Bostick is the first Snapper to win the award in 2013. He began the week with two home runs in consecutive wins as his team continues to fight for a division title.
The Rochester, New York native drove in three runs over his next three days before hitting two homers against the Clinton Lumber Kings June 15. A day later, he drove in three more runs, including the the decisive run in walk-off fashion.
Bostick is having a very good season overall for Single-A Beloit, hitting .283/.366/.483 with nine long balls and 13 stolen bases.
After signing very late in 2011, Bostick went on to play very well in the Arizona Summer League, hitting .442/.482/.654 in a limited sample of 52 at-bats. He went on to have an up and down 2012 with short season Vermont, registering a 694 OPS after starting the season with a broken nose and finishing in a slump.
This year, the 20-year-old is playing well in his first full professional season. If he continues, there's a chance he could find his way to Single-A Stockton later this year or in 2014, where he could get a chance to match his numbers in the hitter-friendly California League.