LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers outfielder Scott Schebler had his best week of the season, and on Monday was named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Week for the week of June 15-21.
Schebler was 11-for-19 (.579) with a home run, triple, double and eight RBI in six games for Triple-A Oklahoma City against Colorado Springs and Memphis. He also scored four runs and even stole three bases without getting caught. Schebler's three walks gave him a .640 on-base percentage to go with his .895 slugging percentage.
The outfielder got off to a slow start this season with Oklahoma City, hitting just .208/.299/.377 with six home runs in 45 games.
He did get a call-up to the majors for one day, on June 5, and went 1-for-3 in a game manager Don Mattingly called "a shot of confidence" for Schebler.
Since returning to OKC, Schebler has hit .386/.451/.727 with three home runs and seven extra-base hits in 13 games.
Schebler joins current or former OKC teammates in weekly honors this season, with Mike Bolsinger winning PCL Pitcher of the Week on April 20, and Scott Baker doing the same one week later.