Taylor Trammell has been having the best month of his professional career. He’s only played for three months since being selected 35th overall in the 2016 draft, and his numbers have climbed every month along the way.

His average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage have all gone up each month. Here’s how his three months have played out so far in his career:

Month PA AVG OBP SLG
June 45 .268 .333 .293
July 93 .298 .366 .381
August 64 .339 .422 .500

Over the last week Taylor Trammell has been even better than his August overall. On the 15th he had three hits. On the 16th he went 0-3, but drew two walks. Over the final four games of the week he racked up two hits in each game, including four extra-base hits. In the six total games and 29 plate appearances he hit .478/.586/.739 with six walks, six strikeouts, seven runs, two doubles, two triples and four steals. That’s pushed the 18-year-old’s slash line to .304/.376/.398 for the season to go along with 21 stolen bases. He has yet to hit a home run on the season, but every other part of his game has been rather strong in his debut.

Keep an eye on Luis Alecis

Right handed pitcher Luis Alecis has had a rather quiet, but successful season for the Arizona League Reds in 2016. He was originally signed as a 17-year-old in July of 2014 and made his debut in 2015 for the Dominican Summer League Reds where he posted a 3.23 ERA in 61.1 innings with 27 walks and 64 strikeouts. That was a good enough performance that the Cincinnati Reds brass brought him stateside.

The 19-year-old got out to a tough start in June. He made two starts in June, allowing six earned runs with six walks and six strikeouts in 5.2 innings. In his nine appearances since then he’s completely turned everything around. Over 37.1 innings in that span he’s posted a 2.41 ERA with just two home runs allowed, walked 12 batters and has had 39 strikeouts.

Jose Peraza returns to the big leagues carrying a hot bat

With Zack Cozart’s achilles still causing issues the Cincinnati Reds called up Jose Peraza and started him at shortstop over the weekend. He racked up five hits between the two games, including a home run on Saturday. He’s now hitting .278/.314/.340 with the Reds in 102 plate appearances.