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Tuesday Morning Coffee: SP, Lucroy, Aramis, Trade Season

After scoring at least four runs in 12 of their first 16 games in July, the Brewers offense has gone completely cold. That cold streak extended from Phoenix to San Francisco, as Milwaukee lost to the Giants last night in a 4-to-2 affair. The game… [More]

Taylor Jungmann’s Debut

With another strong start in Arizona — even in a tough loss, Brewers starter Taylor Jungmann catapulted himself into a Top 30 WAR ranking against all other MLB pitchers. Consider this: based on WAR alone, Jungmann is a #1 ranking starter in 2015, having produced… [More]

Brewers SP Support

By on July 21, 2015

Brewers SP Support

On June 12, I compiled a chart that judged the support each Brewers starting pitcher received from the offense, bullpen, and fielders. On that day, Matt Garza and Mike Fiers received the worst support by far, while Kyle Lohse squandered exceptional support. As Garza returns… [More]

Monday Morning Coffee: Winning, Garza, Minors, Tanking

Winning On June 26, I compiled my “Week 17″ Brewers roster rankings, specifically outlining the issues facing a club that finally returned most of their opening day roster to the big league club. I lamented the fact that the Brewers went 4-9 despite making no… [More]

Following Up on Jungmann’s Fastball

Former first round pick and current organizational-depth-turned-lights-out-replacement Taylor Jungmannhelped lead a rather successful week for the Brewers. While Milwaukee lost their winning streak, they continued to play well and stayed in games in part due to Jungmann’s efforts in Cincinnati and Chavez Ravine. The righty… [More]

Taylor Jungmann’s Fastball

After his excellent debut, Taylor Jungmann earned his first “tough loss” of the season, as Max Scherzer, the Washington Nationals big-contract ace, nearly no-hit the Brewers. Jungmann hardly pitched poorly, however, and managed to get himself out of trouble a couple of times. Unfortunately, the… [More]

Exceptional Debuts: Reprise for Jungmann

Like clockwork, the Brewers recalled yet another organizational starter to pitch in place of Wily Peralta, and once again, that replacement worked an exceptional debut. In fact, for all the fuss about Tyler Cravy‘s debut, which was arguably the best Brewers SP debut of the… [More]

Meet Taylor Jungmann

The Brewers graduate their third organizational arm to the MLB within a 10 day span, this time handing a start to one of the system’s most high profile arms. Taylor Jungmann is now equal parts “hype” and “disappointment,” as the starter was almost immediately billed… [More]

Thursday Morning Coffee: Parra and Davis

The Brewers decided to expand the win column in Spring Training, beating the Giants 6-to-3 in a sound test of their organizational depth. Will Smith and Brandon Kintzler produced two nearly perfect innings. Kintzler allowed the only hit, and he also collected the only strike… [More]

Building & Rebuilding #6 (Reprise): Depth

Since Brewers President of Baseball Operations & GM Doug Melvin traded Yovani Gallardo and signed Neal Cotts, the 40-man roster has undergone changes that reshape some of the team’s peripheral depth. First, and foremost, the Brewers made two moves to clear roster space for their… [More]