Here's the Farmstros Five for the week of July 19-25, 2012:
The Top Performer:
David Martinez, 24, RHP, Lancaster. Martinez pitched 13 scoreless innings in two outings for the JetHawks. He allowed 14 hits and struck out seven.
The Next Three(really four):
Carlos Correa, 17, SS and Rio Ruiz, 18, 3B, GCL Astros. The two 2012 draft picks were almost identical on the week. Both were 9 for 23 with three extra-base hits(Correa- 2 HR; Ruiz- 2 Triples) and two RBI.
Jimmy Paredes, 23, 2B, Oklahoma City. Paredes was 14 for 33 with two doubles, three home runs, six RBI and seven runs scored.
Aaron West, 22, RHP, Tri-City. West gave up just two hits and struck out seven, while pitching seven scoreless innings for the ValleyCats.
Who is the Farmstros Five #5 for Week 16
Rayderson Chevalier, 17, RHP, DSL Astros. Chevalier went five scoreless innings in his start. He struck out eight and surrendered two hits.
Jose Cisnero, 23, RHP, Oklahoma City. Cisnero pitched a nine-inning complete game for Corpus Christi. He allowed only five hits and one run, striking out seven. He has since been promoted to AAA.
Jarred Cosart, 22, RHP, Oklahoma City. Cosart, like Cisnero. has been called up from AA to Oklahoma City. In his start for Corpus Christi this week, Cosart pitched 7 2/3 scoreless. He gave up only three hits in the outing.
Delino DeShields, 19, 2B, Lexington. DeShields was 12 for 32 with three doubles, one home run, eight runs scored and five stolen bases.
Enderson Franco, 19, RHP, GCL Astros. Franco pitched a seven-inning, complete game shutout. His opponents only reached him for six hits.
Mike Kvasnicka, 23, C/OF, Lexington. Kvasnicka was 10 for 29 on the week. He had two doubles, four home runs and 14 RBI for the Legends.
George Springer, 22, OF, Lancaster. Springer was 10 for 24 on the week with one double, one triple and five RBI.