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Carlos Gomez Is Special In Center Field

Carlos Gomez has been a plus defender in center field since he first donned a big-league uniform. FanGraphs estimates he’s been worth +64.6 runs defensively over his seven-year career, which using the sabermetric standard of ten runs equaling a “win,” we can effectively argue that… [More]

News & Notes: Gomez Injury, Trade Winds, Lucroy

GOMEZ EXITS GAME WITH SHOULDER INJURY Few things have gone right for the Brewers on the diamond this year, but one of the brightest spots of the 2013 season almost went up in smoke when Carlos Gomez awkwardly collided with the wall in the top… [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]

News and Notes: Devin Williams, Gallardo and Gomez

BREWERS SIGN TOP DRAFT PICK Few draft experts expected any tension between the Brewers and right-hander Devin Williams on draft day. The prep hurler was portrayed as an easy sign, and over the weekend, Jim Callis of Baseball America reported that the Brewers inked Williams to… [More]

The WAR between Studs and Bums

On Wednesday night, Carlos Gomez went 4-5 with two triples, three runs scored, and three RBIs — a mighty successful day at the office for the Brewers’ center fielder. Gomez continues to build on a strong finish to the 2012 season and appears to be… [More]

Give Lohse the Lead & Brewers Will Win

Sunday was special for the Brewers in a few ways. Their 9-1 win secured both a series and season-series victory over the Phillies. The “W” also extended the Brewers’ winning streak to three. Their longest winning streak since their nine game surge that skidded to… [More]

Could Carlos Gomez go 40-40?

In baseball’s modern era, the creation of the American League in 1901, there have been 236 no-hitters and 21 perfect games. 65 times pitchers have struck out four players in one inning, and 50 times pitchers have stuck out the side using the minimum of… [More]

Quarter Season Crisis

By on May 20, 2013

Quarter Season Crisis

.215/.276/.339 Traditional baseball fans know that this slash line is not a particularly good one. All three stats (batting average/on-base percentage/slugging percentage) are below the current league average. .615 OPS /.271 wOBA /68 wRC+ Fans of baseball’s advanced metrics (Sabermetricians, statheads, Saberheads, nerds, number crunchers,… [More]

Saturn Nuts or Scary Stats?

On Sunday morning, I did something out of the ordinary and slept in. I walked my dogs then double-checked that everything was good to go with my fantasy baseball line-up. That’s when I saw that the Brewers game had started and the Crew was already… [More]

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]