Pierrick Lemestre (Savigny Lions) was named WEP8. In his first start of the season, he pitched six innings, allowing just one hit and one earned run, fanning 7 and picking up the win. He showed his talent with his bat too, collecting 4 hits and scoring 4 runs during the doubleheader versus the Pessac Panthers.
After 12 games in French Elite 2011, he’s hitting .365 with 17 runs and 10 RBIs.
Pierrick is one of the best French players. He played in 243 games in his career, hit .333, with 196 runs and 157 RBI. As a pitcher, he collected 46 wins and 383 K in 524 innings, with an ERA of 2,89.
He also played for the French National Team in the last 10 years.
- WEP 1: Mathieu Brelle-Andrade (Senart Templiers)
- WEP 2: Patrice Briones (Pessac Panthers)
- WEP 3: Frederic Hanvi (Senart Templiers)
- WEP 4: Ernesto Martinez (Senart Templiers)
- WEP 5: Eric Deblanc (Savigny Lions)
- WEP 6: Will Musson (Paris UC)
- WEP 7: Joris Bert (Rouen Huskies)
A committee composed by French Baseball fans Nicolas Millet, François Colombier (Rouen), Nicolas Chalhoub (writer for Honus), Sébastien Verger (umpire and statistician), Pascal Maitrot (statistician for the FFBS, in charge of Elite), Gaëtan Alibert (webmaster and player from the PUC) and Thomas Dormard vote each week for the Week-End-Player.