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Epsiode 75│I Feel Like J.P. Hates Everyone

The Milwaukee Brewers get a news naming sponsor for Miller Park and everyone loses their minds. Steve, Ryan and J.P. discuss that important topic along with the promotion and extension given to David Stearns, and they also discuss potential rule changes being mulled over by… [More]

Miller Park Myth: Ground Ball Ratios at Home, Overall

  It is a common theme to hear from writers and fans: ground ball pitchers are ideal to have in the Miller Park environment.  The topic appears to make sense, as our home stadium leans towards favoring offensive abilities compared to pitchers.  Statistically-speaking, the more… [More]

Opposing the Bucks Arena: A Guide for Brewers Fans

Lately, if you’re a Brewers fan, chances are your own support of our Milwaukee Nine has been used as an argumentative bargaining chip to support the Bucks Arena. The inference is that if one enjoys the Brewers at the publicly funded Miller Park, one cannot… [More]

A Miller Park Six Pack

As depressing as it was to watch the Brewers drop another game, extending their current four game slide, shortstop Jean Segura again provided the Milwaukee faithful with a reason to keep tuning in as the youngster tied a franchise record with six hits in the… [More]

Home Runs Have Been A Problem

Home runs have plagued the Brewers’ pitching staff this year. Their home run rate of 1.38 HR/9 is the highest in the National League and second-worst in all of baseball behind only the Houston Astros. It’s clearly one of the main reasons the pitching staff… [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]

Ballparks In The NL Central

One of the least discussed impacting factors in the game of baseball is the ballpark itself. A pitcher instantly becomes much more valuable playing in PETCO Park in San Diego, rather than Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. After all, Jon Garland went out west and never… [More]