The Class A-Advanced California League’s Lake Elsinore Storm was where Renfroe started the 2014 campaign. Renfroe had a .295 batting average, 16 home runs, and 52 runs batted in across 69 games with Lake Elsinore.
He was elevated to the Class AA Texas League’s San Antonio Missions. Renfroe participated in the All-Star Futures Game in 2014.
Renfroe was sent to the Arizona Fall League by the Padres after the season to continue his development. Renfroe started the 2015 campaign with San Antonio before being promoted to the Class AAA El Paso Chihuahuas in August.
For El Paso, he participated in 21 games. Renfroe had a .272 batting average with 20 home runs and 78 RBIs for the entire season, including a .333 batting average with six home runs and 24 RBIs with El Paso.
Renfroe was welcomed to 2016 spring training by the Padres. With El Paso, he began the 2016 campaign. He received the Most Valuable Player Award for the 2016 Pacific Coast League.
The Padres promoted Renfroe to the major leagues on September 21 following the Triple-A Baseball National Championship Game of 2016.
The same evening, he made his debut at the plate as a pinch hitter and was deliberately walked by Arizona Diamondbacks reliever Edwin Escobar. In 11 games with San Diego, he batted .371.
Where Is Hunter Renfroe Today?
Hunter Renfroe is at the Milwaukee Brewers. Renfroe was traded by the Red Sox to the Milwaukee Brewers on December 1, 2021