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Florida State Baseball MLB Update: Week 7

A weekly scope of the MLB to look at the performances of former Florida State Baseball players in the past week.

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After week seven of the MLB season, it is still hard to determine the output of former FSU Baseball players. Will Stephen Drew be able to bounce back or how will Devon Travis play once he returns from the disabled list, are just some of the questions that can not be answered just yet. Here is a look back on the weekly performance of current Florida State Seminoles in the MLB.

Devon Travis IF Toronto Blue Jays:

Travis continues to stay on the DL and has reported soreness in his injured shoulder after a rehab start on Sunday with the AAA Buffalo Bisons.

Season to date: 36 G .271 AVG 7 HR 26 RBI .336 OBP .504 SLG

Randy Choate RP St. Louis Cardinals:

Choate faced one batter this week, and got him to ground out.

Season to date: 3.72 ERA 6 K .93 WHIP 9 2/3 IP

Shane Robinson OF/U Minnesota Twins:

Robinson started two games for the Twins this week going two for nine with two runs scored and one strikeout. He continues to struggle in May with a batting average of .189 in that span.

Season to date: 29 G .267 AVG 0 HR 8 RBI .313 OBP .293 SLG

Buster Posey C San Francisco Giants:

The former MVP had an average week going 4 for 18 with one home run and three RBI. He finishes a month of May where he hit .333 with five home runs and 17 RBI while pushing his average over .300 after finishing April with a .261 batting average.

Season to date: 47 G .301 AVG 8 HR 27 RBI .371 OBP .468 SLG

Sean Gilmartin RP New York Mets:

Gilmartin had his longest outing of the season going two innings while allowing two runs and three hits while striking out one. He added a 2/3 scoreless inning of relief at the end of the week in a victory against the Phillies.

Season to date: 2.93 ERA 10 K 1.30 WHIP 15 1/3 IP

Stephen Drew IF New York Yankees:

I'm starting to run out of adjectives trying to describe Drew's performance. He is at the point where when he gets out, his batting average is so low, it does not drop sometimes. He went 1 for 22 this past week, which was a three run home run, but it is starting to get confusing on why the Yankees continue to start him despite the struggles on a large sample size.

Season to date: 46 G .157 AVG 5 HR 15 RBI .225 OBP .301 SLG