134 OPS.
If nothing else, the weekly Hot/Cold write will at least inform you were players value is in the short-term. Dee Gordon is the only man in the game who has stolen four bases the last week. Joc had two homers, seven runs scored and a .606 w OBA. Cody Bellinger has nine homers and 20 RBI the last 13 games. Keon Broxton took the Lewis Brinson promotion in stride by blasting away unrelentingly. David Peralta has hit .417 with a .450 OBP and .694 SLG the last two weeks.
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