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MLB Player of the Week

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.

2013

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

2012

Week American League National League
Player(s) Team(s) Highlights Player(s) Team(s) Highlights
April 4–April 8 Miguel Cabrera[50] Detroit Tigers .455 (5–11); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.806 OPS Matt Kemp[51] Los Angeles Dodgers .412 (7–17); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 8 RBI; 1.212 OPS
April 9–April 15 Josh Willingham[52] Minnesota Twins .455 (10–22); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 4 RBI; 1.448 OPS Matt Kemp[52] Los Angeles Dodgers .545 (12–22); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.797 OPS
April 16–April 22 Philip Humber[53] Chicago White Sox 1–0; 0.63 ERA; 14.1 IP; K/BB 16/3; .122 BAA; Perfect game Freddie Freeman[53] Atlanta Braves .478 (11–23); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 14 RBI; 1.568 OPS
April 23–April 29 Paul Konerko[54] Chicago White Sox .435 (10–23); 3 Runs; 3 HR; 4 RBI; 1.457 OPS Jay Bruce[55] Cincinnati Reds .476 (10–21); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.685 OPS
April 30–May 6 Jered Weaver[56] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 9/1; .000 BAA; No-hitter Freddie Freeman[57] Atlanta Braves .367 (11–30); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.130 OPS
May 7–May 13 Josh Hamilton[58] Texas Rangers .467 (14–30); 10 Runs; 9 HR; 18 RBI; 1.963 OPS; 4 home run game (May 8) Carlos Beltrán[59] St. Louis Cardinals .360 (9–25); 8 Runs; 6 HR; 13 RBI; 1.648 OPS
May 14–May 20 J. P. Arencibia[60] Toronto Blue Jays .360 (9–25); 7 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.305 OPS Clayton Kershaw[61] Los Angeles Dodgers 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 10/3; CG SHO; .185 BAA
May 21–May 27 Paul Konerko[62] Chicago White Sox .583 (14–24); 10 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.740 OPS R. A. Dickey[63] New York Mets 2–0; 0.63 ERA; 14.1 IP; K/BB 21/1; .167 BAA
May 28–June 3 Justin Smoak[64] Seattle Mariners .348 (8–23); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 8 RBI; 1.265 OPS Johan Santana[65] 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[66] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .500 (11–22); 10 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.605 OPS Ryan Dempster[67] Chicago Cubs 2–0; 0.00 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 9/1; .137 BAA
Mike Trout[66] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .520 (13–25); 10 Runs; 4 RBI; 4 SB; 1.167 OPS Jason Kubel[67] Arizona Diamondbacks .409 (9–22); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 12 RBI; 1.253 OPS
June 11–June 17 Brandon Moss[68] Oakland Athletics .348 (8–23); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 10 RBI; 1.530 OPS Matt Cain[69] San Francisco Giants 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 14/0; .000 BA; Perfect game
June 18–June 24 Will Middlebrooks[70] Boston Red Sox .625 (10–16); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 2.007 OPS Jason Heyward[71] Atlanta Braves .522 (12–23); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 5 RBI; 1.672 OPS
June 25–July 1 Robinson Canó[72] New York Yankees .414 (12–29); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.310 OPS Mat Latos[73] Cincinnati Reds 2–0; 1.00 ERA; 18 IP (2 CG); K/BB 20/2; .100 BAA
July 2–July 8 Kevin Youkilis[74] Chicago White Sox .478 (11–23); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.484 OPS Andrew McCutchen[74] Pittsburgh Pirates .517 (15–29); 11 Runs; 3 HR; 9 RBI; 1.479 OPS
July 9–July 15 Yoenis Céspedes[75] Oakland Athletics .571 (8–14); 5 Runs; 2 HR; 6 RBI; 1.643 OPS Andrew McCutchen[76] Pittsburgh Pirates .583 (7–12); 3 Runs; 3 HR; 4 RBI; 1.976 OPS
July 16–July 22 Adrian Gonzalez[77] Boston Red Sox .429 (12–28); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 12 RBI; 1.179 OPS Ryan Zimmerman[78] Washington Nationals .500 (15–30); 9 Runs; 5 HR; 8 RBI; 1.638 OPS
July 23–July 29 Billy Butler[79] Kansas City Royals .458 (11–24); 4 Runs; 1 HR; 6 RBI; 1.260 OPS Carlos Gómez[80] Milwaukee Brewers .346 (9–26); 10 Runs; 4 HR; 10 RBI; 1.264 OPS
Drew Stubbs[80] Cincinnati Reds .370 (10–27); 9 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.197 OPS
July 30–August 5 Albert Pujols[81] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim .424 (14–33); 9 Runs; 6 HR; 13 RBI; 1.566 OPS A. J. Burnett[82] Pittsburgh Pirates 2–0; 1.02 ERA; 17.2 IP; K/BB 15/5; CG SHO; .071 BAA
August 6–August 12 Adrian Gonzalez[83] Boston Red Sox .393 (11–28); 6 Runs; 2 HR; 14 RBI; 1.290 OPS Chase Headley[84] San Diego Padres .333 (8–24); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 11 RBI; 1.110 OPS
Manny Machado[83] Baltimore Orioles .375 (6–16); 5 Runs; 3 HR; 7 RBI; 1.500 OPS
August 13–August 19 Félix Hernández[85] Seattle Mariners 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 12/0; .000 BAA; Perfect game Cole Hamels[86] Philadelphia Phillies 2–0; 1.62 ERA; 16.2 IP; K/BB 15/2; CG SHO; .246 BAA
August 20–August 26 Adrián Beltré[87] Texas Rangers .433 (13–30); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 9 RBI; 1.533 OPS Giancarlo Stanton[88] Miami Marlins .286 (8–28); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 8 RBI; 1.167 OPS
August 27–September 2 Josh Reddick[89] Oakland Athletics .387 (12–31); 6 Runs; 3 HR; 10 RBI; 1.136 OPS Pedro Alvarez[90] Pittsburgh Pirates .458 (11–24); 6 Runs; 4 HR; 8 RBI; 1.542 OPS
September 3–September 9 James Shields[91] Tampa Bay Rays 2–0; 1.59 ERA; 17 IP; K/BB 13/3; CG SHO; .127 BAA Jay Bruce[92] Cincinnati Reds .500 (11–22); 5 Runs; 4 HR; 9 RBI; 1.769 OPS
B. J. Upton[91] Tampa Bay Rays .400 (8–20); 7 Runs; 5 HR; 6 RBI; 1.678 OPS Ricky Nolasco[92] Miami Marlins 2–0; 0.56 ERA; 16 IP; K/BB 10/1; CG SHO; .217 BAA
September 10–September 16 Miguel Cabrera[93] Detroit Tigers .407 (11–27); 7 Runs; 3 HR; 7 RBI; 1.243 OPS Chris Nelson[94] Colorado Rockies .560 (14–25); 6 Runs; 1 HR; 5 RBI; 1.417 OPS
September 17–September 23 Ichiro Suzuki[95] New York Yankees .600 (15–25); 7 Runs; 2 HR; 5 RBI; 6 SB; 1.590 OPS Jason Motte[96] St. Louis Cardinals 5 Saves; 0.00 ERA; 4.2 IP; K/BB 10/0; .125 BAA
September 24–September 30 Chris Davis[97] Baltimore Orioles .423 (11–26); 8 Runs; 5 HR; 10 RBI; 1.521 OPS Homer Bailey[98] Cincinnati Reds 1–0; 0.00 ERA; 9 IP; K/BB 10/1; .000 BAA; No-hitter
Justin Verlander[97] Detroit Tigers 2–0; 1.20 ERA; 15 IP; K/BB 16/2; .224 BAA

2011

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

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

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

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

See also

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References

External links

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