(POMONA, NY) – Rockland Boulders outfielder Devin Harris was named the Can-Am League’s Player of the Month for July, as announced by Pointstreak, the league’s statistician on Wednesday afternoon. This is the first monthly award for the Boulders and the second league honor for Harris this season.
In his first month with the team, Harris hit an impressive .338 with four home runs and team-best 25 runs batted in in 23 games. He also slugged a robust .600 during July, along with a .400 on-base percentage. Of his 27 hits in those 23 games, the 6’4” outfielder recorded 12 extra-base hits and had eight multi-hit games.
Harris was also named the league’s Player of the Week on July 18th after a torrid pace that included 11 RBI in six games. Despite not yet qualifying for the league leaders, Harris is tops on the team in slugging percentage and also ranks second in batting average, fifth in homers and sixth in RBI.
He and the rest of the Boulders are back in action on Thursday, August 4th when they travel to Quebec for a pivotal four-game series with Les Capitales. They return home on Monday, August 8th to begin an eight-game, seven-day home stand when Rockland hosts Trois-Rivieres at Palisades Credit Union Park. For a complete schedule, and to purchase tickets, click here.