Here is your Reviewing the Brew 2022 Brewers All-Minor League Affiliate Team.
Cam Robinson (Wisconsin/Biloxi/Nashville), Hobie Harris (Nashville)
Honorable mention: James Meeker (Wisconsin/Biloxi)
Possibly the most impressive ascent of any Brewers minor league pitcher came from Cam Robinson. A 23-rounder from the 2017 draft, he led the affiliates with 25 saves, had a 2.49 ERA, 1.154 WHIP, and 11.6 K/9, made it all the way from High-A to Triple-A, and jumped into the team’s top 30 rankings at MLB Pipeline, settling in at No. 27.
Once at Triple-A, he joined another impressive reliever in Hobie Harris. The-29-year-old led the Brewers minor leaguers with 53 appearances, one above Robinson’s 52. Even with that heavy workload, Harris put up a sparkling 2.04 ERA and 1.075 WHIP spending his whole season at Milwaukee’s highest minor league level.
The award for second best closer in the Brewers minor leagues would probably go to James Meeker, who also had the second most saves with 17. He had a 2.38 ERA and 1.057 WHIP to go along with those saves and earned a late season promotion to Double-A for his efforts.
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Though the 2022 minor league regular season is done, 2023 will be another fun one to look foward to with this year’s draftees and offseason signees joining the ranks. Who knows who might graduate from this team to the majors and what players might end up taking their place.