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Dump Him or Keep Him: Hitter Edition

The Brewers lost again on Tuesday, 4-2 to the Reds. No shame in losing to Johnny Cueto, really, but it’s just hard to get excited about much of anything about the team right now. It’s only natural to start thinking towards the future, and the… [More]

Blowing It Up: A Survival Guide

There is no need to mince words here, the Brewers have gotten off to a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad start. It seems as though the walls are caving in from all directions all at once. Even though it isn’t strictly true that the… [More]

Blog News: Changes Afoot

By on April 13, 2015

Blog News: Changes Afoot

About 17 months ago, it was my privilege to take over ownership and management of Disciples of Uecker, following in the very large and imposing footsteps of JP Breen and Jack Moore. I knew going in that my tenure wasn’t going to feature me as… [More]

Will the Brewers Go “All In” Again in 2015?

It’s been awhile, so hopefully the cliche can be forgiven: are the Brewers going to go “all in” and deal away some of their top prospects for immediate impact? If they do so, it really shouldn’t be a surprise, because it would be┬áthe third time… [More]

Brewers Keep Winning Despite Doubts and Doubters

After a disappointing four-game split with the Cubs at Wrigley, the Brewers went out to LA and promptly swept the Dodgers. The Crew won games started by both Zack Greinke and Clay Kershaw in the process, thanks in large part to some very good pitching… [More]

Should Fiers Stay In The Brewers Rotation?

Despite a very sloppy 5-1 loss to the Clayton Kershaw led Dodgers on Sunday, the Brewers still managed to take two out of three from the Dodgers. Couple that with another two wins over the Giants earlier in the week, and the Brewers had a… [More]

What A Peralta Extension Might Look Like

The Brewers finally won another series on Thursday, downing the Giants 3-1 behind 6 2/3 strong innings from starter Wily Peralta. The big right hander was in command most of the day, striking out nine against only one walk. Perhaps even more impressively, all of… [More]

Figuring Out The 8th Inning

By on August 6, 2014

Figuring Out The 8th Inning

The Brewers beat the Giants 4-3 on Tuesday, thanks in large part to the heroics of the newly acquired Gerardo Parra. In the bottom of the seventh he hit a solo home run that gave the Brewers the lead and eventual winning margin. Then, in… [More]

Is Now the Time To Extend Lucroy?

March 26th, 2012 was a banner day for Milwaukee Brewers’ team president and general manager Doug Melvin. On that day he outdid even his own handiwork of four years earlier when he signed Jonathan Lucroy to one of the more remarkably team-friendly deals in recent… [More]

Ron Roenicke’s Rotten Weekend

The Brewers dropped a pair of tough losses in St Louis over the weekend. The first came Saturday night, a high scoring 9-7 loss where the Crew got behind early and rallied several times, only to ultimately come up short in the end. Sunday’s loss… [More]