POTW

Player of the Week: Week 6 Nominees (Sp15)

Written by - Posted 2015-06-04 10:02 in POTW

VOTING CLOSES AT NOON SATURDAYONE EXTRA DAY TO VOTE

It’s that time again everyone, the time when we nominate both Shannon’s and somehow we take for granted what they are doing to the league this year. Will anyone stop them? At least we know next week they can’t be nominated.

  • This week, Jim Shannon again had a fantastic week. This time he batted .800 with an OPS of 2.600m hit 3 home runs, and had 7 RBIs. I feel like I write out these numbers every week.
  • Right behind and not to be outdone again, Jack Shannon batted .600, an OPS of 2.500, hit 4 home runs, and had 9 RBIs. Sorry everyone else, but these two brothers are far and away better than the rest of the league (in batting at least).
  • His first nomination since 2014, Kevin Higman is back. This week Higman batted .636, had an OPS of 2.364, hit 3 home runs, and had 6 RBIs. Good to have you back on here Kevin.
  • The Twits finally were able to hit some home runs on Sunday, and Dan Lockbaum was the reason why. On the day, Lockbaum batted .444, an OPS of 2.222, and had 4 home runs for 8 RBIs.
  • This is Pete Hackeman’s first POTW nomination ever. Is that actually possible? Congrats Pete! On the day, Pete was almost impossible to get out, batting .643, an OPS of 1.786, hit 2 home runs, and had 7 RBIs.

VOTING CLOSES AT NOON SATURDAYONE EXTRA DAY TO VOTE

The public vote counts for 50% of the overall total, and the league managers vote counts for the remaining 50%.


POTW Week 6 Sp15
Jim Shannon
30%
Jack Shannon
35%
Kevin Higman
5%
Dan Lockbaum
5%
Pete Hackeman
25%
total_votes: 20

About POTW: Each week five nominees will be announced for Player of the Week. The league, fans, and press will vote for the winner. Winners receive a very limited edition wiffleball keychain. For a history of the award, check out Player of the Week History.

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