By John Pesetski
Special to FOXSportsWisconsin.com
PHOENIX -- For the second time in four seasons, the Milwaukee Brewers are grooming a young shortstop long on talent but short on experience. In 2010, that player was Alcides Escobar. This year it's 22-year-old Jean Segura.
Ironically, Escobar was traded to the Kansas City Royals in a deal for pitcher Zack Grienke, and Segura was obtained when the Brewers shipped Grienke to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim last July. The Brewers hope Segura progresses in Milwaukee the way Escobar has in Kansas City.
Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 55 prospect in the game and the No. 2 prospect in the Angels system heading into the 2012 season, Segura was the centerpiece of the package the Brewers received in the Grienke deal. Sent to the Brewers Double-A Huntsville farm team, Segura made an immediate impact, hitting .433 in eight games before being called up Aug. 6.
"It was great to come to Milwaukee last year," said Segura of his promotio...