SS Gavin Cecchini was 4-for-4 to extend his hitting streak to 15 straight games. In that time he has hit .419/.439/.484 (26-for-62) with four doubles, three walks, and eight strikeouts. Sure, that's a lot of singles, but it's a lot of singles. The 19-year-old is now up to .311/.340/.364 in 34 games for the Cyclones this year in a NYP that averages .244/.318/.345 with an average age of 21.1.
The last teenager to hit .300 and play 30+ games in Brooklyn: Alhaji Turay in 2002, who hit .327/.380/.484 in 40 contests.