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Waiver Claims Proving Fruitful For Crew

When most of the baseball world hears the word ‘transaction’, our ears perk up to listen to the recent trade or free agency signing a team has made.  Occasionally, the move may even be a call-up of a top prospect or a corresponding move after… [More]

Personal List: Preseason Top Prospects

Recently, I’ve been analyzing the offseason of GM David Stearns, specifically focusing on several of the newcomers and the depth of the system that Stearns has enhanced. Milwaukee’s organization was taking off before the GM started his wave of trades, and since Stearns focused on… [More]

Quick Profile: 2016 Bats

By on February 11, 2016

Quick Profile: 2016 Bats

Following Thursday morning’s glance at the 2016 arms, the positional players appear to be much less easily sorted into roles. First and foremost, there are many more issues with marginal depth players without options on the positional side, compared to the rather easily optioned pitchers. If… [More]

30 Farmhands #12: Ranking the Newcomers

Months ago, I began preparing Disciples of Uecker for an updated Top 30 prospects list, since the club’s minor league surge in 2015 certainly made compiling such a list worthwhile. While working on this project, I quickly realized that the minor league depth spiraled well… [More]

Quick Profile: Chris Carter

The Brewers swapped out one element of their 40-man roster (a gamble on a catching prospect) for another (a gamble on a true outcome first baseman) when they signed Chris Carter yesterday. Unfortunately, GM David Stearns designated Josmil Pinto for assignment, which is a somewhat… [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]