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Learn from the past, avoid big trades for starting pitchers

A year ago, the Brewers found themselves in a surprising position atop the NL Central. Many fans wanted to capitalize on the unexpected success and deal for a starting pitcher. The two most common names were Sonny Gray and Jose Quintana, because they had multiple years… [More]

Episode 31│Season Preview: Pitchers

It’s time to talk about the 2018 Milwaukee Brewers pitching staff. Steve, Ryan and J.P. work their way through expectations for Chase Anderson and Zach Davies, which pitchers will round out the back of the rotation, and how the bullpen will likely be used. The… [More]

Episode 28│Missed Opportunity?

Jake Odorizzi was traded to the Twins over the weekend, and J.P. and Steve discuss whether the Milwaukee Brewers should have been in on the deal considering what it took to get him. They also talk about Eric Hosmer’s deal with the Padres and what… [More]

Christian Yelich: The Smarter Trade Target

In what has been the slowest MLB off-season in more-than-recent memory, the Brewers have been connected to as many impact players as any team. Whether it’s to free agents like Jake Arrieta, Lance Lynn, Alex Cobb, Lorenzo Cain, and Neil Walker, or to trade candidates… [More]

The Case for Signing Jake Arrieta or Yu Darvish

Yesterday’s piece examined the Milwaukee Brewers’ current lack star players in comparison with all of the other playoff teams. Much of the talk this winter among Brewers fans and analysts is likely to center on ways that the Brewers can inject some star power into their… [More]

Rebuilding Lessons: Cubs & Brewers Preview

In the upcoming series against the Cubs, the Brewers run their trio of organization arms against the Lakeview Nine. It’s hard not to see this series as a potential referendum on our Milwaukee club’s young arms. Wily Peralta (amateur, 2005), Jimmy Nelson (2nd, 2010), and… [More]