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30 Farmhands #8: Prospect Narratives

While working on ranking Brewers prospects, a number of difficult and intriguing issues appear. First and foremost, the convergence of lower-minor or Brewers-homegrown prospects that are advancing, and supremely advanced external acquisitions leads to a difficult set of wagers about the system’s value. The Brewers… [More]

Personal List: Brewers Midseason Top 15 Prospects

Throughout the season, I have shifted my focus from the MLB team to the Brewers’ farm system, which is perhaps a necessary consequence of preparing to cover a rebuilding ballclub. The Brewers also had one of the most exciting minor league seasons that they could… [More]

Ranking Top Prospects

By on August 11, 2015

Ranking Top Prospects

Once the Brewers experienced that wretched April, fans rather enthusiastically resigned to the fact that the Milwaukee organization would (perhaps, finally) rebuild their MLB roster and farm system. Of course, to prospect newcomers, there could be no better Brewers farm system to follow: prior to… [More]

Friday Morning Coffee: Scouting Barrios & More

Yesterday, the Brewers traded veteran third baseman Aramis Ramirez to the Pittsburgh Pirates for Yhonathan Barrios. While Barrios was not ranked by some nationwide prospect news sources, Pirates Prospects did rank the young flamethrower in their Top 50 for 2015. Barrios is an especially intriguing… [More]

30 Farmhands #6: 2015 Minor League Stars

Since it’s the All-Star Break, it’s a great time to reflect on the state of the organization and prepare for the sprint of the official (if not mathematical) second half. Unfortunately for our Brewers, their recent stretch of solid play is too little, too late,… [More]

Can the Brewers win in 2016?

If you’ve followed the Brewers throughout 2015, there have been few moments of press clarity from the front office. Granted, in the past, President & GM Doug Melvin has been tight-lipped about potential club moves, so a lack of a loud “Players For Sale” sign… [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]

Presented Without Comment: Best 2015 MLB SP debuts

MLB Debut (Team) Age First Start IP / R / K / BB / HR / GameScore Eduardo Rodriguez (Bos) 22 May 28 7.7 / 0 / 7 / 2 / 0 / 78 Mike Wright (Bal) 25 May 17 7.3 / 0 / 6/… [More]

Tyler Cravy: Best Brewers Debut?

Let’s forget the offensive woes for a moment, and praise Tyler Cravy for his exceptional Major League debut. Last night, the organizational righty worked each of his pitches against the Cardinals, varying speeds and planes to confound Cardinals batters. While BaseballAmerica suggested a sinker /… [More]

Seventeen

By on June 1, 2015

Seventeen

The Brewers played the longest game in the history of Miller Park to close their series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Our Milwaukee Nine salvaged one win from the series, ending a disappointing streak of seven consecutive losses. In honor of seventeen innings played, let’s take… [More]