Blake Lalli has one hit with the Brewers, but it was pretty well-timed. (Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports)

Reviewing the Brewers: April Player-by-Player Power Rankings


In the time that you blinked, Jonathan Lucroy hit a walk-off sacrifice fly on Opening Day, the Brewers set the franchise record for most

Two of the three pictured (Segura and Betancourt) appear in the upper levels of the power rankings, while Rickie Weeks slumps toward the bottom. Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

consecutive scoreless innings on offense, immediately rebounded and started a nine-game winning streak, and, pending the outcome of the month’s final game, are 13-11 through the month of April.

Here at Reviewing the Brew, I’ll be power ranking the individual Brewers based on overall performance over the course of the month–offense, defense, base running, pitching, big hits, and so on. This past month was April. So here is April’s edition of Reviewing the Brewers!

(Stats not including game on April 30)

1. Jean Segura

2. Carlos Gomez

3. Kyle Lohse

4. Jim Henderson

5. Ryan Braun

6. Yovani Gallardo

Folk hero, Yuni B. (Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports)

7. Yuniesky Betancourt

8. Norichika Aoki

9. Brandon Kintzler

10. Marco Estrada

11. Tom Gorzellany

12. Marco Estrada

13. Jonathan Lucroy

14. Hiram Burgos

15. Wily Peralta

16. John Axford

17. Burke Badenhop

18. Martin Maldonado

19. Alfredo Figaro

20. Khris Davis

21. Michael Gonzalez

22. Logan Schafer

23. Alex Gonzalez

24. Blake Lalli

25. Rickie Weeks

26. Josh Prince

27. Mike Fiers



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