Kyle Lohse made two starts and allowed a grand total of one run and ten hits over 13 innings against the Marlins and the Padres. He also struck out eleven total hitters without walking even one.
Wily Peralta only made one start, but it was a doozy. He threw eight innings of two-hit ball against the Marlins, keeping the fish scoreless and striking out seven batters to just two walks.
Jonathan Lucroy hit .409/.500/.682 while seeing playing time in all seven games this week, though one was just a pinch-hit appearance. He went 4-4 against the Marlins on July 20.
Carlos Gomez led offensive hitters this week with 0.6 fWAR while hitting .421/.476/.842 with two homers in five games. Pretty much all of that came in his final two games of the week, when he picked up all but one of his 8 hits this week. However, during a 4-4 game against the Padres, he directly contributed to all three of Milwaukee's runs.
Jim Henderson made four scoreless one-inning appearances out of the bullpen the past week. He struck out two batters apiece during three of those, and totaled seven Ks in the week while allowing two hits and a walk.
Honorable mentions this week go to Francisco Rodriguez (for bringing in a halfway decent corner infield prospect), Khristopher Davis, and Caleb Gindl.