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Brewers don’t make any deadline deals

The Brewers entered deadline day with the fourth-worst record in the Major Leagues, the fourth-worst run differential in the National League, 12.5 games behind Cincinnati for the second wildcard. They’re in last place in the NL Central, 18.5 games behind St. Louis. If there’s a… [More]

Two TOOTBLANs in July

By on July 5, 2013

Two TOOTBLANs in July

Rickie Weeks made a huge mistake during Wednesday’s game against the Nationals. The Brewers led 4-1 in the top of the eighth. There was one out with Aramis Ramirez on third, Rickie Weeks on first, and Sean Halton dug into the batter’s box. Halton crushed… [More]

Aramis Ramirez’s Battle Against Breaking Balls

The Brewers were trailing 7-1 in the bottom of the 8th inning, on Thursday, when Aramis Ramirez stepped to the plate. In a game dominated by Cubs’ starting pitcher Matt Garza, who collected a season high 10 strikeouts against the Crew, Ramirez was one of… [More]

Rounding the Bases: Is It Time To Embrace Losing?

Steve Garczynski: The 2013 season has spiraled out of control for the Milwaukee Brewers. A team that was likely to win 80 games when the season began is going to struggle to win 70 due to a combination of injuries and underperformance. Baseball Prospectus currently… [More]

A Season of Silver Linings

On opening day, expectations for the 2013 Brewers’ were far from high when the staff at Disciples of Uecker weighted in with their thoughts. The Brewers’ predicted win totals ranged from 80 to 87 but averaged out to about 83. After winning only 29 out… [More]

Twitter Mailbag: Trade Deadline, Weeks, Ramirez

“Putting on your GM cap, which players, for one reason or another, do you think are untradeable and why?”  –  @KyleAshauer I don’t believe any player on the Brewers roster is currently untradeable based upon money. If Vernon Wells and his albatross contract can be… [More]

Recent Trends in Brewers’ Tradeable Assets

After a soulless 10-1 thumping by the lowly Houston Astros, it feels like the final few nails are being prepped for the metaphorical coffin. The Brewers currently sit 13 games under .500 and need nothing short of a miracle to rejoin the Wild Card race…. [More]

Brewers’ Starting Pitchers: The Good, Bad and Ugly

Saturday in Cincinnati, the Brewers’ shutout an opponent for the first time all season. They were the last MLB team to do so in 2013. Yovani Gallardo led the charge by going six innings, striking out five, and giving up three hits and two walks…. [More]

Failing First

By on June 7, 2013

Failing First

One third of the 2013 season is finished for the Milwaukee Brewers. Prior to Thursday’s game, the Brewers had managed to go 22-36 for a .379 winning percentage. Only the Houston Astros (22-38, .367 WP) and the Miami Marlins (16-44, .267 WP) have fared worse… [More]

What If The Brewers Sell?

“Baseball is drama with an endless run and an ever-changing cast.” — Joe Garagiola One of the reasons I adore baseball is its eternal nature. I certainly enjoy the intricacies of the game itself, but baseball is more expansive and far-reaching than just the three… [More]