Players of the Week
**Player: OF John Mayberry, Lehigh Valley. Hit .346 over 7 games with 6 runs, 9 hits, a double, 3 homers and an organization-high 10 RBI. Boosted average from .269 to .284. For the season, he is hitting .284 with 19 RBI. 13 of his hits are extra-base hits (7 doubles, 6 homers). The 25-year-old came to the Phillies from the Texas Rangers in a trade for OF Greg Golson, 11/20/08.
**Pitcher: RHP Justin De Fratus, Lakewood. Relieved in 2 games, 0 runs in 6.1 innings, 5 hits, 0 walks and 6 strikeouts. Stretched his scoreless streak to 12 innings, during which he recorded 16 strikeouts. For the season, he is 0-0, 1 save, 0.98 ERA for 8 appearances. He has yet to walk a batter and has 21 strikeouts. The 21-year-old was selected in the 11th round in 2007 out of Venture (CA) College. He was a starter in his first two pro seasons before moving to the bullpen in 2009.
Lehigh Valley IronPigs
4-3; 4th place, International League North Division . . . 3B-DH Mike Cervenak's average increased from .288 to .312 after getting 10 hits . . . CF Rich Thompson stole 5 bases, 3 in Friday's win . . . Jason Donald made his AAA debut at third base the same game and had his 8th double among 3 hits . . . Since signing as a free agent in the middle of April, RHP Tyler Walker has 11.2 scoreless innings in 6 appearances; 11 strikeouts; he fanned 8 in 6 innings last week . . . RHP Rodrigo picked up first win on Tuesday . . . RHP Kyle Kendrick (2-1) retired 12 in a run during a 6-inning, scoreless win on Thursday . . . RHP Carlos Carrasco (0-2) had a no-decision the next night, fanning 7 of the first 11 batters before giving up 2 runs in the 5th inning.
Reading Phillies 3-3; 3rd place, Eastern League Southern Division . . . OF Michael Taylor hit .400, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 1 homer among 10 hits . . . 2B Brad Harman, 7 hit-week . . . Taylor, Harmon, Mike Spidale and Brian Stavisky had triples in Sunday's win . . . LHP Joe Savery (2-0) picked up his first AA wins . . . RHP Vance Worley (2-0) walked the first batter on Wednesday and retired next 15 on his way to 7 scoreless innings for his second win; Chuck LaMar, Steve Nowortya and Dallas Green were watching . . . LHP Sergio Escalona picked up 2 saves, giving him an organization-high 7 for the season . . . LHP Mike German's scoreless streak ended at 13 innings on Friday . . . Three wins for the week gave manager Steve Roadcap 998 in his minor league career.
Clearwater Threshers 3-4; 2nd place Florida State League North Division . . . OF Dominic Brown was the MiLB.com Player Of The Week in the FSL, .462, 2 doubles, 1 triple, 3 homers, 7 RBI, 2 steals . . . C/3B Tim Kennelly saw his 9-game hitting streak end on Thursday; had 7 hits for the week, 3 RBI . . . 2B Fidel Hernandez had 4-hit game on Tuesday . . . RHP Julian Sampson (1-3) won his first game on Wednesday . . . RHP Chance Chapman hurled 6.2 relief innings over 3 outings, stretching his scoreless streak to 13 innings . . . RHP Zach Sterner, who picked up 10 wins last summer at Lakewood in 29 appearances, improved to 2-0 in 7 outings with the a 13th-inning win on Saturday.
Lakewood BlueClaws 3-4; 4th place South Atlantic League Northern Division . . . OF Zach Collier had an 8-hit week . . . 2B Harold Garcia hit safely in 6 games, extending his hitting streak to 9 games. All 6 games were 1-hit games . . . RHP Jason Knapp (2-2) picked up 2 wins, including a 1-run, 3-hit, 7-strikeout, 6-inning outing on Monday. He gave up a home run in the 4th inning, the first allowed by the Lakewood staff after 145 innings to start the season . . . RHP Brian Rosenberg picked up saves #2-3, 6 strikeouts in 3 innings . . . RHP Jon Valesquez won his only start, improving to 5-0 on the year.
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