Week Six was another amazing week in the majors!
In the National League, Ryan Zimmerman's 30 game hit streak came to an end, Carlos Lee had solid week in Houston, Brad Hawpe hit .500 and Adrian Gonzalez's six homers showed why he is one of the best first basemen in the game.
Closers in the NL stepped it up with Trevor Hoffman returning to his old form, Frankie Rodriquez and Hudson Street pitching great.
The American League starters like Zack Greinke, Roy Halladay, and Justin Verlander stayed solid and Cliff Lee's beginning to heat-up.
Aubury Huff and Shin-Soo Choo both slugged over .800, Michael Young continued to be clutch in Texas and Justin Morneau was on a HR binge
The Cubs returned to an elite in the NL, Detroit is back in first place in the AL Central, the Yanks are riding a four-game winning streak, and the Brewers and Mets continue to play great ball behind solid pitching, with the Phillies heating up.
So, here's a look at this weeks picks and honorable mentions.
Joe Mauer has returned to Minnesota and is staying hot. In Week Six, he batted .409 with 3 HRs and 9 RBI. His OBP of .566 this week has allowed him to cross the plate 7 times and only stuck out once in 22 at-bats.
David Wright stepped it up in a line-up that missing it's clean-up hitter, Carlos Delgado. Wright has batted .482 and a .531 OBP over the last seven days, knocking in nine runs, tripling twice and stole six bases helping the Mets stay hot and in first place.
Edwin Jackson has gotten the lowest run suport this season, but the Tigers didn't need many in his two outings this week. Jackson allowed one earned run in 14 innings pitched, strikeout 13 and earning two wins, one against division foe Cleveland.
Vazquez is showing that he should have stayed in the NL He collected only one victory in two starts, but baffled hitters in both games. He struck out 17 in 14.2 innings, allowing four earned and only walking one batter.
The Rangers are riding a six game win streak this week, including two walk-offs and a sweep of the Mariners and out pitching the Angels, rocketing into first place in the AL West.
The team slugged .507 this week, belted 12 homers. The staff posted a 3.11 with opponents hitting just .214 off them all week.
New York Yankees