Speaking of the Lemurs, one of their own has been named the American Association's top pitcher for the month of July. Jeremy Strawn was tabbed as the best in the league after racking up a 4-0 record, while lowering his ERA by almost a full run over that time. Strawn gave up a grand total of zero runs in three of those five starts, including a complete game shutout in his last outing against Grand Prairie. The former Florida Atlantic University Owl has been spot on with his control in July striking out 28 batters while only walking four. The Lemurs were perfect in his starts for the month winning all five times he took the bump. This is the second time this season a Lemur player has been named a player of the month after John Alonso won the hitting award in June.