The Arizona Diamondbacks continued their roster overhaul Saturday by making a five-player trade with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Arizona sent second baseman Aaron Hill, pitcher Chase Anderson and minor league infielder Isan Diaz to Milwaukee for 2013 All-Star shortstop Jean Segura and pitcher Tyler Wagner.
Segura, 25, is seen as the biggest prize of this swap. In his first full season in the bigs, Segura was named an All-Star and finished the year hitting .294/.329/.423 with 12 home runs.
But, Segura's production has declined the last two seasons.
Last season he hit only .257/.281/.336 while only knocking six over the fence. Segura's speed continued to be a threat though, swiping 25 bases.
In Arizona, Segura could take over as the team's new shortstop or replace Hill at second base.
Hill, an 11-year veteran, hit .230/.295/.345 with six home runs in 2015. For his career, the 2009 All-Star has hit .268/.323/.423 with 151 home runs.
Anderson should slot right into the Brewers' starting rotation. The 28-year-old went 6-6 with a 4.30 ERA last season and is 15-13 with a 4.18 ERA in his two-year MLB career.
The final piece headed to Milwaukee is a highly-touted middle infield prospect in Diaz.
Diaz, 19, was a second-round high school draft pick selected by the D'backs in 2014. The native of Puerto Rico had a huge 2015 season, hitting .360/.436/.640 with 13 home runs in 68 games played.
Along with Segura, the Brewers also sent over starting pitcher Tyler Wagner.
Wagner, 25, made his MLB debut last season. In three games, the righty went 0-2 with a 7.24 ERA.