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Cape Cod Report: Who's Hot, Who's Not (July 4)



Who's Hot


Trevor Werner (Brewster Whitecaps)

Texas A&M

.343 (12-35), 5 2B, 1 HR, 11 RBI


The Cape Cod League Player of the Week hit .438 (7-16) in five games this past week with three doubles. The Aggie third baseman is draft eligible, and his name is expected to be announced in the mid-rounds.


Gavin Kilen (Falmouth Commodores)

Louisville

.328 (19-58), 4 2B, 10 RBIs


Falmouth went on a run this past week which included a four game winning streak. The Cardinals' infielder Kilen was a big catalyst for the 'Dores, as he hit .526 with three doubles.


Carter Mathison (Cotuit Kettleers)

Indiana

.310 (9-29), 1 2B, 2 RBI


Mathison started the summer 1-11 but has since gone .500 over the past week. He has only one extra base hit but has also struck out just once in 29 at-bats.


Cam Smith (Hyannis Harbor Hawks)

Florida State

.292 (21-72), 5 2B, 2 3B, 3 HR, 9 RBI


Smith stays on the hot list this week, after hitting .333 with two doubles, a triple, and a home run over the past week. The Seminoles' third baseman now has 10 extra base hits this summer and could be poised to break out in Tallahassee next spring.


Johnny Olmstead (Orleans Firebirds)

Southern Cal

.283 (15-53), 3 2B, 2 HR, 10 RBI


After a slow start to the summer, The Trojans' Olmstead has really heated up for the Firebirds. He's hit .435 (10-23) over the past week with three doubles, a homer, and six RBI. This past Sunday, Olmstead was the hero for Orleans after his walk-off single beat Wareham, 7-6.


Smith Pinson (Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox)

Kennesaw State

15.0 IP (3 G), 1-0, 2.40 ERA, 17 K's


In his longest outing of the summer so far, Pinson went six shutout innings against a very good Bourne Braves team. The righthanded starting pitcher only gave up two singles and zero walks while striking out seven. His performance earned him Cape Cod League Pitcher of the Week honors.


Bryce Jenkins (Cotuit Kettleers)

Tennessee

4.2 IP (3 G), 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 5 K's


Volunteer hurler Jenkins made his Cape Cod League debut June 28 and worked pretty heavily in relief over the last seven days. The righty made three scoreless appearances for Cotuit, allowing just one hit and one walk over 4.2 innings of work. He also accumulated five strikeouts.


Tanner Witt (Chatham Anglers)

Texas

5 IP (2 G),1-0, 10.80 ERA,6 K's


After a horrendous Cape Cod debut June 23, in which he gave up six earned runs in just one inning of work, Witt rebounded this week in a dazzling performance against Harwich. The Longhorn righty went four innings and gave up just one hit while striking out five. With the draft just days away, it was the kind of start Witt was looking for, as he tries to improve his draft stock after coming back from a serious injury for the Burnt Orange in April.


Who's Not


Teo Banks (Cotuit Kettleers)

Tulane

.139 (5-36), 1 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI


Teo Banks has been Cotuit's primary centerfielder over the last week and has struggled mightily at the plate. He batted just .059 (1-17) this past week, although that lone hit was a home run.


Hunter Hines (Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox)

Mississippi State

.289 (22-76), 4 2B, 8 HR, 26 RBI


Just last week Hunter Hines highlighted the Who's Hot, Who's Not report, but he's cooled off a bit since. Despite hitting two more home runs to extend his league lead to 8 total in that category, the Mississippi State first baseman hit just .167 in his last 5 games (3-18) while accumulating 7 strikeouts.


Lorenzo Carrier (Harwich Mariners)

Miami

.191 (9-47), 2 2B, 2 HR, 10 RBI


The Harwich Mariners have gone 2-4 over the last week. Lorenzo Carrier is one of their impact hitters and is hitting just .190 in that same span (4-21). He did have a big home run June 28 against Hyannis, but other than that, Carrier's bat has gone cold.


Jaime Ferrer (Brewster Whitecaps)

Florida State

.228 (13-57), 2 2B, 1 HR, 4 RBI


It hasn't been the best summer on the Cape for Jaime Ferrer, and this last week was especially difficult for the Seminole outfielder. The Whitecaps went 1-4 in games in which he hit .125 (2-16) with six strikeouts.


Jason Doktorczyk (Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox)

Nevada

12 IP (4 G), 0-0, 4.50 ERA, 11 K's


Until this week, Doktorczyk was having a great summer. But in his last two mound appearances, he's given up five earned runs on six hits while walking four. YD also lost both those games.


Brett Wichrowski (Wareham Gatemen)

Bryant

11.2 IP (4 G), 1-2, 6.94 ERA, 10 K's


Wichrowski was the starter for the Wareham Gatemen against Falmouth July 1. In just three innings, the Bryant righthander gave up six earned runs on seven hits. Wareham was never able to recover in that game and ultimately lost, 11-5.


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