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Round 7 Brut ABL Team of the Week
Which ABL stars ended 2018 on a high?
01/01/2019 9:57 PM ET
 

A superb round of Brut Australian Baseball League came to an end on New Year's Eve, with round seven's Brut team of the week ending 2018 on a high.

Check out who made our round seven team of the week below!

 

C - Alex Hall (Perth)

Catchers who can really hit are like gold, and Alex Hall can really hit. The Brewers prospect is hitting .410 in his last 10 games and went 9-for-15 with three doubles, a triple and 6RBI this past weekend. 

Honourable mention: Jack Murphy (Sydney)

 

1B - Luke Hughes

You can't hit two grand slams in THE SAME GAME and not make Team of the Week, right? The Aces veteran finished the weekend with eight hits and 11 RBI in Melbourne's series win over Geelong-Korea.

 

2B - Dwayne Kemp

The Dutchman has been on fire for the Blue Sox all season long, and round seven was no exception. Kemp was a major player in Sydney's series victory over the Bandits, claiming seven hits and three crucial RBI.

Honourable mention: Tristan Gray (Perth)

 

3B - Cam Warner (Canberra)

The former TCU star had his best weekend of the season in Canberra's split series with Auckland. Warner picked up seven hits, six RBI and homered in the Cavs 21-4 win on Thursday night.

 

SS - Darryl George (Melbourne) 

One of Melbourne's most consistent offensive weapons, Darryl George showed why he's one of the best hitters in the league. George picked up nine hits including two homers, and drove in four runs against Geelong-Korea.

 

LF - Kyle Perkins (Canberra)

Cavalry regular Kyle Perkins scored four times in a big game one win, and made the most of his chances. Perkins picked up a homer, five hits and five RBI.

 

CF - David Kandilas (Canberra)

After injury limited his production earlier in the season, Kandilas was solid in Canberra's final series of 2018. The veteran picked up eight hits, drove in a run and claimed three walks.

 

RF - Michael Campbell (Sydney)

Campbell has been a major player in Sydney's resurgence, and picked up five hits this past weekend. The 32-year-old is hitting .379 in his past 10 games and is hitting .310 this season (26 points higher than his ABL career average).

 

DH - Zach Wilson (Canberra)

The Cavs slugger was near unstoppable in he first three games against Auckland, finishing the weekend with four homers, and eight RBI. Wilson has been the lynchpin of the Canberra offence, and will be crucial to their playoff push.

 

SP - Shota Imanaga (Canberra)

In his final ABL start, Shota Imanaga didn't miss a beat. The Japanese star fanned 13 in six innings, and only allowed one hit. In six starts, Imanaga struck out 57, walked one and only gave up two earned runs. The righty will go down as one of the best arms ever to grace the ABL.

 

RP - Ken Frosch (Brisbane)

Brisbane's most reliable bullpen arm turned in another strong performance this weekend, recording three scoreless appearances against Sydney. Frosch's ERA this season is sitting at an impressive 1.80.

Who would make your Team of the Week?

 

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