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Episode 28 – Milwaukee’s Tailgate Baseball Podcast

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]

Where to find starting pitching?

Happy PECOTA day! Baseball Prospectus’ projection system released their annual predictions today, and they are calling for a three-team race in the NL Central. As things stand, 84 wins for the Brewers feels about right to me. However, I fully expect the Brewers to add… [More]

Smartbuilding #5: 2011-2012 Major Trades

As the midseason hot stove valves open, Brewers fans clamor for trades that signal organizational rebuilding — or, at least the earnest start of a rebuilding campaign. Of course, I have been a rather loud rebuilding proponent, but there are many reasonable voices across the… [More]

Building & Rebuilding #1: Revisiting Big Trades

Th 2014 Wild Card showcased several extremes of roster building, as well as the ultimate limits of exciting and ho-hum ballgames. During the thrilling extra-innings, back-and-forth, always-battling American League play-in game, the Kansas City Royals outlasted the Oakland Athletics, perhaps vindicating GM Dayton Moore‘s sudden… [More]

Series Previews: Brewers @ Rays

2014: Brewers (106 G): 464 RS / 435 RA Rays (105 G): 414 RS / 418 RA Park factors are quite funny — although the AL features a more robust run environment than the NL, Miller Park’s favorable conditions and Tropicana Field’s repressive conditions produce… [More]

2012 Preview: Milwaukee Brewers, Part II

If you had asked me — and other Brewers fans — about the Brewers’ long term chances of competing after the 2009 and 2010 seasons, I would have said, “good luck.” Like others, I felt that the club had too many weaknesses to fill in… [More]

Minor League Notes

By on April 20, 2010

Minor League Notes

AAA – Nashville Sounds The Sounds have gone 8-4 through their first 12 games. The big force on offense has been 27 year old RF Brendan Katin, with 4 HR accounting for his .667 slugging percentage in 27 ABs. Angel Salome has only played in… [More]