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Building and Rebuilding: Disbanding a Core

Baltimore dismissed the Cleveland Indians in the Division Series of the 1996 American League playoffs, striking an early blow to the middle market dynasty in Northeast Ohio. The Indians promised a new look for the 1997 season, trading Jeff Kent (among others) to San Francisco… [More]

2012 Preview: Milwaukee Brewers, Part II

If you had asked me — and other Brewers fans — about the Brewers’ long term chances of competing after the 2009 and 2010 seasons, I would have said, “good luck.” Like others, I felt that the club had too many weaknesses to fill in… [More]

2012 Preview: Milwaukee Brewers, Part I

Along with the rest of the National League, the Milwaukee Brewers’ run environment has declined, meaning that from their Wild Card appearance through their Division Championship, the Brewers’ offense remained consistently above average. 2008: 750 RS (Brewers) / 721 RS (league/park) 2009: 785 RS (Brewers)… [More]

Situational Baseball: The Brewers and Manufacturing Runs

Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise: the 2011 Milwaukee Brewers were one of the best teams in the league at manufacturing runs. That’s right — if you count the number of runs scored by the Brewers where the action was forced, where they were moving… [More]

Podcast — Episode 2.2: “The New Voice of the Huntsville Stars”

The Bernie’s Crew Podcast returns this week with talk about the beginning of spring training, Prince Fielder, and a whole lotta prospects. This episode also features Alex Cohen, the brand new play-by-play announcer for the Brewers’ Double-A affiliate, the Huntsville Stars. You can follow Alex… [More]

Situational Baseball: Batting Approaches

This might not seem like a logical follow-up to my survey of Productive Outs last week. However, one of my contentions — that situational baseball just happens, it’s not something a batter can purposely seek — requires an investigation of batting profiles. APPROACHES Successful baseball… [More]

A Brief Brewers Baserunning Update Again

The original version of this story appeared on my Tumblr blog last week. Since like 8 people read that, Jack said I could post the genius here too. Statistics have been updated for this edition. If you recall, I made my initial foray into Brewers… [More]

Presented Without Comment: Fielder’s Next Contract?

This past Monday, Sports Illustrated baseball writer Jon Heyman asked a few baseball agents and executives to guess what Prince Fielder’s next contract will look like. Here were the predictions: Agent No. 1: $125 million, 5 years Agent No. 2: $150 million, 6 years Executive… [More]

Brewers Video of the Week: Two Obvious

Never could I imagine one baseball game providing so much great video (and audio). This week’s video(s) of the week (I couldn’t pick just one) each come from Wednesday night’s 7-6 victory against the New York Mets. After Nyjer Morgan stole all the headlines, it… [More]

Brewers Lose 5-4, Leave About 1.0746 Runs on the Field

I’ve written about 2500 words on baserunning at You Know, And That this week. Time to spread the wealth here. The Brewers lost 5-4 last night and most of the fault for the loss should fairly go to either: Shaun Marcum, who gave up a… [More]