Texas Rangers prospect Thomas Saggese has been named the Texas League Player of the Week for his outstanding play from September 11th through September 18th.

In six games during that span, Saggese hit .348 (8-for-23) with three doubles, two triples, one home run (Grand Slam), nine RBI and five runs scored.

He also had a .375 on-base percentage, .783 slugging percentage and 1.158 OPS.

Keep in mind, Saggese, 20, was just promoted to Double-A Frisco since the season ended for High-A Hickory on September 13th, which makes this really impressive.

If you only consider the five games for Frisco from September 14th to September 18th, he hit .381 (8-for-21) with the same three doubles, two triples, one home run (Grand Slam), nine RBI and five runs scored. He had a 1.266 OPS.

The Texas Rangers drafted Saggese in the 5th round of the 2020 draft and is in their top 20 prospects.

With his stat line, Saggese helped the Frisco RoughRiders secure a post-season berth. Their first since 2014.

Being named the Texas Leagues played of the week in your first week in a new league and level is a really nice accomplishment for Saggese.

Make sure you stay tuned to The Prospect Times for all the latest news and updates on Thomas and the rest of the team.