Hernandez has been hitting well since the start of June.
Last night, Gorkys Hernandez went 2-for-4 with two doubles. The performance was part of a hot streak that has seen the young center field prospect put up a .361/.378/.500 line in his last ten games. On the season, Hernandez has a .292/.340/.407 line in 322 at-bats at the AAA level, with 22 doubles and six triples. A lot of that production has come since the month of June started. Since the start of June, Hernandez has a .310/.340/.457 line, with 18 doubles in 197 at-bats.
Meanwhile, last night the Pittsburgh Pirates started Garrett Jones in right field, batting second. Jones looked horrible on defense, and went 0-for-4, lowering his season average to .231. This wasn't just a bad night for Jones. He's looked bad in the fi...
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