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Florida State Baseball MLB Update: Week 15

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The 14th installment of a weekly look around the MLB at the performances of former Florida State Baseball players.

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It took 14 weeks, but for the first time this season, another former Florida State Baseball player made is debut. Cleveland Indians outfielder Tyler Holt was recalled from Triple-A after hitting .286 in the minors. Devon Travis, just over a month back from a shoulder injury, went back to the DL with another shoulder injury.

Devon Travis 2B Toronto Blue Jays:

Before being placed on the DL, Travis went 2-3 with a home run since this past Sunday.

Season to date: 62 G .304 AVG 8 HR 35 RBI .361 OBP .498 SLG

Tyler Holt OF Cleveland Indians:

With the trading of David Murphy, a spot opened up in the Indians outfield for Holt. This is his second time being recalled this season, and had some beginners struggles going 1-8 with a run and a walk.

Season to date: 5 G .091 AVG 0 HR 0 RBI .167 OBP .091 SLG

Sean Gilmartin RP New York Mets:

Gilmartin rebounded from a poor performance, and in his only appearance since this past Sunday went two scoreless innings striking out five batters, a season high.

Season to date: 34 G 31 2/3 IP 2.27 ERA 30 K 1.23 WHIP

Randy Choate RP St. Louis Cardinals:

Choate appeared in three games, giving up runs in two of them. In total, Choate pitched 2 2/3 innings giving up three hits, two runs, and striking out a batter.

Season to date: 52 G 22 1/3 IP 4.03 ERA 1 S 15 K 1.07 WHIP

Shane Robinson OF Minnesota Twins:

Robinson started one game this week, going 1-3 with a double, and also scored a run while coming into a game as a pinch runner.

Season to date: 60 G .248 AVG 0 HR 13 RBI .295 OBP .326 SLG

Buster Posey C San Fransisco Giants:

Posey continues to amaze, and is starting to inch his name into the MVP considerations. He added nine more hits in 19 at bats (through the ninth inning on 8/1) with a home run and two RBIs. In July, Posey hit .400 (30-75), raising his batting average from .303 to .329.

Stephen Drew 2B New York Yankees:

Drew actually raised his batting average this week, going 5-14 with a home run and 2 RBIs.

Season to date: 90 G .191 AVG 13 HR 28 RBI .263 OBP .375 SLG