Aramis Ramirez | Disciples of Uecker - Part 4

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…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]

Tuesday Round Up: The Future of the Brewers!

Every now and then, I have vivid dreams that foretell future events. Of course, none of them have happened yet, but that’s what’s fun about the distant future. Just the other night, I had an amazing dream about the Brewers winning the World Series —… [More]

Quick Hits: Braun, Ramirez, Strikeouts

BRAUN FOR MVP, AGAIN? After yet another dynamite performance at the plate last night against the Chicago Cubs, Ryan Braun is now hitting .307/.385/.600 with 35 home runs and 20 stolen bases. Players from non-contending teams have serious troubles contending for year-end awards — and Braun… [More]

Aramis Ramirez: Chasing Brewers History

The tremendous season Aramis Ramirez is currently enjoying has certainly gotten its fair share of virtual ink on the blogosphere. He remains one of the bright spots in a dreadful Brewers season — one that has seen the Brew Crew drop twelve games below .500 after… [More]

Reconsidering Rebuilding: Trading at the Deadline and 2013

After the flurry of right-handed pitching trades (or trades-to-be?) yesterday, the Brewers late-inning loss seemed a fitting accompaniment to fans’ trade market inquiries and “sell ‘em all” proclamations. Aside from the pending trade of Chicago Cubs righty Ryan Dempster for one of the Atlanta Braves’… [More]

2012 Brewers: Discipline and Punish

Over the offseason, I spent a lot of time writing about situational baseball, for a number of reasons. First and foremost, I wanted to get my mind around the types of approaches typically executed by good situational baseball players. Second, I wanted to see if… [More]

Monday Musings: Hernandez, Ramirez, Rogers

Some disjointed thoughts on a glum Monday morning, following a series loss to the Chicago White Sox: >>  We have not mentioned the acquisition on the site as of yet, but the Brewers signed right-handed veteran Livan Hernandez to a major-league deal in hopes of improving… [More]

Noon Hour Rounds: Tuesday, May 22

Last night the Brewers lost a tough 14-inning contest with the San Francisco Giants. Although the game seemed over from the start, as Brewers starter Randy Wolf allowed 3 runs in the top of the first inning, the Brewers hung tough and Wolf capped the… [More]