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Keon Broxton

Bats / Throws: R / R
Age: 26 (1990-05-07)
Ht / Wt: 6'3" / 195 lbs.

2017 Stats Snapshot


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2017 Player Outlook

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Recent Update

4/9:After suffering a nasal fracture via a pitch to the face on Thursday, Keon Broxton will return to the Brewers lineup, starting in center field Sunday against the reigning World Series Champions. With only one hit to his name this season, Broxton will look to recapture his 2016 success starting Sunday. Slated to hit seventh, Broxton will need to re-earn his position at the top of the batting order to gain back runs and RBI value. Look for a healthy Broxton to compete with Eric Thames and Jonathan Villar for positions atop the Brewers order.--Mitchell Bannon - RotoBaller
Source: Tom Haurdicourt

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Recent Game Logs

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Performance Trends: Last 7, 14, 30, YTD Stats


Historical Split Stats

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
vs. L20000100050.
vs. R0000020100.
vs. L8324604158121737.289.410.506.916.2173340.395145
vs. R124264151311111335.210.315.379.694.1692020.30685
vs. L142001211071.143.143.357.500.2145050.21125
vs. R387210412733.

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Keon Broxton Chatroom

ADP Arbitrage Comparables

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Beat Writer Chatter

  • @Todd_Rosiak: Santana strikes out, but Villar singles in Broxton and it’s 6-4. One out for Thames.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Broxton reaches on an E6, Hernán Pérez walks against Seung Hwan Oh and suddenly the tying run is up in the form of Domingo Santana.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Nevermind. Manny Pina leads off against Jonathan Broxton with a homer to make it 6-3.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Manny Piña homers off Jonathan Broxton into the Brewers’ bullpen to make it 6-3 in the ninth.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Broxton can’t glove Kolten Wong’s drive to CF, and the Cardinals tie it at 2-2.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Strikeout-strikeout strands Broxton on second. Brewers take 1-0 lead to the third.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Nelson fires a scoreless second inning, then Keon Broxton doubles to CF with one out in the bottom half.
  • @Haudricourt: So, the deal on #Brewers squeeze bunt was it was a safety squeeze and Broxton got too aggressive coming down line. Not suicide squeeze.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Check that -- safety squeeze. Broxton just jumped too far off third base.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Anderson's two-strike suicide squeeze attempt goes awry for Brewers. He whiffs, and Broxton is out in a rundown.
  • @Haudricourt: Botched squeeze attempt by #Brewers leads to double play. Anderson whiffs and Broxton out 2-5-2-5-3-6. Stayed in rundown for awhile
  • @Haudricourt: Cards pitch out on 0-2 to Arcia but Broxton is not going.
  • @Haudricourt: Keon Broxton snaps string of 11 consecutive #Brewers retired with leadoff single in fifth.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Brewers get two on in the sixth against familiar face Jonathan Broxton, but Arcia flies out to end the threat. Remains 6-2.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Keon Broxton snaps his 0-for-18 funk in style, with a triple.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Keon Broxton picks up a much-needed hit, rifling a triple into the RF corner with one out in the second inning.
  • @Haudricourt: Nieuwenhuis was primary backup in CF to Broxton, who opened in huge slump. Franklin, Perez, Thames, not really CF types. Perhaps Santana.
  • @Haudricourt: Braun, who had struck out three times, draws leadoff walk off Jonathan Broxton in seventh.
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Broxton sits against Cards' Martinez. But here's what Counsell said about why Keon will continue to play most days:…
  • @AdamMcCalvy: @JETFAN36 Here's what Counsell had to say about Broxton & Villar this week:
  • @AdamMcCalvy: Keon Broxton is going to play his way through this. Jonathan Villar, too. Counsell makes the case for patience:
  • @AdamMcCalvy: More on this tomorrow morning. Craig Counsell says Broxton is going to get to play his way through this because the…
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Broxton struggling at the plate, but he just robbed Heyward of a hit with a nice diving grab in CF here in the sixth.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Three ABs, three Ks for Keon Broxton tonight. Said before the game his confidence is still high.
  • @Todd_Rosiak: Broxton caught looking, and the Brewers settle for a 5-0 lead.

Depth Charts - Batters

Depth Charts - Pitchers

Brewers Prospects Depth Chart

  1. Lewis Brinson (OF)
  2. Corey Ray (OF)
  3. Luis Ortiz (SP)
  4. Brett Phillips (OF)
  5. Mauricio Dubon (SS)
  6. Jacob Nottingham (C)
  7. Lucas Erceg (3B)
  8. Jorge Lopez (SP)
  9. Tyrone Taylor (OF)
  10. Josh Hader (SP)

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