“Money” Michael Harris is proving to the world he can be the king of the jungle amongst a roster full of lions.  He has avoided the slow start he overcame last season and is a major factor for the Atlanta Braves having the best record in baseball.

He claims the top spot for Week 4 of our #HighFive List.


1. “Money” Michael Harris

Michael Harris is going to make the jump into superstardom this year and this week showed how dominant he can be on both sides of the ball when he is at his best.

He is slashing .433/.452/.600 over his last seven games with a home run and four stolen bases.

The climax for Harris this week came in the form of a walk-off 10th inning single to beat their division rival Marlins.

He currently leads the team in hits and has collected at least one in 18 of 20 games this month while ranking second on the team in average and OPS.


Harris and the Braves will host the Guardians in a three-game series this weekend.

2. Mookie Betts

Mookie Betts earns a spot on the #HighFive List for a third time in four weeks thanks in part to a four-hit performance against the Nationals Wednesday night.

Just over a week ago, Betts had a five hit game against the Nationals when they played in Los Angeles.  It was the second ever five hit game for a Dodger middle infielder and earned him the top spot on last week’s #HighFive.


He is leading the National League in OBP and runs scored while ranking in the top five for almost every other major hitting category.

This weekend the Dodgers will travel to Toronto for a matchup that features two of the All-Time greatest leadoff hitters in Betts and George Springer.

3, C.J. Abrams

C.J. Abrams is off to a monster start this season as he is on pace for a 30/30 and maybe even a possible 40/40 year.

Rob Parker crowned him as last week’s Homeboi Highlights after an eight-game hitting streak that included two home runs and four RBI.

On the year, Abrams is hitting .313 with a 1.013 OPS, four steals and 12 RBI.

His Nationals will travel to Miami for the weekend to take on the MLBbro Show that is the Marlins.



4, Byron Buxton

Byron Buxton not only makes his first appearance on the #HighFive this week, but he also launched his first home run of the season.


That homer came when his Twins needed it most; down by one in the 9th inning of a divisional game against the Chicago White Sox in a game Minnesota would later win via a walk-off.

After spending most of his time last season as a DH, Buxton is getting to play more innings in center field this year, which I believe will help him out at the plate.

Over his last five games he is hitting .400 with an OPS of 1.129.

5. Jo Adell


The Great Ron Washington and his staff have unlocked a monster in Jo Adell who has been hitting out of his mind over his last seven games with a .412 average and .500 on base percentage.

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He has faced criticism throughout most of his career for not being able to put together the success he had in the minors for sustained time in the Majors, but in his last four games, Adell has 10 hits in his last 12 at bats including three RBI, a home run and a double.

This weekend Adell and his Angels will matchup with fellow #HighFive member Byron Buxton and the Minnesota Twins for a three-game series.


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