Milwaukee Brewers | Disciples of Uecker - Part 15

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Circling the Bases: The Infield

Welcome to Circling the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. This week, the two tackle the Brewers’ infield. Ryan Topp: Now that the World Baseball Classic has started despite my best efforts,… [More]

Circling the Bases: The World Baseball Classic

Welcome to Circling the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. This week, the two tackle the World Baseball Classic. Steve Garczynski: It’s that magical time that comes around every three or four… [More]

Killing The Mythic Beast: Part 3

As we saw in part one, there are some very real reasons to rethink the current standard starter/reliever model of pitcher deployment. Those reasons are somewhat true across the game as a whole, but also apply very specifically to quite a few pitchers the Brewers… [More]

Killing The Mythic Beast: Part 1

ves·tige:  A bodily part or organ that is small and degenerate or imperfectly developed in comparison to one more fully developed in an earlier stage of the individual, in a past generation, or in closely related forms   A good case can be made that the… [More]

Kyle Lohse and Draft Picks

By on February 25, 2013

Kyle Lohse and Draft Picks

I’ve been avoiding the topic for a while, but it’s time we talked about Kyle Lohse. The right-hander remains unemployed as we head into the meat of spring training. Most of this revolves around the first-round draft pick most teams, including the Brewers, would be… [More]

Twitter Mailbag: Morris, Rotation, Win Totals

“What to do you believe is Hunter Morris’ true ceiling?” — @mph343 Since the team announced Mat Gamel would miss the 2013 season with a torn ACL, this has become the most popular question in my Twitter feed. Ultimately, his ceiling remains slightly unclear because… [More]

Podcast, Episode 3.2: “Getting Back To This Podcast Thing”

After a longer layoff than expected, Ryan and I returned to your iDevice to talk some Brewers baseball. We were a little rusty, to be sure — I completely missed the housekeeping portion of the podcast introduction — but we hopefully shed some light on… [More]

Beginning the Jean Segura Era at Shortstop

When the Brewers opted to trade right-hander Zack Greinke to the Los Angeles Angels last July, GM Doug Melvin and the club pulled the trigger because they felt shortstop Jean Segura could be the Brewers’ starting shortstop for the next half decade. Segura was only 22 years… [More]

DoU Hall of Greatness: Now Voting for 2000s

Earlier this week, readers voted only one Brewers player into the DoU Hall of Greatness from the 1990s. That was Jeff Cirillo. It was a ballot that was littered with role players and journeymen, but it lacked the star power necessary to induct more than… [More]

Only One Inducted Into DoU Hall of Greatness From 1990s

After a gaudy ballot for the 1980s that saw five former Brewers receive enough votes for induction into the DoU Hall of Greatness, it was tough to watch the ballots for the 1990s come my way throughout the weekend. I received more than one blank… [More]