While we are well into prospect promotion season where most of the top names have already arrived in the majors, there are still some big names that were still waiting for the call as May moved to its midpoint. One was Milwaukee Brewers second base prospect Keston Hiura who was originally a 2017 first-round pick of the team and who has done nothing but destroy the baseball so far this season which led to his promotion on Tuesday. Already considered a top overall prospect who has been ranked as high as sixth in the minors, Hiura was hitting a scorching .333 with 11 home runs and 4 steals in just 147 at-bats at Triple-A before arriving in Milwaukee. Needless to say, Hiura should be picked where in any league where he is available as the bat is real and very potent. Already we are seeing plus power from the 22-year-old and while he has some struggles with strikeouts (27.2 K/9), he offsets that some with a solid walk rate (10.2 BB/9). Even better, Hiura is not just a slugger as he can swipe some bases to help further solidify his massive potential. So while there are bound to be growing pains along the way, Hiura is an immediate add and plug-in bat at a position that is sorely lacking in high-end impact bats this season.