This week I talk about who should be the face of the Brewers and I take a look at how the Brewers are doing so far this spring.
This week I go over the first few preseason games, talk about Braun’s playing time, the Brewers’ contract extension offer to Villar, the World Baseball Classic, and some changes that Major League Baseball is looking at to cut down on the length of the game.
The Brewers made some strides last season and will make some more in 2017. My prediction is that this is going to be the toughest season for Brewer fans. The Brewers will be very close to a Wild Card spot, and many fans will be calling for David Stearns to make a push at the trade deadline. Continue reading “(Way Too Early) 2017 Prediction”
The Brewers need to replace the back end of their bullpen, but the rest of the pitching staff is pretty much intact. Let’s take a look at what to expect in 2017. Continue reading “2017 Pitching Outlook”
The Brewers are entering the second year of their rebuild (if you are already tired of that word, be patient, it will be worth it) and General Manager David Stearns has been busy. It really shows when you compare the current Brewer infield to last season’s Opening Day starters. Continue reading “New Look Infield”
Five members of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame have spent some time with the Milwaukee Brewers, with two of them being inducted as Brewers. Here is a look at each of the five and their contributions to the Brewers. Continue reading “Brewers In The Hall Of Fame”
The Brewers just finished their first year of what will most likely be a 3-5 year rebuild. They played better than many experts predicted, finishing 73-89. That was a 5 game improvement over last season. So let’s take a look at their final report card of 2016. Continue reading “Brewers Final Report Card of 2016”
The Brewers may not be in the playoffs this year, but there are several former Brewers that we can root for. Continue reading “Former Brewers In The Playoff Chase”