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Not only was Monday's home run his first hit of the season, it went the distance to help the Brewers extend their lead in what was a pinch-hit situation. He is now 1-for-10 on the season and has yet to start a game for the Brewers, so there is no reason to monitor him until he starts to see significant playing time.
Gennett is now slashing .260/.313/.412 with nine home runs, 30 RBI, 35 runs scored and five stolen bases through 289 at-bats, as he continues to be a solid top of the order hitter for the Brewers. Although he needs to work on his walks (23 BB), as long as he maintains a respectable average while flashing some power numbers to go along with hit, he makes for a solid deep league option over the final two-plus months of the season.