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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]

Summary of Previews: Brewers’ First Half

62.5% If there’s a telling statistic about the Brewers’ recent success and struggles, it’s also a straightforward statistic: from June 1 onward, 62.5% of the Brewers’ games required five runs (or more) in order to win. Let that sink in: basically, for every series, the… [More]

The Many Sides of Aramis Ramirez

To say Aramis Ramirez was having problems at the plate prior to Saturday’s game would be an understatement. Ramirez had not recorded more than one hit in a game since smacking three singles against the Cardinals on April 16th. That 18-game stretch with no multi-hit… [More]

Injuries, Roster Utilization, and the Brewers

The Brewers pulled off, arguably, their most impressive win of the season Monday night in St. Louis. Trailing 3-0 in the 7th inning against a dominant Michael Wacha, the Brewers plated three runs to tie the game. The bullpen kept the Cardinals offense scoreless for… [More]

Taking a Look at the Brewers Aggressive Offensive Approach

The Brewers’ nine-game winning streak was snapped on Monday night at the hands of timely Cardinals hitting and a dominant Lance Lynn performance. A Jhonny Peralta solo homer got St. Louis on the board in the second inning, and Jon Jay put the game away… [More]

Roenicke Should Challenge Early and Often

Ron Roenicke missed an opportunity to use his first replay challenge in the second inning on Opening Day. In a scoreless tie in the second, Aramis Ramirez was doubled off at second base on a Lyle Overbay liner, and the inning ended on a 3-6… [More]

The Brewers’ $100 M Ball Club

With all the projections being made about the Brewers’ 2014 season, here’s one you can take to the bank — the Brewers payroll will exceed $100 M for the first time in the organization’s history. AP compiled the Opening Day payrolls for every MLB team… [More]

2014 Brewers Position Preview: Third Base

Starter: Aramis Ramirez Backup: Juan Francisco, Mark Reynolds, Jeff Bianchi AAA Depth: ??? The future: Nick Delmonico, Tucker Neuhaus, Gilbert Lara In his first two seasons with in Milwaukee, Aramis Ramirez has demonstrated the best and worst case scenarios of his three year, $36 million… [More]

Brewers Camp Battles: Reserve Infielders

Let’s open up this Brewers Camp Battles post with a riddle, shall we? Q: What do you get when you mix a first base platoon with a second base platoon? A: Mixed emotions for Jeff Bianchi. As a general footnote, having any emotions whatsoever surrounding… [More]

Why They Play the Games: Projected BP Standings

Baseball Prospectus released PECOTA for 2014 earlier this week and the results are uninspiring for the Milwaukee Brewers. The St. Louis Cardinals are viewed as the class of the division with a projected 88 wins, followed by a grouping of the Reds, Brewers and Pirates… [More]