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Disciples of Uecker

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Monday’s Prospect: Taylor Green

This is the fourth in a series of blog postings where I take a look at a prospect in the Brewers’ minor league system. Taylor Green Is a third baseman who can play second base in a pinch Is 5’11″, 200 pounds Bats left-handed, throws… [More]

Monday’s Prospect: Brooks Hall

The following is the third in a weekly series of posts where I take a look at a prospect in the Brewers’ minor league system. Brooks Hall Is a starting pitcher Is 6’5″, 200 pounds Pitches right-handed, bats right-handed Was born on 6/26/90 in Anderson,… [More]

Monday’s Prospect: Alex Jones

The following is the second in a weekly series of posts where I take a look at a prospect in the Brewers’ minor league system. Alex Jones Is a relief pitcher Is 6’6″, 190 pounds Pitches right-handed, would stand in batter’s box as a righty… [More]

Heat Maps With Comment: How the Brewers Pitch Pujols

We all know that Tony LaRussa quote about the Brewers pitching Pujols up and in (and inadvertently hitting him once), but here it is again: “They almost got him yesterday too. There’s nothing intentional about it. But they throw the ball in here… Do you… [More]

Narveson Gets Cut… on the Finger; Frankie de la Cruz Promoted

Matt Wise can start resting a little bit easier now: he is no longer the most recent Brewers pitcher to injure himself on a metal utility object. Chris Narveson can handle salad tongs well enough, but a pair of scissors meant to help fix the… [More]

A Brief Brewers Baserunning Update Again

The original version of this story appeared on my Tumblr blog last week. Since like 8 people read that, Jack said I could post the genius here too. Statistics have been updated for this edition. If you recall, I made my initial foray into Brewers… [More]

Monday’s Prospect: Logan Schafer

The following is the first in a weekly series of posts where I take a look at a prospect in the Brewers’ minor league system. Logan Schafer Plays center field 6’1″, 180 pounds Bats left-handed, throws left-handed Born 9/8/86 in San Jose, CA Drafted in… [More]

Presented Without Comment: ZiPS! Bang! Pow!

The Milwaukee Brewers head into August at the head of the National League Central pack. With a 2.5 game lead over the hated/classy St. Louis Cardinals and a pretty darn good shot at making the playoffs, everything the Brewers do on the field from here… [More]

When the Long Leash Turns Into a Choke Chain

Earlier today, Journal Sentinal beat writer Tom Haudricourt tweeted: If you want to know why Green hasn’t been called up to replace McGehee, it’s because [the Brewers] aren’t giving up on McGehee. At what point should a team “give up” on a player, and would… [More]

Brewers choose Farris to replace Weeks for now

General Manager Doug Melvin announced on WTMJ this morning that the Brewers are filling the roster spot vacated by newly disabled Rickie Weeks with Nashville Sounds second baseman Eric Farris. Farris was selected in the fourth round of the 2007 draft out of Loyola Marymount…. [More]