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The Best Brewers Rotation in Recent Memory

I’ll bet you thought this was going to be another rah-rah piece for Matt Garza and the 2014 Brewers rotation. Nope. Instead, I want to talk Brewers history, and question whether Doug Melvin is being judged a bit harshly in hindsight for his inability to… [More]

The 2013 Brewers: Frankenstein or Goldilocks?

While watching the Brewers this week, I began to think that they were having a “Franken-season”. The Brewers aim was to put a high performance and fun to watch team on the field but ended up with a team that was only adequate and slightly… [More]

Improving the Current Starting Rotation

Coming into the 2013 season, it was commonly said that the Milwaukee Brewers would only go as far as the starting rotation would take them. The offense would score plenty of runs and the bullpen would be improved, but the question marks centered around the… [More]

Rounding the Bases: The Rotation

Welcome to Rounding the Bases, a weekly column where writers Ryan Topp and Steve Garczynski participate in a discussion on one baseball topic. Over the past few weeks they have previewed the Brewers Infield and Outfield. This week, they discuss the rotation. Ryan Topp: Well,… [More]

Killing The Mythic Beast: Part 3

As we saw in part one, there are some very real reasons to rethink the current standard starter/reliever model of pitcher deployment. Those reasons are somewhat true across the game as a whole, but also apply very specifically to quite a few pitchers the Brewers… [More]

Killing The Mythic Beast: Part 1

ves·tige:  A bodily part or organ that is small and degenerate or imperfectly developed in comparison to one more fully developed in an earlier stage of the individual, in a past generation, or in closely related forms   A good case can be made that the… [More]