MLB Top Performances of the Week: Jeter not the only one to impress

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Nationals’ pitchr Jordan Zimmermann hugs outfielder Steven Souza Jr whose miraculous catch saved Zimmermann’s no-hitter. USA TODAY Sports

Each Mondy we’ve been bringing you the top hitting and pitching performances of the week, both individual and team accomplishments. We’ve now reached the final week of the season.

A week where we had to say goodbye to undoubtedly one of, if not the, most universally beloved players in the history of the game, a week where games were crucial for teams still vying for a playoff bid and a week where a strange coincidence ended in a another no-hitter. Did I mention that there were also three complete games?

It was a crazy last week of the regualar season in baseball and here are the players whose performances that made it so interesting.

Pitching:

1. Jordan Zimmermann, Washington Nationals vs. Miami Marlins, September 28, 

W(13-5), 9.0IP, 0H, 10K

 

2. Doug Fister, Washington Nationals vs. Miami Marlins, September 26

W(16-6),  9.0IP, 3H, 9K

 

3.Sonny Gray, Oakland Athletics at Texas Rangers, September 28

W(14-10), 9.0IP, 6H, 5K

 

*Honorable Mention: Kyle Lohse, Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds, September 24, W(13-9), 9.0IP, 2H, 6K

 

 

Hitting:

1. Derek Jeter, New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles, September 25

2-5, 3RBI, 1R

 

2. Derek Jeter, New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox, September 28

1-2, 1RBI

 

3. Jose Altuve, Houston Astros at New York Mets, September 28

2-4, 1RBI

 

To read the details of each of these outstanding performances check out the link below:

MLB Top Performances of the Week: Jeter not the only one to impress

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