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Opening Day is Here!

By on March 29, 2018

Opening Day is Here!

Congratulations to everybody reading this post. We’ve finally made our way through the desolate wasteland of five months without any baseball. With Opening Day here, we thought it’d be fun to make some “bold” statements that we could see happening throughout the course of the year,… [More]

Personal List: Preseason Top Prospects

Recently, I’ve been analyzing the offseason of GM David Stearns, specifically focusing on several of the newcomers and the depth of the system that Stearns has enhanced. Milwaukee’s organization was taking off before the GM started his wave of trades, and since Stearns focused on… [More]

Top 50 Prospects: Young Arms

Continuing Disciples of Uecker‘s prospect coverage, we’re highlighting all of the prospects throughout the Brewers’ organization that merit some extra attention. This series will serve as a primer for our forthcoming “Top Prospect List,” to be revealed at the end of these features (the goal was something… [More]

Wednesday Morning Coffee: Lopez, Instructs, Top 15

The Brewers provided a late night special in San Diego, offering the MLB debut of Jorge Lopez on a (strangely timed?) trip to the west coast. Lopez flashed his fastball into the mid-90s, and equally selected his change and trademark curve to keep the Brewers… [More]

Minors: Promotions, Orimoloye, Barnes, Lopez

Although the season is winding down on the Brewers farm, there is a lot of news around the system. The Southern League named AA Biloxi RHP Jorge Lopez its “Most Outstanding Pitcher”! Manager Carlos Subero was named manager of the year! Congratulations to the Shuckers!… [More]

30 Farmhands #8: Prospect Narratives

While working on ranking Brewers prospects, a number of difficult and intriguing issues appear. First and foremost, the convergence of lower-minor or Brewers-homegrown prospects that are advancing, and supremely advanced external acquisitions leads to a difficult set of wagers about the system’s value. The Brewers… [More]

Personal List: Brewers Midseason Top 15 Prospects

Throughout the season, I have shifted my focus from the MLB team to the Brewers’ farm system, which is perhaps a necessary consequence of preparing to cover a rebuilding ballclub. The Brewers also had one of the most exciting minor league seasons that they could… [More]

Friday Morning Coffee: Spoiler Alert, Davis, Minors, Draft

If you grew up with the 2006-2014 Brewers as your favorite club, chances are you’re too young to remember a time when the Brewers were playing meaningless baseball in August; in that case, the San Diego Padres series introduced you to one of the (arguably)… [More]

Monday Morning Coffee: Winning, Garza, Minors, Tanking

Winning On June 26, I compiled my “Week 17” Brewers roster rankings, specifically outlining the issues facing a club that finally returned most of their opening day roster to the big league club. I lamented the fact that the Brewers went 4-9 despite making no… [More]

Thursday Round-Up: Draft, Kirby, Nelson, 2014 Trades

Last night, our beloved Milwaukee Nine cast aside their terrible season and performed another evening of solid baseball, dismissing the contending New York Mets once more. Surely, one must cue the “we can’t even beat the lowly Brewers” talk from New York fans and media,… [More]