Jaymes Langrehr | Disciples of Uecker - Part 2

Disciples of Uecker

We'd like to go to the Playoffs, that would be cool.

Posts by Jaymes Langrehr

Norichika Aoki trade to KC creates a few questions

There hasn’t been a lot about the Brewers over the past couple seasons that was consistent. Norichika Aoki was. He played in 306 of 324 games, usually hit at the top of the order, and if you go by on-base percentage, he was one of… [More]

Marco Estrada, Juan Francisco tendered contracts

The Brewers had a quiet non-tender deadline day Monday, but that sort of thing will happen when you spend the past few months cutting loose anyone you likely would have non-tendered, anyway. They ended up tendering contracts to the only two arbitration-eligible players they had… [More]

Brewers trade Burke Badenhop to Boston

For the third straight year, Burke Badenhop is being traded in the offseason. The Brewers sent the right-handed sinker specialist to Boston on Friday for 20-year-old lefty Luis Ortega. The Brewers acquired Badenhop on December 1st of last year from Tampa Bay in exchange for… [More]

Brewers don’t make any deadline deals

The Brewers entered deadline day with the fourth-worst record in the Major Leagues, the fourth-worst run differential in the National League, 12.5 games behind Cincinnati for the second wildcard. They’re in last place in the NL Central, 18.5 games behind St. Louis. If there’s a… [More]

Brewers shuffle roster by promoting Scooter, trading for Juan Francisco

When Mark Attanasio visited the Fox Sports Wisconsin booth a little less than two weeks ago, it was pretty clear changes would come following his next meeting with Doug Melvin & Co. He wasn’t happy with the way the Brewers were playing, and that was… [More]

Rosenthal: Brewers Offered Extension To Segura

When Carlos Gomez signed his extension in mid-March, Doug Melvin spoke about the importance of locking up his young “up-the-middle” starters. Gomez joined Jonathan Lucroy in being signed through 2016. Now, it looks like the Brewers may be looking to keep another young star in… [More]

Brewers activate Jeff Bianchi, send Khris Davis down

Following Wednesday’s loss to the Pirates, the Brewers announced they were optioning Khris Davis down to Triple-A Nashville. Most people seemed to guess it meant Jeff Bianchi was ready to end his rehab assignment and come off the disabled list, and today we found out… [More]

Brewers bringing back Thirty Pitches of Terror

While the Brewers’ bullpen has stabilized a bit recently, it’s never a bad idea to add an insurance policy. Well, maybe almost never, depending on your opinion of the Brewers bringing Francisco Rodriguez back. The Brewers announced after Wednesday night’s walkoff win that they were… [More]

Yovani Gallardo arrested for driving drunk

As bad as things have been to start the year, the last thing the Brewers needed was another distraction from one of the faces of the franchise. Of course, when your best starting pitcher gets arrested for driving with a BAC of 0.22 — almost… [More]

Review: Out of the Park Baseball 14

As we are fond of noting here at DoU, baseball’s latest collective bargaining agreement makes it tougher for small-market teams to stockpile and overpay draft picks. As a result, teams are starting to explore other avenues to collect young, controllable talent. It’s a good thing,… [More]