A little late on this one, but judging by the stats for Week 3, this might not be necessary.
Putting in time setting up, building sheds, pitching, and hitting, Felix Fernandez has shown he can do it all this year for Dupont Circle Jerks. In week 3, Felix batted .412, hit a home run, 2 doubles, 1 RBI — oh yeah and he threw a perfect game against the Jackhammers.
The Jackhammers should be a lot better than their record shows, but they’ll be in any game thanks to Nitto and Matt Gagnon — especially if Gagnon is hitting like week 3. On the day, Gagnon hit only .313, but managed a double, triple, and home run for 4 RBIs on the day. He also pitched 18.5 innings with 19 strikeouts (2-1).
Nick West just knows how to get on base. Simple as that. He is the spark to the Wolfpack if they hope to get anywhere in the playoffs. On the day, West batted .417, had 2 doubles and 2 runs.
Look out if both West and this next guy get going. Will McNally had some clutch hitting all day. He batted .455 with an OPS of 1.364, including 2 doubles, 1 home run, and 6 RBI.
Finally, not to be forgotten, a Shannon brother HAD to be nominated as tribute right? This week it’s Jack Shannon who only batted .389, but hit a double, 2 home runs, and had 6 RBI on the day.
VOTING CLOSES AT NOON FRIDAY
The public vote counts for 50% of the overall total, and the league managers vote counts for the remaining 50%.