The Brewers lost again on Sunday to the Reds, this time 4-3 in 10 innings. That wrapped up a 3-4 road trip that took the team through both St. Louis and Cincinnati and saw them playing short handed more often than not. All in all,… [More]
Posts by Ryan Topp
What can you say about the Brewers right now? Despite an absolutely decimated roster, the Crew somehow managed to win again in extras, downing the Cardinals 5-4 in 11 innings. The bullpen was its usual outstanding self, allowing only one run in five innings of work…. [More]
Baseball is often a game that confounds expectations. Fantasy players and anyone who has ever tried to bet on baseball knows that just because a given lineup or starter looks particularly strong or weak doesn’t mean all that much. Bad starters shut down league leading… [More]
Fangraphs author Jason Collette joins host Vineet Barot to discuss the 16-6 Milwaukee Brewers, Ron Roenicke’s aggressiveness and whether the team can get to 90 wins. You can listen, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes by clicking here.
On Monday night, the Brewers defeated the Padres 4-3 at Miller Park. The win was their 15th on the year, against only 5 losses, and their 4th victory in a row. Perhaps the most under-appreciated hero of the team’s early hot start is starter Wily… [More]
Before “Gomez-gate” turned a pleasant Easter Sunday into knock-down, dragout 14 inning 3-2 victory, there was a very interesting piece on ESPN.com from Keith Law and Mark Simon examining the usefulness of shifts in MLB. The post (sorry, it’s insider only) makes the case that… [More]