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Kyle Lohse & Sustaining Low BABIP

Jonathan Judge is a frequent reader of DoU and is active on Twitter, but he recently took to the FanGraphs Community Research blog to examine how Kyle Lohse continues to post better-than-average BABIP numbers on an annual basis: Overall, it is safe to say Lohse is… [More]

The 2013 Brewers: Frankenstein or Goldilocks?

While watching the Brewers this week, I began to think that they were having a “Franken-season”. The Brewers aim was to put a high performance and fun to watch team on the field but ended up with a team that was only adequate and slightly… [More]

Spoiler Alert: Reds @ Brewers

If Brewers fans are mourning their club’s absence from the playoff picture, they can put aside those sour feelings for the next two weeks. Whether or not the Brewers’ own chances are worth bragging about, our Milwaukee Nine face off against NL Central foes for… [More]

Brewers don’t make any deadline deals

The Brewers entered deadline day with the fourth-worst record in the Major Leagues, the fourth-worst run differential in the National League, 12.5 games behind Cincinnati for the second wildcard. They’re in last place in the NL Central, 18.5 games behind St. Louis. If there’s a… [More]

Report: Gallardo & Lohse Likely To “Stay Put”

According to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, the Brewers may not be trading either of their most valuable chips this summer: Two previously available starting pitchers — Milwaukee Brewers righties Yovani Gallardo and Kyle Lohse — now figure to stay put. Both could have greater trade value in the offseason, when different… [More]

Exploring ERA and Expectations for Brewers’ Pitching

Pitching statistics are far from perfect. Around the early 1900s’, a pitcher was expected to throw the complete game. So determining a pitcher’s effectiveness by a simple “win” or “loss” was a decent barometer. That is until James Otis Crandall began to pitch. Widely considered… [More]

Assessing the Ump Show in Arizona

On Friday, I profiled the Brewers & Diamondbacks series through the lens of the home plate umpires. To get the full picture, check out the piece. Here’s the Reader’s Digest version, as a quick refresher. This chart compares stats compiled from the games that each… [More]

Rounding the Bases: All-Stars

Welcome to Rounding the Bases, a weekly discussion between Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski. This week they discuss the All-Star first halves for Jean Segura and Carlos Gomez. Join the discussion by following @SteveGarczynski and @RyanTopp on Twitter. Steve Garczynski: The All-Star game is upon… [More]

Predicting the Ump Show

By on July 12, 2013

Predicting the Ump Show

It has been a little over ten years since Curt Schilling used a bat to smash a QuesTec camera to bits. At the time, QuesTec had cameras installed in 13 major league ballparks to help MLB provide feedback to umpires about their strike zones. Schilling,… [More]

News & Notes: Lohse, Segura, Pitching Contracts

LOHSE PEAKING AT RIGHT TIME At 17 games below .500 and 18 games back in the NL Central, no one inside or outside Milwaukee is delusional enough to believe this team possesses a legitimate chance at the postseason. In fact, Baseball Prospectus calculates the probability of the… [More]