Champ Stuart Named League Player of the Week


Stuart Named League Player of the Week

BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton Rumble Ponies outfielder Champ Stuart has been named the Eastern League Player of the Week. In six games during the week (April 24-30), the Bahamas native hit .455 (10-for-22) with two doubles, a triple, two home runs, five RBI and five stolen bases. Stuart capped his stellar week with a game-tying homer in the ninth inningon Sunday.

Selected by the Mets in the 6th round in 2013, Stuart has excelled in his second season with Binghamton. He is batting .250 with a league-leading total of 11 stolen bases. The speedy outfielder matched a career-high with three stolen bases in one game against Akron on April 26. He has not been nabbed while attempting to steal in his last 17 tries, dating back to last season.
Stuart is the first Rumble Pony to receive weekly league honors this season.


Thomas Brennan said...

Keep it up, Champ

Adam Smith said...

Such an intriguing combination of tools. It would be great if he put it all together.

Thomas Brennan said...

Adam, Champ arguably has the most speed of any Met pro ever. He just needs to put the ball in play more...with his speed, anything can happen when he actually hits the ball.

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