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Creative Trade Deadline Ideas

The Brewers went down again on Wednesday night, this time 4-1 to the Phillies. The defeat marked the Brewers’ eighth loss in the last nine games. With a few exceptions, the pitching is still keeping the team in games, for the most part. It’s the… [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]

The Wei-Chung Wang Dilemma

Monday night was the latest installment in the Brewers’ ongoing Wei-Chung Wang story. It also may–and should–have been the final straw. The 22-year-old Taiwanese left hander gave up five runs and recorded only two outs in the eighth inning. Making only his sixth appearance of… [More]

Should Brewers let Weeks or Wang go?

This post  from @RDTopp on WIsports.com, the joint online sports venture with Brewers flagship station 620WTMJ, TODAY’S TMJ4 & NBC26 can be found by clicking here.

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]

2014 Position Previews: Long Relief

Starter: Tyler Thornburg, Wei-Chung Wang Secondary: Will Smith, Zach Duke DL: Tom Gorzelanny AAA Depth: Everyone. Seriously; the Brewers currently have seven pitchers on the 40-man roster that are in Nashville. The Future: Jimmy Nelson, Johnny Hellweg, Ariel Pena, Jed Bradley, Taylor Jungmann, Jorge Lopez… [More]

2014 Position Previews: Left-Handed Relief

Starters: Will Smith, Zach Duke, Wei-Chung Wang AAA Depth: None, really Disabled List: Tom Gorzelanny The future: Jed Bradley Left-handed relievers seem to befuddle the Brewers. Every year, they’re rumored to be looking at veteran lefties. Every year, they get that lefty. Every year, they… [More]

2014 Position Previews: Setup Man

Starters: Brandon Kintzler, Francisco Rodriguez Backups: Will Smith, Jim Henderson AAA Depth: Michael Blazek, Rob Wooten, Johnny Hellweg The future: Kevin Shackelford, Wei-Chung Wang, Barrett Astin Yesterday, Tim previewed the closer role for the Brewers. He talked about Canadian closers, eccentric personalities, and Brandon Kintzler’s awesomeness…. [More]

Brewers Stock Watch: Week One

If you know the slightest thing about baseball, it’s probably that the most positive thing you can do is base sharp judgments on players’ performances nine games into spring. It’s just the right thing to do. Kind of like bunting in the top of the… [More]