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ESPN Power Rankings Week 8: Brewers Sneak Up to No. 25

This was definitely one of the Brewers better weeks, and it showed in the box scores. The Crew went 5-1 over the span of the last week, and that one blemish could have very easily been another victory. Bullpen relief was a major key for… [More]

Five Takeaways: Giants-Brewers Opening Series

Well, the 2016 season is underway for the Brewers and it began just as about as everyone expected, with the team taking one-of-three from the San Francisco Giants. Though the Brewers struggled in the majority of the 27 innings of baseball that were played, bright… [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 Wins: Replacement By Design

It is difficult not to feel optimistic about the Brewers as the new year opens. The club is basically within one season’s length of seeing what their top young players can do in the big leagues, and in the meantime GM David Stearns is stockpiling… [More]

The Wonderful World of the Brewers Bullpen

In case you missed it, the Brewers signed Francisco Rodriguez to a two-year deal on Thursday, reuniting the club with their dependable, veteran closer. The Brewers must make a roster move to accommodate their new closer, and Rodriguez needs to secure a work visa, so… [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]

Status Report: Brewers’ Right-Handed Relief

Following Friday’s blockbuster deal between the Cubs and A’s, trade season is in full swing. Sitting atop the NL Central makes the Brewers potential buyers. So, over the weekend, Ryan Topp sketched out the Brewers’ situation. As he noted, right-handed relief pitching is near the… [More]

Brewers Bullpen in Rare Company?

With a 20 wins and nine losses, the Milwaukee Brewers have the best record in baseball. While the offense and starting pitching has been fine, the bullpen is the real reason for the highly unexpected success. What was expected, however, are the calls for regression…. [More]

The State of Bullpen

By on April 23, 2014

The State of Bullpen

Alfredo Figaro picked up the loss in Tuesday’s 2-1, 12 inning loss to San Diego and that’s too bad because, outside of giving up a home run to Chase Headley, it wasn’t his fault. For starters (ha. ha. punny, right?), the Brewers haven’t had a… [More]

Brewers Bullpen Notes: Thornburg, Henderson, and Wang

The Brewers bested the Phillies 9-4 on Wednesday night, running their winning steak to five games. For the second straight night, it was the Brewers’ power bats that helped overcome a mediocre starting pitching performance. The headliner for the series at this point is most… [More]