by Adam Geiger
Every Tuesday morning, Adam Geiger takes a look at the top 10 individual performers in the Western Major Baseball League. Take the discussion to Twitter with the hashtag #StayHot
1. Daniel Jones (SP, Regina Red Sox)
The Line: 4-0, 0.29 ERA, 30.2 IP, 34K, 11H, 5BB
Jones is working on one of the most dominant seasons in WMBL history.
2. Jeremy Donaldson (3B, Regina Red Sox)
The Line: .338 AVG, 3HR, 21 RBI
Donaldson is on pace for 10 homeruns and 69 RBI's.
3. Nick Huff (RP, Regina Red Sox)
The Line: 8APP, 2-0, 4SV, 14IP, 17K, 10H, 3BB
Huff has gone more than one inning in half of his appearances out of the 'pen, including a four inning win on June 14.
4. Josh Carroll (3B, Moose Jaw Miller Express)
The Line: .362 AVG, 3HR, 16 RBI
Carroll is leading the Millers, who have won four straight.
5. Billy Martin (SP, Medicine Hat Mavericks)
The Line: 2-1, 0.38 ERA, 24.0IP, CG, 15K, 18H, 2BB
Martin's was a hard-luck loser in his last outing (7IP, 0ER), but the right-hander continues to pace the Mavericks in the West.
6. Bryan Arthur (OF, Medicine Hat Mavericks)
The Line: .390 AVG, 13 RBI, 6 XBH
Arthur has led the Mavericks to another hot start in the WMBL West.
7. Josh Young (CF, Regina Red Sox)
The Line: .567 AVG, 7RBI, 3 SB
Young is back atop the lineup in Regina, leading the league in batting.
8. Jordan Rawlyk (SP, Saskatoon Yellow Jackets)
The Line: 3-0, 1.10 ERA, 16.1 IP, CG, 14K, 13H, 4BB
Rawlyk and the Yellow Jackets have raced out to a fast start in the WMBL Central.
9. Hans Ask (SS, Saskatoon Yellow Jackets)
The Line: .425 AVG, 5 RBI, 8 SB
Ask has been the sparkplug for a resurgent Yellow Jackets club hoping to change the balance of power in the Central.
10. Levi Westerlund (SP, Medicine Hat Mavericks)
The Line: 2-0, 1.35 ERA, 20.0IP, 11K, 15H, 9BB
Westerlund has been solid in three starts for the Mavericks.
by Adam Geiger