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A's infield prospect Daniel Robertson was named Arizona Fall League Player of the Week after he hit .556 with 10 hits, a home run, five runs, eight RBI and no strikeouts over a four-game span.
After playing 10 games, Robertson leads the league with a .444 batting average and .556 on-base percentage.
"Last week, everything kind of went my way," Robertson told MLB.com. "I'm just trying to stay with my approach, and I'm seeing the ball really well out here. I am enjoying myself."
His five-hit effort on Saturday, Oct. 25 was the Fall League's first five-hit game since Rockies prospect Tim Wheeler did so on Oct. 31, 2013.
Robertson, 20, is playing for the Mesa Solar Sox. Last year, the 6-foot-1, 190-pounder hit .310 with 15 home runs in 132 games with the Single-A Stockton Ports.
The A's took Robertson at No. 34 overall (Compensation A round) in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft. They took another shortstop -- Addison Russell -- 11th overall, but have since shipped him to the Cubs as part of the deal that landed Jeff Samardzija in Oakland.