Stetson Allie, Matt Hague, and Alen Hanson Win Player of the Week Awards

Stetson Allie was named the SAL player of the week for the second time this season.

Stetson Allie was named the SAL player of the week for the second time this season.

Yesterday I posted the weekly top performers, with Stetson Allie and Matt Hague leading the group of hitters over the last week. Both players also led their individual leagues and were recognized with Player of the Week honors.

Hague was named the International League player of the week after going 8-for-21 with five doubles and two homers. Hague is the second Indians batter and third Tribe player to win an IL weekly award following outfielder Brett Carroll (April 8-14) and left-handed pitcher Andy Oliver (May 6-12).

Allie was named the South Atlantic League player of the week for the second time this year. He also earned the honors during the first week and a half of the 2013 season. Allie went 13-for-24 with three doubles, a triple, and three homers.

UPDATE 4:27 PM: Alen Hanson has also been named the Florida State League player of the week after going 9-for-21 with two doubles and two triples. Hanson was the number three hitter in the Pirates system last week.

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  • http://pbsacademyorlando.com Slugger14

    Not bad for a pitcher converted position player! You guys better start believing in this kid for what he is doing now- incredible numbers for such a young guy. For all you coolant drinkers- 22 is young for me. New 22 at that March DOB.
    Great for West Virginia and the Pirate organization.

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