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Revisiting the Margins

It’s been no secret that I’ve been bullish on the 2016 Brewers throughout the offseason. Through a combination of “rebuilding” (shed MLB contracts, add future assets) and “counterbuilding” (move & acquire roster assets against expected organizational outlook) moves, GM David Stearns has constructed a roster… [More]

Quick Glance: A Balanced Order

While the Brewers’ centerfield job remains wide open, manager Craig Counsell recently provided some clarity at the corners of the field. While there was little question that Chris Carter would start at 1B, there was some question about potential outfield moves (between Domingo Santana and… [More]

Assessment: Stearns’s Trades

By my count, according to the MLB.com transactions log, GM David Stearns‘s trade of Khris Davis was his ninth notable deal of the offseason. Entering spring training, the Brewers will feature a cast of new faces at the MLB level, and a set of intriguing… [More]

Counterbuilding or Rebuilding?

As the national Top 100 prospect lists are published by the major baseball magazines & websites, the Brewers’ reified climb into the Top Tier of MLB farm systems has resulted in much praise for GM David Stearns from Brewers fans. At the same time, the… [More]

DoU Podcast Ep 38 – Bye Jean, Bye Krush

Ryan Topp (@RDTopp) and Kyle Lesniewski (@brewerfan28) joins host Vineet Barot (@vbarot87) to discuss the most recent trade activities including: The incredible number of moves made by GM David Stearns The Jean Segura trade–was Segura better than we thought or did the Dbacks lose the trade?… [More]

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]

2016 Wins: Efficiency

By on January 11, 2016

2016 Wins: Efficiency

As rumors swirl about Jonathan Lucroy, as well as the Brewers’ apparent willingness to move Ryan Braun, it is difficult to find concrete topics to discuss as the roster remains in flux. However, regardless of the roster the Brewers have in place, one can look… [More]

2016 Wins: Replacement By Design

It is difficult not to feel optimistic about the Brewers as the new year opens. The club is basically within one season’s length of seeing what their top young players can do in the big leagues, and in the meantime GM David Stearns is stockpiling… [More]

Quick Profile: Tanking

By on January 4, 2016

Quick Profile: Tanking

The Brewers recently filled their 40-man roster with a trio of MLB-level options. Catcher Josmil Pinto and first-baseman Andy Wilkins both have “true corners” (1B / 3B / LF / RF) minor league positional profiles, while having previously cracked the MLB at one specific fielding… [More]

Quick Profile: 2016 Roster [so far!]

If you’re tempted to take the sudden relative quiet from GM David Stearns as a sign that the Brewers may be finished with big moves for now, a glance at the 40-man roster shows a startling reality: despite each of the club’s recent trades, there… [More]