After what Ryan Braun did to Milwaukee today, I owed Brewers fans a profile. I think this is a no-brainer here—a first year starter who’s leading all MLB Shortstops in OPS, hits, triples, and runs scored. A promising prospect in the Angels organization, Segura was the big piece in the deal that sent Zack Greinke from Milwaukee to Anaheim. Segura has paid off in a big way for the Brewers. They are a few players away from contending, but the top of that lineup, Segura and Carlos Gomez, should be a high voltage pairing for years to come.
Jean Segura swings a Sam Bat, the same model that power-hitting teammate Aramis Ramirez has been swinging as far back as 2005. Segura was swinging Max Bat at the beginning of the season, so Ramirez likely converted him.
Various Under Armour Gloves, including:
Segura wears an array of Under Armour batting gloves, mixing it up at his leisure. Most of Segura’s colorways are simple and not too flashy, like the grey Motives you see above, or the white Epic and Yard IV sets below. These styles are all available in slightly different colorways than Segura’s.
The Yard VI’s:
Like his gloves, Segura likes a standard issue look on his feet as well. He wears the UA Spine Low in the classic black/white, throwing in a pair of Brewer-colored laces like the gold ones above, or the blue set in the feature photo. The UA Spine Low is available at that link, but with a grey plate instead of Segura’s white one.
Benik W-106 in Navy
Jean Segura has been a fit for opposing pitchers on the bags this year, already over 30 SBs for the year on 35 chances. A head-first slider on steals, Segura wears the Benik W-106 on his right arm while on the bases, which protects his hand and wrist from getting jammed up on close plays. This guard is available at the link above in many colors.