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Reviewing the Brew Dec 27, 2019

Brewers: Will Keston Hiura slump or break out in 2020?

Keston Hiura, the Brewers 23-year old second baseman, proved that he can hit at the big league level in 2019. Can he keep up his production or will he get hit with the sophomore slump? The Brewers drafted Keston Hiura because they believed his ability to hit would translate to the MLB, after posting a […] Brewers: Will Keston Hiura slump or break out in 2020? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Milwaukee Brewers Year in Review: Longest Home Runs

Milwaukee Brewers Year in Review: Longest Home Runs

Photo by Dylan Buell/ Christian Yelich dominates the list, but an unlikely player takes the top spot in 2019 The 2019 Milwaukee Brewers hit 250 home runs, good for a spot in the Top 10 in the majors and ranking 5th in the National League. With Christian Yelich having another incredible season, Mike Moustakas returning, and the additions of Yasmani Grandal and Keston Hiura, there was plenty of pop up and down the lineup. Here are the longest bombs hit by Brewers in the last year, according to Statcast. 10. Yasmani Grandal - 4/9/19 Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Distance: 441...

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