Milwaukee Brewers | Disciples of Uecker - Part 19

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Winter Meetings: The Land of Rumors and GM Speak

The Winter Meetings are exhilarating due to the flurry of rumors, signings, and trades that occur in a span of three or four days. Still, we’re constantly reminded that we should fundamentally hold two tenets to be true at the annual Winter Meetings: (1) Thou… [More]

Quick Hits: Payroll, Minor Leagues

PAYROLL TO DECREASE? Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel wrote last week that the Milwaukee Brewers are expected to decrease payroll next season. He believes that the organization’s payroll in 2012 actually “put the club in the red.” This caused two immediate reactions: (1) My… [More]

Quick Hits: Lucroy, Latin America, Top Prospects

LUCROY EXCELS AT FRAMING Catcher Jonathan Lucroy has been known over the past couple of seasons for his ability to effectively frame pitches and garner more strike calls for his pitchers than the average catcher, but this article by Mike Fast gives us a more… [More]

Podcast, Episode 2.23: “Acoustic Versions of Nickelback Songs”

Milwaukee may not be playing baseball any longer, but Ryan and I still return to talk some Brewers baseball and set the stage for the upcoming offseason. Agenda: Introduction Mailbag Is Carlos Gomez Retainable? Internal Options for the 2013 Bullpen Outside Bench Options? Season Review… [More]

2012 Season In Review: Position Players

With the 2012 campaign in the books for the Brewers, I will look back and analyze the season this week in three different parts: position players, starting rotation, and bullpen. The purpose of these articles is not to look forward and project future performance. Instead,… [More]

Some 2012 Brewers Video Highlights

Feeling some Brewers withdrawal now that the regular season is completed? Watch some of the best parts of the season:

Ben Sheets Retires, A Retrospective

On Wednesday afternoon, Ben Sheets threw one scoreless inning against the Pittsburgh Pirates and officially retired from baseball. For good. “I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt I’m not playing again,” Sheets said. “No matter what, there is not enough help or money… [More]

Podcast, Episode 2.22: “Arguing About Corey Hart”

Despite the tough losses this week that have put a significant damper on the Brewers’ postseason dreams, Ryan and I return with another episode of the podcast for your listening pleasure. Here is the agenda: Introduction Mailbag 2013 Starting Rotation Carlos Gomez Contract Extension? Rickie… [More]

Quick Hits: Lucroy, Aoki, Kintzler

In a must-win game against the Cincinnati Reds, right-hander Shaun Marcum tossed six innings of one-run baseball, and the offense provided more than enough firepower to propel the Brewers to a victory. Combined with a St. Louis Cardinals loss against the Houston Astros, Milwaukee moved back… [More]

ESPN’s David Schoenfield On The Brewers

Sitting down to write an article about yesterday’s shutout victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates, I ran across this article from ESPN’s David Schoenfield. It made several worthwhile points, and instead of simply rehashing the points in different verbiage, I thought it prudent to let David’s… [More]