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Quick Profile: The Davis Surge

Left fielder Khris Davis was putting together a decent 2015 campaign before his May 30 injury. In a league that would hit .262 / .326 / .412 for batting average / on-base percentage / slugging, Davis’s .250 / .337 / .446 marks on May 30… [More]

Top 50 Prospects: Advanced Bats

Continuing Disciples of Uecker‘s prospect coverage, we’re highlighting all of the prospects throughout the Brewers’ organization that merit some extra attention. This series will serve as a primer for our forthcoming “Top 50 Prospect List,” to be revealed at the end of these features. These features should hopefully… [More]

Top 50 Prospects: Young Bats

Continuing Disciples of Uecker‘s prospect coverage, we’re highlighting all of the prospects throughout the Brewers’ organization that merit some extra attention. This series will serve as a primer for our forthcoming “Top Prospect List,” to be revealed at the end of these features. These features… [More]

Top 50 Prospects: Advanced Arms

Continuing Disciples of Uecker‘s prospect coverage, we’re highlighting all of the prospects throughout the Brewers’ organization that merit some extra attention. This series will serve as a primer for our forthcoming “Top Prospect List,” to be revealed at the end of these features. These features should hopefully provide… [More]

Top 50 Prospects: Young Arms

Continuing Disciples of Uecker‘s prospect coverage, we’re highlighting all of the prospects throughout the Brewers’ organization that merit some extra attention. This series will serve as a primer for our forthcoming “Top Prospect List,” to be revealed at the end of these features (the goal was something… [More]

Week 0: Brewers Roster Rankings

If you’re like me and keep a little personal Brewers prospect list, the last few days have been both exciting and intriguing: how do the new prospects fit into the Brewers’ system? The Brewers took two solid chances with the Rule 5 draft, adding hard… [More]

Offensive Battles & Rebuilding

In 2015, the major culprit for the difficult Brewers campaign was the starting rotation. Really, unfortunately, the major culprit was ineffectiveness among a couple of veteran pitchers, and then injuries and some first-full-season-adjustments by young organizational arms. On the offensive side, injuries were really the… [More]

First Pitch: Aggression & Discipline

One of the most redeeming aspects of the 2015 MLB playoff broadcasts is the extent to which the clubs have forced the analysts to discuss the first pitch. Even if a series of aggressive swings produced awkward terms like “ambush,” analysts began talking about a… [More]

Collapsing Middle Rotation

While working on the 2015 runs prevented rankings for the National League, I noticed a strange set of trends: The NL featured the lowest number of “full-time” starters since 2009 (only 67 regular starters worked 100+ innings). Only 11 starters prevented between 4 and -4… [More]

Replacement By Design

By on October 21, 2015

Replacement By Design

What I find especially telling in yesterday’s list of full-time, 800+ IP rotations is the absence of the Dodgers and Cubs. Looking at their rotations, they effectively used four regular starters, as well as a gang of replacements, to contend in 2015: ROTATIONS IP /… [More]