You can’t talk Brewer prospects without talking about the 2010 Robin Yount performance player of the year Erik Komatsu. The 5′ 10″ outfielder was drafted in the 8th round of the 2008 amateur draft out of Cal State Fullerton. Playing at high A, Brevard County, the 22 year absolutely racked. Using a sweet left handed stroke he went on to bat .323 with 28 stolen bases. He also had a .413 OBP while walking more times then striking out, 68-61.
Komatsu has very good swing mechanics and bat speed that allows him to lace pitches to all parts of the field but lacks consistent power. He’s a good all-round, heady ballplayer that can swipe a bag or two and plays good defense in the outfield with average arm stregnth. He’s a little on the shorter side, which makes him easy to compare to Caleb Gindl.
Komatsu is currently being projected as a 4th outfielder do to his lack of pop. If he can develop some more power he could become an everyday left fielder.