The only reason I keep featuring Vitters on this list is because this is a "prospect watch" type article. He really is not playing that well, but it is intriguing because it is his first time in Triple-A.
Vitters raised his average to finish April at .261, but is hitting just .190 in seven games in May and has struck out seven times.
Vitters is still struggling at the Triple-A level but there is no reason to think he will be sent to Double-A anytime soon. He is lacking in the power department but it is still early and not immediate cause for concern.
It would be nice to see Vitters get hot for a few weeks to see how he can work Triple-A pitching—a veritable hodgepodge of former MLB pitchers, veterans with ML experience and prospects.
Until then, we will be waiting.