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2020 Most Valuable Brewers Poll #8

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Cast your vote for the most valuable Brewers!

National League Wild Card Game 2: Milwaukee Brewers v. Los Angeles Dodgers Photo by Robert Beck/MLB Photos via Getty Images

Sadly, the 2020 Championship Season has concluded for our Milwaukee Brewers, and the annual six month depression that is the baseball offseason has begun. It was a year unlike any other with the shortened schedule and COVID-19 protocols, and though our big league Cream City Nine finished under .500 and struggled on offense all year long, they were able to sneak into the expanded postseason as the final seed. That made three playoff berths in a row dating back to 2018, a first for the franchise. A quick defeat at the hands of the Dodgers will likely lead into another busy offseason for David Stearns and his front office.

Now it’s time to make your voice heard and cast your votes for the Most Valuable Brewers of 2020! We will be voting for the top 10 contributors with both position players and pitchers eligible for the ballot. The composite WAR data presented is based on an average of each individual’s WAR according to Fangraphs, Baseball-Reference, and Baseball Prospectus. For players that were traded, only their production with the Brewers will be counted.

Yesterday, Josh Hader was chosen as the #7 MVB. He has been removed from the list, and balloting will run through tomorrow before this poll closes and we begin voting for the #9 MVBrewer.


LHP Brett Anderson

10 G || 47.0 IP || 4.21 ERA || 6.1 K/9 || 1.9 BB/9 || 1.277 WHIP || 108 ERA+ || 0.53 cWAR

1B/DH Daniel Vogelbach

19 G || 67 PA || .328/.418/.569 || 4 HR || 12 RBI || 0 SB || 162 OPS+ || 0.47 cWAR

RHP Eric Yardley

24 G || 23.1 IP || 1.54 ERA || 7.3 K/9 || 3.9 BB/9 || 1.243 WHIP || 298 ERA+ || 0.37 cWAR

RHP Freddy Peralta

15 G || 29.1 IP || 3.99 ERA || 14.4 K/9 || 3.7 BB/9 || 1.159 WHIP || 115 ERA+ || 0.7 cWAR

LF Christian Yelich

58 G || 247 PA || .205/.356/.430 || 12 HR || 22 RBI || 4 SB || 111 OPS+ || 0.23 cWAR

RHP Josh Lindblom

12 G || 45.1 IP || 5.16 ERA || 10.3 K/9 || 3.2 BB/9 || 1.279 WHIP || 88 ERA+ || 0.37 cWAR


Statistics courtesy of Baseball-Reference

Poll

Who is the #8 Most Valuable Brewer?

This poll is closed

  • 8%
    Brett Anderson
    (11 votes)
  • 25%
    Daniel Vogelbach
    (34 votes)
  • 13%
    Eric Yardley
    (19 votes)
  • 16%
    Freddy Peralta
    (23 votes)
  • 33%
    Christian Yelich
    (46 votes)
  • 2%
    Josh Lindblom
    (3 votes)
136 votes total Vote Now