Candidates, as always, are listed alphabetically.
Ryan Braun had four hits in ten at bats this week, including a double and a home run and leads the team with four RBI. He hit .400/.538/.800 in the opening series and was worth +.379 WPA.
Alfredo Figaro appeared in two games in relief this week and pitched a combined 3.1 scoreless innings, allowing just two hits, no walks and striking out four. He was worth +.127 WPA in his first week as a Brewer.
Jimmy Henderson was called upon twice this week and pitched a pair of scoreless innings, including the final frame of Monday's ten inning win. He was worth +.221 WPA.
Aramis Ramirez has four hits in the Brewers' first three games and is only the third player in franchise history to open a season with doubles in each of his first three games. He hit .364/.462/.636 this week and was worth +.605 WPA.
Rickie Weeks led the Brewers this week with six hits and leads all of baseball with five runs scored. He's hitting .545/.643/.909 through three games and was worth +.212 WPA.