Aramis Ramirez | Disciples of Uecker - Part 3

Disciples of Uecker

We'd like to go to the Playoffs, that would be cool.

Posts Tagged ‘Aramis Ramirez ’

Where do NL Central Teams Stash their Cash?

Earlier this week, the folks at the LA Times put together a pretty sweet, interactive tool that can compare where each MLB team has spent its payroll for the 2013 season. I highly, highly recommend that you check it out. I find the disparity of… [More]

Rounding The Bases: Coming Back From Injury

Welcome to Rounding the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. You can follow @RyanTopp and @SteveGarczynski on Twitter. Ryan Topp: This really is the damnedest season I can remember. The team gets off to a 2-8… [More]

What Kind Of Team Is ’13 Brewers?

The 1987 Brewers have gone down in franchise history as “Team Streak”. The 1987 team established the “Team Streak” identity early in the season. Right out of the gates, they won their first 13 games, which still ties the 1982 Atlanta Braves for most consecutive… [More]

Ramirez to DL with sprained knee, Josh Prince called up

Aramis Ramirez’s knee injury isn’t as bad as it looked on Friday night, but it will still land him on the 15-day disabled list. To replace Ramirez on the roster, the Brewers called up outfielder/utility man Josh Prince. Ramirez has a sprained right knee, the… [More]

2013 Preview: Milwaukee Brewers Situational Baseball

According to The Bill James Handbook, the 2012 Milwaukee Brewers scored 168 manufactured runs, and they allowed 151 manufactured runs from their opponents. This was one of the better figures in the National League, although their differential was not as strong as 2011; during their… [More]

Circling the Bases: The Infield

Welcome to Circling the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. This week, the two tackle the Brewers’ infield. Ryan Topp: Now that the World Baseball Classic has started despite my best efforts,… [More]

Bumps and bruises piling up for Brewers

The Brewers have only been playing Spring Training games for a little over a week, but the injuries are starting to mount up. Luckily, nothing appears to be too serious. Ryan Braun sat out the weekend with a bruised knee after fouling a ball off… [More]

…Your Contact Hitting Brewers

Years ago, I remember that Brewers fans gave their beloved Milwaukee Nine the reputation of an undisciplined, strikeout prone club. Our 2008 Wild Card favorites included a gang of bats that might strike out more than 20% of plate appearances, but also hit home runs… [More]

Brewers Gold Glove drought hits 30 years

The Brewers had two “nominees” for Gold Gloves heading into Tuesday night’s special on ESPN2, but came away empty-handed once again as neither Ryan Braun nor Aramis Ramirez came away with the award at their position. Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez beat out Braun and Atlanta’s Martin… [More]

Braun, Ramirez finalists for Gold Gloves

Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez don’t have reputations as elite defenders, but both are finalists for Gold Glove awards, as announced by the Brewers today. Braun is one of the three finalists for the NL’s left field award, joining Colorado’s Carlos Gonzalez and Atlanta’s Martin… [More]