How does Jackson Chourio stack up against previous Brewers right fielders?

Jackson Chourio is settling into right field quite nicely
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Jackson Chourio has been on an absolute tear in the last month and first week of July. Chourio just had a 12 game hitting streak snapped in the Milwaukee Brewers finale with the Dodgers in LA. That hitting streak extended back to June 23rd when the Brewers were in San Diego.

Jackson Chourio was an absolute stud in the month of June and has not let up since the calendar turned to July. Since June 1st Chourio owns a .326 batting average, .378 on base percentage, .517 slugging percentage for a total .894 OPS.

Where will Jackson Chourio finish 2024 if he maintains that pace?

Jackson Chourio has 98 plate appearances in the last 28 games, a pace of 3.5 plate appearances per game. Based on the rates of home runs, walks and strikeouts during those 28 games we can add his stats from pre-June 1st and figure out where Chourio would finish the season if he keeps up the pace he's currently on.

With what he's done before June 1st and the pace he is on since, Chourio could be expected to finish with the following totals in the following categories: hits - 145, doubles - 23, home runs - 20, strikeouts - 111, walks - 39, stolen bases - 14, runs scored - 77 and runs batted in - 84. These would all be fantastic numbers for a 20 year old rookie to finish his first season in Major League Baseball and would garner him significant rookie of the year buzz.

How does that stack up against the Milwaukee Brewers right fielders of the past few years?