Acquiring utility-man extraordinaire Jerry Hairston, Jr., second baseman Felipe Lopez and a scrappy set-up man named Francisco Rodriguez (I'm sure you've heard of him), Ron Roenicke's crew can now rest easy knowing Rickie Weeks' spot in the lineup is somewhat secured.
However, getting these players takes a plethora of young talent and a considerable amount of cash.
After depleting the farm system in the offseason, GM Doug Melvin was forced to deal away a handful of top prospects.
So in wake of a flurry of deadline deals and acquisitions, here are, in no particular order, the top prospects remaining in the Milwaukee Brewers' farm system.
*Author's note: the Mets will choose two players from a list of five minor-leaguers in the Brewers' system in September, but have yet to be named.
Alec Dopp is a Milwaukee Brewers featured columnist on Bleacher Report. Please follow him on Twitter: @alecdopp.