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Wherein we temper our enthusiasm for the Brewers starting rotation with case-by-case insight
In praise of the unheralded guys starting for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Seeing that most attention in the AL West is paid to Mike Trout or Shohei Ohtani–or, at least in the last few days, renewed interest in Albert Pujols—Mitch Haniger might be an oversight.
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Despite playing only nine games, the eye test and the numbers show that the 2018 Milwaukee Brewers belong to a 26-year-old only three months into his tenure.
Our winter of discontent is over, and actual, real, games-count baseball will be played Thursday. Drink it in, people.
Fathers and daughters and the day they became Brewers fans. I hope.
Neil Walker came to Milwaukee from the New York Mets in a move that can only be described as desperate.
Lance Lynn signed a one-year deal with the Minnesota Twins Saturday. The innings-eater goes to the Twins, where an effective mid-rotation starter can have more impact in a presumably Cleveland, Minnesota and the morass AL Central. Meanwhile, many fans and …