Cedric Mullins (‘14 Utica/Baltimore Orioles)

Cedric Mullins has been making headlines across the MLB recently as the Orioles star center fielder made an early candidate for catch of the year in Monday night’s win against Minnesota. The former Blue Sox standout has also been red-hot at the plate, as he is currently on a seven-game hit streak, batting .429 (9-21), with a double, two home runs, and six RBIs over the last week.


Jordan Westburg (‘18 Elmira/Baltimore Orioles)

Another PGCBL to Baltimore product, Jordan Westburg has also been on a tear at the dish, batting .455 (10-22) with two doubles, two home runs and seven RBIs. The former Pioneer’s tear includes two separate three-hit, two-RBI nights over his last three games.


Matt Quatraro (‘93 Amsterdam/Kansas City Royals)

The lone skipper on this list, Quatraro has the Royals off to an 11-6 start, as Kansas City sits 0.5 games back of Cleveland for first place in the AL Central. Over the last week, Quatraro’s squad went 5-2, including a series sweep of Houston. Kansas City’s starting pitching rotation is the only team in the MLB to have three starters in the top 13 in ERA, as the Royals’ trio of Brady Singer (3rd, 0.98), Seth Lugo (7th, 1.05), and Cole Ragans (13th, 1.93) have been off to terrific starts.


Ernie Clement (‘14 Albany/Toronto Blue Jays)

Ernie Clement went 2-4 in Toronto’s series-clinching win over Colorado, as the former Dutchmen is hitting .265 through the first two weeks of the MLB season.


Matt Thaiss (‘13 Watertown/Los Angeles Angels)

The former Watertown star has been making the most of his opportunities with the Angels this year, batting .444 (4-9) with three RBIs.