What happens at second base?
The best case scenario right now, is that the Brewers add Derek Dietrich, and pair him with either Spangenberg or Perez. Dietrich provides the versatility the Brewers have come to love, and he’s a better option at the plate than any of the current options.
However, he does need to be paired with a hitter capable of handling left-handed pitching. Dietrich posted a .274/.342/.420 against righties last year, but only managed a .227/.283/.423 slash line against lefties. Perez managed a .783 OPS against lefties last year.
At this point, it’s far more likely that the Milwaukee Brewers go with a platoon at second base rather than anoint a full-time starter. Perez and Spangenberg should get the majority of the playing time, unless there’s an addition to the roster.