Ben Copeland brought home the Eastern league's Player of the Week award, it was announced today.
Copeland hit .480 for the week, with three doubles, two homers and a triple. He drove in six, scored 11 runs, stole a base and walked twice. His slugging percentage was .920.
Over the six games played last week, Copeland raised his average 77 points to .253.
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