Brewers draft analysis | Disciples of Uecker - Part 3

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Junkball Blues: Nathan Kirby vs. Florida

This afternoon’s start by University of Virginia LHP Nathan Kirby perfectly coincided with my day off, so I took the opportunity to watch the young southpaw and see what Brewers fans might look for in his arm. The Brewers scouting team has known Kirby for… [More]

Contrasting Tools: Clark & Orimoloye

The results of the 2015 Brewers draft feel different. Certainly, the club continued their general high-ceiling gambling that began in 2014 (a good thing), but they seemed to place their focus on different types of tools. If you’re a Brewers fan that is disheartened with… [More]

Smartbuilding #4: New York Mets

Earlier this spring, Hardball Times published a told-you-so / gotcha-genre article with one of Doug Melvin‘s worst public quotes in his tenure as General Manager. The quote is so bad, of course, because of the author’s lead-in and editorializing, but also because it’s so uncharacteristic… [More]

2015 Brewers Draft Round-Up

First Ten Rounds The Brewers draft took off during the second day, as at least four selections tweeted their thanks (or, “allegiance” (?)) to the Brewers and raw prep arm Nash Walters signed with the club. Blessed to say I’m going to be a brewer!… [More]

2015 Brewers Draft Picks: Days One & Two

Last night, the first, supplemental, and second rounds of the MLB draft showed that even if pre-draft rankings give fans basic ideas of how good an amateur prospect might be, the draft will not always follow that path exactly. A few of the draft’s best-ranked… [More]