4. Jeremy Jeffress
Jeremy Jeffress is another player who barely squeezed into the All-Star game alongside Aguilar. Where Aguilar made it on the final fan vote, Jeffress was selected by the manager after an injury.
Regardless, Jeffress was just as deserving at anyone else. He’s posted a 1.34 ERA in 47 innings this season and has been more dominant than ever before. In fact, he’s always been good in Milwaukee. Throughout his six seasons with the Brewers, he’s posted a 2.30 ERA compared to a 4.76 in Kansas City, Texas and Toronto.
Jeffress helps set the tone in the bullpen despite not getting many save opportunities. He’s been great with inheriting runners on the base paths as well and often gets his team out of excruciatingly difficult jams. This skill is one nobody else on the team possesses to this level and the reason Jeffress is so irreplaceable for Milwaukee.