Kyle Lohse | Disciples of Uecker - Part 4

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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]

Small Victories and Shifting Sands

Small Victories It took 14 innings until the Brewers’ luck finally ran out Sunday. After a lost start by Kyle Lohse, due to a lengthy rain delay, the Brewers’ anemic offense managed only two hits over 12 innings – both courtesy of Martin Maldonando. Maldonando… [More]

Rounding the Bases: Is It Time To Embrace Losing?

Steve Garczynski: The 2013 season has spiraled out of control for the Milwaukee Brewers. A team that was likely to win 80 games when the season began is going to struggle to win 70 due to a combination of injuries and underperformance. Baseball Prospectus currently… [More]

Recent Trends in Brewers’ Tradeable Assets

After a soulless 10-1 thumping by the lowly Houston Astros, it feels like the final few nails are being prepped for the metaphorical coffin. The Brewers currently sit 13 games under .500 and need nothing short of a miracle to rejoin the Wild Card race…. [More]

Give Lohse the Lead & Brewers Will Win

Sunday was special for the Brewers in a few ways. Their 9-1 win secured both a series and season-series victory over the Phillies. The “W” also extended the Brewers’ winning streak to three. Their longest winning streak since their nine game surge that skidded to… [More]

What If The Brewers Sell?

“Baseball is drama with an endless run and an ever-changing cast.” — Joe Garagiola One of the reasons I adore baseball is its eternal nature. I certainly enjoy the intricacies of the game itself, but baseball is more expansive and far-reaching than just the three… [More]

Lohse Has Elbow Irritation, Will Miss Start

With the myriad of struggles in the Brewers’ starting rotation, right-hander Kyle Lohse has been the only beacon of hope. He’s the only starter in Milwaukee with an ERA under 4.00, and his 3.65 FIP also leads the team by roughly a half-run. The last… [More]

Improving the Current Starting Rotation

Coming into the 2013 season, it was commonly said that the Milwaukee Brewers would only go as far as the starting rotation would take them. The offense would score plenty of runs and the bullpen would be improved, but the question marks centered around the… [More]