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2014 NL Standings: RS / RA, Park Factors, Improvements

When the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants meet for the Wild Card, they will test two of the National League’s best offenses against basically-average pitching staffs. While both clubs play in parks that are ultimately advantageous to pitchers, PNC and AT&T both increased notably… [More]

Deadline Sprint! Series Preview: Brewers @ Cardinals

Isn’t it fitting that the Brewers and Cardinals face one another immediately following the deadline? Both clubs were active on the trade market, although the Cardinals arguably did not address a specific need, and instead opted to double-down on their strength of pitching. One might… [More]

Summary of Previews: Brewers’ First Half

62.5% If there’s a telling statistic about the Brewers’ recent success and struggles, it’s also a straightforward statistic: from June 1 onward, 62.5% of the Brewers’ games required five runs (or more) in order to win. Let that sink in: basically, for every series, the… [More]

Series Preview: Brewers @ Cubs

Entering Wrigley Field, the Brewers may have just completed one of their most important stretches of play for the season. At the 40 game mark, the Brewers boasted a 25-15 overall record, but they more recently stumbled through a rough stretch of injuries and scattered… [More]

Series Preview: Brewers @ Cardinals

Entering St. Louis, the Brewers have a strange early season opportunity: our Milwaukee Nine can increase their early divisional lead to at least five-and-a-half games over the Cardinals with a series victory. With five months to play that lead seems academic; for, the Cardinals certainly… [More]

2013 Preview: Milwaukee Brewers Situational Baseball

According to The Bill James Handbook, the 2012 Milwaukee Brewers scored 168 manufactured runs, and they allowed 151 manufactured runs from their opponents. This was one of the better figures in the National League, although their differential was not as strong as 2011; during their… [More]