Mike Pelfrey Named National League Player of the Week

An article by posted on July 14, 2008

Following a spectacular win at Shea last night, Mike Pelfrey has been named "NL Player of the Week." Pelfrey has amazed everyone with his confidence and control. The 24-year-old went 2-0 while not allowing a run over his two starts against the San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies during the week ending July 13th. Over his 15 shutout innings, Pelfrey scattered nine hits without a walk, while striking out 10. He is the first Met to be named the National League Player of the week since Carlos Beltran won the award on August 19, 2007.

Congratulations to Mike! Keep up the great work!

Last 10 Games
 Jul 13COLW 7-0W8.0600005
 Jul 8SFOW 7-0W7.0300005
 Jul 3@ STLW 11-1W7.0611026
 Jun 27@ NYYW 15-6W5.0844045
 Jun 22@ COLW 3-1W5.2300055
 Jun 16@ LAAW 9-6W6.0866020
 Jun 11ARIW 5-3-8.0511028
 Jun 5@ SDGL 1-2-6.0811031
 May 31LAD W 3-2-7.0722016
 May 26FLA L 3-7L4.0664033
 Total 108.2117464444364

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