Emilio Bonifacio, UTIL, Florida Marlins
Bonifacio currently has a 23-game hit streak going and while he hasn’t shown a ton of pop during that streak, he has stolen enough bases (14) during that stretch to become a run scoring machine.
Adam Jones, OF, Baltimore Orioles
Jones had four homers over the past week and is now hitting .286 on the year with 18 homers and 60 RBI’s
Jacoby Ellsbury, OF, Boston Red Sox
Perhaps baseball’s hottest hitter at the moment, Ellsbury is displaying power numbers greater than ever before. He continues to hit for a high average and steal a ridiculous amount of bases as well.
Troy Tulowitzki, SS, Colorado Rockies
Tulowitzki continues to show why he is valued as one of the best young players in the game, hitting .356 with 2 homers and 10 RBI’s this week.
Mike Stanton, OF, Florida Marlins
Known for hitting ‘em deep, Stanton crushed 4 home runs this week for a total of 9 RBI’s.
Albert Pujols, 1B, St. Louis Cardinals
Injuries do not affect Albert Pujols, as he showed this week by hitting four homers after coming back from a wrist injury.
Ryan Vogelsong, SP, San Francisco Giants
Vogelsong has been a nice surprise this year for the Giants, and his last three starts have been stellar, going 18 2/3 innings and allowing just 4 earned runs while picking up wins in two of those starts.
Clayton Kershaw, SP, Los Angeles Dodgers
Kershaw has been utterly ridiculous lately. He has gone three straight starts without giving up a run and has gone six straight starts with 8 or more strikeouts.
Dan Uggla, 2B, Atlanta Braves
Finally; after weeks on the slump list, Uggla has managed to find his stroke, and has done so in a big way. With three homers last week Uggla was in the middle of a 14-game hit streak before an 0-3 day Sunday.
Miguel Montero, C, Arizona Diamondbacks
Montero put together a great week hitting for both power and average to the tune of .357 with 2 homers and 9 RBI’s.