The Coastal Plain League announced today that Will Stewart of the Holly Springs Salamanders was named Hitter of the Week, while Morehead City’s Reece Wissinger earned Pitcher of the Week honors for the third week of the CPL regular season (June 13-19). CPL Players of the Week are brought to you by Trackman Baseball, providing players and coaches next-generation analytical data all season long.

Stewart, a junior at North Carolina, factored in big for the Salamanders as they took the top spot in the East this past week. He finished the week with a .556 average with five hits, including a double and a pair of home runs. Stewart also scored four runs and drove in six RBIs, while drawing three walks and adding a stolen bag. Overall, he had a league-best slugging of 1.333, on-base percentage of .692 and OPS of 2.025 on the week as well.

On the bump, Wissinger was Mr. Reliable for the Marlins, making four appearances in relief, earning a 0.00 ERA and two saves. In 4 2/3 innings pitched, the 6-5, 200-pound righty from Southeastern was unblemished, giving up no runs on no hits, walking zero and striking out nine. Wissinger also featured a perfect 0.00 WHIP and a K/9 of 17.357.

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