Major League Baseball Player of the Week Award

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The Player of the Week award is a Major League Baseball award named by each of the American and National Leagues each week of the regular season.

2014[edit]

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
March 22–April 6 Chris Colabello[1] Minnesota Twins .391 (9–23); 4 Runs; 1 HR; 11 RBI; 1.112 OPS Charlie Blackmon[2] Colorado Rockies .542 (13–24); 5 Runs; 1 HR; 6 RBI; 2 SB; 1.352 OPS (6-hit game)
Josh Hamilton[1] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .500 (11–22); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.424 OPS Jose Fernandez[2] Miami Marlins 2–0; 0.71 ERA; 12.2 IP; K/BB 17/2; .174 BAA
April 7–April 13 Carlos Beltran[3] New York Yankees .423 (11–26); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 6 RBI; 1.387 OPS Justin Upton[4] Atlanta Braves .591 (13–22); 8 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.881 OPS
April 14–April 20 Kevin Kouzmanoff[5] Texas Rangers .345 (10–29); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.034 OPS Justin Morneau[6] Colorado Rockies .375 (9–24); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 12 RBI; 1.221 OPS
April 21–April 27 Jose Abreu[7] Chicago White Sox .310 (9–29); 8 Runs; 5 HR; 14 RBI; 1.172 OPS Carlos Ruiz[8] Philadelphia Phillies .500 (11–22); 8 Runs; 1 HR; 7 RBI; 1.502 OPS
Kyle Seager[7] Seattle Mariners .409 (9–22); 8 Runs; 5 HR; 11 RBI; 1.549 OPS
April 28–May 4 Desmond Jennings[9] Tampa Bay Rays .355 (11–31); 8 Runs; 3 HR; 3 RBI; 3 SB; 1.136 OPS Troy Tulowitzki[10] Colorado Rockies .619 (13–21); 9 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.740 OPS
May 5–May 11 Edwin Encarnacion[11] Toronto Blue Jays .321 (9–28); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.238 OPS Seth Smith[12] San Diego Padres .500 (14–28); 4 Runs; 1 HR; 7 RBI; 9 XBH; 1.576 OPS
May 12–May 18 Brandon Moss[13] Oakland Athletics .455 (10–22); 8 Runs; 3 HR; 11 RBI; 9 XBH; 1.737 OPS A.J. Pollock[14] Arizona Diamondbacks .500 (11–22); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 4 RBI; 1.431 OPS
Yasiel Puig[14] Los Angeles Dodgers .348 (8–23); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.334 OPS
May 19–May 25 Dallas Keuchel[15] Houston Astros 2–0; 1.02 ERA; 17.2 IP; K/BB 14/1; .153 BAA Josh Beckett[16] Los Angeles Dodgers 2–0; 2.57 ERA; 14 IP; K/BB 12/5; .160 BAA; no-hitter
Adam Wainwright[16] St. Louis Cardinals 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 17 IP; K/BB 21/1; CG SHO; .107 BAA
May 26–June 1 Nelson Cruz[17] Baltimore Orioles .476 (10–21); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.746 OPS A.J. Pollock[18] Arizona Diamondbacks .522 (12–23); 9 Runs; 1 HR; 4 RBI; 8 XBH; 1.593 OPS
June 2–June 8 Félix Hernández[19] Seattle Mariners 1–0; 1.29 ERA; 14 IP; K/BB 23/1; .231 BAA Jordan Zimmermann[20] Washington Nationals 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 17 IP; K/BB 16/1; CG SHO; .121 BAA
June 9–June 15 Michael Brantley[21] Cleveland Indians .538 (14–26); 9 Runs; 2 HR; 3 RBI; 1.510 OPS Andrew McCutchen[22] Pittsburgh Pirates .483 (14–29); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 13 RBI; 1.593 OPS
June 16–June 22 J.D. Martinez[23] Detroit Tigers .444 (12–27); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 11 RBI; 1.464 OPS Clayton Kershaw[24] Los Angeles Dodgers 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 15/0; .000 BAA; no-hitter
June 23–June 29 Kyle Seager[25] Seattle Mariners .583 (14–24); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.542 OPS Tim Lincecum[26] San Francisco Giants 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 6/1; .000 BAA; second career no-hitter
June 30–July 6 Adam Jones[27] Baltimore Orioles .423 (11–26); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.144 OPS Jayson Werth[28] Washington Nationals .450 (9–20); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 9 RBI; 1.560 OPS
Steve Pearce[27] .333 (10–30); 8 Runs; 3 HR; 9 RBI; 1.064 OPS
July 7–July 13 Mike Trout Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .333 (10–30); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 10 RBI; 1.008 OPS Andrew McCutchen Pittsburgh Pirates .321 (9–28); 9 Runs; 4 HR; 7 RBI; 1.268 OPS
July 14–June 20 Jason Kipnis[29] Cleveland Indians .333 (5–15); 3 Runs; 2 HR; 6 RBI; 1.207 OPS Anthony Rizzo[30] Chicago Cubs .455 (5–11); 3 Runs; 3 HR; 4 RBI; 1.773 OPS
July 21–June 27 Carlos Santana[31] Cleveland Indians .556 (15–27); 8 Runs; 6 HR; 10 RBI; 1.970 OPS Steve Cishek[32] Miami Marlins 0–0; 5 Saves; 1.80 ERA; 5 IP; K/BB 8/0; .125 BAA
Jacob deGrom[32] New York Mets 2–0; 0.68 ERA; 13.1 IP; K/BB 11/3; .184 BAA

2013[edit]

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
March 31–April 7 Chris Davis[33] Baltimore Orioles .455 (10–22); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 17 RBI; 1.636 OPS Clayton Kershaw[33] Los Angeles Dodgers 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 16/1; CG SHO; .118 BAA
April 8–April 14 Prince Fielder[34] Detroit Tigers .632 (12–19); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 11 RBI; 1.891 OPS Matt Harvey[35] New York Mets 2–0; 1.20 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 15/4; .104 BAA
April 15–April 21 Andrew Bailey[36] Boston Red Sox 1–0; 3 Saves; 3.60 ERA; 5 IP; K/BB 8/1; .211 BAA Carlos Gomez[37] Milwaukee Brewers .500 (9–18); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 3 RBI; 1.471 OPS
Mike Napoli[36] .345 (10–29); 5 Runs; 1 HR; 10 RBI; 1.096 OPS
April 22–April 28 Josh Donaldson[38] Oakland Athletics .545 (12–22); 4 Runs; 7 Doubles; 10 RBI; 1.497 OPS Russell Martin[39] Pittsburgh Pirates .375 (9–24); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 6 RBI; 1.333 OPS
April 29–May 5 Ryan Raburn[40] Cleveland Indians .591 (13–22); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 9 RBI; 1.773 OPS Tim Hudson[41] Atlanta Braves 2–0; 2.51 ERA; 14.1 IP; K/BB 13/3; .157 BAA; 200th career victory
May 6–May 12 Evan Longoria[42] Tampa Bay Rays .464 (13–28); 8 Runs; 3 HR; 11 RBI; 1.496 OPS Jean Segura[43] Milwaukee Brewers .500 (10–20); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 2 RBI; 2 SB; 1.495 OPS
May 13–May 19 Justin Masterson[44] Cleveland Indians 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 16.0 IP; K/BB 20/5; CG SHO; .130 BAA Joey Votto[45] Cincinnati Reds .583 (14–24); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.572 OPS
May 20–May 26 Jason Castro[46] Houston Astros .579 (11–19); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 5 RBI; 1.742 OPS Domonic Brown[47] Philadelphia Phillies .348 (8–23); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 7 RBI; 1.130 OPS
May 27–June 2 Chris Davis[48] Baltimore Orioles .481 (13–27); 10 Runs; 4 HR; 6 RBI; 1.463 OPS Domonic Brown[49] Philadelphia Phillies .444 (12–27); 8 Runs; 7 HR; 13 RBI; 1.779 OPS
June 3–June 9 Brett Gardner[50] New York Yankees .520 (13–25); 5 Runs; 1 HR; 6 RBI; 1.396 OPS Yasiel Puig[51] Los Angeles Dodgers .464 (13–28); 4 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.447 OPS
June 10–June 16 Jason Kipnis[52] Cleveland Indians .524 (11–21); 5 Runs; 1 HR; 4 RBI; 2 SB; 1.354 OPS Carlos Gonzalez[53] Colorado Rockies .476 (10–21); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.617 OPS
Corey Kluber[52] 2–0; 0.56 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 11/3; .232 BAA
June 17–June 23 Max Scherzer[54] Detroit Tigers 2–0; 2.08 ERA; 13 IP; K/BB 16/2; .260 BAA Pedro Alvarez[55] Pittsburgh Pirates .414 (12–29); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.383 OPS
June 24–June 30 Jason Kipnis[56] Cleveland Indians .478 (11–23); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.650 OPS Buster Posey[57] San Francisco Giants .500 (11–22); 4 Runs; 4 HR; 6 RBI; 1.742 OPS
July 1–July 7 Adrián Beltré[58] Texas Rangers .478 (11–23); 4 Runs; 4 HR; 5 RBI; 1.607 OPS Homer Bailey[59] Cincinnati Reds 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 9/1; .000 BAA; 2nd career no-hitter
Brian McCann[59] Atlanta Braves .600 (15–25); 6 Runs; 1 HR; 4 RBI; 1.480 OPS
July 8–July 14 Alejandro De Aza Chicago White Sox .414 (12–29); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 4 RBI; 1.262 OPS Tim Lincecum San Francisco Giants 1–0; 1.69 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 24/5; .113 BAA; 1st career no-hitter
July 15–July 21 Brad Miller[60] Seattle Mariners .385 (5–13); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 7 RBI; 1.346 OPS Juan Lagares[61] New York Mets .700 (7–10); 2 Runs; 1 HR; 5 RBI; 1.900 OPS
July 22–July 28 Edwin Encarnacion[62] Toronto Blue Jays .520 (13–25); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.461 OPS Steve Cishek[63] Miami Marlins 0–0; 5 Saves; 0.00 ERA; 5 IP; K/BB 5/2; .222 BAA
Jose Fernandez[63] 2–0; 2.40 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 21/2; .192 BAA
July 29–August 4 Shane Victorino[64] Boston Red Sox .400 (12–30); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 6 RBI; 1.141 OPS Francisco Liriano[65] Pittsburgh Pirates 2–0; 0.64 ERA; 14 IP; K/BB 14/7; .133 BAA
August 5–August 11 Miguel Cabrera[66] Detroit Tigers .429 (12–28); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 11 RBI; 1.444 OPS Brandon Belt[67] San Francisco Giants .440 (11–25); 8 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.300 OPS
Austin Jackson[66] .371 (13–35); 9 Runs; 4 2B; 2 3B; 2 HR; 2 RBI; 1.192 OPS
August 12–August 18 Alfonso Soriano[68] New York Yankees .484 (15–31); 9 Runs; 5 HR; 18 RBI; 1.515 OPS Will Venable[69] San Diego Padres .406 (13–32); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.125 OPS
August 19–August 25 Jason Castro[70] Houston Astros .529 (9–17); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 5 RBI; 1.913 OPS Jose Fernandez[71] Miami Marlins 2–0; 0.69 ERA; 13 IP; K/BB 16/3; .167 BAA
Jeff Samardzija[71] Chicago Cubs 2–0; 1.59 ERA; 17 IP; K/BB 12/2; CG; .213 BAA
August 26–September 1 Brandon Moss[72] Oakland Athletics .364 (8–22); 8 Runs; 4 HR; 11 RBI; 1.455 OPS Daniel Murphy[73] New York Mets .448 (13–29); 7 Runs; 5 2B; 7 RBI; 1.069 OPS
September 2–September 8 Will Middlebrooks[74] Boston Red Sox .464 (13–28); 8 Runs; 4 HR; 9 RBI; 1.429 OPS Huston Street[75] San Diego Padres 1–0; 4 Saves; 1.80 ERA; 5 IP; K/BB 4/0; .176 BAA
Mike Napoli[74] .476 (10–21); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 9 RBI; 1.720 OPS
September 9–September 15 Chris Iannetta[76] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .429 (9–21); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 5 RBI; 1.452 OPS Hunter Pence[77] San Francisco Giants .448 (13–29); 8 Runs; 6 HR; 19 RBI; 1.572 OPS
September 16–September 22 Alex Cobb[78] Tampa Bay Rays 2–0; 1.65 ERA; 16.1 IP; K/BB 22/3; .193 BAA Charlie Blackmon[79] Colorado Rockies .500 (18–36); 6 Runs; 1 HR; 5 RBI; 1.222 OPS
September 23–September 29 James Loney[80] Tampa Bay Rays .435 (10–23); 5 Runs; 1 HR; 5 RBI; 1.263 OPS Henderson Alvarez[81] Miami Marlins 1–1; 1.13 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 9/4; .094 BAA; 1st career no-hitter
Alex Rios[80] Texas Rangers .346 (9–26); 6 Runs; 1 HR; 8 RBI; 1.011 OPS

2012[edit]

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
April 4–April 8 Miguel Cabrera[82] Detroit Tigers .455 (5–11); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.806 OPS Matt Kemp[83] Los Angeles Dodgers .412 (7–17); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.212 OPS
April 9–April 15 Josh Willingham[84] Minnesota Twins .455 (10–22); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 4 RBI; 1.448 OPS Matt Kemp[84] Los Angeles Dodgers .545 (12–22); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.797 OPS
April 16–April 22 Philip Humber[85] Chicago White Sox 1–0; 0.63 ERA; 14.1 IP; K/BB 16/3; .122 BAA; Perfect game Freddie Freeman[85] Atlanta Braves .478 (11–23); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 14 RBI; 1.568 OPS
April 23–April 29 Paul Konerko[86] Chicago White Sox .435 (10–23); 3 Runs; 3 HR; 4 RBI; 1.457 OPS Jay Bruce[87] Cincinnati Reds .476 (10–21); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.685 OPS
April 30–May 6 Jered Weaver[88] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 9/1; .000 BAA; No-hitter Freddie Freeman[89] Atlanta Braves .367 (11–30); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.130 OPS
May 7–May 13 Josh Hamilton[90] Texas Rangers .467 (14–30); 10 Runs; 9 HR; 18 RBI; 1.963 OPS; 4 home run game (May 8) Carlos Beltrán[91] St. Louis Cardinals .360 (9–25); 8 Runs; 6 HR; 13 RBI; 1.648 OPS
May 14–May 20 J. P. Arencibia[92] Toronto Blue Jays .360 (9–25); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.305 OPS Clayton Kershaw[93] Los Angeles Dodgers 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 10/3; CG SHO; .185 BAA
May 21–May 27 Paul Konerko[94] Chicago White Sox .583 (14–24); 10 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.740 OPS R. A. Dickey[95] New York Mets 2–0; 0.63 ERA; 14.1 IP; K/BB 21/1; .167 BAA
May 28–June 3 Justin Smoak[96] Seattle Mariners .348 (8–23); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.265 OPS Johan Santana[97] New York Mets 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 8/5; No-hitter; First no-hitter in Mets history
June 4–June 10 Torii Hunter[98] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .500 (11–22); 10 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.605 OPS Ryan Dempster[99] Chicago Cubs 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 9/1; .137 BAA
Mike Trout[98] .520 (13–25); 10 Runs; 4 RBI; 4 SB; 1.167 OPS Jason Kubel[99] Arizona Diamondbacks .409 (9–22); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 12 RBI; 1.253 OPS
June 11–June 17 Brandon Moss[100] Oakland Athletics .348 (8–23); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 10 RBI; 1.530 OPS Matt Cain[101] San Francisco Giants 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 14/0; .000 BA; Perfect game
June 18–June 24 Will Middlebrooks[102] Boston Red Sox .625 (10–16); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 2.007 OPS Jason Heyward[103] Atlanta Braves .522 (12–23); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 5 RBI; 1.672 OPS
June 25–July 1 Robinson Canó[104] New York Yankees .414 (12–29); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.310 OPS Mat Latos[105] Cincinnati Reds 2–0; 1.00 ERA; 18 IP (2 CG); K/BB 20/2; .100 BAA
July 2–July 8 Kevin Youkilis[106] Chicago White Sox .478 (11–23); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.484 OPS Andrew McCutchen[106] Pittsburgh Pirates .517 (15–29); 11 Runs; 3 HR; 9 RBI; 1.479 OPS
July 9–July 15 Yoenis Céspedes[107] Oakland Athletics .571 (8–14); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 6 RBI; 1.643 OPS Andrew McCutchen[108] Pittsburgh Pirates .583 (7–12); 3 Runs; 3 HR; 4 RBI; 1.976 OPS
July 16–July 22 Adrian Gonzalez[109] Boston Red Sox .429 (12–28); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 12 RBI; 1.179 OPS Ryan Zimmerman[110] Washington Nationals .500 (15–30); 9 Runs; 5 HR; 8 RBI; 1.638 OPS
July 23–July 29 Billy Butler[111] Kansas City Royals .458 (11–24); 4 Runs; 1 HR; 6 RBI; 1.260 OPS Carlos Gómez[112] Milwaukee Brewers .346 (9–26); 10 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.264 OPS
Drew Stubbs[112] Cincinnati Reds .370 (10–27); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.197 OPS
July 30–August 5 Albert Pujols[113] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .424 (14–33); 9 Runs; 6 HR; 13 RBI; 1.566 OPS A. J. Burnett[114] Pittsburgh Pirates 2–0; 1.02 ERA; 17.2 IP; K/BB 15/5; CG SHO; .071 BAA
August 6–August 12 Adrian Gonzalez[115] Boston Red Sox .393 (11–28); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 14 RBI; 1.290 OPS Chase Headley[116] San Diego Padres .333 (8–24); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 11 RBI; 1.110 OPS
Manny Machado[115] Baltimore Orioles .375 (6–16); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 7 RBI; 1.500 OPS
August 13–August 19 Félix Hernández[117] Seattle Mariners 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 12/0; .000 BAA; Perfect game Cole Hamels[118] Philadelphia Phillies 2–0; 1.62 ERA; 16.2 IP; K/BB 15/2; CG SHO; .246 BAA
August 20–August 26 Adrián Beltré[119] Texas Rangers .433 (13–30); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 9 RBI; 1.533 OPS Giancarlo Stanton[120] Miami Marlins .286 (8–28); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 8 RBI; 1.167 OPS
August 27–September 2 Josh Reddick[121] Oakland Athletics .387 (12–31); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.136 OPS Pedro Alvarez[122] Pittsburgh Pirates .458 (11–24); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.542 OPS
September 3–September 9 James Shields[123] Tampa Bay Rays 2–0; 1.59 ERA; 17 IP; K/BB 13/3; CG SHO; .127 BAA Jay Bruce[124] Cincinnati Reds .500 (11–22); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 9 RBI; 1.769 OPS
B. J. Upton[123] .400 (8–20); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 6 RBI; 1.678 OPS Ricky Nolasco[124] Miami Marlins 2–0; 0.56 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 10/1; CG SHO; .217 BAA
September 10–September 16 Miguel Cabrera[125] Detroit Tigers .407 (11–27); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 7 RBI; 1.243 OPS Chris Nelson[126] Colorado Rockies .560 (14–25); 6 Runs; 1 HR; 5 RBI; 1.417 OPS
September 17–September 23 Ichiro Suzuki[127] New York Yankees .600 (15–25); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 6 SB; 1.590 OPS Jason Motte[128] St. Louis Cardinals 5 Saves; 0.00 ERA; 4.2 IP; K/BB 10/0; .125 BAA
September 24–September 30 Chris Davis[129] Baltimore Orioles .423 (11–26); 8 Runs; 5 HR; 10 RBI; 1.521 OPS Homer Bailey[130] Cincinnati Reds 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 10/1; .000 BAA; No-hitter
Justin Verlander[129] Detroit Tigers 2–0; 1.20 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 16/2; .224 BAA

2011[edit]

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
March 31–April 3 Carlos Quentin Chicago White Sox .545 (6–11); 3 Runs; 1 HR; 7 RBI; 1.674 OPS Starlin Castro Chicago Cubs .615 (8–13); 4 Runs; 1.643 OPS
Jaime García St. Louis Cardinals 1–0; 9/2 K/BB; Complete game shutout
April 4–April 10 Paul Konerko Chicago White Sox .417 (10–24); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.315 OPS Prince Fielder Milwaukee Brewers .440 (11–25); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 11 RBI; 1.340 OPS
Asdrúbal Cabrera Cleveland Indians .360 (9–25); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.145 OPS
April 11–April 17 Dan Haren Los Angeles Angels 2–0; 15.1 IP; 1.17 ERA; 14/2 K/BB; CG SHO; .148 BAA Lance Berkman St. Louis Cardinals .417 (10–24); 9 Runs; 6 HR; 12 RBI; 1.628 OPS
Johnny Damon Tampa Bay Rays .375 (9–24); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 11 RBI; 1.025 OPS
April 18–April 24 James Shields Tampa Bay Rays 2–0; 0.50 ERA; 8 Hits; 16/3 K/BB; 2 CG; SHO; .138 BAA Ryan Braun Milwaukee Brewers .480 (12–25); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 9 RBI; 1.373 OPS
April 25–May 1 Ben Zobrist Tampa Bay Rays .440 (11–25); 8 Runs; 2 HR; 13 RBI; 1.404 OPS; 8 RBI game Lance Berkman St. Louis Cardinals .458 (11–24); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.313 OPS
May 2–May 8 Francisco Liriano Minnesota Twins 1–0; 2/6 K/BB; 1st career no-hitter Gaby Sánchez Florida Marlins .464 (13–28); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 10 RBI; 1.317 OPS
Justin Verlander Detroit Tigers 1–0; 1.80 ERA; 12/5 K/BB; .160 BAA; 2nd career no-hitter
May 9–May 15 Victor Martinez Detroit Tigers .579 (11–19); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 11 RBI; 1.757 OPS Martín Prado Atlanta Braves .462 (12–26); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.363 OPS
May 16–May 22 Alexei Ramírez Chicago White Sox .417 (10–24); 6 Runs; 6 2B; 1 HR; 9 RBI; 1.273 OPS Daniel Hudson Arizona Diamondbacks 2–0; 1.80 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 12/2; .281 BAA
Shaun Marcum Milwaukee Brewers 2–0; 1.20 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 12/3; .173 BAA
May 23–May 29 Carl Crawford Boston Red Sox .423 (11–26); 9 Runs; 2 3B; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.464 OPS Jay Bruce Cincinnati Reds .353 (12–34); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 13 RBI; 1.141 OPS
May 30–June 5 David Ortiz Boston Red Sox .545 (12–22); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 6 RBI; 1.583 OPS Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals .444 (12–27); 11 Runs; 5 HR; 10 RBI; 1.620 OPS
June 6–June 12 Jacoby Ellsbury Boston Red Sox .467 (14–30); 10 Runs; 1 HR; 4 RBI; 1.167 OPS Prince Fielder Milwaukee Brewers .500 (10–20); 7 Runs; 6 HR; 13 RBI; 2.143 OPS
June 13–June 19 James Shields Tampa Bay Rays 2–0; 18 IP; 2 CG; 0.00 ERA (1 run allowed); K/BB 15/3; .150 BAA Justin Upton Arizona Diamondbacks .552 (16–29); 4 Runs; 1 HR; 7 RBI; 1.356 OPS
Justin Verlander Detroit Tigers 2–0; 18 IP; 2 CG; 0.50 ERA (1 run allowed); K/BB 17/1; .103 BAA
June 20–June 26 Michael Young Texas Rangers .481 (13–27); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 9 RBI; 1.519 OPS Clayton Kershaw Los Angeles Dodgers 2–0; 18 IP; 2 CG (1 SHO); 1.00 ERA; K/BB 22/1; .138 BAA
June 27–July 3 Gio Gonzalez Oakland Athletics 2–0; 15 IP; 0.60 ERA; K/BB 16/6; .120 BAA Aramis Ramírez Chicago Cubs .393 (11–28); 9 Runs; 6 HR; 10 RBI; 1.491 OPS
José Bautista Toronto Blue Jays .391 (9–23); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.543 OPS
July 4–July 10 Derek Jeter New York Yankees .370 (10–27); 3 Runs; 1 HR; 4 RBI; 1.022 OPS; 3000th career hit Raúl Ibañez Philadelphia Phillies .310 (9–29); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 13 RBI; 0.989 OPS
July 11–July 17 Nick Markakis Baltimore Orioles .429 (6–14); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 4 RBI; 1.500 OPS Jeff Karstens Pittsburgh Pirates 1–0; 9 IP (SHO); 0.00 ERA; K/BB 2/0; .167 BAA
July 18–July 24 Hideki Matsui Oakland Athletics .571 (12–21); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 7 RBI; 1.543 OPS; 500th US/Japan HR Cameron Maybin Florida Marlins .538 (14–26); 8 Runs; 1 HR; 6 RBI; 8 SB; 1.248 OPS
Justin Upton Arizona Diamondbacks .519 (14–27); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 11 RBI; 8 XBH; 1.552 OPS
July 25–July 31 Billy Butler Kansas City Royals .406 (13–32); 6 Runs; 5 HR; 12 RBI; 1.349 OPS Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds .385 (10–26); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 9 RBI; 1.390 OPS
Ervin Santana Los Angeles Angels 1–0; 10/1 K/BB; 1st career no-hitter
August 1–August 7 Ricky Romero Toronto Blue Jays 2–0; 16 IP; 1.69 ERA; K/BB 12/4; .098 BAA Starlin Castro Chicago Cubs .515 (17–33); 10 Runs; 2 HR; 7 RBI; 1.300 OPS
August 8–August 14 J. J. Hardy Baltimore Orioles .323 (10–31); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.097 OPS Jay Bruce Cincinnati Reds .440 (11–25); 9 Runs; 5 HR; 15 RBI; 1.601 OPS
August 15–August 21 Jim Thome Minnesota Twins .429 (6–14); 4 Runs; 3 HR; 7 RBI; 1.601 OPS; 600th career home run Nick Hundley San Diego Padres .500 (12–24); 8 Runs; 8 XBH; 4 3B; 1 HR; 4 RBI; 1.603 OPS
Ryan Zimmerman Washington Nationals .500 (12–24); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 7 RBI; 1.458 OPS
August 22–August 28 Adrian Gonzalez Boston Red Sox .393 (11–28); 8 Runs; 5 HR; 9 RBI; 1.416 OPS Carlos González Colorado Rockies .481 (13–27); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.422 OPS
August 29–September 4 Austin Jackson Detroit Tigers .529 (18–34); 13 Runs; 8 XBH; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.513 OPS David Wright New York Mets .500 (13–26); 6 Runs; 1 HR; 7 RBI; 1.401 OPS
September 5–September 11 C. J. Wilson Texas Rangers 2–0; 17 IP; 0.00 ERA; K/BB 17/4; .179 BAA Jason Bay New York Mets .481 (13–27); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 10 RBI; 1.389 OPS
September 12–September 18 Erick Aybar Los Angeles Angels .455 (10–22); 8 Runs; 7 XBH; 3 HR; 5 RBI; 1.565 OPS Pablo Sandoval San Francisco Giants .440 (11–25); 5 Runs; 7 XBH; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.601 OPS
Justin Verlander Detroit Tigers 2–0; 15 IP; 0.00 ERA; K/BB 12/5; .176 BAA
September 19–September 25 Mariano Rivera New York Yankees 0–0; 2 Saves; 0.00 ERA; 3 IP; K/BB 3/1; .111 BAA; Became all-time saves leader Matt Kemp Los Angeles Dodgers .423 (11–26); 9 Runs; 7 XBH; 3 HR; 7 RBI; 1.368 OPS

2010[edit]

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
April 4–April 11 Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers .522 (1223); 2 HR; 8 RBI; 6 Runs Roy Halladay Philadelphia Phillies 2–0; 16 IP; 1 ER; 2 BB; 17 Ks
April 12–April 18 Shin-Soo Choo Cleveland Indians .579 (11–19); 3 HR; 11 RBI; .680 OBP Ubaldo Jiménez Colorado Rockies 1–0; 9 IP; 7 Ks; No-hitter
April 19–April 25 Kendry Morales Los Angeles Angels .542 (13–24); 3 HR; 10 RBI; 7 Runs; 1 K Mark Reynolds Arizona Diamondbacks .421 (8–19); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 5 Runs
April 26–May 2 Paul Konerko Chicago White Sox .316 (6–19); 4 HR; 10 RBI; 5 Runs David Freese St. Louis Cardinals .462 (12–26); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 4 Runs
May 3–May 9 Dallas Braden Oakland Athletics 1–1; 16 IP; 3 ER; 0 BB; 9 Ks; Perfect game Jayson Werth Philadelphia Phillies .360 (9–25); 4 HR; 9 RBI; 6 Runs; 4 2B
May 10–May 16 José Bautista Toronto Blue Jays .444 (8–18); 4 HR; 8 RBI; 8 Runs Martín Prado Atlanta Braves .367 (11–30); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 4 Runs
May 17–May 23 Nelson Cruz Texas Rangers .458 (11–24); 2 HR; 12 RBI; 5 Runs; 5 2B Adrian Gonzalez San Diego Padres .444 (12–27); 2 HR; 9 RBI; 6 Runs; 3 2B
May 24–May 30 Robinson Canó New York Yankees .565 (13–23); 9 RBI; 5 Runs; 4 2B Roy Halladay Philadelphia Phillies 1–1; 14.2 IP; 12 Ks; Perfect game
May 31–June 6 Armando Galarraga Detroit Tigers 1–0; CG SHO; 1 H; 88 P; Near-perfect game Colby Rasmus St. Louis Cardinals .500 (11–22); 3 HR; 9 RBI; 8 Runs; 4 multi-hit games
June 7–June 13 Josh Hamilton Texas Rangers .370 (10–27); 4 HR; 13 RBI; 7 Runs; 1.322 OPS Stephen Strasburg Washington Nationals 2–0; 2.19 ERA; 22 Ks; 14 strikeouts in his major league debut
Colby Lewis 2–0; 1.80 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 15/4
June 14–June 20 Carl Crawford Tampa Bay Rays .429 (9–21); 9 Runs; 2 3B; 3 SB, 1.381 OPS Matt Holliday St. Louis Cardinals .435 (10–23); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.480 OPS
June 21–June 27 Carlos Quentin Chicago White Sox .389 (7–18); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 11 RBI; 1.633 OPS Edwin Jackson Arizona Diamondbacks 1–0; 9 IP; 6 Ks; No-hitter
June 28–July 4 Jim Thome Minnesota Twins .400 (8–20); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.628 OPS Rafael Furcal Los Angeles Dodgers .538 (14–26); 9 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.495 OPS
July 5–July 11 Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers .435 (10–23); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.395 OPS Buster Posey San Francisco Giants .556 (15–27); 9 Runs; 5 HR; 14 RBI; 1.816 OPS
July 12–July 18 Bengie Molina Texas Rangers .417 (5–12); 2 HR; 6 RBI; 1.583 OPS; hit for cycle Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies .400 (6–15); 4 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.674 OPS
July 19–July 25 Luke Scott Baltimore Orioles .481 (13–27); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.537 OPS Aramis Ramírez Chicago Cubs .360 (9–25); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.233 OPS
July 26–August 1 José Bautista Toronto Blue Jays .545 (12–22); 8 Runs; 5 HR; 13 RBI; 1.993 OPS Carlos Gonzalez Colorado Rockies .533 (16–30); 10 Runs; 4 HR; 7 RBI; 1.625 OPS; hit for cycle
Matt Garza Tampa Bay Rays 1–0; 16 IP; 2.25 ERA; K/BB 15/2; No-hitter
August 2–August 8 Trevor Cahill Oakland Athletics 2–0; 17 IP; 2 Runs (0 ER); K/BB 6/4; CG SHO Ryan Braun Milwaukee Brewers .538 (14–26); 8 Runs; 4 RBI; 1.125 OPS
August 9–August 15 Bobby Abreu Los Angeles Angels .524 (11–21); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 1.568 OPS Mike Stanton Florida Marlins .583 (14–24); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.921 OPS
August 16–August 22 Evan Longoria Tampa Bay Rays .393 (11–28); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 12 RBI; 1.329 OPS Omar Infante Atlanta Braves .433 (13–30); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 5 RBI; 1.385 OPS
Robinson Canó New York Yankees .333 (9–27); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 13 RBI; 1.252 OPS
August 23–August 29 José Bautista Toronto Blue Jays .500 (10–20); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 7 RBI; 2.005 OPS Carlos Gonzalez Colorado Rockies .545 (12–22); 8 Runs; 4 HR; 11 RBI; 1.956 OPS
August 30–September 5 Mark Teixeira New York Yankees .476 (10–21); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.538 OPS Hunter Pence Houston Astros .500 (11–22); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 9 RBI; 1.451 OPS
September 6–September 12 Brayan Peña Kansas City Royals .435 (10–23); 3 Runs; 1 HR; 9 RBI; 1.130 OPS Troy Tulowitzki Colorado Rockies .370 (10–27); 9 Runs; 8 XBH; 6 HR; 11 RBI; 1.562 OPS
September 13–September 19 Shin-Soo Choo Cleveland Indians .500 (10–20); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 11 RBI; 1.765 OPS Troy Tulowitzki Colorado Rockies .346 (9–26); 9 Runs; 6 HR; 17 RBI; 1.470 OPS
September 20–September 26 Ichiro Suzuki Seattle Mariners .444 (12–27); collected 200th hit for 10 straight seasons Pedro Alvarez Pittsburgh Pirates .417 (10–24); 4 Runs; 2 HR; 13 RBI; 1.233 OPS
September 27–October 3 Edwin Encarnación Toronto Blue Jays .400 (8–20); 6 Runs; 5 HR; 11 RBI; 1.585 OPS Jay Bruce Cincinnati Reds .444 (8–18); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 5 RBI; 1.611 OPS; clinched Reds playoff berth with walk-off HR

2009[edit]

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
April 5–April 12 Evan Longoria Tampa Bay Rays .481 (13–27) 5 HR; 10 RBI; 1.185 SLG Josh Johnson Florida Marlins 2–0; 15.2 IP; 1 ER; 15 Ks
April 13–April 19 Zack Greinke Kansas City Royals 2–0; 14 IP; 0 ER; 2 BB; 19 Ks Andre Ethier Los Angeles Dodgers .391 (9–23); 4 HR; 12 RBI; 8 Runs
Ian Kinsler Texas Rangers .556 (15–27); 6 RBI; 9 Runs; Hit for cycle/6 H game
April 20–April 26 Mike Lowell Boston Red Sox .435 (11–23) 6 XBH; 11 RBI; 4 Runs Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals .450 (9–20); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 7 Runs
April 27–May 3 Evan Longoria Tampa Bay Rays .379 (11–29) 6 XBH; 14 RBI; 9 Runs Jorge Cantú Florida Marlins .346 (9–26); 4 HR; 14 RBI; 6 Runs
May 4–May 10 Johnny Damon New York Yankees .419 (13–31) 5 HR; 15 RBI; 7 Runs Ryan Braun Milwaukee Brewers .458 (11–24); 3 HR; 12 RBI; 8 Runs
May 11–May 17 Roy Halladay Toronto Blue Jays 2–0; 16 IP; 2 ER; 1 BB; 13 Ks Raúl Ibañez Philadelphia Phillies .481 (13–27); 4 HR; 12 RBI; 9 Runs
May 18–May 24 Joe Mauer Minnesota Twins .458 (11–24); 4 HR; 13 RBI; 12 Runs Miguel Tejada Houston Astros .522 (12–23); 3 HR; 5 Runs; 0 K
May 25–May 31 Luke Scott Baltimore Orioles .444 (8–18); 6 HR; 14 RBI; 7 Runs Adrian Gonzalez San Diego Padres .333 (6–18); 4 HR; 10 RBI; 6 Runs
Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies .333 (8–24); 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.000 SLG
June 1–June 7 Lyle Overbay Toronto Blue Jays .533 (8–15); 6 XBH; 8 RBI; 1.200 SLG Ian Stewart Colorado Rockies .480 (12–25); 4 HR; 12 RBI; 9 Runs
June 8–June 14 José Contreras Chicago White Sox 2–0; 16 IP; 0 ER; 3 H; 3 BB; 11 Ks Mark Reynolds Arizona Diamondbacks .414 (10–24); 3 HR; 9 RBI; 5 2B
Huston Street Colorado Rockies 5 Saves; 4.2 IP; 1 ER; 3 H; 1 BB; 8 Ks
June 15–June 21 B. J. Upton Tampa Bay Rays .429 (12–28); 5 XBH; 9 RBI; 6 Runs Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals .389 (7–18); 4 HR; 11 RBI; 6 Runs (1,000th run)
June 22–June 28 Jermaine Dye Chicago White Sox .500 (12–24); 3 HR; 6 RBI; 25 TB Chad Gaudin San Diego Padres 2–0; 15 IP; 2 ER; 3 BB; 20 Ks
Mariano Rivera New York Yankees 3 Saves; 3 IP; 0 ER; 1 H; 0 BB; (500th save) Hanley Ramírez Florida Marlins .385 (10–26); 3 HR; 15 RBI; 2 grand slams
June 29–July 5 Justin Morneau Minnesota Twins .480 (12–25); 4 HR; 8 RBI; .536 OBP Martín Prado Atlanta Braves .577 (15–26); 8 2B; 6 RBI; 8 Runs
July 6–July 12 Josh Beckett Boston Red Sox 2–0; 15.2 IP; 2 ER; 1 BB; 11 Ks Ryan Ludwick St. Louis Cardinals .481 (13–27); 4 HR; 15 RBI; 6 Runs
Jonathan Sánchez San Francisco Giants 1–0; 11 IP; 0 ER; 0 BB; 12 Ks; No-hitter
July 13–July 19 Jim Thome Chicago White Sox .500 (5–10); .615 OBP; 1.200 SLG; 7 RBI game Yunel Escobar Atlanta Braves .500 (7–14); 5 XBH; 8 RBI; 1.143 SLG
July 20–July 26 Mark Buehrle Chicago White Sox 1–0; 9 IP; 6 Ks; Perfect game Andre Ethier Los Angeles Dodgers .545 (12–22); 7 XBH; 6 RBI; 8 Runs
July 27–August 2 Kendry Morales Los Angeles Angels .423 (11–26); 5 HR; 13 RBI; 7 Runs Tim Lincecum San Francisco Giants 2–0; 17 IP; 0 ER; 4 BB; 23 Ks (15 K game)
Josh Willingham Washington Nationals .435 (10–23); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 2 grand slam game
August 3–August 9 Billy Butler Kansas City Royals .538 (14–26); 7 XBH; 10 RBI; 6 Runs Mark Reynolds Arizona Diamondbacks .448(13–29); 6 HR; 10 RBI; 32 TB
August 10–August 16 Mark Ellis Oakland Athletics .571 (12–21); 4 XBH; 11 RBI; .857 SLG Adrian Gonzalez San Diego Padres .633 (19–31); 3 HR; 8 RBI; 10 Runs; 6 H game
August 17–August 23 Michael Young Texas Rangers .500 (15–30); 8 RBI; 7 Runs; 4 XBH Jayson Werth Philadelphia Phillies .440 (11–25); 5 HR; 9 RBI; 7 Runs
August 24–August 30 Zack Greinke Kansas City Royals 2–0; 17 IP; 2 ER; 2 BB; 20 Ks (15 K game); 1 hitter Ryan Howard Philadelphia Phillies .393 (11–28); 5 HR; 12 RBI; 24 TB
August 31–September 6 Adam Lind Toronto Blue Jays .321 (9–28); 3 HR; 12 RBI (8 RBI game); 9 Runs Seth Smith Colorado Rockies .542 (13–24); 4 HR; 12 RBI; 10 Runs; 30 TB
Evan Longoria Tampa Bay Rays .467 (14–30); 3 HR; 10 RBI; 10 Runs
September 7–September 13 Billy Butler Kansas City Royals .419 (13–31); 5 2B; 12 RBI; 24 TB Javier Vázquez Atlanta Braves 2–0; 16 IP; 2 ER; 4 BB; 17 Ks
September 14–September 20 Michael Cuddyer Minnesota Twins .292 (7–24); 4 HR; 11 RBI; 5 Runs Troy Tulowitzki Colorado Rockies .391 (9–23); 4 HR; 5 RBI; 8 Runs
September 21–September 27 Marlon Byrd Texas Rangers .320 (8–25); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 7 Runs Joey Votto Cincinnati Reds .560 (14–25); 10 2B; 8 RBI; 11 Runs
September 28–October 4 Jason Kubel Minnesota Twins .423 (11–26); 3 HR; 12 RBI; 5 Runs Homer Bailey Cincinnati Reds 2–0; 13 IP; 1 ER; 4 BB; 14 Ks
Delmon Young .448 (13–29); 3 HR; 12 RBI; 6 Runs

2008[edit]

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
March 31–April 6 A. J. Pierzynski Chicago White Sox 2–0; 16 IP; 2 ER; 3 BB; 12 Ks Xavier Nady Pittsburgh Pirates .385 (10–26); 3 HR; 9 RBI; 6 Runs
April 7–April 13 Brian Bannister Kansas City Royals 2–0; 14 IP; 2 ER; 9 Ks Matt Holliday Colorado Rockies .480 (12–25); 5 XBH; 10 RBI; 6 Runs
Raúl Ibañez Seattle Mariners .370 (10–27); 4 HR; 11 RBI; 7 Runs
April 14–April 20 Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers .429 (12–28); 6 XBH; 12 RBI; 7 Runs Conor Jackson Arizona Diamondbacks .480 (12–25); 3 HR; 10 RBI; 10 Runs; 2 3B
Manny Ramirez Boston Red Sox .417 (10–24); 4 HR; 8 RBI; 7 Runs
April 21–April 27 James Shields Tampa Bay Rays 2–0; 16 IP; 2 ER; 3 BB; 12 Ks Lance Berkman Houston Astros .455 (10–22); 4 HR; 12 RBI; 7 Runs
April 28–May 4 Jack Cust Oakland Athletics .500 (10–20); 3 HR; 4 RBI; 6 Runs Matt Kemp Los Angeles Dodgers .407 (11–27); 4 2B; 11 RBI; 7 Runs
May 5–May 11 Kevin Youkilis Boston Red Sox .375 (12–32); 5 HR; 10 RBI; 8 Runs Lance Berkman Houston Astros .682 (15–22); 6 XBH; 10 Runs; .741 OBP; 5 H game
May 12–May 18 José Guillén Kansas City Royals .458 (11–24); 7 XBH; 13 RBI; 4 Runs Alfonso Soriano Chicago Cubs .516 (16–31); 7 HR; 14 RBI; 10 Runs; 5 H game
May 19–May 25 Jon Lester Boston Red Sox 1–1; 14 IP; 3 ER; 12 Ks; No-hitter Bengie Molina San Francisco Giants .652 (16–23); 6 2B; 9 RBI; 5 Runs
Magglio Ordóñez Detroit Tigers .478 (11–23); 3 HR; 9 RBI; 7 Runs
May 26–June 1 Mariano Rivera New York Yankees 3 Saves; 5 IP; 0 ER; 1 H; 2 BB; 7 Ks Chase Utley Philadelphia Phillies .391 (9–23); 5 HR; 14 RBI; 9 Runs
June 2–June 8 Milton Bradley Texas Rangers .538 (14–26); 5 HR; 9 RBI; 12 Runs Chipper Jones Atlanta Braves .579 (11–19); 3 HR; 6 RBI (400th HR)
Joe Crede Chicago White Sox .611 (11–18); 5 HR; 12 RBI; 9 Runs
June 9–June 15 C. C. Sabathia Cleveland Indians 2–0; 17 IP; 3 ER; 1 BB; 15 Ks Ryan Doumit Pittsburgh Pirates .400 (10–25); 4 HR; 7 RBI; 8 Runs
Ricky Nolasco Florida Marlins 2–0; 14.2 IP; 2 ER; 2 BB; 15 Ks
June 16–June 22 Jermaine Dye Chicago White Sox .417 (10–24); 5 HR; 13 RBI; 7 Runs; 1 K Jeff Baker Colorado Rockies .435 (10–23); 4 HR; 7 RBI; 8 Runs
June 23–June 29 Evan Longoria Tampa Bay Rays .433 (13–30); 3 HR; 10 RBI; 7 Runs; 5 2B Jonathan Sánchez San Francisco Giants 2–0; 14.2 IP; 2 ER; 3 BB; 14 Ks
June 30–July 6 Aubrey Huff Baltimore Orioles .345 (10–29); 3 HR; 9 RBI; 1 K J. J. Hardy Milwaukee Brewers .600 (18–30); 6 HR; 12 RBI; 8 Runs; 41 TB
July 7–July 13 Matt Joyce Detroit Tigers .409 (9–22); 4 HR; 6 RBI; 6 Runs; 4 2B Mike Pelfrey New York Mets 2–0; 15 IP; 0 ER; 0 BB; 10 Ks
July 14–July 20 Luke Scott Baltimore Orioles .538 (7–13); 3 HR; 6 RBI; 4 Runs Willie Harris Washington Nationals .583 (7–12); 7 RBI; 5 Runs; .688 OBP
July 21–July 27 Miguel Cabrera Detroit Tigers .464 (13–28); 3 2B; 13 RBI; 2 Runs Conor Jackson Arizona Diamondbacks .542 (13–24); 3 HR; 7 RBI; 9 Runs
July 28–August 3 Mike Avilés Kansas City Royals .577 (15–26); 6 XBH; 7 Runs; 1 K Ryan Ludwick St. Louis Cardinals .538 (14–26); 4 HR; 8 RBI; 7 Runs
Xavier Nady New York Yankees .526 (10–19); 3 HR; 10 RBI; 7 Runs
August 4–August 10 Marlon Byrd Texas Rangers .550 (11–20); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 7 Runs Carlos Lee Houston Astros .571 (16–28); 6 XBH; 8 RBI; 9 Runs
August 11–August 17 Melvin Mora Baltimore Orioles .563 (18–32); 8 XBH; 13 RBI; 8 Runs; 5 H game Johan Santana New York Mets 2–0; 16 IP; 3 ER; 2 BB; 13 Ks
Javier Vázquez Chicago White Sox 2–0; 16 IP; 1 ER; 1 BB; 18 Ks Ty Wigginton Houston Astros .571 (16–28); 4 HR; 11 RBI; 9 Runs
August 18–August 24 Francisco Rodríguez Los Angeles Angels 3 Saves; 4 IP; 0 ER; 5 Ks Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals .579 (11–19); 6 XBH; 10 RBI; 1 K
August 25–August 31 Aubrey Huff Baltimore Orioles .478 (11–23); 6 XBH; 7 RBI; 5 Runs Cristian Guzmán Washington Nationals .522 (16–29); 5 XBH; 6 RBI; Hit for cycle
Bronson Arroyo Cincinnati Reds 2–0; 16 IP; 3 ER; 2 BB; 8 Ks
September 1–September 7 Alex Ríos Toronto Blue Jays .414 (12–29); 3 HR; 8 RBI; 2 3B Andre Ethier Los Angeles Dodgers .650 (13–20); 6 XBH; 8 RBI; 10 Runs
Roy Oswalt Houston Astros 2–0; 17.1 IP; 0 ER; 2 BB; 9 Ks; 1 hitter
September 8–September 14 Asdrúbal Cabrera Cleveland Indians .455 (10–22); 4 XBH; 8 RBI; 1 K Carlos Zambrano Chicago Cubs 1–0; 9 IP; 1 BB; 10 Ks; No-hitter
Carlos Gómez Minnesota Twins .333 (7–21); 3 XBH; 10 RBI; 2 Runs
September 15–September 21 Carlos Peña Tampa Bay Rays .368 (7–19); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 5 Runs Prince Fielder Milwaukee Brewers .462 (12–26); 3 HR; 11 RBI; 6 Runs
September 22–September 28 Hank Blalock Texas Rangers .400 (10–22); 4 HR; 9 RBI; 8 Runs Albert Pujols St. Louis Cardinals .588 (10–17); 3 HR; 10 RBI; .680 OBP
Ben Zobrist Tampa Bay Rays .455 (10–22); 4 HR; 7 RBI; 8 Runs

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