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ESPN Power Rankings Week 14: Crew End First Half at No. 24

In a week that began with the theft of a series against the Nationals, the Brewers were unable to continue any signs of a hot streak against the Cardinals. They dropped yet another series, proving more that St. Louis has had Milwaukee’s number as of late…. [More]

ESPN Power Rankings Week 8: Brewers Sneak Up to No. 25

This was definitely one of the Brewers better weeks, and it showed in the box scores. The Crew went 5-1 over the span of the last week, and that one blemish could have very easily been another victory. Bullpen relief was a major key for… [More]

Brewers 3, Astros 2: Brewers strike out 13 in victory

On a beautiful Sunday afternoon for baseball (you know, if you were inside the enclosed confines of Miller Park) the Brewers did what no team has done since September 16th of last year: they beat Dallas Keuchel. Jimmy Nelson outdueled last year’s American League Cy… [More]

Quick Profile: 2016 Arms

By on February 11, 2016

Quick Profile: 2016 Arms

Given that the Brewers are gearing up for spring training, as pitchers and catchers are slated to report to camp very soon, now is as good a time as any to look at the prospective 2016 roster once more. To make this exercise easier to… [More]

Monday Round ‘Em Up: Tank Standings, Denson, Pitching

Our beloved Milwaukee Brewers swept the Philadelphia Phillies for the season, which would be great news if they were not fighting the Phillies for the top draft pick in 2016. Going 7-0 against the Brotherly Love Nine has surely helped the Brewers jump out of… [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]

Jeffress: Fastball & Sinker

Last night, Jeremy Jeffress inherited the only runner of the game. Neal Cotts allowed a single to Kolten Wong before striking out Matt Carpenter, leaving Wong on first when Jeffress entered the ballgame. With one out, the righty immediately went hard after the Cardinals bats,… [More]

Strategy Recap: Sixth Inning Meltdown

Our Milwaukee Nine are having a rough season, and there was not a better demonstration of that fact than the San Francisco Giants’ sixth inning performance against Kyle Lohse and three relievers: Jeremy Jeffress, Will Smith, and Neal Cotts. The inning exhibited a crushing shift… [More]

The Wonderful World of the Brewers Bullpen

In case you missed it, the Brewers signed Francisco Rodriguez to a two-year deal on Thursday, reuniting the club with their dependable, veteran closer. The Brewers must make a roster move to accommodate their new closer, and Rodriguez needs to secure a work visa, so… [More]