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A Tale of Two Halves: The Milwaukee Bullpen

Wow. The Brewers are just one game out of the Wild Card race. One game! This team is so much fun and energetic. Resilience is one of the most defining characteristics of the squad, as whenever they seem dead, they come to the ballpark the next… [More]

What if the Brewers are still contending by the All-Star Break?

As we sit on an off day (with the Brewers still in first place), speculation has been circulating around what Milwaukee should do if they’re in contention come the trade deadline. Some say buy, others say to stick to the game plan that got the team here… [More]

2017 Brewers Minor League Preview Part 1

Tomorrow! Tomorrow the minor leagues are back in action. It’s thrilling to finally get the future of the Brewers back on the field, and right now, the rosters look packed at every level with exceptional talent. Let’s jump right into it! Colorado Springs Sky Sox… [More]

Top 10 Prospect List (December 2016)

With Baseball America’s Top 10 Brewers prospect rankings arriving tomorrow, I couldn’t help myself from thinking about a top prospect list going into 2017.  Though there will be a much longer list coming out periodically as the off-season winds down, we felt as though this… [More]

40 Man Roster Facing Sizeable Internal Shakeup

With teams beginning to purge their 40-Man rosters in order to gain some wiggle-room for the impending off-season, the Brewers will likely begin to whittle theirs down as well.  But unlike last season, the majority of the moves will come as internal shuffles prior to… [More]

What to make of Lewis Brinson’s season?

A quick glance at Lewis Brinson’s offensive numbers this season is likely to raise an eyebrow. Pre-trade, AA Frisco: .237/.280/.431 Post-trade, AAA Colorado Springs: .382/.387/.618 On the surface, it is certainly odd to see someone who struggled at AA get promoted and then set AAA… [More]

Recapping the 2016 Brewers’ Farm: Pitching

Yesterday, we took a look at the best the Brewers farm had to offer in the minors on offense. Today, we’re looking at pitching! Let’s jump right in. ERA (Minimum of 10 games started): Brandon Woodruff, 2.68 (Brevard County Manatees, Biloxi Shuckers) Marcos Diplan, 3.02… [More]

Re-Ranked Top Prospect List (Start of September)

1) SS Orlando Arcia (Last Ranked #1): This may be one of the last rankings Arcia could be on due to his graduation from rookie status with just 56 more plate appearances. But while Arcia’s overall line doesn’t look terribly pretty, he’s been swinging a… [More]

Re-Ranked Top Prospect List (Mid-August)

1) SS Orlando Arcia (Last Ranked #1):  Fans finally got a chance to see the top prospect in action, as he played his first major league game on the second of August.  Though he went hitless in the first two games, he came through and… [More]

Post-Deadline Top 15 Prospects

After yesterday’s trade chaos, the Brewers acquired a number of intriguing prospects in return for their major-league assets.  Here were the deals that were spun (or almost spun) by GM David Stearns: Trade # 0.5: Brewers traded C Jonathan Lucroy to Indians for C Fransisco… [More]