Devin Mesoraco came into the 2011 season fresh off of a huge breakout year for him in which he hit .302/.377/.587 across three levels. The 2011 season would be a big one, ending with him catching games in Cincinnati for the Reds.
April was pretty much a pick up from where Mesoraco had left off the season before as he would go out and hit .313/.405/.552 with 10 walks and 18 strikeouts on the month. In just 67 at bats on the month, Mesoraco had 7 doubles which would be a sign of things to come to go along with 3 home runs.
In May there was a slight step backwards, though it really only came in the power department. Mesoraco had 10 walks and 15 strikeouts in 93 at bats while hitting 8 doubles and 2 home runs. For the month the catcher would post a .301/.375/.452 line. On May 9th, he may have had the worst game of his career as he went 0-8 with 2 strikeouts in an game against Rochester. 8 days later he would have a 5 hit game with a double, 2 runs and an RBI.
June continued the strong ...