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25. Richie Sexson, 2001: .271/.342/.547, 45 HR, 125 RBI, 94 R, 2 SB (2.4 WAR)
Milwaukee's offensive catalyst during the inaugural season of Miller Park, Sexson was one of the NL's most impressive sluggers all season long.
24. Trevor Hoffman, 2009: 1.83 ERA, 0.91 WHIP, 37 SV, 48 SO, 54 IP (2.5 WAR)
Was dominant all season long; finished in the top 10 of all MLB closers in saves on a team that concluded it's season under the .500 mark. Impressive stuff from the surefire Hall-of-Famer.
23. Gorman Thomas, 1982: .245/.343/.506, 39 HR, 112 RBI, 96 R, 3 SB (5.5 WAR)
The backbone of Harvey Kuenn's lineup, Thomas led the American League in home runs and ranked fifth in RBI. He also notably struck out a team-high 143 times, conversely.
22. Francisco Cordero, 2007: 2.98 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, 44 SV, 86 SO, 63.1 IP (2.0 WAR)
"Strikeout machine" would be a bit of an understatement. Set the franchise record for saves in a regular season and garnered a 12.2 K/9 ratio along the way. Unfortunate that he couldn't strut his stuff on the postseason stage.
21. Richie Sexson, 2003: .272/.379/.548, 45 HR, 124 RBI, 97 R, 2 SB (2.9 WAR)
Carried Milwaukee's offense throughout the 2003 regular season and earned MVP consideration at the end of it all. His 45 home runs finished second in the National League and his 124 RBI ranked fourth.