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What to make of Lewis Brinson’s season?

A quick glance at Lewis Brinson’s offensive numbers this season is likely to raise an eyebrow. Pre-trade, AA Frisco: .237/.280/.431 Post-trade, AAA Colorado Springs: .382/.387/.618 On the surface, it is certainly odd to see someone who struggled at AA get promoted and then set AAA… [More]

ESPN Power Rankings Week 21: Perez Stays Hot, Moves Crew Up

ESPN released their latest rankings, which has the Brewers up one spot at No. 22. It’s safe to say that’s sort of difficult to justify after getting swept by the Pirates, but hey, we’ll take it! Hernan Perez continues to ride a hot streak. We… [More]

Brewers Minor League Top Performers: August 1-7

It’s been a while, but the Brewers Minor League Top Performers is finally back! This week, we’re looking at August 1-7. This is a week that saw two debuts from the prospects brought over in the Jonathan Lucroy trade and a top Brewers prospect who… [More]

ESPN Power Rankings Week 4: Brewers Move Up One Spot

Another week that wasn’t too friendly to the Brewers. Outside of yesterday’s coming out party with 14 runs against the Marlins, the offense has faded a bit, as I hinted at in my comments this week to ESPN. Despite not playing their best, the Brewers moved… [More]

ESPN Power Rankings Week 3: Brewers Drop to No. 28

As per usual, it’s another edition of ESPN Power Rankings, a week in which the Brewers find themselves in the No. 28 spot. This is after a week in which they went 3-4. Here are my comments I distributed to ESPN: Ryan Braun has caught fire… [More]

ESPN Power Rankings Week 2: Brewers Fall to No. 26

It’s another week, which means another edition of ESPN Power Rankings. This week, the Brewers make the list at the No. 26 spot, one place behind where they sat seven days ago. Here are my comments for week No. 2: Despite being throttled by the… [More]

Quick Profile: 2016 Arms

By on February 11, 2016

Quick Profile: 2016 Arms

Given that the Brewers are gearing up for spring training, as pitchers and catchers are slated to report to camp very soon, now is as good a time as any to look at the prospective 2016 roster once more. To make this exercise easier to… [More]

2016 Arms: Rotational Crunch

Following yesterday’s profile of the prospect bats that could make the second half of 2016 quite interesting, it is worth looking at the advanced arms that comprise the Brewers’ rotational crunch. Related Reads: 2016 Roster [so far] Week 0: Brewers Roster Rankings [December 12] Given… [More]

Collapsing Middle Rotation

While working on the 2015 runs prevented rankings for the National League, I noticed a strange set of trends: The NL featured the lowest number of “full-time” starters since 2009 (only 67 regular starters worked 100+ innings). Only 11 starters prevented between 4 and -4… [More]

Improving Pitching & The Five Man Rotation

In the 2015 National League, six teams produced 800+ inning pitching rotations. ROTATIONS IP / Runs Prevented Core IP / RunPrv Replacement IP / RunPrv 2014 Core; Replacement Cardinals 1003.3 / 112 884 / 104 (!!!) 119.3 / 8 720.7 / 67; 296 / -47… [More]