Carlos Gomez | Disciples of Uecker - Part 6

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Quick Hits: Marcum, Braun, Gomez, Gallardo

The Brewers may be statistically eliminated from the postseason race, but they still put together a quality win last night against the Padres. An overwhelming sense of hope surrounds this team for the upcoming ’13 season — which certainly bodes well for ticket sales next… [More]

Twitter Mailbag: Segura, Fiers, Coulter

“Does Jean Segura‚Äôs recent streak at the plate give you more/less confidence for 2013, and why?” — @KyleAshauer Over his last 16 games, Segura is hitting a robust .365/.441/.481 with a pair of doubles and triples. That’s certainly a marked improvement from his performance throughout… [More]

Has Carlos Gomez Changed?

By on September 4, 2012

Has Carlos Gomez Changed?

One of the most interesting aspects of the 2012 season for the Brewers is that it has simultaneously been a resounding disappointment and also fill with stand-out performances from a handful of players — Aramis Ramirez, Ryan Braun, Mike Fiers, Martin Maldonado, Marco Estrada, etc…. [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]

Presented Without Comment: Carlos Gomez’s walkoff steal

Presented without comment. Enjoy.

Sushi Lunch: Catching Up With Gomez and the West Coast

I must be getting old. Five or six years ago, I used to make an event out of each and every west coast Brewers game, finding books to read or lining up food and beer for every pitch into the wee hours of the morning…. [More]

Early Season Trends To Watch

We are only three weeks into the regular season, so the sample sizes are not large enough to make concrete arguments about anyone’s performance. We can, however, begin to identify interesting trends that have developed over the past three weeks and track them to see… [More]

Carlos Gomez Cares Not For Drawn In Infields

In the first inning of Tuesday’s 7-4 victory over the Cubs, Dale Sveum brought his infield in to face Aramis Ramirez in the first inning to give his infielders a chance to cut down Carlos Gomez (then at third) at the plate on a ground… [More]

2012 Preview: Milwaukee Brewers, Part I

Along with the rest of the National League, the Milwaukee Brewers’ run environment has declined, meaning that from their Wild Card appearance through their Division Championship, the Brewers’ offense remained consistently above average. 2008: 750 RS (Brewers) / 721 RS (league/park) 2009: 785 RS (Brewers)… [More]

Situational Baseball: The Brewers and Manufacturing Runs

Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise: the 2011 Milwaukee Brewers were one of the best teams in the league at manufacturing runs. That’s right — if you count the number of runs scored by the Brewers where the action was forced, where they were moving… [More]