Milwaukee Brewers: 2022 All-Minor League Affiliate Team
Here is your Reviewing the Brew 2022 Brewers All-Minor League Affiliate Team.
Jon Singleton (Nashville)
Honorable mention: Wes Clarke (Wisconsin/Biloxi), Thomas Dillard (Biloxi)
Big Jon Singleton may not have put up much of a batting average, but he made up for that with power and walks. His 24 homers led the Sounds and were second among all Brewers minor leaguers while his 87 RBIs were tops in the organization, as were his 117 walks which set a new Sounds franchise record.
Wes Clarke had a .774 OPS and 14 homers in 99 games across two levels. Thomas Dillard wasn’t far behind with a .755 OPS and 12 homers in 121 games and his 67 RBIs led the Shuckers for the 2022 season.
Tyler Black (Wisconsin)
Honorable mention: Pablo Reyes (Nashville)
Brewers 2021 Competitive Balance A pick Tyler Black (No. 6) may have only played 64 games due to injury, but they were a very impressive 64 games. He finished with a final slash line of .281/.406/.424 with 45 runs scored, 13 doubles, four triples, four homers, and 13 steals in 19 attempts.
Pablo Reyes spent another year flipping between the minors and majors, but when he was with the Sounds, he was very effective with a .273/.348/.439 slash line, 11 homers, and 27 doubles that led Nashville for the season.
Zavier Warren (Wisconsin/Biloxi)
Honorable mention: Weston Wilson (Nashville)
Third base was a bit of a thin position for the Brewers minor leagues, but Zavier Warren provided some production late. Though he finished with a total slash line of .226/.307/.374, a late season promotion to Double-A saw him hit .250 with a .340 OBP in 28 games at Biloxi.
Weston Wilson saw his slash line slide toward the end of the season (.228/.297/.358), but he did have some big moments for Nashville as he finished the season with 21 doubles, 11 homers, and 54 RBIs.
Brice Turang (Nashville)
Honorable mention: Cam Devanney (Biloxi/Nashville), Andruw Monasterio (Biloxi/Nashville)
After escalating the system relatively quickly since being drafted in 2018, Brice Turang (No. 4) finally got to spend all season in one place in 2022. Not surprisingly, it resulted in his best full offensive season as he slashed .286/.360/.412 with a team-leading 89 runs scored, 24 doubles, and a career high 13 homers, 78 RBIs, and 34 steals, most among Brewers minor leaguers, in 36 attempts.
Cam Devanney made himself a name to watch in the future as he hit .264 with 32 doubles and 23 homers. Andruw Monasterio wasn’t bad himself with a .271 batting average and .770 OPS, though much of that production came at Double-A as opposed to Triple-A.