Top 3 Hitters
.220/.285/.333 / 6 HRs/32 RBIs / 5.5 BB%/19.6 K% (High-A)
There’s really not much to add to the numbers with Brevard County, so if anything, Coulter would have loved to have a hot start with the AA Biloxi Shuckers. In his first start, he did just that. Scoring 4 runs set a team record, so many didn’t forget who he was. As MiLB.com notes his best month was June as he hit .263/.315/.375, so if anything he has shown improvement to deserve a call-up.
.381/.395/.500 / 0 HR/1 RBI / 2.3 BB%/25.6 K%
While the average is simply not looking good amongst the Shuckers lineup, one spot is solid and that’s DeMuth. Putting him in the 3rd or 4th spot makes a lot of sense when he gets you 9 hits including a double and a triple in 6 games. Since his first game with the Shuckers on July 26th, he’s gotten on base in 9 out of 11 games. He hasn’t had enough PAs to really evaluate his advanced stats, but if he stays even with his A+ numbers, the Milwaukee Brewers will take it.
.231/.300/.330 / 8 HRs/27 RBIs / 6.9 BB%/14.1 K%
Taylor hopes to get a hitting streak going much like he did starting the 2nd half of the season. Getting 1 hit in 9 out of his last 11 games is pretty good to back on a streak like that including a 2 HRs and 4 RBIs this past week. After the trade deadline he’s dropped down the list on MLB.com’s top 30 Milwaukee Brewers prospects, but hasn’t dropped off as he’s right by his teammate, Brandon Woodruff, at #26.
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