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PBL Players of the Week - Week 8

PBL Players of the Week - Week 8

PBL Players of the Week (Week of 7-10-23)




North Division Pitcher of the Week: Dawson Day (Missoula PaddleHeads)

The third PaddleHead to win Pitcher of the Week, Dawson Day earns the honors for the North Division. Day had himself, well a day against the Great Falls Voyagers on Friday, getting his first career start for the PaddleHeads and delivering a 10-0 win. Day pitched a full seven shutout innings, striking out ten batters and only allowing four hits and one walk, not letting a single batter cross the plate. Day made the noise in his Missoula debut, becoming the only pitcher to toss a scoreless start in the week.









North Division Batter of the Week: Dondrei Hubbard (Missoula PaddleHeads)

The honor of North Division Batter goes to another PaddleHead, this one being catcher Dondrei Hubbard. He is the fifth PaddleHead to win Batter of the Week. He recorded a hit in every game against Great Falls, totaling 13 hits and six runs batted in. Seven of those hits went for extra bases, including a home run on Friday’s 10-0 victory, and six doubles.









South Division Pitcher of the Week: Mitchell Stone (Ogden Raptors)

Mitchell Stone of the Ogden Raptors once again is the South Division Pitcher of the Week, becoming the first player this season to win player of the week three times and earn back-to-back nods in any category. His start against the Rocky Mountain Vibes on Thursday was his longest outing yet, tossing 7 1/3 innings in a 3-2 win. He struck out eight batters and only allowed two walks, five hits, and two runs, one earned on a solo home run from Elvis Peralta. Stone’s pitching has become very tough for opposing batters, and he’s now third in the PBL in ERA and fourth in strikeouts.








South Division Batter of the Week: Jaylen Hubbard (Grand Junction Jackalopes)

For the second time this season, Jaylen Hubbard of the Grand Junction Jackalopes wins Batter of the Week for the South Division. In what was a very high-scoring series against the Northern Colorado Owlz, Hubbard mashed against the Northern Colorado aces, tacking on 15 hits and batting in 17 runs. He ended up everywhere on the basepath, recording four doubles, two triples, and three home runs, including two dingers in Wednesday’s 22-7 rout. Grand Junction stands just behind Rocky Mountain in the South, ready to make a push in the second half of the season.