Milwaukee Brewers Stats Of The Month


Carlos Gomez has been on fire to start the season. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY SportsThe first month of the season is somehow already behind us. After an abysmal start in which the Milwaukee Brewers went 2-8, they turned it around thanks to Jean Segura and Yuniesky Betancourt. The Brewers finished April with a 14-11 record, going 11-3 over their final 14 games.

Overall, it was a successful month. From Carlos Gomez showing why he deserves that multi-year extension he received to Brewers fans thanking the Los Angeles Angeles of Anaheim for giving them Jean Segura, April was a good month (except for Rickie Weeks and John Axford).

I love statistics. While I may not be what people call a “sabermetrician”, I still know to dig deeper than the average box score.

At the end of each month, I will be putting together a list of mostly unknown statistics that I find interesting. Here is the first batch of statistics for the month of April.

Hitting/Baserunning Stats

  • 35 infield hits – 2nd-most
  • 15.5% HR/FB ratio – 3rd-highest
  • Caught stealing 11 times – most in MLB
  • 940 plate appearances – 5th-least
  • 49% ground ball percentage – 2nd-highest
  • 7 triples – 4th-most

Pitching Stats 

3 hit batters – lowest in MLB

1.29 HR/9 – 5th-highest

58 walks – 2nd-least

8.6% swinging strike percentage – 6th lowest

23.4% line drive percentage – highest in MLB

4.76 RS/9 – 7th highest

There you go folks. You now know more about the Brewers than you ever thought possible. You’re welcome.