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Twitter Mailbag: Rebuilding, Aoki, Weeks

“Who is the highest ceiling pitcher now in the system? Who is the highest ceiling position player?”  –  @steelmann58 Right-hander Devin Williams is the hurler with the highest ceiling, though he’s light years away from realizing that ceiling and there’s not a high probability that… [More]

Weeks Injures Hamstring, Brewers Recall Gennett

It’s been an injury-plagued season for the Milwaukee Brewers, and that may be putting it lightly. The latest player to land on the disabled list is Rickie Weeks, who was placed on the 15-day DL today with a strained hamstring. The Brewers recalled Scooter Gennett… [More]

Rounding the Bases: All-Stars

Welcome to Rounding the Bases, a weekly discussion between Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski. This week they discuss the All-Star first halves for Jean Segura and Carlos Gomez. Join the discussion by following @SteveGarczynski and @RyanTopp on Twitter. Steve Garczynski: The All-Star game is upon… [More]

Two TOOTBLANs in July

By on July 5, 2013

Two TOOTBLANs in July

Rickie Weeks made a huge mistake during Wednesday’s game against the Nationals. The Brewers led 4-1 in the top of the eighth. There was one out with Aramis Ramirez on third, Rickie Weeks on first, and Sean Halton dug into the batter’s box. Halton crushed… [More]

Twitter Mailbag: Trade Deadline, Weeks, Ramirez

“Putting on your GM cap, which players, for one reason or another, do you think are untradeable and why?”  –  @KyleAshauer I don’t believe any player on the Brewers roster is currently untradeable based upon money. If Vernon Wells and his albatross contract can be… [More]

Brewers’ Starting Pitchers: The Good, Bad and Ugly

Saturday in Cincinnati, the Brewers’ shutout an opponent for the first time all season. They were the last MLB team to do so in 2013. Yovani Gallardo led the charge by going six innings, striking out five, and giving up three hits and two walks…. [More]

Failing First

By on June 7, 2013

Failing First

One third of the 2013 season is finished for the Milwaukee Brewers. Prior to Thursday’s game, the Brewers had managed to go 22-36 for a .379 winning percentage. Only the Houston Astros (22-38, .367 WP) and the Miami Marlins (16-44, .267 WP) have fared worse… [More]

Rounding the Bases: Tony Bosch & Rebuilding

Normally at Rounding the Bases, we stick to one big topic per week. This was not a normal week for the Milwaukee Brewers, so welcome to pur first multitopic week! You can continue the discussion on Twitter with @RyanTopp and @SteveGarczynski. **Headline: MLB gets Bosch… [More]

Quarter Season Crisis

By on May 20, 2013

Quarter Season Crisis

.215/.276/.339 Traditional baseball fans know that this slash line is not a particularly good one. All three stats (batting average/on-base percentage/slugging percentage) are below the current league average. .615 OPS /.271 wOBA /68 wRC+ Fans of baseball’s advanced metrics (Sabermetricians, statheads, Saberheads, nerds, number crunchers,… [More]

Podcast, Episode 3.5: “Is That A Dig? I Think That’s a Dig.”

The Brewers haven’t been playing the best baseball as of late, but Ryan and I are still here to brighten your day with a little baseball banter. We’ve returned after a couple weeks to talk about some of the ups and downs from the first… [More]