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The Case for Signing Jake Arrieta or Yu Darvish

Yesterday’s piece examined the Milwaukee Brewers’ current lack star players in comparison with all of the other playoff teams. Much of the talk this winter among Brewers fans and analysts is likely to center on ways that the Brewers can inject some star power into their… [More]

The Brewers Star Problem

By on October 5, 2017

The Brewers Star Problem

The Milwaukee Brewers have a star problem. Being more precise and a little nicer about it, one could say the Brewers currently lack players who are producing at the top end of the league on an individual basis. Either way, this is an issue that… [More]

Episode 10 – Milwaukee’s Tailgate Baseball Podcast

The Brewers playoff push ends on the second to last day of the season. Ryan, J.P. and Steve talk about how the Brewers surprised everyone in 2017, and what it will take to be competitive again in 2018. Subscribe on: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/milwaukees-tailgate-baseball-podcast/id1262024976?mt=2 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=147377&refid=stpr Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/ryan-topp-941384184 Music:… [More]

The Debate Between Shutdown Pitching or Surging Offense

The defining trends of the past week and half for the Milwaukee Brewers are a case of hot and cold: the dominance of the pitching staff and the lackluster offense. Jimmy Nelson and Zach Davies have been pitching very well for the Crew in the… [More]

In Praise of Prospect Hoarding

With the all-star break now in the rearview mirror, the baseball season has ambled it’s merry way right into everyone’s favorite part of the calendar: trade season. The Chicago Cubs fired the first major shot of the Battle for the Central when they gave up… [More]

The secret behind Manny Piña’s 2017 success

Milwaukee Brewers’ catcher Manny Piña has been doing pretty well for himself in the major leagues since debuting for the Brewers at beginning of August 2016. Piña, who just turned 30 last month, was drafted in 2004 by the Texas Rangers, and then traded to… [More]

The Bullpen Conundrum

By on June 20, 2017

The Bullpen Conundrum

The Milwaukee Brewers find themselves all alone in first place more than three weeks into June in a season that appeared at the outset more likely to end with them in the cellar than at the top of the NL Central Division. They boast a… [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]

Friday Five: Five Players Who Could Be Cut Before Opening Day

Welcome to this week’s Friday Five! With Spring Training getting underway and roster battles shaping up, it’s time to take a look at some of the Brewers players who could be off the team come Opening Day. Now, I am not taking the cheap route… [More]

I Ruined Derrick Turnbow

By on February 14, 2017

I Ruined Derrick Turnbow

I owe a confession to the Brewers fan base. It’s a deep, dark secret I’ve carried with me for years. A weight I’ve carried like Atlas – tortured to carry the world on his back – for over a decade. Before this deep, dark secret… [More]