Albies is hitting 322 on the season, tied for third-best in the SAL. He's got a .381 on base percentage, which is the ninth-best mark in the league. Albies has 25 RBI and 21 stolen bases, and he's tied for fifth in the league in steals.
But Albies has a 15-game hitting streak, and look at these numbers: a .443 average (27-61) with 7 walks and a .500 (34-68) on base percentage.
Since May 1, in 38 games, Albies is now hitting .346 (54-156) with 15 stolen bases and a .401 (71/177) on base percentage.
Davidson started the season 2-for-20 but he has hit .281 (45-160) since April 20. Since May 1, Davidson has hit .282 (35-124) with 27 walks and a .419 on base percentage.
Davidson is fourth in the Sally League in on base percentage with a mark of .399 and is third in walks with 39 in 55 games.
Again, both of these players are 18 years old.
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