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Finished sixth on the team with a career-high 92.2 IP.
Started one game at catcher, and played all 13 innings.
Played in center field for the first time since 2009.
Made his major league debut and only plate appearance on July 28.
Made his major league debut on September 3, but didn't get a plate appearance until the 17th.
Grounded into 19 double plays, leading the team.
The first Brewer to pitch 200+ innings with a WHIP under 2 since Dave Bush in 2006.
The only Brewer to appear in 162 games.
Made 22 plate appearances as a Brewer: 16 batting right handed, and six batting left handed.
Made one start as a Brewer, and played center field.
Acquired from the Yankees in March, sent back to the Yankees in June.
Allowed an earned run in his first appearance of the season in April, then didn't allow another until July 4 (22 appearances).
Made 28 starts for the second straight season.
Appeared in the outfield for the first time ever on April 19.
Finished second on the team with 72 games pitched.
The Brewer leader in hits, runs, doubles, triples and stolen bases.
Made his major league debut as a pinch runner on September 2.
Made his first All Star appearance.
Played in a career high 136 games.
The oldest Brewer.
Led the Brewers with 212.1 innings pitched.
Pitched two scoreless innings for his first career win in an extra-inning victory on April 18.
Set a new career high with 51 walks.
His three relief appearances were his first since September 13, 2009
Appeared in the majors for the first time since 2003.
Played five positions, including 27 games at second base.
Made his major league debut on September 14.
The youngest Brewer.
Faced 31 batters in 2011: Eight righties and 23 lefties.
Had three hits as a Brewer in 2011, and played four positions (1B, 3B, LF, DH)
Led the Brewers in sac flies with 10.
Picked up the win in three of his last four appearances, but didn't appear in the majors after June 3.
Set a new career high with four home runs.
Stole 16 bases in 18 attempts.
Pitched the Brewers' only complete game.
His 86 strikeouts tied for the third most ever by a Brewer who only made relief appearances.
Was on the roster but not used from July 18-August 5.
Made his major league debut on August 31.
Made 14 relief appearances before May 5, none after.
Only pitched 29 innings, but had a 1.86 ERA.
Among players with at least 50 ABs, the only one with a batting average under .150.
Of the 22 pitchers who appeared in a game for the Brewers, he was the only one to finish with less than two innings.
Made 16 appearances as a Brewer between July 29-August 20, eleven at second base.
Pitched more innings (13) than any other Brewer that did not allow a home run.
Randy Wolf's personal catcher.
Went 0-for-7 as a pinch hitter, never played in the field.
The only Brewer to play first, second, third base and shortstop.
Set a Brewer franchise record with 10.5 strikeouts per nine innings.

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