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@Tschmack posted:

Peralta and Suter pitched really well in spring training

Can they talk to Hiura and Yelich?

It seems like we spent decades waiting for the Brewers to develop pitchers from their farm system. Then they develop Woodruff and Burnes from within and now they haven't developed a decent position from their farm system in a while. Hiura is their best shot, but maybe pitchers have him figured out., and they just gave up on Arcia who was a top 10 overall MLB prospect about 4 years ago.

@Tschmack posted:

Hiura looks completely lost. Like he doesnโ€™t belong in the big leagues.

Maybe he should get sent down to figure things out

Is this something where the scouting report on Hiura has made him completely inept?

Last 72 plate appearances going back 19 games - NO EXTRA BASE HITS

8 for 67, 3 walks, 2 HBPs, 34 strikeouts

180 OBP, 119 SLG, 299 OPS


5 games, 20 plate appearances

0 for 19.  10 strikeouts, no walks, 1 HBP.

2020 Playoffs

3 games, 11 plate appearances.

2 for 10, 1 walk, 5 strikeouts. no extra-base hits.

2021 Last 11 Games

11 Games, 41 plate appearances

6 for 38, 2 walks, 1 HBP. no extra-base hits. 19 strikeouts

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