New York Yankees Minor League Player of the Week: 6/22-6/28

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Class A-Advanced: Tampa Yankees

Player of the Week: Dustin Fowler

In 58 games with Charleston this season, Dustin Fowler averaged .307 with four home runs and 31 RBI. Fowler’s continued success earned him a call up to the Tampa Yankees, where his offensive dominance continued with another killer week, as he reached base safely in four of his six games played. In each of the four games, he record multi-hit performances, including a three-hit, three RBI game on June 24th against the Dunedin Blue Jays. His efforts helped the Tampa Yankees win 5-1.

Pitcher of the Week: Cale Coshow, RHP #56

Cale Coshow looks as if he’s on the fast track to the MLB. After being promoted from the Charleston bullpen to the Tampa Yankees starting rotation, it looks as if the 22-year old is finally finding his groove. In two starts this week, Coshow earned a win and a no-decision. His no decision came on Monday June 22nd against Dunedin, in which he tossed 4.1 shutout innings, scattering three hits and a career high seven strikeouts. His win was on Sunday June 28th, when he tossed 6.0 innings of shutout baseball, again scattering three hits. This time he only struck out five, but thanks to plenty of run support, Coshow and the Yankees cruised to a 6-0 victory over the St. Lucie Mets.