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Assessment: Stearns’s Trades

By my count, according to the MLB.com transactions log, GM David Stearns‘s trade of Khris Davis was his ninth notable deal of the offseason. Entering spring training, the Brewers will feature a cast of new faces at the MLB level, and a set of intriguing… [More]

Week 0: Brewers Roster Rankings

If you’re like me and keep a little personal Brewers prospect list, the last few days have been both exciting and intriguing: how do the new prospects fit into the Brewers’ system? The Brewers took two solid chances with the Rule 5 draft, adding hard… [More]

Wily Peralta & Rebuilding

By on December 11, 2015

Wily Peralta & Rebuilding

We’re in the thick of hot stove season, and David Stearns is making his mark on his first team. Adam Lind, likely the most obvious candidate for trade, was dealt to Seattle on Wednesday. Now that Lind is gone, it’s fair to speculate on who… [More]

Smartbuilding #9: Doug Melvin’s Conservatism

For quite some time, I’ve worked to formulate a thread, an argument, or an ideology about the Brewers’ front office. There is a seemingly simple fact about Brewers President and GM Doug Melvin that becomes more complex as it is unfolded: Melvin is loyal to… [More]

Tuesday Morning Coffee: SP, Lucroy, Aramis, Trade Season

After scoring at least four runs in 12 of their first 16 games in July, the Brewers offense has gone completely cold. That cold streak extended from Phoenix to San Francisco, as Milwaukee lost to the Giants last night in a 4-to-2 affair. The game… [More]

Smartbuilding #2: Contending & Prospect Windows

One useful tool for analyzing baseball rosters is to look at specific “windows” of contract / reserve control. By looking at when specific contracts expire, or when a club loses its arbitration (or reserve) rights for certain players, one can determine the type of goals… [More]

Building & Rebuilding #4: Reserve Control

One wonders whether it was a conscientious strategy of GM Doug Melvin to follow the Brewers’ 2014 collapse with an extremely active first week of the offseason. Whatever the motivations — certainly, at least, to make the team better — Melvin is giving Brewers fans… [More]