Hiura was Milwaukee’s top prospect as of the start of the 2018 season, according to MLB.com.
As of June 1, he had a.320 batting average with seven home runs and 23 RBIs in 50 games for the Carolina Mudcats of Class A-Advanced Carolina League before being promoted to the Class AA Southern League Biloxi Shuckers.
Hiura concluded the season with Biloxi, where he batted .272 with six home runs, twenty RBIs, and eleven stolen bases in 73 games. He also won the 2018 Arizona Fall League MVP award.
The San Antonio Missions were Hiura’s first opponents of the new year in 2019. On May 14, he was picked for assignment and promoted to the top leagues.
Against the Philadelphia Phillies, he made his major league debut on May 14.
Hiura was sent back to the minors on June 3, 2019, to make place for Travis Shaw, despite a solid season in the majors.
On June 28, Hiura and infielder Tyler Saladino returned to the Brewers, while Shaw was sent back to the minors and utility player Hernán Pérez was designated for assignment.
Hiura hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th inning on July 28 against the Chicago Cubs. With 16 errors in 2019, he was the most error-prone second baseman in the major leagues.
Hiura hit .212/.297/.410 with 13 home runs and 32 RBIs in 59 games during the pandemic-shortened 2020 season. When it came to second basemen, he ranked first in the National League in strikeouts (85), putouts (66), and errors (16).
Keston Hiura Contract
The Milwaukee Brewers and Keston Hiura agreed to a one-year, $705,100 deal, with a $705,100 guarantee.
Keston Hiura Salary
Keston Hiura earns an average salary of $705,100 a year. Hiura will have a basic salary of $705,100 in 2022.
Keston Hiura Net Worth
Keston Hiura has a net worth estimation of $500,000