John Axford | Disciples of Uecker - Part 4

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Halfway Already? The Path to a Winning Season

Another day, another wild, high-scoring affair between the Brewers and Miami Marlins. I’m certain that we could find symbolism between the 2012 halfway point and American Independence, spurring one of the greatest outlaw nations in the world. At the very least, if the Brewers are… [More]

What’s Wrong With The Ax-Man?

Just four months ago, the Milwaukee Brewers were finishing up their Cactus League season in Arizona and rumors swirled about the possibility of a contract extension between the Brewers and star closer John Axford. Axford burst onto the scene in 2010, taking over the closer’s… [More]

Fielding versus Bullpen: Efficiency

My dad called the other afternoon to talk about the Brewers. He asked me a simple question: is there any one stat that I can use to explain the difference between the 2011 and 2012 Brewers. I hmm’d and haw’d for a bit, before saying,… [More]

John Axford and the Problem With Relievers

John Axford has blown 3 of his last 5 opportunities to save a game and would have probably blown another right before that streak started had it not been for Jose Veras’ successful high wire act against the Padres. As a team, the Brewers have… [More]

Presented Without Comment: Record by Runs Scored

2011 Milwaukee Brewers 49-9 in 6+ runs scored 40-21 in 3-5 runs scored (27 wins between 3-4 RS) 7-36 in 0-2 runs scored 2012 Milwaukee Brewers 20-1 with 6+ RS 6-18 with 3-5 RS (4 wins between 3-4 RS) 2-16 with 0-2 RS

Balance and Blame: What’s going on!?!?

On May 6, 2011, the greatest Milwaukee Brewers team in franchise history sat in last place in the National League Central. The club struggled to stay afloat after their prolonged winless start, and they flat-out sputtered to a halt to open May. From April 30… [More]

Brewers April Round Up

I have to admit, I was concerned about writing this morning. Now that we’re out in the eastern time zone, the west coast games practically start after we’re asleep. So, I was pleasantly surprised when I accidentally left my computer volume and GameDay window open,… [More]

Walks Key To Bullpen Struggles

Tied at four apiece in the seventh inning, Wednesday afternoon’s series finale against the Houston Astros slipped into what has been an all-too-familiar script this month: Bullpen Struggles. Jose Veras and Mike McClendon combined to surrender six hits and three runs. Those late runs proved too difficult… [More]

Brewers Waste Opportunities in Ninth, Lose to Rockies

Friday proved to be a very difficult day for the Brewers. In the afternoon, the team announced that left-hander Chris Narveson has a torn rotator cuff, so he was placed on the 15-day DL by the club and will await further examination to determine the extent… [More]

Breaking Down the Lucroy Deal

As expected, on Tuesday afternoon at Maryvale Baseball Park, the Milwaukee Brewers announced a new five-year deal with catcher Jonathan Lucroy. The five-year deal also includes a sixth option-year and will be worth at least $11M. The ultimate monetary value hinges on whether the Brewers’… [More]