Jack Moore | Disciples of Uecker - Part 38

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Introducing The George Kottaras Walk Rate Tracker

As I mentioned in today’s post on our catchers, George Kottaras entered today leading the majors in walk rate among players with as many PAs. Kottaras had walked 20 times in 78 PAs, for a 25.6% walk rate, leading players with at least 70 PAs…. [More]

BREWERS 2, Mets 0: A Short Summary

That is all.

Catchers

By on May 28, 2010

Catchers

Alternate Title: Post That Quickly Turns Into Rant About How Awesome George Kottaras Is Unfortunately, Gregg Zaun’s injury is going to be much worse than it initially appeared. Zaun suffered a torn labrum which could potentially end his season and his career. That means that… [More]

BREWERS 4, Astros 3: What The Hell Was That?!

I’m told that this was a Major League Baseball game. I’m told that Major League Baseball managers generally understand strategies, especially with regards to roster management, that should be employed in a major league baseball game. Therefore, I’m forced to conclude one of the following… [More]

Patience

By on May 27, 2010

Patience

Braun’s at bat in the 9th against Lindstrom. [adsense]

Negativism And Poppycock

On NBC Sports’s baseball blog, Hardball Talk, there is a post from Aaron Gleeman titled “Brewers manager Ken Macha tired of ‘negativism’ and ‘poppycock’” Aren’t we all tired of negativism and poppycock? Here’s Macha’s full quote: Sunday was an exceptional day and to have any… [More]

Evaluating John Axford

By on May 25, 2010

Evaluating John Axford

The Brewers bullpen has been incredibly disappointing this season by any measure. The biggest bright spot, both in terms of the present and the future, has definitely been John Axford. Axford has pitched in five games so far and six innings, allowing two runs and… [More]

Has Anything Changed With Trevor?

Trevor Hoffman returned to action on Sunday, but not as the closer of the Milwaukee Brewers. Hoffman instead returned as the setup man, recording a perfect inning including a strikeout. He threw 9 of his 10 pitches for strikes. Everything appeared to be as it… [More]

Brewers 4, TWINS 3: Axford Takes Brewers For A Ride

The Brewers managed to salvage a game in the Twins series today, thanks to a heroic effort from Brewers pitchers. Marco Estrada pitched well on no rest, striking out three and only walking one in three innings. Of course, that left six more innings and… [More]