Milwaukee’s best trade chips
Somewhat of a platoon complement to Eric Thames last season at first base, Aguilar logged a .889 OPS and 12 extra-base hits in 115 plate appearances versus left-handed pitching.
The ex-Cleveland prospect also added an .806 OPS against right-handed pitching in 196 plate appearances.
Overall, the 27-year-old hit .265 with a .331 on-base percentage, a .505 slugging percentage, an .837 OPS and a 0.9 fWAR.
He also turned in a 112 wRC+, a .351 wOBA and a .240 ISO that finished tied for third on a Brewers team loaded with Power threats.
Another one of Milwaukee’s many sluggers, Broxton could eventually find himself on the outside looking in regarding the team’s outfield picture.
Despite showcasing an intriguing blend of power (.200 ISO, 20 home runs) and speed (21 stolen bases), the outfielder is one of a number of options for Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell.
There’s also Brett Phillips, who managed a 1.0 fWAR and a .351 on-base percentage in his first 98 Major League plate appearances last year.
This is all without mentioning elite prospect Lewis Brinson, who could be starting in the near future—or Villar and Perez who can also see time in the outfield grass if need be.
What’s more, the Milwaukee outfielder could also slot in next to the prospects in the Comerica Park outfield in the future considering (according to Spotrac), he’s also controllable through 2022.