Jack Moore | Disciples of Uecker - Part 37

Disciples of Uecker

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Law: Brewers to pick RHP Deck McGuire at #14.

It’s insider-only, but Keith Law’s latest mock draft is up, and he has Georgia Tech pitcher Deck McGuire coming to Milwaukee with the 14th pick. McGuire was the 2009 ACC pitcher of the year and has pitched well in 2010, putting up an 8-4 record… [More]

MARLINS 3, Brewers 2: Game Notes

First, the good with Capuano. – Four strikeouts, only one walk That’s as far as I can get. Then comes the long list of bad. – 80 pitches in only 3.2 innings. – 7 hits, which can’t really be construed as poor BABIP luck because…… [More]

Notes on Lucroy and Kottaras

- Lucroy will now be the personal starter for Chris Capuano, who starts tonight against Josh Johnson of the Marlins. George Kottaras will catch Randy Wolf. – George Kottaras is at a 25% walk rate through 100 plate appearances. Of course, you know this, because… [More]

Brewers 7, MARLINS 4: The Way It Was Supposed To Be

This was Brewers baseball. This was how we all envisioned it when the season started. This is how all of the games were supposed to go. Yovani Gallardo, the ace, continued to do it all, as he’s done his entire career. He went 7 innings… [More]

Tracking Corey Hart’s Home Runs

One of my favorite baseball sites out there is Hit Tracker Online. Over at Hit Tracker, they use crazy technology stuff to measure the distances of home runs. They also account for variables such as altitude and wind, and give us interesting information such as… [More]

MARLINS 6, Brewers 3: Not Mad At Ken Macha

This seems like the perfect game to be mad at Ken Macha. Dave Bush had completely recovered from what was a brutal first inning and was only 81 pitches deep after six innings. Instead of leaving him in, Macha decided to pinch hit Joe Inglett,… [More]

Brewers Sign Terrible Reliever

The Brewers added former Washington National and New York Yankee Brian Bruney on a minor league deal. There’s an out clause in his contract set for sometime in July, much like those of Chris Capuano and Kameron Loe, so we may see him up later… [More]

Kameron Loe Coming Up; Strong Side, Weak Side

Kameron Loe is a former member of the Texas Rangers whom the Brewers signed after he spent the 2009 season playing in Japan for the illustrious Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks. He has spent the 2010 season with Nashville, making 10 starts, striking out 39 and walking… [More]

Progress

By on May 31, 2010

Progress

Despite today’s 10-4 loss to the New York Mets, the Brewers are winners of two straight series and have won 5 out of their last 7 games. Let’s take a look at how that has impacted their playoff odds, courtesy of Coolstandings. St. Louis has… [More]

Capuano Up, Vargas Out

By on May 29, 2010

Capuano Up, Vargas Out

According to this tweet from Tyler Barnes, the Brewers will indeed be adding Chris Capuano to the roster. To make space on both the 25 and 40 man rosters, Claudio Vargas will be designated for assignment. Chris Capuano has put together some very good starts… [More]