Oct 15, 2021; Houston, Texas, USA; Boston Red Sox right fielder Hunter Renfroe (10) reacts after hitting a one run double against the Houston Astros during the third inning in game one of the 2021 ALCS at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

With a lockout between Major League Baseball and the players approaching, the Milwaukee Brewers swung a deal before the deadline hit, acquiring power-hitting outfielder Hunter Renfroe from Boston for Jackie Bradley Jr. and two minor leaguers.

Renfroe spent one season with the Red Sox, signing as a free agent last offseason. In 144 games he slashed .259/.315/.501 with 31 home runs and 96 RBI. He happens to also play right field, a position of need for the Brewers after losing Avisail Garcia in free agency.

In his six-year MLB career, the first four of which he spent in San Diego before being dealt to Tampa Bay in 2020, he’s batting .237/.297/.490 with 128 homers. He’s hit at least 26 home runs in each of his four full seasons, with a high of 33 in 2019 with the Padres.

Renfroe is arbitration eligible and Boston had tendered him a contract Tuesday. He isn’t eligible for free agency until 2024.

Bradley Jr. played with the Red Sox from 2013-20 before signing with Milwaukee this past offseason. While he was stellar in the field, and a Gold Glove finalist, he struggled mightily at the plate, hitting just .163/.236/.261 in 428 plate appearances. It marked the third-lowest batting average in major-league history for anyone with 400+ PA.

Also included in the deal were infielders Alex Binelas and David Hamilton.

Binelas, a third baseman and native of Oak Creek, Wis., was a third-round pick in 2021. In 29 games with Single-A Carolina he hit .314/.379/.636 with nine home runs. MLB Pipeline ranked him as Milwaukee’s 17th-best prospect.

Hamilton, a second baseman/shortstop, was ranked as the 16th best. An eighth-round pick in 2019, he combined to bat .258/.341/.419 for Single-A Wisconsin and Double-A Biloxi last season, stealing 52 bases in 61 attempts. Hamilton ranked tied for fifth in steals in all of minor-league baseball.