All-Brewers Team: Utility Guys

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OF/IF – Richie Sexson

Richie Sexson came to Milwaukee mid-way through the 2000 season, and the collective response from Milwaukee fans at the time was probably something akin to “yawn”. Then what did he do? Well, just hit 133 home runs with a .274 average. He hit 45 home runs twice in his tenure with the Brewers. He had a .536 Slugging percentage and an On Base of .366.  What really helped him out on this roster was the fact that he played first base and left field in his career, as well as DH when he played out in the American League. He was versatile, aggressive, and powerful in his short time in Milwaukee. I doubt sincerely there are more Brewers who had a bigger offensive impact.