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Braun, Fiers, Hart, Ramirez or Rodriguez: Who Will Be Brewer Of The Week?

It was a nail-biting week but the Brewers did emerge with a 4-2 record and we've got some really good BotW candidates.

Ryan Braun had eleven hits over six games this week, extending his hitting streak to 15 games. Six of those hits were for extra bases and he also drew five walks. He hit .423/.516/.962 and was worth +.504 WPA.

Michael Fiers allowed one run on just four hits over seven innings against the Twins on Saturday, then came back in relief and pitched a perfect ninth inning on Wednesday. He walked two, struck out seven and posted a +.205 WPA this week.

Corey Hart only had four hits this week (to go with three walks and an HBP), but three of them went for extra bases and several of them came at key times. He hit .200/.333/.550 and was worth +.447 WPA.

Aramis Ramirez had eight hits this week and five of them went for extra bases, including a go-ahead solo home run Monday and a go-ahead grand slam on Tuesday. He hit .308/.379/1.110 and was worth +.326 WPA.

Francisco Rodriguez pitched three scoreless outings this week on consecutive days, allowing two hits over three innings but striking out three without allowing a walk. He was worth +.372 WPA.

Honorable mentions this week go to Yovani Gallardo, Zack Greinke and Rickie Weeks.