Milwaukee Brewers | Disciples of Uecker

Disciples of Uecker

We'd like to go to the Playoffs, that would be cool.

Posts Tagged ‘Milwaukee Brewers ’

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]

Recapping the 2016 Brewers’ Farm: Offense

The farm is clearly the most exciting part of the Milwaukee Brewers organization. While the major league team is at Miller Park, being dominated by the Cubs and overrun with Cubs’ fans, let’s have happier thoughts. SIGNIFICANTLY happier thoughts. The minor league regular season ended… [More]

Brewers Minor League Top Performers: August 1-7

It’s been a while, but the Brewers Minor League Top Performers is finally back! This week, we’re looking at August 1-7. This is a week that saw two debuts from the prospects brought over in the Jonathan Lucroy trade and a top Brewers prospect who… [More]

10 Worst Doug Melvin Moves

By on August 12, 2015

10 Worst Doug Melvin Moves

Originally posted May 23, 2013 Earlier on, we looked at the 10 best moves in the tenure of Brewers’ president and general manager Doug Melvin. Before delving into the negative side, it’s worth looking back at those. Some of the items on this list are going to… [More]

10 Best Doug Melvin Moves

By on August 12, 2015

10 Best Doug Melvin Moves

Originally posted May 23, 2013 Last fall, Brewers president and general manager Doug Melvin marked his 10th anniversary with the club running its baseball operations. That makes this is his 11th season at the helm for the organization. It’s the second longest tenure, behind the great Harry… [More]

Brewers Headed in the Right Direction

The non-waiver trade deadline came and went on Friday afternoon, and when the dust had settled it was clear that the team has decided to go in a somewhat different direction than the path they have been on since Mark Attanasio took over as owner… [More]

Olney on Brewers: “We’ll talk about that guy, but nah, you know”

ESPN’s Buster Olney stopped by the Jonah Keri podcast this week, and one of the teams they specifically talked about at length was the Milwaukee Brewers. The following comes from that conversation: “The one thing about the Brewers that you hear is that, yes, they’re… [More]

Dump Him or Keep Him: Hitter Edition

The Brewers lost again on Tuesday, 4-2 to the Reds. No shame in losing to Johnny Cueto, really, but it’s just hard to get excited about much of anything about the team right now. It’s only natural to start thinking towards the future, and the… [More]

Blowing It Up: A Survival Guide

There is no need to mince words here, the Brewers have gotten off to a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad start. It seems as though the walls are caving in from all directions all at once. Even though it isn’t strictly true that the… [More]

Will the Brewers Go “All In” Again in 2015?

It’s been awhile, so hopefully the cliche can be forgiven: are the Brewers going to go “all in” and deal away some of their top prospects for immediate impact? If they do so, it really shouldn’t be a surprise, because it would be the third time… [More]