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An Update on the Milwaukee Brewers' Offense

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Let’s look in, just for grins

Texas Rangers v Milwaukee Brewers Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images

I figured the Brewers’ batting lines might look even MORE impressive after yesterday’s 24-3 drubbing of Seattle, so I thought it would be fun to take a look at the behest of commenter Samcam99 on yesterday’s Monday Meanderings:

“Can I get an updated

Stats line for after that Seattle game?”

Here are a few of the spring training lines from participants in yesterday’s mismatch:

Jesus Aguilar

26 AB || 12 H || 2 2B || 3 HR || 9 RBI || 6 BB || .462/.563/.885 || 1.447 OPS

Keon Broxton

31 AB || 9 R || 12 H || 2 2B || 1 3B || 3 HR || 9 RBI || 6 BB || .387/.486/.806 || 1.293 OPS

Kyle Wren

13 AB || 2 R || 5 H || 2 2B || 1 3B || 2 RBI || 1 BB || .385/.429/.692 || 1.121 OPS

Kirk Nieuwenhuis

26 AB || 6 R || 7 H || 4 2B || 2 HR || 7 RBI || 5 BB || .269/.406/.654 || 1.060 OPS

Travis Shaw

25 AB || 6 R || 7 H || 1 2B || 2 HR || 6 RBI || 6 BB || .280/.375/.560 || .935 OPS

Manny Pina

26 AB || 4 R || 9 H || 3 2B || 4 RBI || .346/.370/.462 || .832 OPS

As a team, the Brewers have climbed to first in the Cactus League in OPS (.892), first in OBP (.384), first in slugging (.508), first in homeruns (27), second in BA (.295; the M’s are still hitting .306 as a team), first in walks (86, 9 ahead of the second place Dodgers), and have fallen to fourth in strikeouts. Going into yesterday’s game, the Brewers trailed the #1 Mariners by 16 runs scored; after their offensive explosion, however, they ended the day with the most in baseball at 113 runs scored. That’s 6.3 per game!

Small sample size statistics can sure be fun!

Statistics courtesy of MLB.com