Tim Fedroff's hot start to the season continues.
Tuesday the Aeros left fielder was named the Eastern League Player of the Month for the month of May.
The 24 year-old from Flagtown, N.J., led the league in batting in hitting at a .412 clip (42-for-102) with eight doubles, two triples, 20 RBI, 18 runs scored, 10 walks and four stolen bases in 26 games.
He also led the circuit in hits (42) and on-base percentage (.465) in May.
During the month, Fedroff finished tied for fourth in the league in OPS (.994), tied for fifth in RBI (20), tied for seventh in triples (two), tied for eighth in runs scored (18) and tied for 10th in total bases (54).
The 5-foot-11, 220-pound outfielder hit in a league-best 20 consecutive games, spanning from May 4th to the 27th. During the streak, Fedroff hit .468 with eight doubles, two triples, 18 RBI and 16 runs scored.
The 20-game hitting streak is tied for third longest in franchise history with former Aeros 1B Ryan Mulhern, who hit in 20 consecutive games from July 22-August 18, 2005.
Fedroff has hit safely in 28 of his last 29 games dating back to May 4 and in 37 of his last 42 games dating back to April 19.
In 52 games this season, Fedroff leads the Eastern League in batting (.362) and hits (71), is third in on-base percentage (.412) and is tied for eighth in RBI (30).