Brewers Prospects

5 Milwaukee Brewers Prospects That Broke Out In 2022

ST LOUIS, MO - AUGUST 14: Mario Feliciano #0 of the Milwaukee Brewers throws the ball pitches against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on August 14, 2022 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
ST LOUIS, MO - AUGUST 14: Mario Feliciano #0 of the Milwaukee Brewers throws the ball pitches against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on August 14, 2022 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images) /
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ST LOUIS, MO – AUGUST 14: Mario Feliciano #0 of the Milwaukee Brewers throws the ball pitches against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on August 14, 2022 in St Louis, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images) /

The Milwaukee Brewers haven’t been known for their farm system in recent years. Yes, the pitching development has been solid, but trades and graduations have caused their organizational ranking to drop ever since they started to become competitive in 2018.

Now, however, the Brewers are back in the top 20 minor league organizations per MLB Pipeline and have some rising stars coming through the ranks. They range all the way from Low-A Carolina to Triple-A Nashville.

The Brewers have a lot of prospects to be excited about, but some had specifically stellar performances this season. Five of them rank among the best we saw all season.

Let’s take a look at five Milwaukee Brewers prospects that really broke out this season.

5. C – Mario Feliciano

Coming out of a decent final stretch with the Sounds in 2021, Mario Feliciano improved in a complete season with Nashville in 2022. He was called up to the Crew when Omar Narvaez was out with Covid but only had four plate appearances, earning one hit and walking once in two games.

While his impact on the big leagues was rather small this year, he was a clutch player for the Sounds. He ended the season hitting .274 and knocking out six home runs

This year has been his best season in the minors since he won Carolina League Player of the Year in 2019 and there’s a good chance he’ll be an important piece of next year’s Brewers roster.

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