Milwaukee Brewers: 5 Right Field Trade Targets for the 2023 Trade Deadline

Help could be out there for the worst offensive position on the team.

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#2 Brewers right field trade target - Randal Grichuk, Colorado Rockies

On the other end of the competitive spectrum are the Colorado Rockies who currently own the worst record in the National League at 37-59. As a result, they should once again be sellers at the trade deadline and have an outfielder the Brewers could use in Randall Grichuk.

The 31-year-old Grichuk is in the midst of one of the best offensive seasons of his career. Through 55 games, he is slashing .300/.364/.473 with 18 doubles, five homers, and 22 RBI. Though the Coors Field effect has worked in his favor, he's hitting just fine away from there as well with a .263 average and a .758 OPS.

There would be an injury to check on here too as Grichuk has only played once since the All-Star break with a groin injury, though it has yet to land him on the IL.

But as long as he is deemed healthy, Grichuk, who has played a majority of his games in right since 2018, is right up the Brewers alley as a rental from a team who will definitely be selling. For the right price, he's certainly worth a look.