J.P. Breen | Disciples of Uecker - Part 23

Disciples of Uecker

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Podcast, Episode 2.23: “Acoustic Versions of Nickelback Songs”

Milwaukee may not be playing baseball any longer, but Ryan and I still return to talk some Brewers baseball and set the stage for the upcoming offseason. Agenda: Introduction Mailbag Is Carlos Gomez Retainable? Internal Options for the 2013 Bullpen Outside Bench Options? Season Review… [More]

2012 Season In Review: Position Players

With the 2012 campaign in the books for the Brewers, I will look back and analyze the season this week in three different parts: position players, starting rotation, and bullpen. The purpose of these articles is not to look forward and project future performance. Instead,… [More]

Some 2012 Brewers Video Highlights

Feeling some Brewers withdrawal now that the regular season is completed? Watch some of the best parts of the season:

Ben Sheets Retires, A Retrospective

On Wednesday afternoon, Ben Sheets threw one scoreless inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates and officially retired from baseball. For good. “I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt I’m not playing again,” Sheets said. “No matter what, there is not enough help or money… [More]

Quick Hits: Marcum, Braun, Gomez, Gallardo

The Brewers may be statistically eliminated from the postseason race, but they still put together a quality win last night against the Padres. An overwhelming sense of hope surrounds this team for the upcoming ’13 season — which certainly bodes well for ticket sales next… [More]

Podcast, Episode 2.22: “Arguing About Corey Hart”

Despite the tough losses this week that have put a significant damper on the Brewers’ postseason dreams, Ryan and I return with another episode of the podcast for your listening pleasure. Here is the agenda: Introduction Mailbag 2013 Starting Rotation Carlos Gomez Contract Extension? Rickie… [More]

Quick Hits: Lucroy, Aoki, Kintzler

In a must-win game against the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Shaun Marcum tossed six innings of one-run baseball, and the offense provided more than enough firepower to propel the Brewers to a victory. Combined with a St. Louis Cardinals loss against the Houston Astros, Milwaukee moved back… [More]

Twitter Mailbag: Segura, Fiers, Coulter

“Does Jean Segura’s recent streak at the plate give you more/less confidence for 2013, and why?” — @KyleAshauer Over his last 16 games, Segura is hitting a robust .365/.441/.481 with a pair of doubles and triples. That’s certainly a marked improvement from his performance throughout… [More]

ESPN’s David Schoenfield On The Brewers

Sitting down to write an article about yesterday’s shutout victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates, I ran across this article from ESPN’s David Schoenfield. It made several worthwhile points, and instead of simply rehashing the points in different verbiage, I thought it prudent to let David’s… [More]

Podcast, Episode 2.21: “Ryan, The Cubs Fan”

The last time we had a podcast, Ryan and I were attempting to temper the excitement surrounding an improbable Brewers’ postseason run. About a week-and-a-half later, though, the Brewers are only 2.5 games out of the second Wild Card position and playing extremely solid baseball…. [More]