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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]

Should Prince Fielder Bunt Against The Shift With Nobody On?

Potentially part of a series, if this interests people. When Prince Fielder bats, particularly with nobody on base, he faces a shift like this: This type of shift leaves the entire left side of the infield open – almost surely, any bunt attempt which stayed… [More]

2010 Brewers And The All-Star Game: Position Players

Alternate Title: I Ramble My Way Through Voting For All-Stars We’re sitting a little under a month away from the All-Star Game, so it’s time to take a look at who deserves the call from our Milwaukee Brewers. I think you can look at the… [More]

What Howard’s Deal Means For Prince

In case you haven’t yet heard, Philadelphia Phillies slugger Ryan Howard signed a 5 year, $125 million contract that will begin in 2012, carrying through 2016, including an utterly ridiculous $10 million buyout on a $23 million option for 2017. Those will be Howard’s age… [More]

Brewers 8, PIRATES 0: Always Working The Corners

According to the definition of the start, Yovani Gallardo’s 5 IP, 10 K, 3 H, 0 R start tonight was not of the “quality” variety. I beg to differ – Gallardo showed tonight much of what gives him the potential to be a true ace… [More]