Least Valuable Position Player: Runner Up
Galvis would have been LVPP this week if it wasn’t for his OBP. The veteran shortstop had just four hits in his twenty-three at bats, good for just a .174 average.
While disappointing, Galvis at least managed to get on base, accumulating six walks, good for an on-base percentage of .333 in an otherwise below-average week.
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Least Valuable Pitcher: Runner Up
Hellickson has made his home on the MVP list for the last few weeks but the veteran righty was smacked around in the Windy City this week.
Hellickson surrendered six runs on eight hits in just four innings of work this week. It was by far his worst week of the season. It seems more than likely that the rough outing is just a hiccup in what has been a tremendous year so far.