Each National League Team’s Most Disappointing Player so Far

Milwaukee Brewers – Aaron Hill, Third Base, .208/.256/.273, 1 home run, 7 RBIs

Aaron Hill

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Once upon a time, Aaron Hill was a tremendously effective player. In 2009, he smacked 36 home runs with 108 RBIs, and just four years ago he knocked out 26 dingers while hitting .302. That Aaron Hill, however, is a much different player than this Aaron Hill.

The present day Aaron Hill is nearly helpless with a bat in his hand and is a far cry from the player he was just a few years ago. Milwaukee acquired him as part of the return for Jean Segura this past winter, and realistically it was just for the Arizona Diamondbacks to shed a contract. With Hernan Perez hitting well this year, Hill may not even have his starting job for much longer.

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