$Signed a $150,000 contract with the Brewers in June of 2020.
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Wiemer, the Brewers’ fourth-round pick in 2020, was one of the biggest breakout prospects in the minors last season. His swing in college drew comparisons to Hunter Pence (unfavorably so), but he remade his swing and and the results were undeniable. He hit 27 home runs and stole 30 bases (on 36 attempts) while slashing .295/.403/.556 as an old-for-the-level 22-year-old at Low-A and High-A. Wiemer then got on base at a .568 clip in 37 Arizona Fall League plate appearances prior to suffering a minor thumb injury. As with most tooled up right fielders, there will always be some swing and miss with Wiemer, and Double-A will be a big test for him. If he can pick up where he left off in 2021, Wiemer would establish himself as a legitimate 30/20 threat with a 2023 ETA. However, if he strikes out too much, his age (23) will be held against him and his breakout 2021 season will be seen as another example of an older player beating up on weak competition in the lower levels.
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