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The Milwaukee Brewers' best hitter this season was young rookie shortstop Jean Segura. The Brewers acquired him last year when they traded Zack Grienke to the Angels and he has definitely lived up to expectations. He actually has played better than he was expected to and the Brewers will try to reward him for it.
The Milwaukee Brewers will reach out to Jean Segura's representatives this offseason and talk about a long-term contract extension, according to Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
MLB Trade Rumors speculated that Segura could get a five-year deal worth around $20-23 million. For a guy as young and promising as Segura, a deal worth that kind of money could be a steal for the Brewers.
On the year, the 23-year old Segura hit .296 with 12 home runs and 49 RBI's. He definitely has a bright future ahead of him in the big leagues.
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