Milwaukee Brewers: Biloxi Shuckers Week 21 – Perrin Makes Debut in Last Week of Season
Top 3 Hitters
.229/.332/.397 / 16 HRs/62 RBIs / 13.0 BB%/29.8 K%
Phillips’ name seems to have been written about every week of the first half and barely mentioned the second half. That’s really how the stats worked out, but at the very least he showed he had some power the last week with 2 HRs among his 8 Hs and 5 BBs. He looks to have a full season next year, but can get more work in during the Arizona Fall League.
.261/.312/.330 / 1 HR/6 RBIs (BB/K% not available on FanGraphs)
With Davis’ 8 hits, he got his AVG back over .260 as you’d have to go back to July 10th to find it over that level. His overall 2016 season batting line of .278/.353/.336 is solid besides the power, but will need to continue to readjust to AA next season. The Shuckers won’t mind his speed as he led the team with 16, but had 32 overall this year.
.337/.382/.442 / 2 HRs/12 RBIs / 3.9 BB%/15.7 K%
There was a number to choose from with an okay week, but it’s good to look at how Coulter finished the year (not just because he’s the only OF left). In 102 PAs he had a 143 wRC+ as before with the A+ Manatees it was well below average at 82 in 362 PAs. His 7 Hs and 2 RBIs helped out this past week and he certainly hopes to build off the end of the season with the Shuckers as much like Jorge Lopez, the 2017 season may define the rest of the way for his career.
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