On the surface, it appears a simple positional upgrade. In reality, it seems Yasmani Grandal’s purpose has a chance to be much, much greater. Advertisements
The Milwaukee Brewers enter 2019 as tentative favorites in a vastly-improved NL Central. They’ll need their lineup top-down to perform all season. Here’s a look at some players who could play key roles in 2019. Unlike real life, Orlando Arcia …
The Milwaukee Brewers enter 2019 as tentative favorites in an NL Central that has vastly improved during the offseason. They’ll need their lineup top-down to perform all season. Here’s a look at some players who could play key roles in …
Much has been made of Milwaukee Brewers prospect Mauricio Dubon‘s batting practice videos trickling out on his Twitter feed over recent weeks. How Dubon’s emergence helps or hinders the organization’s immediate attempt to plug a hole as sizable as the …
Baseball insiders say the Brewers are in on Sonny Gray, but why are they so bullish after such a down year?
Since David Stearns arrived in Milwaukee, he’s made a clear and conscious effort to prove that he loves stacking players up the middle and for good reason. But that hasn’t stopped a black hole from forming behind the mound.
The 2018 Milwaukee Brewers went from being an oversight to one-seed to underdog falling one game shy of a National League pennant and their first World Series appearance since 1982. There’s a lot to unpack.
Forgive us, we know not what we do. Moreover, we don’t care.
Christian Yelich’s MVP stock is skyrocketing, but he may not even be the most valuable player in the Milwaukee Brewers outfield.
Even valuable players need to sit.