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Disciples of Uecker

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

Posts by Jack Moore

BREWERS 5, Cubs 4: Analyzing The Final Play

Today’s game ended on possibly the oddest of all plays: the walkoff sacrifice bunt. Let’s take a deeper look at that play, and diagram what went so wrong for the Cubs as to allow Carlos Gomez to score all the way from first base. First… [More]

Angel Salome’s Prospect Status

In 2009, John Sickels rated Angel Salome at the 6th highest prospect in the Brewers system. He gave the catcher a “B” grade, adding the following comment: He can mash, but defense continues to draw mixed reviews, and if he can’t catch where does he… [More]

CUBS 9, Brewers 4: Why We Dread Watching

Tonight, the following people pitched for the Milwaukee Brewers. Randy Wolf Chris Smith David Riske Trevor Hoffman Somheow, the Brewers only gave up 9 runs. Ladies and gentlemen, your 2010 Milwaukee Brewers.

Chris Capuano’s Unenviable Streak

Chris Capuano started the 2007 season 5-0 with a 2.31 ERA. The Brewers won all of his first seven starts. In 39 innings, Capuano struck out 31 and only walked 13 and only allowed two home runs. It was part of an excellent beginning to… [More]

BREWERS 3, Cubs 2: Why We Still Watch

On the heels of a last at-bat victory against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Brewers stuck a walkoff win down the throats of Carlos Marmol and the Chicago Cubs. I don’t care that we’re 24-34. It’s a great time to be a Milwaukee Brewers fan…. [More]

Dylan Covey

By on June 8, 2010

Dylan Covey

The Milwaukee Brewers drafted RHP Dylan Covey with their first pick in the MLB Draft yesterday, the 14th overall pick. Covey is a high school prospect from Southern California. His repertoire includes a low-to-mid 90s fastball, a power curve in the low-to-mid 80s, and a… [More]

Jeff Suppan Released: A Retrospective

Today, Jeff Suppan was released by the Milwaukee Brewers. Suppan’s career is likely over, as he hasn’t shown any sort of life since a semi-respectable 4.42 FIP 2007 season. He will be most remembered for his storied role in the 2006 Cardinals World Series run,… [More]

The Most Important Day Of The Season

The Brewers are off today. That is, the Brewers players are off today. Tonight, Doug Melvin and his front office company will attempt to infuse a struggling farm system with some much needed talent in tonight’s MLB First Year Player Draft. The relative success of… [More]

Brewers 4, CARDINALS 3: A Great Win In A Disappointing Season

The Brewers, despite this win, are still only 23-34. They’re still 10 games out of a playoff spot and are in 5th place in the division. That doesn’t mean that this wasn’t a great win. Manny Parra pitched like I thought he could entering this… [More]

CARDINALS 8, Brewers 0: The Least Surprising Result

Adam Wainwright is a very good pitcher. The Cardinals have a very good lineup. Randy Wolf is an average pitcher, at best. Perhaps if you ask me before the game, I’m optimistic and I say the Brewers scratch a few runs together and lose something… [More]