Milwaukee Brewers | Disciples of Uecker - Part 12

Disciples of Uecker

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The Brewers’ Central Problem

I don’t need to tell you that it’s bad for the Brewers, right now. Their team ERA is 4.55, worst in the National League. Prior to Thursday’s game, the Brewers’ high-powered offense was only hitting .243 with runners in scoring position, which is lower than… [More]

Rounding the Bases: Jean Segura

Welcome to Rounding the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. You can follow @RyanTopp and @SteveGarczynski on Twitter. Steve Garczynski: Rickie Weeks is struggling at the plate, John Axford can’t get back… [More]

A Little Girl and Her Big Fan, Ryan Braun

Ava is four months old and has spent her entire life to this point in the cardiac ICU. Born with Ebstein’s anomaly, pulmonary atresia, severe tricuspid valve insufficiency and tricuspid valve dysplasia, she’s had three heart surgeries and still waits for clearance to go home…. [More]

Podcast, Episode 3.5: “Is That A Dig? I Think That’s a Dig.”

The Brewers haven’t been playing the best baseball as of late, but Ryan and I are still here to brighten your day with a little baseball banter. We’ve returned after a couple weeks to talk about some of the ups and downs from the first… [More]

Where do NL Central Teams Stash their Cash?

Earlier this week, the folks at the LA Times put together a pretty sweet, interactive tool that can compare where each MLB team has spent its payroll for the 2013 season. I highly, highly recommend that you check it out. I find the disparity of… [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]

Miller Park’s Foul Ball Wall of Fame

It was the second inning of Friday’s game between the Brewers and Cardinals. Carlos Gomez stepped to the plate as the NL leader in batting average. After going 6-for-37 (.162 AVG) through the first nine games of the season, Gomez had gone on a tear…. [More]

Rounding The Bases: Coming Back From Injury

Welcome to Rounding the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. You can follow @RyanTopp and @SteveGarczynski on Twitter. Ryan Topp: This really is the damnedest season I can remember. The team gets off to a 2-8… [More]

No Strategy But Win

By on April 29, 2013

No Strategy But Win

This has been a spectacularly strange beginning to the season: team streaks, bizarre baserunning, Rickie Weeks on kryptonite, Ryan Braun in full Adam Dunn mode. Like a lot of fans, I tend to place parameters on my hopes for an upcoming season. This season’s boundaries… [More]

Rounding the Bases: A Good Working Relationship

Welcome to Rounding the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. This week, how do managers and general managers get along?. You can follow @RyanTopp and @SteveGarczynski on Twitter. Steve Garczynski: The Milwaukee Brewers followed up losing… [More]