Whether leadoff or not, Segura entrenched atop lineup
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Mar 20, 2014
"It's good things, but for me, I don't like to put those things in my head," Segura said. "I don't really have a preference," Segura said when asked about batting first or second. Physically, Jean Segura doesn't fit the classic shortstop mold. Batting second almost exclusively last year, Segura finished with a .294/.329/.423 slash line, stealing 44 bases in 57 attempts. The Brewers have struck similar agreements in recent seasons with players like catcher Jonathan Lucroy, pitcher Yovani Gallardo and outfielder Ryan Braun, in which the player gains financial security and the Brewers get cost certainty.