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Aguila Named PCL Player of the Week

July 25, 2011 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - New Orleans Baby Cakes News Release

Metairie, LA - New Orleans Zephyrs outfielder Chris Aguila was named the Pacific Coast League's Player of the Week for July 18-24, the league announced Monday.

Aguila, who bookended the week with a pair of multi-home run games, led the circuit in home runs with six while batting .517 (15-for-29) with 12 runs batted in. The 32-year-old also paced the PCL in extra-base hits (9), total bases (36), slugging percentage (1.241) and OPS (1.790) as well as tied for the lead in runs scored with 11.

The 15-year pro veteran is batting .348 with a .449 on-base percentage and a .697 slugging percentage through 20 games in July, which are his best marks in the three categories for a single month so far this season. Aguila is currently the team-leader in home runs with 17 while also tying for the lead in RBI (56) and runs scored (52), and with 48 home runs over parts of three seasons in New Orleans, is closing in on J.R. Phillips's career franchise record of 56 home runs.

The honor is the second of Aguila's career; he was also PCL Player of the Week in June 2008 during his first stint with the Zephyrs. He is the first Zephyr to be named Player of the Week since Michael Ryan in April 2009.

Nashville Sounds right-hander Frankie De La Cruz was named the PCL Pitcher of the Week.

The Zephyrs open an eight-game homestand at Zephyr Field on Tuesday night by hosting the Iowa Cubs at 7:00 p.m.


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