Jeff Kobernus, Harrisburg Senators, Washington Nationals - The second baseman is hitting.340 in 23 games with 5 walks in 97 AB's and leading the league in hits with 33. He's struck out just 14 times. His impressive speed has resulted in a league-leading 18 stolen bases.
Jared Goedert, Akron Aeroes, Cleveland Indians - In six of his last ten games he's collected 2 hits per contest. The third baseman has drawn 13 walks in 17 games and his .379 average leads all Aeros hitters.
Chris Rahl, Harrisburg - He leads the league in RBI with 18 and his 18 runs scored is tied for first with two others. He's second in stolen bases to teammate Kobernus with 8. His .589 SLG percentage is second in the league.
Darrin Ruf, Reading Phillies - The first baseman is third in hits with 29 and third in average, hitting .372 in 22 games. He has 15 hits in ten games, with a 5-hit night on April 15th.
Rob Brantly, Erie Seawolves, Detroit Tigers - Third in RBI with 16, and 9 of his 23 hits are doubles. He currently has a 7-game hitting streak going.
Daniel Rosenbaum, Harrisburg - The most impressive pitcher so far this season, his 0.94 ERA leads the league, as does his 3-0 record, innings pitched (28), and walks allowed (2), owed to his improved command and ability to throw strikes with both his off-speed stuff and his fastball.
Zack Wheeler, Binghamton Mets - The righty's 30 strikeouts leads the league and he hasn't surrendered a home run to anyone in 25 innings of work. He hasn't given up more than 5 hits over 5 starts, and 2-hit Erie on April 29th.
Trevor May, Reading - His 0.87 WHIP is second to Rosenbaum and he's third in strikeouts with 26. He leads the team with a 4-0 record and his 12 hits allowed are also lowest of all Reading pitchers this season.
Chris Heston, Richmond Flying Squirrels, SF Giants - The RHP's 1.13 ERA is second in the league. On April 7th he allowed one hit in 5 innings against New Britain. He struck out 7 on April 25th, allowing just one run on six hits.
Luke French, New Britian Rock Cats, Minnesota Twins - He's pitched deep in games for the Rock Cats, tied with two others with 30 innings pitched. His 0.97 WHIP is 4th in the league. His 1.80 ERA is currently lowest overall of all Rock Cats pitchers.