Aguilar went 1-for-4 with a two-run single in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Pirates. Aguilar got a breather for the first game but was active for the second contest. He made things interesting with a soft two-run single in the ninth, plating his 69th and 70th runs of the first half. The winner of the National League's All-Star final vote boasts a .300/.370/.626 slash line with 24 homers and 48 runs scored to go with that hefty RBI count during his breakout season.
Aguilar is not in the lineup for the first game of Saturday's doubleheader against the Pirates. Travis Shaw will jump across the diamond to man first base, opening up third base for Hernan Perez. Aguilar will almost certainly be back in there for the nightcap against right-hander Clay Holmes. The 28-year-old Aguilar won the Final Vote in the NL and is now an All-Star after being on the roster bubble in spring training.
Aguilar went 1-for-4 with a solo home run and a walk in Thursday's loss to the Pirates. Aguilar simply can't be stopped right now. He has five long balls in his last seven games and 15 since the start of June, raising his OPS from .901 to 1.019 during that span. The 28-year-old slugger recently won the NL All-Star Final Vote, and he will have a spot in the Home Run Derby on Monday night Washington D.C.
Aguilar went 2-for-4 with two home runs, four RBI and three runs scored Sunday against the Braves. Aguilar went deep in consecutive innings to record his 21st and 22nd home runs of the season. He is now tied with Nolan Arenado as the National League home-run leader, though he has 76 fewer at-bats. Playing time should no longer be an issue for Aguilar, as the Brewers will want to keep his impressive .306/.368/.633 slash in the lineup regularly.
Aguilar went 3-for-4 with a double and a three-run home run in Friday's 5-4 win over the Braves. His third-inning blast off Mike Foltynewicz was the 20th of the season for Aguilar and 11th since the beginning of June. The 28-year-old now boasts a .307/.365/.618 slash line on the year as he continues to stake a strong claim on full-time duty at first base for the Brewers.