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2014 Brewers Position Preview: Shortstop

Starter: Jean Segura Backup: Jeff Bianchi, Elian Herrera  AAA depth: Blake Davis The Future: Yadiel Rivera, Orlando Arcia In the dismal era that was the Milwaukee Brewers’ 2013 season, Jean Segura was one of the few bright spots. Along with his all-star teammate, Carlos Gomez,… [More]

What A Segura Extension Might Look Like

With pitchers and catchers now in the house in Maryvale, we have officially begun that period of spring training where nothing much happens for a while, other than beat writers (who we love) talking about how boring pitchers’ fielding practice is.  This is also the… [More]

Brewers Camp Battles: Reserve Infielders

Let’s open up this Brewers Camp Battles post with a riddle, shall we? Q: What do you get when you mix a first base platoon with a second base platoon? A: Mixed emotions for Jeff Bianchi. As a general footnote, having any emotions whatsoever surrounding… [More]

Carlos Gomez and Jean Segura Get Shredded

I can already smell the fresh cut grass. Ok, that might be because I’m writing this in LA where I can open my windows and take in 70-degree days instead of the polar vortex. But you get the idea. Baseball season is fast approaching. On… [More]

Expectations for Jean Segura

By on January 8, 2014

Expectations for Jean Segura

In the first half of the 2013 season, Jean Segura was on fire. Through June 28, he was on pace to hit .332 with 23 homers and steal 50 bases. He finished the first half with a .325/.363/.487 slash line with 11 home runs, eight triples,… [More]

Roster Construction: Positions By Year

Odds are, when Rickie Weeks finishes his tenure with the Brewers, Brewers fans will focus on disappointments. Weeks never quite lived up to the mythical potential fans supplied for him. Weeks’s injuries always seemed to interfere with his abilities just as he was turning a… [More]

The Face of the Brewers

By on December 18, 2013

The Face of the Brewers

In lieu of MLB Network’s “Face of the Franchise” campaign that centered its focus on the Brewers on Tuesday, the question of “Who really is the face of the franchise?” has risen.  And though it’s not a completely integral to the team’s success on the… [More]

Brewers Do Not Need a Lead Off Bat

A common refrain from Brewers fans is, “The Brewers need a lead-off hitter.” This chorus has been prominent since Doug Melvin traded Norichika Aoki to Kansas City, and it reverberated beneath the club’s hunt for a 1B during the winter meetings. Yet, the fans’ desire for a… [More]

The Net Worth of MVP Candidates and Brewer Players

For the second consecutive year, the BBWAA awarded Miguel Cabrera the AL MVP over Mike Trout. Cabrera received 23 out of the 30 first place votes and totaled 385 points while Mike Trout accrued only 5 first place votes and 282 points. The actual vote… [More]

How Good are the Young Brewers Hitters? (Part II)

In last week’s installment, we looked at the 2013 partial-season performances of Khris Davis and Scooter Gennett — specifically, their walk rate, strikeout rate, and home run rate — to see what those stints told us about their actual ability. Even factoring in some regression… [More]