Adam McIntosh

Freelance writer and editor

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I'm a freelance writer and editor based in Lansing, Michigan. I currently write for Motor City Bengals and the Hall of Taps. I've also written for Reviewing the Brew, the Fake Baseball, Double G Sports and many more.

Portfolio

Tigers

Motor City Bengals
02/14/2018
Detroit Tigers: What To Expect From Alex Wilson

Alex Wilson thinks he can make the transition to the starting rotation But, by most accounts, the starting rotation is currently Michael Fulmer, Jordan Zimmermann, Mike Fiers, Daniel Norris and Matt Boyd. The Tigers also have minor league pitchers Buck Farmer and Ryan Carpenter sitting in Toledo for good measure.

Motor City Bengals
02/14/2018
Detroit Tigers: 4 hometown players in franchise history

The Detroit Tigers have had names like Ty Cobb, Al Kaline, Mickey Lolich, and Jack Morris. But, these players weren't born in Detroit. Over the years, the Tigers have had plenty of players who were born in Detroit. Some of these players aren't played maybe a season or two for the Detroit Tigers.

Motor City Bengals
12/15/2017
Detroit Tigers Chose Victor Reyes

Burdi would have missed the first half of the season for the Detroit Tigers and they decided that the wait wasn't worth it. MLB.com had an in-depth breakdown of the Tigers newest prospect. Reyes was a member of the Diamondbacks farm system before being left exposed to the Rule 5 draft.

Motor City Bengals
01/22/2018
Detroit Tigers: Baseball America Puts Three Prospects in Top 100

During the rebuild of the Detroit Tigers, there is going to be an added emphasis on the farm system. This emphasis will be to solidify the idea that a strong farm system is a key cog of the rebuilding process. With it being prospect season, Baseball America released their list of the top 100 prospects in major league baseball.

Motor City Bengals
01/23/2018
Detroit Tigers Farm System Continues To Grow

The Detroit Tigers organization saw Baseball America release the Top 10 prospects in Detroit. Atop that list is Franklin Perez, and Bless You Boys isn't surprised by that. Baseball America released it's Top 100 prospects, and three prospects for the Tigers made the list.

Motor City Bengals
01/25/2018
Detroit Tigers: Fulmer and Martinez Expected For Spring Training

Detroit Tigers General Manager Al Avila held his annual media luncheon yesterday. The tone of the press conference was to emphasize the clubs commitment to a bottom-up rebuild. The club might add another starting pitcher, reliever, or utility infielder, but they have yet to be enticed by the remaining free agents.

Motor City Bengals
01/25/2018
Detroit Tigers: The Uniforms Get An Update

The Detroit Tigers are entering a new era in the Motor City. With a new era, comes a new look as the team unveiled a new look for 2018. This year, the home uniforms will keep the Olde English D matching on the cap and jersey.

Motor City Bengals
02/01/2018
Detroit Tigers: Spring Training Is Almost Here!

Detroit Tigers baseball is almost back, pitchers and catchers are set to report in a couple weeks. Even Detroit Jock City is getting excited about baseball in the Motor City. The Tigers are inviting plenty of players to spring training, including prospects Alex Faedo and Jake Rogers.

Motor City Bengals
01/21/2018
Detroit Tigers: TigersFest Is Next Weekend!

The Detroit Tigers are building up to Tigersfest with their annual winter caravan. The Tigers will be splitting the team up into two buses. One bus will head up to northern Michigan, while the other bus will be in the Metro Detroit area. Detroit Athletic Co.

Motor City Bengals
01/26/2018
Detroit Tigers To Expand The Net Around Comerica Park

The Detroit Tigers have announced plans to expand the net around Comerica Park in 2018. SB Nation's Bless You Boys gave an in-depth analysis of the move. However, as beat writer Jason Beck notes, nothing is set in stone as of yet. To clarify, Tigers set up netting at Comerica Park this week to evaluate.

Motor City Bengals
01/20/2018
Detroit Tigers: TigersFest Is Right Around The Corner

The Detroit Tigers are looking to bounce back in 2018, according to USA Today. They note the arrival of OF Leonys Martin and SP Mike Fiers. They also think you should keep an eye on Miguel Cabrera, Nicholas Castellanos, and Michael Fulmer. USA Today broke down the fantasy baseball expectations for the Detroit Tigers.

Motor City Bengals
01/19/2018
Detroit Tigers: Three Bargain Starting Rotation Pickups

The Detroit Tigers could use an arm or two in the starting rotation for insurance purposes. But, they're rebuilding so they want a low-risk arm. A veteran looking to bounce back and prove his worth would be perfect for the team. The team could always bring back Anibal Sanchez, but change is already happening in the Motor City.

Motor City Bengals
01/26/2018
Detroit Tigers ZiPS Projections Released

The Detroit Tigers might have some cause for concern. Fangraphs released the ZiPS projections for the 2018 Detroit Tigers and they don't bode well. For those of you who aren't familiar with ZiPS projections MLB.com defines it as: It's like other projection systems. ZiPS uses past performance and aging trends to develop a future projection for players.

Motor City Bengals
01/19/2018
Detroit Tigers: Now Is The Perfect Time To Get A Starter

Many people think the Detroit Tigers starting rotation is set. Fulmer, Zimmerman, Boyd, Norris, and Fiers. But, as the Detroit Free points out there are still lingering questions. Anthony Fenech, of the Free Press, also points out that the Detroit Tigers don't have insurance for that rotation.

Motor City Bengals
01/18/2018
Detroit Tigers: A Glance At The Affiliates

There's no doubt that a strong emphasis will be placed on the Detroit Tigers farm system over the next couple years. The Tigers have traded away Justin Verlander, J.D. Martinez, and Ian Kinsler. These trades have brought hauls of prospects that many people know nothing about and the prospects have been sent to their respective playing levels (AAA, AA, A etc.).

Motor City Bengals
01/18/2018
Detroit Tigers Avoid Arbitration With Jose Iglesias

The Detroit Tigers avoided attending arbitration salary hearings for the 17th consecutive year. They agreed to terms with shortstop Jose Iglesias, who was the last arbitration player left. The Tigers and Iglesias reportedly agreed to a one-year deal worth $6.275 million.

Motor City Bengals
01/30/2018
Detroit Tigers: Nicholas Castellanos Embracing Leadership Role

The Detroit Tigers signed Travis Wood to a minor league deal yesterday. Wood is expected to compete for the fifth man job in the starting rotation. Jordan Zimmerman, who is expected to be in the rotation, is planning for a healthy 2018 with the team.

Motor City Bengals
01/17/2018
Detroit Tigers Find Themselves Last In Power Rankings

Pitchers and catchers report on February 13 th, and baseball is almost here. With that comes the question of how the season will fare for each squad. If you're the Houston Astros, you're looking for a repeat in the Fall Classic. Detroit Tigers fans? Hoping to stay under 100 losses.

Motor City Bengals
01/17/2018
Detroit Tigers: Trades Abound In The Motor City

Detroit Tigers General Manager Al Aliva has garnered criticism in the past for some of his trades. He's even been given poor grades for his tenure so far in the Motor City. Anthony Fench, of the Detroit Free Press, however, thinks that some of the trades made by Aliva are looking better in hindsight.

Motor City Bengals
02/01/2018
Detroit Tigers: Spring Training Is Almost Here!

Detroit Tigers baseball is almost back, pitchers and catchers are set to report in a couple weeks. Even Detroit Jock City is getting excited about baseball in the Motor City. The Tigers are inviting plenty of players to spring training, including prospects Alex Faedo and Jake Rogers.

Motor City Bengals
01/16/2018
Detroit Tigers: Jake Rogers Named To All-D Team

Detroit Tigers General Manager Al Avila has openly stated that there is no long-term future for Jose Iglesias in the Motor City. Andy Patton argues that shipping the shortstop to the Padres makes sense for both sides. SB Nation's Bless You Boys meanwhile broke down the arbitration case of Jose Iglesias.

Motor City Bengals
01/16/2018
Detroit Tigers: Best/Worst Case Scenarios for 2018

2018 comes as a peculiar year for Detroit Tigers fans alike. The team is rebuilding and for the first time since 2006, the team isn't making big name grabs in the offseason. This brings up the question of what is the best and worst case scenarios in 2018 for the Detroit Tigers.

Motor City Bengals
01/14/2018
Detroit Tigers: Castellanos Ahead of Iglesias On The Trading Block

First up is our weekly "Future Friday series. This week, our newest contributor Gabriel Masek profiles Alex Faedo. Faedo was the Tigers' number one draft pick in the 2017 draft. Masek takes a look at well Faedo performed in college. He also breaks down what that'll turn into for the Detroit Tigers franchise in the future.

Motor City Bengals
02/02/2018
Detroit Tigers Baseball Is Back This Month!

Detroit Tigers baseball will be back in just eleven days! MLive.com has an early look at all 62 players heading to Lakeland this spring. The trucks and equipment are officially heading south. Alex Faedo is the top name of NRI's heading to Lakeland this spring.

Motor City Bengals
02/03/2018
Detroit Tigers: Former Tiger Van Hekken Still Wants To Pitch

Detroit Tigers prospect Derek Hill is the Tigers third best prospect. At least that's according to ESPN's Keith Law and Bless You Boys thinks that he's going out on a limb there. We'd have to agree with that one. BYB continues their daily rankings of the Detroit Tigers top thirty prospects.

Motor City Bengals
01/11/2018
Detroit Tigers History Is Full Of Gold

Our own Andy Patton took a trip down memory lane and looked at some favorite moments in Detroit Tigers History. SB Nation's Bless You Boys pointed out that Bing Crosby once owned the team. The Detroit Tigers signed James McCann and four others to deals today, the team also added a pair of minor league relievers into the farm system.

Motor City Bengals
01/10/2018
Detroit Tigers Add More Depth At Catcher

Chris Cotillo was the first to report that the Detroit Tigers were bringing Pena back to the Motor City. As the Detroit Tigers look to rebuild in 2018 and going forward, they're looking to trade veterans, shed payroll and add low risk veterans like Pena.

Motor City Bengals
01/07/2018
Detroit Tigers: New Year New Resolutions

The Detroit Tigers recently announced report dates for players and their full spring training schedule, which you can read here. As we head into the new year, Andy Patton has four under the radar prospects to keep an eye on. Of course, a new year means, new storylines to keep an eye on.

Motor City Bengals
02/14/2018
Detroit Tigers: Spring Training is here!

The Detroit Tigers have had many great shortstops over the years. MLIve.com ranked the top twenty, and to no surprise, Alan Trammell topped the list. The full list is worth the read if you have some extra time. This season there will be a free agent spring training camp.

Motor City Bengals
01/03/2018
Detroit Tigers Still Have Lingering Questions

One of them is what will the starting rotation be? Our own Austin Green tries to predict who'll be in the Detroit Tigers rotation for the 2018 season. One thing is for certain, Anibal Sanchez won't be in the rotation for the Old English D.

Motor City Bengals
12/24/2017
Detroit Tigers: Top 10 Teams In Franchise History

With the Detroit Tigers looking to the future, we are taking a look into the past. There are plenty of different ways to judge the best team in franchise history. You could use Baseball References' Pythagorean Win-Loss Percentage, which would put the '35 Detroit Tigers as the best team in franchise history.

Motor City Bengals
12/23/2017
Detroit Tigers Add Four More Minor League Players

Rodriguez was just one of four minor league players the Detroit Tigers signed to deals yesterday. They also recently signed reliever Phillipe Aumont. The former first-round draft pick spent last season pitching in Canada. Detroit Tigers pitcher Daniel Norris is known for taking adventures off the beaten path, and recently he was forced to camp out at Atlanta International Airport due to a power outage.

Motor City Bengals
12/09/2017
Detroit Tigers Ian Kinsler Garnering Interest

Per Marc Carig of Newsday, the New York Mets have had trade talks with the Detroit Tigers about Ian Kinsler. Mets have had trade talks with Tigers about Ian Kinsler and also with the Indians about Jason Kipnis. I hear they may also use winter meetings to explore deal with Pirates for Josh Harrison.

Motor City Bengals
12/10/2017
Detroit Tigers GM Low In The Power Ranking

The Detroit Tigers recenlty hired Ron Gardenhire as their new skipper, and former skipper Jim Leyland is confident in Al Aliva's hire. MLB.com's Jason Beck quoted Leyland who said: "I just always thought that he'd be a perfect fit for a place like Detroit.

Motor City Bengals
02/03/2018
Detroit Tigers: Former Tiger Van Hekken Still Wants To Pitch

Detroit Tigers prospect Derek Hill is the Tigers third best prospect. At least that's according to ESPN's Keith Law and Bless You Boys thinks that he's going out on a limb there. We'd have to agree with that one. BYB continues their daily rankings of the Detroit Tigers top thirty prospects.

Motor City Bengals
12/10/2017
Detroit Tigers: Alan Trammell and Jack Morris are (finally) Hall of Famers

Detroit Tigers fans will finally have a reason to vacation to Cooperstown this summer. For the first time since Hal Newhouser was elected in 1992 a player will enter the Hall of Fame wearing the Old English D. Alan Trammell and Jack Morris were both inducted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday, December 10th at the Winter Meetings in Orlando, Florida.

Motor City Bengals
12/11/2017
Detroit Tigers: Morris and Trammell Finally in Hall of Fame

According to Brandon Day, of Bless You Boys, the Modern Era Committee righted a couple of wrongs that had been done to the Detroit Tigers. After all, the case was made that Trammell was the greatest shortstop in Detroit Tigers history. It was an agonizing wait for Tigers fans as well as for the duo.

Motor City Bengals
12/12/2017
Detroit Tigers: Fulmer Picking Up Interest

Despite a report from Mlive's Jaon Beck that the Detroit Tigers have no interest in trading away Fulmer, it seems that both the Yankees and Rangers are interested in trading for him. Beck quoted GM Al Aliva as saying: "We don't have the desire at this stage right now, to trade him.

Motor City Bengals
12/12/2017
Detroit Tigers: Winter Meetings Day 1 Roundup

The weekend before Day 1 on the Winter Meetings saw Giancarlo Stanton being traded away to the Yankees, and then the Yankees had the loudest Day 1, officially introducing Stanton as a team member. The Tigers, on the other hand, didn't trade Ian Kinsler, despite a strong desire to do so.

Motor City Bengals
02/07/2018
Detroit Tigers: FanGraphs' Top 100 Prospect rankings Has Only One Tiger

The Detroit Tigers didn't fare so well in FanGraphs' Top 100 prospect rankings. They only had one prospect on that list, Franklin Perez. He barely just snuck in there as Bless You Boys points out. Detroit Tigers pitching prospect Bryan Garcia is expected to visit Dr. James Andrews.

Motor City Bengals
02/09/2018
Detroit Tigers: PECOTA Rankings Unfavorable To Tigers

The Detroit Tigers aren't going to have a pretty season if Baseball Prospectus's PECOTA Rankings are to be believed. Baseball Prospectus's projection system isn't impressed by the Tigers pitching staff as Evan Woodbery of MLive.com points out. As well, PECOTA projects the Tigers to be the third-worst team in Major League Baseball this season.

Motor City Bengals
02/11/2018
Detroit Tigers: Franklin Perez Ready For The Spotlight

Detroit Tigers prospect Franklin Perez is considered by some to be the top prospect in the organization. It's a label that he's not afraid to be given, writes Evan Woodbery of MLive.com. Perez is braced for an ascension through the Detroit Tigers farm system, according to Chris McCoskey of the Detroit News.

Motor City Bengals
12/20/2017
Detroit Tigers: Replacing Ian Kinsler

The Detroit Tigers, reportedly, could have gotten more for Ian Kinsler if they had been patient according to Bless You Boys. Tim Lincecum is reportedly eyeing an MLB comeback and our own Adam McIntosh thinks that the Detroit Tigers should bring him on to the team.

Motor City Bengals
02/13/2018
Detroit Tigers: Pitchers and Catchers Report Tomorrow

Detroit Tigers first-round draft pick, Alex Faedo has never pitched in pro ball. He's not letting that deter him from making the most of spring training, writes Evan Woodbery. As Chris McCosky writes, Faedo is grateful not in awe of the invite. The Tigers are starting the rebuild, and this year might be as rough as last year.

Motor City Bengals
12/20/2017
Detroit Tigers: Tim Lincecum Isn't In The Maserati Section

The Tigers are not shopping in the Maserati section for another starting pitcher, Avila said. - anthony fenech (@anthonyfenech) December 11, 2017 The last time Tim Lincecum pitched in baseball the year was 2016. With the Los Angeles Angels, he went 2-6 with a 9.16 ERA, 5.4 BB/9, and 7.5 SO/9 over 38.1 innings.

Motor City Bengals
12/12/2017
Detroit Tigers: Winter Meetings In Full Swing

As well Day 2 of the Winter Meetings is almost over, and today we learned that the Yankees and Rangers have expressed interest in acquiring starting pitcher Michael Fulmer. One person that they should avoid is trading for Clint Frazier. Any trade that involves Michael Fulmer could net huge prospects per Bless You Boys.

Motor City Bengals
12/12/2017
Detroit Tigers: Who to take in the Rule 5 draft?

The Rule 5 draft allows a team to select an exposed minor leaguer for $50,000. That player must remain on the 25-man roster for the entire season, or be returned to his original team for $25,000. For the Detroit Tigers, the draft strategy is pretty simple. They can 1.)

Motor City Bengals
12/19/2017
Detroit Tigers News: Tigers Trade Rumors

Fulmer is also one of five members of the Detroit Tigers who were named offseason trade targets by MLB Trade Rumors. Hearing another Alex Avila-#Tigers reunion is possible, but nothing imminent. - Tony Paul (@TonyPaul1984) December 18, 2017 Alex Avila might find himself as a member of the Detroit Tigers organization once again if Tony Paul is to be believed.

Motor City Bengals
12/18/2017
The Detroit Tigers Rebuild Is In Full Swing

By trading away the veteran second baseman The Detroit Tigers are moving forward in the right direction, argues Anthony Fench of the Detroit Free Press. Despite the trade, the team's roster still remains under construction according to the Detroit News. Ian Kinsler thanked the Detroit Tigers organization and the fans after the trade.

Motor City Bengals
02/12/2018
Detroit Tigers: Baseball Is Back This Week!

Detroit Tigers Pitchers and Catchers report back in two days. Baseball is back this week! Tigers relief pitchers Drew VerHagen and Joe Jimenez are looking to bounce back in the bullpen. Chris McCoskey, of the Detroit News, writes that VerHagen and Jimenez should serve as pockets of hope during the rebuild.

Motor City Bengals
12/13/2017
Detroit Tigers: Winter Meetings Day 2 Roundup

It's been the talk of the morning, so let's get some input. #Tigers fans, would you trade Michael Fulmer to the #Yankees? - Motor City Bengals (@MCB_Tigers) December 12, 2017 The Detroit Tigers have openly expressed not trading away the starting pitcher unless the potential team is aggressive and has the right prospects.

Motor City Bengals
12/13/2017
Detroit Tigers Trade Ian Kinsler to Angels

The two prospects coming back to the Tigers will be outfielder Troy Montgomery and right-handed pitcher Wilkel Hernandez. They were ranked No. 20 and No. 24 in the Angels system, respectively. Montgomery was an eighth round pick out of Ohio State in the 2016 draft.

Motor City Bengals
12/14/2017
Detroit Tigers: Ian Kinsler Trade Confirmed

The Angels were reportedly on Kinsler's no-trade list, which was a potential roadblock as CBS Detroit noted. This roadblock is more than likely why the Detroit Tigers took so long to confirm the trade with the Los Angeles Angels. The Detroit Tigers are also considering a reunion with Fernando Rodney, SB Nation's Bless You Boys has all the details.

Motor City Bengals
12/14/2017
Detroit Tigers: Winter Meetings Day 3 Roundup

In return, the Tigers will be getting outfielder Troy Montgomery and right-handed pitcher Wilkel Hernandez. Both are top 30 prospects in the Angels organization. Troy Montgomery posted .271 with eight home runs, 38 RBIs, 15 stolen bases and a .771 OPS in 2017 with the Angels farm system.

Motor City Bengals
12/09/2017
Detroit Tigers Looking To Winter Meetings

With the recent addition of Mike Fiers to the team, Brandon Bay of SB Nation's Bless You Boys argues that Fiers will be a good fit for the Detroit Tigers. Mlive.com gives you 6 things to know about the newest member of the Detroit Tigers.

Motor City Bengals
12/08/2017
Detroit Tigers Add A Starting Pitcher

Fiers was just one of three pitchers that the Detroit Tigers were considering adding to the mix. SP Chris Tillman and CP Yoshihisa Hirano are two other pitchers the Tigers have been reportedly interested in. Fiers has spent the last seven seasons with the Houston Astros and the Milwaukee Brewers.

Motor City Bengals
12/06/2017
The Corner: Tigers Add New Faces In The Mix

Martin is reported to have inked a $1.75 million deal for approximately one year. The 29-year old is a .247 career hitter with a .300 on-base percentage and .661 OPS. He has 115 stolen bases in 151 career attempts.

Motor City Bengals
12/05/2017
Detroit Tigers Add Depth In The Minors

The biggest news for Detroit Tigers fans came today in the signing of outfielder Leonys Martin. In addition to this, the Tigers announced deals with catcher Derek Norris, right-handed pitcher Enrique Burgos, first baseman Edwin Espinel, and Jim Adduci (who was already a Tiger).

Motor City Bengals
12/09/2017
Detroit Tigers Ian Kinsler Garnering Interest

Per Marc Carig of Newsday, the New York Mets have had trade talks with the Detroit Tigers about Ian Kinsler. Mets have had trade talks with Tigers about Ian Kinsler and also with the Indians about Jason Kipnis. I hear they may also use winter meetings to explore deal with Pirates for Josh Harrison.

Craft Beer

Microtaps
02/09/2018
Here's Some Lower-Ranked Craft Beers That We Love - Microtaps

When we formulate the hall of taps, we run into craft beers that might not be ranked very well, but actually well-liked by people. The most notable reason for this would seem that not everyone uses Untappd to check-in and rate the beers they drink.

Microtaps
02/08/2018
The Hall of Taps Gets An Update - Microtaps

Sort of. The Hall of Taps has been around for a couple of years now. I haven't done much with it. I've updated the craft beer rankings to reflect the new Hall Ranking formula (more on that in the next post).

Microtaps
02/01/2018
New Craft Beer Hall Rankings | The Hall of Taps

Over the last six months, I have had a chance to update some 250k craft beers into the hall of taps. Yes, 250k beers. Although its a bit deceptive as some of those craft beers are homebrews on Untappd.

Microtaps
08/02/2016
The Hall Doesn't Care For Your Favorite Craft Beer - Microtaps

Everyone has their favorite beer or even the beer that got them into the craft beer scene. We all have a go-to beer, a beer that you can't be convinced is 'bad' or doesn't 'taste good. The formula doesn't care for your favorite craft beer (it might be in some cases).

Microtaps
02/09/2018
Craft Beer Hall Ratings 2.0 The Hall of Taps

In updating the Hall of taps with new craft beer ratings, and starting to clean up the data we realized that the Hall Rating needed an update from the original version. When we came up with the original formula for the Hall of Taps there were beers that had negative hall ratings.

Microtaps
07/04/2016
Welcome to the Hall of Taps! - Microtaps

Today is the first official day of the Hall of Taps. Our goal is to determine the best craft brews objectively out there. Craft beer culture is such a cool place to mingle, over a beer you can discuss which brews you think are best.

Microtaps
01/26/2018
Hall of Taps Update - Microtaps

The hall of taps was meant to be a craft beer hall of fame. With keeping the hall of taps updated, I've done a terrible job of doing so. But, that's hopefully going to change in the coming weeks. Over the past couple weeks I've updated 32,000 craft beers as well as their hall rating.

Microtaps
12/16/2016
Hall of Taps Holiday Beers - Microtaps

It's the holidays, and it's time of the year where everyone makes their lists of the top things of the year. So, let's make our own! This is the list of the top ten hall rated beers, which have the word 'holiday' in their name.

Microtaps
07/27/2016
Objectivity and Subjectivity in Craft Beer - Microtaps

The Hall of Taps was designed out of people's subjective opinion on each craft beer. Not to say that that everyone person has an opinion about every possible craft beer, but rather people have subjective (and unique) opinions about the different craft beers which they have drank and then rated on Untappd.

Microtaps
07/15/2016
The Five Best Brews From Michigan - Microtaps

Since its July, and in Michigan that means its craft beer month, we probably should be drinking only beer from there, while lounging down a river enjoy some of the best brews from the Mitten State. I can't be doing that myself, but I can give you five of the best quality beers that the ...

Microtaps
07/06/2016
What Is The Hall Rating and Is It Worthwhile? - Microtaps

The Hall Rating is the backbone of the Hall of Taps. Without the rating, there'd be no Hall of taps. It's that simple. The Highest rated beer in the hall currently is Heady Topper boasting a Hall Rating of 130.40. The lowest rated beer currently is Bourgogne Des Flandres with a dismal rating of -189.07.

MLB

MicroBrews
06/02/2016
Big Byrd

In the wake of accepting his PED Suspension both Marlon Byrd and his lawyer Jay Reisinger have released a statement. Here they are in full: Byrd: "Today, I have accepted a 1 year suspension by Major League Baseball. Recently, I was notified that I had tested positive for Ipamorelin, a peptide prohibited by the JDA.

Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon on Svbtle
12/19/2017
Pat O'Conner Is No Fan of Crash Davis * Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon

The life of a Minor League Player has been the subject of much debate over the last couple years. Current MLB commissioner Rob Manfred sees them as "seasonal" employees. In October of 2016, Manfred said: "A young man decides that he wants to take...

MicroBrews
05/28/2016
The Hills

Before last September, Rich Hill hadn't made an MLB since 2009. From 2007-2015, he has played with seven different clubs and even had a stint with the independent Long Island Ducks. Hill was playing well enough for the Ducks that the Red Sox brought Hill back on a minor league deal and by September, he found...

MicroBrews
05/16/2016
Much Ado About Nothing

With everyone from various Twitter users to the Detroit Free Press clamoring about Tigers Skipper Brad Ausmus being given the axe. While many had lofty goals for the season, the Tigers were originally projected to win only 77 games. There are many who are calling for Ausmus to get the boot, on the surface it...

MicroBrews
05/27/2016
The Shelby Miller Band

If it wasn't evident before that the Braves swindled the Diamondbacks when they traded Shelby Miller, it ought to be evident now as Ken Rosenthal reported earlier that Miller is headed to the DL. https://twitter.com/Ken_Rosenthal/status/736242390533562369 So far this season Miller has allowed 36 runs, gave up 56 hits and walked 29 batters in 45.2 innings...

MicroBrews
05/28/2016
The Great Beeramid of Cleveland

In a city that hasn't seen a national championship since 1964 (I think that's the correct year), a place that is practically a black hole for professional athletes. The Eighth Wonder of the World was born. https://twitter.com/Reflog_18/status/736372316402241537?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw The Tribe is second in the AL-Central, sitting at 25-21 and yet their fans still find time to...

Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon on Svbtle
12/19/2017
Grabbing Life By The Horns * Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon

Texas Rangers pitcher Martin Perez broke the radial head in his non-pitching elbow while involved in an incident with a bull, according to Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News. Per Grant: "It is possible Perez could get back earlier, but Rangers... | Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon | Svbtle

Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon on Svbtle
12/19/2017
Cole Hamels is Donating $10 million mansion to charity * Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon

Rangers pitcher Cole Hamels, along with his wife Heidi, announced yesterday that they donate their 104-acre estate, along with the 32,000 square foot mansion on the estate, to charity. You can read the full announcement here. Cole Hamels had this... | Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon | Svbtle

Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon on Svbtle
12/19/2017
The Crew Goes Down With The Ship * Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon

The Miami Marlins are rebuilding from the ground up, shipping away stars Giancarlo Stanton and Marcell Ozuna. The Marlins still have stars remaining on their roster and they don't want to go down with the ship. Both Christian Yelich and J.T.... | Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon | Svbtle

MicroBrews
06/01/2016
A Short Take On The Complete Game Shut Out

"All in all, that may have been the best game I've ever watched in a Pirate uniform," Pirates skipper Clint Hurdle said on Jeff Locke's complete game shutout last night. In 101 career starts, Locke is 30-33 complimented with a 4.18 ERA. While the rest of Pittsburgh watched hockey, Locke quietly completed arguably the best...

MicroBrews
05/31/2016
The Dark Knight Rises

Matt Harvey returned to form on Monday, after a slew of starts brought into question what issues were plaguing the New York Mets. Harvey tossed seven dominant innings of two-hit ball against the Chicago White Sox. Before yesterday's performance, Harvey was more like the Riddler than the Dark Knight.

Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon on Svbtle
12/20/2017
Fish Stripes Isn't Pin Stripes * Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon

Derek Jeter recently bought the Miami Marlins with a group which leveraged the buyout, then turned around and shipped its most popular superstars. So far, the new ownership hasn't been popular with the fanbase, and the most visible owner-Derek... | Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon | Svbtle

Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon on Svbtle
12/19/2017
If You Throw It They Will Come * Six Degrees of Bartolo Colon

The last time Tim Lincecum pitched in baseball the year was 2016. With the Angels he went 2-6 with a 9.16 ERA, 5.4 BB/9, and 7.5 SO/9 over 38.1 innings. He stated last year that he wasn't done with baseball, worked out hard in Arizona but never...

MiLB

2121 Trumbull Ave
02/02/2018
Detroit Tigers Will Benefit From Improved Farm System

Whatever thoughts you have about the Detroit Tigers rebuilding, it's hard to argue that a rebuild can't be successful without a strong farm system. The last five years for the Tigers have seen farm system ranked 25th, 22nd, 27th, 28th, 30th, and 26th in the last five years.

Greetings From Michigan
04/22/2016
Fresno Grizzlies 98 Remix Jersey

As you probably very well know already, Prince passed away earlier today. Many in the world have mourned his death and found a way to pay tribute to the legendary musician. Including, the Fresno Grizzlies who tonight and tomorrow will wear a '98 Remix' Jersey in honor of Prince and Purple Rain.

Greetings From Michigan
06/03/2016
Memphis Redbirds FedEx St. Jude Classic Themed Jerseys

Here's a look at the cool jerseys the Memphis Redbirds will be wearing in tonight's game: https://twitter.com/memphisredbirds/status/738739848635371521 The golf theme? That's awesome. I love argyle, well on socks, but this is a cool argyle uniform. You can also take home the jerseys in an auction after the game.

Greetings From Michigan
05/19/2016
Bowling Green Hot Rods Memorial Day Jersey

Continuing with the honoring the Military theme is the jersey below that the Bowling Green Hot Rods will be wearing all memorial day weekend. https://twitter.com/BGHotRods/status/733300131924172801 They'll be honoring first responders as well, which is cool. Finally, a cool themed jersey within driving distance from where I live.

Greetings From Michigan
05/19/2016
Frederick Keys Hey Arnold Jersey

Last year the Frederick Keys had a Rugrats Jersey for the 90s Nickelodeon Jersey, and they're at it again, this time with Hey Arnold Jerseys, check them out below. https://twitter.com/MiLBPromos/status/733079379857833985 For the Mid-Late twenty-somethings (myself included) this is an excellent throwback filled with nostalgia.

Greetings From Michigan
05/15/2016
Columbia Fireflies Star Wars Night

Back to Star Wars Night, here's a cool Chewbacca Jersey that the Columbia Fireflies wore last night for their Star Wars Night. https://twitter.com/ColaFireflies/status/731484625516789760 The Fireflies are my hometown team (sort of, I graduated from high school in Columbia), and this is a cool Chewy Jersey. It's also something a little different from Star Wars Jerseys....

Greetings From Michigan
05/11/2016
Trenton Thunder Paint The Park Pink Jerseys

This Friday Trenton Thunder is hosting a Paint the Park Pink night in partnership with Radiology Affiliates Images to help spread breast cancer awareness. You can see that not only are they auctioning off the jersey's worn during the game, but as well the first 1,000 fans are going to get a commemorative hat (that's...

Greetings From Michigan
05/10/2016
Birmingham Barons Star Wars Night

The latest jersey post features the minor league team made infamous by Micheal Jordan when he retired from basketball. https://twitter.com/BhamBarons/status/729678351342899200 The Birmingham Barons are going to have a Star Wars Night this week, after the game the Barons will be having a silent auction and the proceeds will go to the ALS Association.

Greetings From Michigan
05/17/2016
Portland Sea Dogs Top Gun Night

Straight out of a Halloween party is the Top Gun Jersey's from the Portland Sea Dogs. https://twitter.com/PortlandSeaDogs/status/732325823492042752 They're cool enough for Maverick and Goose. The weird thing is that Top Gun is 30 years old, older than a lot of younger people who enjoy MiLB games and me, but these jerseys are still cool enough...

Greetings From Michigan
05/10/2016
San Jose Giants SpongeBob Jersey

Today's jersey post features the San Jose Giants and their Spongebob Jersey to help support the Bay Area Make A Wish Foundation. https://twitter.com/SJGiants/status/729165972095963136 Many MiLB teams have a themed night; the staple has become a Star Wars Themed evening. There are other times, like this jersey, where the Teams auction off the Jersey for a...

Greetings From Michigan
05/15/2016
Tennessee Smokies Star Wars Night

Until about two seconds ago, the Potomac Nationals had the coolest Star Wars Jersey I had ever seen. That changed when I saw this jersey from the Tennessee Smokies. https://twitter.com/smokiesbaseball/status/731540811414966276 Seeing Han Solo frozen in Carbonite was one of the defining moments of Star Wars for me.

Greetings From Michigan
05/15/2016
Norfolk Tides Armed Forces Night

With Memorial Day coming up at the end of the month, it's no surprise that the Norfolk Tides had an Armed Forces Night with the digital camo jerseys below. https://twitter.com/NorfolkTides/status/731579657112436737 Now that's cool. I've seen other Military Appreciation jerseys, like the one below from the Round Rock Express (which had the names of submitted Military...

Greetings From Michigan
05/03/2016
Buffalo Bisons Retro Jersey

Today marks change for Greetings From Michigan. For the most part, I've done past jersey/logo posts, and it's been fresh and intriguing as well as impressive. However, it's time to head in a different direction with the focus of the blog. I'm going to steer away from the past posts and focus solely on what...

Greetings From Michigan
05/03/2016
1939 Winnipeg Maroons

To the north of the border, we go for today's post, featuring the Winnipeg Maroons and their simplistic jersey as seen below. Back row (left to right) - C.H. McFadyen (President), Art Morrison (Publicity), Hugh Filson P, Hank Ruffing P, Fred Crinkovich P, Don Godfreson P, Ian McDonald (Trainer), Joe Mowry MGR/OF, John Jackson (Exec),...

Greetings From Michigan
04/30/2016
1961 Duluth Dukes

Today's post features the 1961 Duluth Dukes who wore the jersey below; which you can purchase here. I was doing some MiLB research; it's hard to find information, photos, etc. on the lesser known MiLB teams. Yes, you can find the stats at baseball reference, but this isn't a stats blog.

Greetings From Michigan
04/29/2016
Columbus Clippers Throwback Night

Earlier Today the Columbus Clippers had a Throwback Throwdown where you could vote on which Throwback Jerseys the team would wear during the game. https://twitter.com/CLBClippers/status/725660859075158016 You can't see it now, but they changed their name to the Columbus Jets and even changed their Twitter avatar. It was pretty cool.

Greetings From Michigan
04/24/2016
1913 Durham Bulls

Back to the historical jerseys; today's is the 1913 Durham Bulls, featured in the photo below. As you can see from the picture, not much as changed from the uniform the Durham Bulls wear today, both the trademark D as well as the jumping Bull can be seen in the picture above.

Greetings From Michigan
04/24/2016
Frisco RoughRiders Star Trek Night

Trekies have no worry, you aren't being neglected from MiLB promotional nights. The Frisco RoughRiders are doing a Star Trek Fan Night Saturday June 11. https://twitter.com/RidersBaseball/status/723973113940037632 You can vote either Team Spock or Team Picard here. I grew up in the 90's so Team Picard is an easy choice for me.

Greetings From Michigan
04/21/2016
Frederick Keys Green Jersey

I thought I'd move away from the MiLB history for my next post and go to the unique jerseys that served as an inspiration for me starting this blog. Today, the Frederick Keys and their "Green Jerseys" that the team wore in part with the Living Legacy Foundation (a non-profit dedicated to organ and tissue...

Greetings From Michigan
04/07/2016
1909 Guthrie Senators

Todays post features the 1909 Guthrie Senators of the Western Association. By, far the hardest team I've had to research, there's not much about them publically. Their Wiki article yields next to nothing. You can find plenty on Baseball-Reference (albeit its all stats), but as far as Jerseys and Logos, they're a hard team to do...

Greetings From Michigan
03/30/2016
Stockton Ports Asparagus Jersey

The talk around MiLB Jerseys has been a Philly Cheesesteak jersey, but I think the Stockton Ports annual Asparagus Jersey is much cooler. https://twitter.com/stocktonports/status/710218156715876353 It's that much cooler because asparagus really isn't that cool (I don't know any kid who likes to eat their green vegetables) and the Ports still rock the jersey regardless.

Greetings From Michigan
03/24/2016
1962 Columbus Jets

Going through the 50's MiLB team I can across the Columbus Jets, located in Columbus, OH from 1955-1970. After Columbus had lost their Triple-A team to Omaha, the local businessman, Frederick Jones purchased Ottawa's Triple-A team, moved it to Columbus and dubbed them the Columbus Jets, playing in the rebranded Jets stadium.

Greetings From Michigan
03/15/2016
Lansing Lugnuts Old Timers Jersey

Over the weekend, I found an "Old Timers" jersey worn by the Lansing Lugnuts for sale on Craigslist. Here are the pictures attached in the posting: Now growing up in Lansing I frequented games at Oldsmobile Park (it's called Cooley Law Stadium now) and I never realized just how far back the Lugnuts franchise went....

Greetings From Michigan
03/09/2016
1950 Joplin Miners

The Baseball world lost a great this week with the passing of former Yankee Steve Kraly. Kraly only played five games in the majors and five in the minors. He was more well known as the longtime broadcaster of the Binghamton Mets (a minor league affiliate of the Mets).

Greetings From Michigan
03/07/2016
Albuquerque Isotopes: Better Call Saul Jersey

With the season upon us, many MiLB teams have been announcing their promotional days through social media. Most recently, the Albuquerque Isotopes announced that they're going to have a Better Call Saul Day in the upcoming season. Better Call Saul Day will occur on August 6th and afterwards the fans will have the opportunity to...

Greetings From Michigan
03/04/2016
1952 San Diego Padres

When I'm not researching MiLB history, I work with databases, part of the is the infamous Sean Lahman Baseball Database, and that brought up 'phantom players' as one of the records that ended up being dropped from an earlier version I had was a dubbed 'phantom player'.

Greetings From Michigan
03/03/2016
Akron RubberDucks Scrub Jersey

While Star Wars Night has seemingly become a staple with MiLB teams, another staple among MiLB teams is to pay tribute to either the Military or to the local Fire/Police Department. One team, however, the Akron RubberDucks paid tribute to nurses working in the local hospital. Here is the jersey they wore This is...

Greetings From Michigan
03/02/2016
Columbus Clippers Ohio Cap

MiLB teams are finding more and more ways to incorporate the surrounding community into their uniforms and a way to attract more fans to the games (or to show their support for the team). The Columbus Clippers are no exception to that, with Ohio's 213th birthday coming up they pay tribute to the celebration with...

Greetings From Michigan
03/01/2016
1955 Keokuk Kernels

The 1955 Keokuk Kernels are considered to be one of the top 100 MiLB teams in the history of MiLB baseball. Their #30 on that list to be exact. You can see from the official scorecard below that the Kernels (while affiliated with the Indians) implored a cornhusk type logo.

Greetings From Michigan
02/25/2016
Lancaster JetHawks Star Wars Day

Good vs. Evil. Dark vs. Light. The Red LightSaber vs. The Blue Light Saber. The Empire against the Rebellion. These are the important things in life. Just as the KZoo Growlers are including their fans into a theme day, the Lancaster JetHawks are as well bringing in their fans, to see which Jersey they should...

Greetings From Michigan
02/24/2016
PCL Portland Beavers

On Twitter yesterday, there was Discussion between Graham Womack and Ace of MLB Stats about the Pacific Coast League (of course I interjected tidbits), this discussion came started with Johnny Frederick who played for the Portland Beavers from 1936-1940. https://twitter.com/grahamdude/status/701967635357892608 I managed to find the logo and uniform from the last year that Frederick played...

Greetings From Michigan
02/23/2016
Frederick Keys Rugrats Jersey

Many people have argued and continue to argue that baseball needs a way to draw in the millennials and younger generations. I present exhibit A as evidence that baseball is finding ways to draw in the younger crowd. This is the Frederick Keys Rugrats Jersey, and that is a show that millennials (myself included) grew up...

Greetings From Michigan
02/22/2016
1933 Columbus RedBirds

The one constant throughout all the years Ray has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers, it has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But, baseball has marked the time. -Terrance Mann, Field of Dreams I think the first time I ever watched Field of Dreams was when...

Greetings From Michigan
02/19/2016
Flint Arrows 1941

Flint, Michigan is a place that many people generally don't associate as having a strong baseball history. However, there was once a point in time when Flint was once a big hub for minor league teams. According to baseball-reference.com, there were six different minor league teams in Flint from 1889-1951(the Flint Flyers 1889-1890, Flint Vehicles...

Greetings From Michigan
02/18/2016
Chicago American Giants 1927 Ballcap

This post is something a little different from the overall theme of the blog. Generally, I stick to MiLB caps/jerseys/logos but its Black History Month so for this post I'm going to focus on a Negro League Cap. Like many things in American history, Major League Baseball has its blemishes.

Greetings From Michigan
02/18/2016
Toledo Mud Hens Ghostbusters Jersey

There has only been one unique MiLB jersey I've ever seen in action. Seeing that jersey has what started a journey that led me to start this blog. Specifically, it is the GhostBusters Jersey from the Toledo Mud Huns I went to school just down the road from Toledo, Ohio (where the Mud Hens play...

Greetings From Michigan
02/15/2016
Rochester Red Wings: 1901 Uniform

Minor League baseball is rich and full in history, for every exciting game in the Majors you can find an equally exciting one in the minors. The one major difference between the majors and the minors is the turnover between teams. Think about the number of MLB teams that have turned over in the last...

Greetings From Michigan
02/12/2016
Shriner's Hospital Create-A-Jersey

The one thing I have always loved about MiLB at least in the last three years or so when I started noticing that MiLB teams has been incorporating unique jerseys into theme days. It's just cool to me, to see something different from the everyday jersey that teams generally wear.

Greetings From Michigan
02/09/2016
Oakland Oaks Cap

I started this blog for two reasons. First, I find MiLB to be way more interesting (not from a playing performance level) than MLB-how many MLB teams have you seen wear a Rugrats Jersey? Yeah, me neither. Secondly, the history of the teams fascinates me, not to mention you have tons of guys out there...

Greetings From Michigan
02/09/2016
Columbia Fireflies: Looking Back

Soda City's minor league team the Columbia Fireflies unveiled their jerseys last month. The fireflies are paying homage to the team's name, which was chosen via a "Name the Team" contest that featured 2,300+ submissions and then voted on, ultimately coming to the fireflies. (thestate.com) (MiLB.com) A Class Single A-Affiliate of the New York Mets,...

Greetings From Michigan
02/08/2016
State College Spikes: Fresh Prince Jersey

If there ever was a jersey that inspired nostalgia in me it would be this one from the State College Spikes: Paying homage to the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, one of the few shows I followed religiously while growing up as a kid. The show was my favorites and I felt a connection to...

Greetings From Michigan
02/07/2016
Potomac Nationals: Lando Calrissian Jersey

Star Wars Day is becoming a staple throughout MiLB, just about every team in MiLB has held a Star Wars Day by now. But, out all the uniforms, one stands out above the rest and that is Washington Nationals Class-A Advanced Affiliate Potomac Nationals. This past June they paid homage to Lando Calrissian and the...

Greetings From Michigan
02/05/2016
Great Lakes Loons throughout their history

Update: Here is the new look for the Loons as provided by MiLB.com This weekend the Great Lakes Loons are hosting their 10th annual kickoff event and part of the inaugural event will included an updated logo and updated uniform. Since the team came to Midland, MI in 2007 they have been a Single-A affiliate...

Greetings From Michigan
06/04/2016
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Star Wars Night

Another cool Star Wars Night Jersey, this time from the Midwest League Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. https://twitter.com/OT_Sports_Unis/status/739076794389794816 An awesome R2-D2 Jersey that they'll be wearing tonight. Star Wars night is by far the most common themed night for MiLB teams without a doubt. But, it's a themed night that is impossible to get sick of.

Greetings From Michigan
05/31/2016
Kane County Cougars Hump Day Jerseys

Tomorrow is Hump Day! //giphy.com/embed/OfAkIgpi6JlrG So naturally there is a MiLB tomorrow sporting a Hump Day Camel Jersey, Presenting, the Kane County Cougars Hump Day Camel Jersey. https://twitter.com/OT_Sports_Unis/status/737697990014537728 Those are some seriously cool jerseys if you ask me. Another pop culture phenomenon tied into MiLB, aptly enough giving major league fun in the minors.

Greetings From Michigan
05/27/2016
Norfolk Tides Minion Jerseys

In the latest cartoon/MiLB crossover, the Norfolk Tides are having a Minion Jersey Night, a fresh and fun theme for kids of all ages(and adults). Per the Norfolk Tides Facebook Page, the Tides will auction off the jerseys during the game via a silent auction with the proceeds benefiting the United Way of South Hampton....

Greetings From Michigan
05/24/2016
Pensacola Blue Wahoos Mullet Jersey

This Thursday the Pensacola Blue Wahoos are making Kenny Powers happy with their What If Night and a Mullet Hall of Fame to compliment it. With summer practically here, the BlueWahoos are ringing in the beautiful weather with something truly unique. There are some many different MiLB themed nights.

Greetings From Michigan
05/19/2016
El Paso Chihuahuas Kiss Night

The hardest rocking jersey in all of the MiLB comes straight out of El Paso, Texas as the El Paso Chihuahuas will be wearing the Kiss Jersey below this weekend. https://twitter.com/epchihuahuas/status/733399929834496001 Now that's cool. Despite the recurrence of Star Wars Night (don't get me wrong I think Star Wars Night is cool), it's neat to see...

Greetings From Michigan
01/28/2016
Fireflies reveal glowing jerseys

Wednesday, the Columbia FireFlies unveiled their uniforms for their upcoming inaugural season in Columbia, SC. The fireflies are the Mets' Class-A Affiliate, replacing the Savannah Sand Gnats (who have relocated to Columbia, if you didn't know). As soon as they were unveiled everyone across the internet was quick to bask in their awe, as parts...

Brewers

Reviewing the Brew
08/03/2016
Orlanda Arcia Makes His Debut As The Milwaukee Brewers Win

Box Score - Milwaukee Brewers 3, San Diego Padres 2 On his performance, Orlando Arcia had this to say "I didn't hit very well, but I was able to play good defense and we were able to get the win. It always feels good to win," he said.

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08/11/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Thornburg Has The Stuff

Yesterday was a tough day for former Cream City Crusher Carlos Gomez and Prince Fielder. Gomez was DFA'd by the Houston Astros and Fielder was forced to leave the game of baseball due to multiple neck injuries. Don't expect Gomez back with the Milwaukee Brewers anytime soon, though.

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08/10/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Prince's Career Is Ending

He was a fan favorite amongst many of the Milwaukee Brewers, having more than one memorable moment with the team. You can also see ten of his most memorable GIFs over at MLB's Cut Four. To no surprise, Bob Uecker had only nothing but kind words to say about Prince and his expected retirement.

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08/09/2016
Ex-Brewer Prince Fielder likely to retire, per report

Former Milwaukee Brewer first baseman Prince Fielder is likely to retire from baseball in a press conference with the Texas Rangers on Wednesday. This is a report according to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal. Sources: Prince Fielder's career appears over. #Rangers expected to hold press conference tomorrow.

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08/09/2016
The Changes of Milwaukee Brewers Taylor Jungmann

Getting out of Colorado Springs and going to Biloxi has allowed Taylor Jungmann to reboot: last 3 Gs, 0.44 ERA with 6 BBs, 19 K in 20.1 IP. - Tom (@Haudricourt) August 8, 2016 The stat line of Colorado Springs didn't look much different from the Milwaukee Brewers, posting a 9.87 ERA in his first 8 AAA starts.

Reviewing the Brew
08/08/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Junior Guerra To DL

Prospect Clint Coulter also set a Biloxi Shuckers club record, in his first start with the team. You can also see how the other prospects fared yesterday over at Miller Park Prospects. As well as their most recent prospect rankings.

Reviewing the Brew
08/08/2016
Big Wily Is Returning To the Milwaukee Brewers

Wily Peralta is taking Junior Guerra's spot in the rotation after Guerra developed a sore elbow following last start. DL candidate. - Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) August 8, 2016 RHP Wily Peralta will start for RHP Junior Guerra (elbow) on Tuesday vs. Atlanta.

Reviewing the Brew
08/07/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Brew Crew of The Future

There's also the newest prospect, Lewis Brinson, who has been red hot since making his debut in AAA Colorado Springs. He's not the only new prospect which the team has acquired in the last week. As always, you can see how all the prospects faired over at Miller Park Prospects.

Reviewing the Brew
08/06/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Top 10 Prospects Post Trade Deadline

1 - Orlando Arcia (Milwaukee Brewers) / Preseason Rank: 1 To no surprise, Arcia is still the Milwaukee Brewers top prospect, and after spending most of the season with AAA Colorado Springs was called up to get some exposure in the majors.

Reviewing the Brew
08/06/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Prospects: Lewis Brinson

Brinson was acquired at the trade deadline, and in his debut with AAA Colorado Springs Brinson went 4-for-4, followed by a grand slam in his second game with the SkySox. In general, Brinson was having a down year in the Rangers farm system, at least compared to the explosion 2015 he had with AAA Round Rock.

Reviewing the Brew
08/06/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Arcia's Time Has Arrived

It's been an eventful month for the Milwaukee Brewers, including plenty of acquisitions via the trade deadline, and BP Milwaukee has a full rundown of everything which happened. The trade deadline has resulted in plenty of positive ROI's for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Reviewing the Brew
08/06/2016
Orlando Arcia Gets First MLB Hit as the Milwaukee Brewers Fall

Box Score - Arizona Diamondbacks 3, Milwaukee Brewers It was just Arcia's third major league game and his eighth at-bat in the big leagues. On finally getting his first career hit with the MilwuakMilwaukees the prospect had this to say: "I'm very happy," Arcia said. "I finally got what I wanted, that first hit.

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08/04/2016
San Diego Padres Take Two Against the Milwaukee Brewers

Box Score, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers 3 Despite homers from Chris Carter and Hernan Perez, the Milwaukee Brewers fell to the San Diego Padres in the series opener at Petco Park. Carter now leads the Milwaukee Brewers in home runs (25).

Reviewing the Brew
08/04/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Farm System #1

Of course, Todd Rosiak has a full report card of the Milwaukee Brewers system over the last week, which you can read over at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Miller Park Prospects has their daily rundown of what happened yesterday throughout the Milwaukee Brewers organization. Not everyone in the farm system has been doing well.

Reviewing the Brew
08/03/2016
The Milwaukee Brewers Now Have The Best Farm System

The major league debut of Orlando Arcia, the trade for the Rangers and Giants top prospects that sent away Jeremy Jeffress, Jonathan Lucroy, and Will Smith. It's been a whirlwind of a week for Milwaukee Brewers fans. The cherry on the top of the sundae was MLB.com putting the farm system as the best in all of baseball.

Reviewing the Brew
08/03/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Post Trade Deadline Reaction

The trade deadline started off with it looking like Jonathan Lucroy was heading to the Tribe for plenty of prospects. Lucroy just needed to waive his no-trade clause, and he would be packing his bags. By the next morning, however, he had vetoed the trade and was staying with the Milwaukee Brewers for the time being.

Reviewing the Brew
08/01/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Trade Deadline Transactions

July 7 - Acquired RHP Aaron Wilkerson and 2B Wendell Rijo from the Boston Red Sox in exchange Aaron Hill and cash. In Wilkerson, the Milwaukee Brewers get a 27-year old pitcher who set a NAIA record for consecutive scoreless innings (54) back in 2011.

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08/01/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Lucroy Vetoes Trade

"Certainly, if we were at the point where we were strongly considering pursuing a deal, we were pleased with the return," Stearns told reporters, according to MLB.com. "But Jonathan's a very good player, as well, and if he's on our team going forward, we'll be happy to have him."

Reviewing the Brew
07/31/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Reportedly Acquire Plenty of Prospects for Jonathan Lucroy

The prospects from the Indians in return for Jonathan Lucroy include Fransisco Mejia, Mejia the well-regarded young catcher is the deal, going to brewers - Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) July 31, 2016 As of two days ago, Mejia had a MiLB-best 40-game hit streak with the Columbus Clippers.

Reviewing the Brew
07/26/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Garza Looking to Snap Skid

In the win last night, Andy Wilkins hit his first MLB dinger, as the Milwaukee Brewers crushed four in all to take the game last night. The longball helped the Milwaukee Brewers en route to the first victory of the series.

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07/25/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Mets, Tigers and Jonathan Lucroy

The Mets reportedly offered a straight catcher for catcher trade to the Milwaukee Brewers. Reportedly, the Milwaukee Brewers turned it down citing the need for a "blue chip prospect" in addition to any trade. Is there any team that would go after the reported high price that the Milwaukee Brewers have put on Lucroy?

Reviewing the Brew
07/24/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Trade Deadline Looms

Another player that has frequently come up in the trade rumors has been reliever Jeremy Jeffress, who has been posting a lower strikeout rate as BP Milwaukee took a deeper look at his strikeout rate. The team is also looking to sell Jonathan Lucroy, but at a very high premium.

Reviewing the Brew
07/21/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Jeffress or Smith to SF?

As Henry Schulman of the SF Chronicle reports, the Milwaukee Brewers have been scouting a couple of pitching prospects in the Giants Farm system. #brewers could be a match for #sfgiants in bullpen search. They've been scouting Sacto and thought to like SP Adelberto Mejia.

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07/20/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Around The Organizaton

Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a similar outlook, except on a weekly level and just for the Milwaukee Brewers farm system. Miller Park Prospects also has a full roundup of everything that happened throughout the organization yesterday. The 2016 draft class is already making waves throughout the Milwaukee Brewers farm system.

Reviewing the Brew
07/19/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: The Brew Crew Is Meh

The Milwaukee Brewers come in at 24 in ESPN's Power Ranking and Gabe Stolz of Disciples of Uecker has a full rundown of the ratings from ESPN. Junior Guerra is on the mound tonight, in a rookie showdown against the Pirates Jameson Taillon, Cody Pace of MLB.com has a full preview.

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07/18/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Minor League Edition

It only took 17 starts (combined between MLB and MiLB), but Taylor Jungmann final had a quality start, allowing just one error and striking out five over six innings. Cody Ponce also had a strong week last week for Brevard County. Miller Park Prospects has a full rundown of all that happened yesterday around the Milwaukee Brewers' organization.

Reviewing the Brew
07/15/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: In Stearns We Believe

Baseball is back tonight, with Matt Garza taking the mound for the Milwaukee Brewers as they face off against Anthony Desclafani and the Reds. Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has the good, the bad and the ugly that could happen over the second half from the Milwaukee Brewers.

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06/21/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Jimmy Nelson's Struggles Deceive

Since returning to the Milwaukee Brewers Matt Garza has shown promise putting in two quality starts. Jack Moore of BP Milwaukee explores the possibility that Garza will pitch his way out of the Milwaukee Brewers rebuild. Which, in money terms is quite pricey.

Reviewing the Brew
06/15/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Matt Garza Makes His Return

Garza is sure to have a wild season for the Milwaukee Brewers, in a season that is certainly important for the starting pitchers future. It's also a return that is heavily important for him and the Milwaukee Brewers. It's also possible that Garza solidifies the Milwaukee Brewers starting rotation.

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06/13/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Braun to The Giants?

The #SFGiants are looking everywhere for another OF, and have had preliminary talks with #Brewers about Ryan Braun, but nothing imminent. - Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) June 13, 2016 It's well known that Braun has been a hot name out there on the trading block, whether or not he will get moved is still up in the air.

Reviewing the Brew
06/12/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Wily Peralta Optioned To Colorado Springs

The move was made as Matt Garza was activated from the 60-day DL and is scheduled to his season debut Tuesday against the Giants. Peralta had been struggling, posting a 6.68 ERA in 66 innings of work, posting just 42 strikeouts and 27 walks. His K/BB ratio sits at a dismal 1.56.

Reviewing the Brew
06/10/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: The MLB Draft is Underway

He's also the first Chicago prospect to be a top ten draft pick since 1989. The Milwaukee Brewers also took a third baseman in the second round. All in all, they had three selections on the first day of the draft.

Reviewing the Brew
06/09/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Jonathan Lucroy Is Back

Our own Ace Schneider has a look at just how well Jonathan Lucroy has been painting the strike zone. With Lucroy likely to be traded this season, Milwaukee Park Prospects takes a look at potential draft picks at the catching position to help give depth there for the Brewers.

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05/22/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Latest Signing Shows Their Faith In Anayltics

Both GM David Stearns and Skipper Craig Counsell have openly admitted to being analytically minded in their journey to rebuilding the Milwaukee Brewers. There's already evidence to support a focus to analytics in the Milwaukee Brewers plate discipline and how they're handling defensive shifts.

Reviewing the Brew
06/08/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: MLB Draft Starts Tomorrow

Our own Ace Schneider also has a look at who the Brewers could draft. Kyle L of BCB also has some potential picks the Brew Crew could make in the draft, including a left handed and right handed pitcher.

Reviewing the Brew
06/07/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Tyler Thornburg Sets a Franchise Record

Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com looks at whether the Milwaukee Brewers are close to trading stars Jonathan Lucroy and Ryan Braun away as we start to approach the MLB draft this week. Braun is also looking for hit number 1500 as the Brew Crew takes on former members Khris Davis and John Axford, as Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

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06/06/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Peralta Continues To Struggle

The starting pitcher was roughed up as the Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Phillies 8-1, bringing Wily to 3-7 on the year with a 6.79 ERA. He has the worst ERA among qualified starting pitchers, the pitcher with the second worst ERA; Anibal Sanchez has already lost his starting role.

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06/05/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: What's Going On Wily Peralta?

Wily Peralta struggled in the 8-1 loss today to the Phillies, and Adam McCalvy reported that the Milwaukee Brewers plan to keep him in the starting rotation. Here are the tweets regarding that. Brewers plan to proceed with Wily Peralta in the rotation, Counsell said. Manager's, player's takes forthcoming on the site.

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06/05/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Prospects Shining Bright In Rebuild

Of course having some of your player's homer in the game helps as well, especially when the other team can't get their bats going. Jonathan Villar has been getting plenty of praise as well from more than just Milwaukee Brewers writers and fans.

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06/04/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Broxton Back to Triple-A

In his return from the DL Santana had a strong outing, Santana commented after the game saying "I had a pretty good idea, once I left Milwaukee, that I was 100 percent." Despite Jonathan Villar being red-hot as of late, it wasn't enough for the Milwaukee Brewers last night.

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06/03/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Villar Has A Big Week

Chris Carter homered as well in the Milwaukee Brewers win yesterday; Chase Anderson also gave the Milwaukee Brewers another strong start. He's not the only prospect doing well for the Milwaukee Brewers. Devin Williams was another prospect, who had a big day in the minor leagues yesterday.

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06/02/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Zach Davies Pitches A Gem

Jimmy Nelson flirted with a no-no not too long ago, but Davies arguably now has the best start for the Milwaukee Brewers as he struck out nine including the Cardinal's side the bottom of the eighth, and was given a standing ovation as he left the mound.

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06/02/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Zach Davies Pitches A Gem

Jimmy Nelson flirted with a no-no not too long ago, but Davies arguably now has the best start for the Milwaukee Brewers as he struck out nine including the Cardinal's side the bottom of the eighth, and was given a standing ovation as he left the mound.

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06/02/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Zach Davies Pitches A Gem

Jimmy Nelson flirted with a no-no not too long ago, but Davies arguably now has the best start for the Milwaukee Brewers as he struck out nine including the Cardinal's side the bottom of the eighth, and was given a standing ovation as he left the mound.

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06/01/2016
It's Time To Buy Into The Milwaukee Brewers Trading Ryan Braun

The rumors even say that a deal shipping Braun to the Red Sox is close to being finalized. #RedSox among potential buyers for OF Ryan Braun whose a hot name on trade market per @nickcafardo. Slashing .351/.424/.583 9 HRs 30 RBIs.

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05/28/2016
The Milwaukee Brewers Starting Rotation, Looks More Like A Rotation

Before May 10th, there wasn't a worse starting rotation in Major League Baseball than the Milwaukee Brewers. All you had to do was look at the numbers and look at Twitter. There were those who questioned why Wily Peralta was still in the starting rotation.

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05/31/2016
What's Wrong with Milwaukee Brewers Prospect Jorge Lopez?

You can run down the reasons of things that can explain his 6.25 ERA and 1.98 WHIP. You can also find a list of reasons why he has 31 walks so far. You could still find reasons for there to be nothing wrong at all.

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05/15/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Twitter Is As Bad as Wily's Pitching

Apparently, there's no baseball happening in the middle of May as Today's Knuckleball took it upon themselves to rank the Twitter account of every major league baseball team. And they put the Milwaukee Brewers Twitter at 29, right ahead of the Houston Astros.

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05/14/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Prospect Josh Hader Has A Consistency Problem

There's no doubt that Milwaukee Brewers Prospect Josh Hader has stuff. His primary pitch is his fastball that sits in the mid-90s and has been clocked as high as 98 MPH. His slider has been thrown with success to both lefties and righties.

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05/09/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Aaron Hill Helping Through Their Rebuild

Hill was brought to Milwaukee in part of the trade which sent Jean Segura to the Diamondbacks. In that time, Hill has provided veteran mentorship to the younger players on the roster but has struggled defensively.

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05/08/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Add Left Handed Reliever To Their Roster

Interestingly enough Kirkman spent most of the last season with the Brewers AAA affiliate Colorado Springs Sky Sox but was never called up to play at Miller Park. Last year, Kirkman posted a 2.81 ERA across 32 innings in the hitter-friendly environment of Colorado Springs.

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04/25/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Blaine Boyer Providing Solid Work

Blain Boyer recently made national headlines when it was revealed he went to Asia in an undercover sting to save sex slaves with Adam LaRoche. What not making national headlines, though, is that he has been quietly providing solid work in middle relief for the Milwaukee Brewers.

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04/24/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Avoid Sweep With Win in Series Finale

The Phillies came out early looking to put the dagger in the series scoring a run off of Wily Peralta in the second and third innings. Peralta looked better than before, but still put up shaky numbers on the day. The Milwaukee Brewers weren't going to go up without a fight, though.

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04/24/2016
Game Chat: Milwaukee Brewers vs Philadelphia Phillies 4-24

The game is slated to start at 1:10, you can watch it on FSWI or listen to it on 62o. Wily Peralta is taking the mound today as the Milwaukee Brewers are taking on the Philadelphia Phillies. Peralta looks to get back on track and get his first win of the season.

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04/23/2016
Milwaukee Brewers vs Philadelphia Phillies Live Thread 4-23

Fortunately for the Brewers, Charlie Morton hasn't been able to figure them out as Milwaukee Brewers hitters have a combined .880 OPS against Morton in 15 matchups. In the 15 times Morton has faced the Milwaukee Brewers (with the Pirates) he has gone 4-7 with a 4.17 ERA.

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04/22/2016
Milwaukee Brewers and Philadelphia Phillies Live Thread 4-22

You can watch the Milwaukee Brewers on FSWI or listen to them on 620 AM as Zach Davies (0-1 19.29 ERA) takes the mound against Aaron Nola (0-2 5.68 ERA). The game starts at 7:10 CT. Both Nola and Davies look to rebound from terrible debuts.

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04/21/2016
Milwaukee Brewers and Minnesota Twins 4-21 Live Thread

The Milwaukee Brewers and the Minnesota Twins battle for the border continues in Miller Park as the Milwaukee Brewers look to continue from their hot hitting streak which gave them the victory last night. The Milwaukee Brewers are 7-8, and the Twins are 4-11 with Taylor Jungmann squaring off against Ricky Nolasco.

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04/26/2016
Game Chat: Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs 4-26

You can watch the game on Fox Sports Wisconsin or you can listen to the game on the Milwaukee Brewers Radio Network 620 WTMJ AM. Here's the lineup for tonight's game against the Chicago Cubs Here's tonight's lineup for game 1 of #MILatCHC.

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04/20/2016
Milwaukee Brewers and Minnesota Twins Live Thread

The Milwaukee Brewers and the Minnesota Twins are taking each other on as we speak, and we are going to be doing a live thread for each and every Milwaukee Brewers game that takes place. The Milwaukee Brewers are 6-8, and the Twins are 4-10 with Jimmy Nelson on the mound squaring off against Tommy Milone.

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04/16/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Reed Starts In Center Field In Colorado Springs

As Keon Broxton continues to struggle at the plate (he hasn't got a single hit this season), there are many who have started the bandwagon to bring red-hot Michael Reed up from Colorado Springs and send Broxton down to Colorado Springs.

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04/16/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Reed Starts In Center Field In Colorado Springs

As Keon Broxton continues to struggle at the plate (he hasn't got a single hit this season), there are many who have started the bandwagon to bring red-hot Michael Reed up from Colorado Springs and send Broxton down to Colorado Springs.

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04/10/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Sky Sox Leaving Colorado Springs

The Milwaukee Brewers Triple-A Affiliate has had well-known problems in Colorado Springs. Most notably, the failed attempts to replace and old and deteriorating stadium. The group which owns the Sky Sox has confirmed that they plan to relocate the team to Texas within the next three years, specifically to San Antonio.

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04/10/2016
Wily Peralta Struggles, But Should Two Outings Matter?

It seems that we shouldn't be, even if there's cause for concern, the boos he met on Saturday are a far overreaction at this point. In two outings Wily Peralta has struggled, to say the least.

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04/07/2016
Brewers Top Giants For First Win

The Brewers got their first victory of the season behind strong performances from Chris Carter and Taylor Jungmann as the Brewers topped the Giants 4-3. It looked like the Brewers were going to be swept by the Giants to start the season, but Chris Carter and Taylor Jungmann provided solid performances to help the Brewers pull out a victory over the Giants.

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04/06/2016
Brewers acquire LHP Sam Freeman

Needing to fill their depleted bullpen the Brewers traded cash to the Rangers for LHP Sam Freeman last night as Slingin' Dave made more moves in the rebuilding process. Ariel Pena's struggles in Monday's opener were enough to have him sent down when the Brewers acquired Sam Freeman from the Rangers yesterday.

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04/03/2016
Opening Day Preview

Baseball is finally back! There are three games tonight and the Brewers are playing their home opener tomorrow! It's the best time of the year, so here's an Opening Day Preview from RtB.

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05/19/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Chase Anderson Flirting With The No-No

Chase Anderson took a no-hitter into the eighth inning in the Milwaukee Brewers game against the Cubs on Tuesday, a feat which baffled some considering Anderson entered the game with a 6.11 ERA. It was the best start by a pitcher so far this season and the best outing for the Milwaukee Brewers pitcher this season.

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05/15/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Wily Peralta's Reckless Pitching

Among active roster starters with at least 140 IP going back to last season, Wily Peralta has the second-worst ERA at 5.42. Second to Matt Garza, who the Milwaukee Brewers currently have on the DL. This season isn't much better, among starters with at least 30 IP Peralta has the second-worst ERA as well, sitting at 7.30 behind the Giants Jake Peavy.

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05/19/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Tyler Thornburg Putting Injuries Behind Him

While there's be a talk of Wily Peralta's struggling, the offense hasn't been that great either for the Milwaukee Brewers. Through it all, though, reliever Tyler Thornburg has quietly been making a case for why he deserves to be on the roster. A case, in what has been called a make or break year for him.

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05/15/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Jonathan Villar Caught Stealing

Villar was eventually ruled out for that play, and Milwaukee Brewers Twitter wasn't happy, to say the least. Well, me being me, I thought that the whole sentiment was being blown out of proportion. After all, off the top of my head, I could only think of one other time where Villar was caught stealing.

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03/02/2016
Brewers 2016: Martin Maldonado

Craig Counsell has already confirmed that Martin Maldonado will be Lucroy's backup for a fifth straight year. Last year Maldonado found himself in unfamiliar territory as Lucroy spent a good chunk of the season giving Maldonado more playing time than he had seen in past years.

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04/02/2016
RtB Bold Predictions-The Pitchers

With Opening Day almost here the writers at RtB have come together to do a two-part bold prediction piece for the upcoming season. Today, part two of the series, RtB Bold Predictions-The Pitchers. Steven Jewell Jimmy Nelson figures out lefties, becomes clear front-man of Brewers rotation going forward.

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03/28/2016
Brewers Roster Is One Step Closer

We're just seven days away from the season starting and the Brewers roster is one step closer to finalizing their roster for the season. We can all get a little bit more excited! The Brewers made another round of cuts today, electing to let LHP Morales go.

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03/26/2016
RtB Bold Predictions

With Opening Day almost here the writers at RtB have come together to do a two-part bold prediction piece for the upcoming season. Part 1 the position players for the Brewers. Ace Schneider It's difficult to choose a "bold prediction" this year as most often there are a few players that are obvious choices that one can say they'll have an up or down year.

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03/24/2016
SI Preview of Brewers Yields Little Surprises

Sports Illustrated is doing a season preview of each team in Major League Baseball, and their outlook on the Brewers season isn't all that surprising. On Monday SI released their outlook on how the Brewers will do this upcoming season, and it's as gloomy as you'd expect it to be.

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03/23/2016
Jungmann Gives Up Three Homers in Loss

In just 4 1/3 innings of work, Taylor Jungmann managed to give up three home runs along with six hits, six runs along with two walks and three strikeouts. Afterwards, Jungmann commented "Didn't get a whole lot of anything accomplished today," he said.

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03/22/2016
Brewers Split Between Angels And Diamondbacks

Yesterday the Brewers played two ST games splitting their games between the Angels and the Diamondbacks, going 1-1 in a rare day/night doubleheader in Spring Training The Brewers capped off a long day of baseball with an unfortunate loss to the Diamondbacks, losing 3-2 after Nick Ahmed hit a two-out RBI single in the bottom of the ninth.

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03/20/2016
Brewers Make Their Second Round of Roster Cuts

With Opening Day getting closer each day, the Brewers made their second round of roster cuts over the weekend, getting a step closer to the final 40-man roster. The Brewers made their second round of roster cuts over the weekend, announcing the cuts via Twitter.

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03/20/2016
Tuesday Marks the first MLB Game in Cuba since 1999

It seems that baseball and politics are intersecting more and more each season. Such is the case this Tuesday when the Rays play the first exhibition game in Cuba since the Orioles played there in 1999. The last time an MLB team played in Cuba back, the Cuban team put up a good fight but ultimately lost.

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03/18/2016
Scooter Gennett Makes Strong Debut

Scooter Gennett makes a strong debut in spring training as he didn't let an ailing shoulder injury stop him from making a strong Spring Training Debut as the Brewers cruised to a victory last night against the Rangers, Scooter Gennett made the most of his Spring Training Debut last night, even in the DH role.

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03/14/2016
Kirk Nieuwenhuis put Milwaukee up Early in Game 12 of ST

Kirk Nieuwenhuis put Milwaukee up Early in Game 12 of ST as he jump-started the first with a two-out two-run homer, as the Brewers beat the Indians 5-4 in yesterday's spring training game. The Indians responded immediately though with back-to-back home runs from Mike Napoli and Yan Gomes, putting Cleveland up 4-2 early.

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03/11/2016
Reversal Of Fortunes Continues to Elude Brewers

Yesterday the Brewers were looking to turn around their recent losing streak, but a reversal of fortunes continues to elude the Brewers The Brewers continued their losing ways in spring training losing this time to the Giants, 3-1 yesterday afternoon. The Brewers loss improves them to 0-0 on the season and keeps their World Series hopes alive.

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03/17/2016
Ryan Braun Spring Training Debut Guides Brewers Past White Sox

Ryan Braun's Spring Training debut was delayed due to setbacks from his back injury but he showed no signs of being held back by the injury in his Spring Training debut yesterday as the Brewers cruised past the White Sox. Ryan Braun's spring training day debut helped the Brewers cruise past the White Sox 5-2.

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03/09/2016
Brewers 2016 Chris Capuano

In the latest installment of Brewers 2016, Chris Capuano. Capuano, who won 18 games with the Brewers in 2005 and over the course of five years with the Brew Crew, posted a 4.34 ERA while going 44-48. Brewers 2016 Chris Capuano looks to see the impact Capuano can make with the Brewers and whether he can make the 40-man roster.

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03/09/2016
Michael Blazek Keeps Cool in Game 8 of the Cactus League

Last August the Brewers shut down relief pitcher Michael Blazek after he broke a bone in his pitching hand. Last Saturday saw the return of Blazek to the Brewers where it was quite obvious he had jitters. Blazek faced four batters in which Blazek allowed three hits and walked one.

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03/01/2016
Brewers 2016: Domingo Santana

With the trade that sent Khris Davis to Oakland as well as Ryan Braun moving back to right field, Domingo Santana is going to get plenty of chances in 2016 to show that he can become a daily outfielder in the major leagues.

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03/08/2016
Brewers Pitching Staff Allows 18 Runs Over Two Games

Brewers v. Padres 3/7/2016 Monday saw the Brewers lose 8-2 against the Padres in an offensively quiet game while running into four outs within the first three. The Brewers lost their first Spring Training game falling to 0-0 on the season while keeping their World Series hopes alive.

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03/07/2016
Brewers Prospects: Brewers Top KATOH Projections

Chris Mitchell released an in-depth KATOH analysis of the Brewers prospects over at FanGraphs today. Mitchell noted that the Brewers farm system topped his KATOH projections, "largely due to their recent rebuilding efforts.". Mitchell grouped the prospects into three groups. 1. "those who are forecast for two or more wins through their first six major-league seasons" (WAR), 2.

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03/06/2016
By the Numbers: Brewers Spring Training Game 5

Matt Garza made his much-anticipated return to the diamond today against the Cleveland Indians. In the leadoff position, Jason Kipnis smoked a ball straight into Garza's shin, but Garza was able to overcome. Overall Garza gave up just one home run in 1 2/3 innings (giving that up to Collin Cowgill), walked two and struck out two before reaching his pitch limit.

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03/06/2016
Brewers 2016: Will Middlebrooks

While Aaron Hill is the as the regular third baseman for the Brewers as of now, Will Middlebrooks looks to show that he is worthy of being the starter at third base. Having played there with the Red Sox Middlebrooks debuted in 2012 with Boston batting .288 with 15 home runs and 54 RBIs.

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03/05/2016
Brewers Sign LHP Franklin Morales to a MiLB Deal

The Brewers have added another LHP to the bullpen yesterday afternoon signing Franklin Morales to a MiLB deal with an invite to spring training FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal. Sources: Free-agent left-hander Franklin Morales heading to #Brewers on minor-league deal with invitation to major-league spring training.

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03/04/2016
Brewers 2016: Jonathan Villar

Until Orlando Arcia has his day, Jonathan Villar is the Brewers shortstop. Before Villar came to the Brewers, he played shortstop in Houston called up Carlos Correa. Villar finds himself in a similarly scary situation with the Brewers. Villar finds himself in a rebuilding Milwaukee where he will get plenty of playing time at shortstop.

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03/04/2016
The Conundrum of Hank the Dog and HankGate

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past week, then you are well aware of the joke turned wildfire presented by Brew Crew Ball's Travis Sarandos. A seemingly harmless joke transformed into a post became something more than Sarandos intended. He took an online conspiracy about Hank the Dog and turned it into HankGate.

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02/19/2016
Looking at the Brewers Non-Roster Invitees

There are 18 non-roster players heading into spring break, some of which are trying to get into the big leagues for the first time while others are veterans looking to continue their careers. But, which ones are going to make it and which ones are going to go home without a job?

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02/24/2016
Brewers 2016: Scooter Gennett

Adam McCalvy of MLB.com recently reported that Counsell confirmed that Aaron Hill is slated to be the starting third baseman for the Brewers, which will give Scooter Gennett plenty of playing time at second base. Gennett managed to rebound last season after being sent down to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

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03/03/2016
Brewers 2016: Chris Carter

Going into the New Year, the Brewers had a void at first base that needed filling. Both Adam Lind and Jason Rogers were shipped off to the Mariners and Pirates respectively. They signed Chris Carter, and that void disappeared. Carter, who is 29, signed a one-year deal worth $2.5 million with the Brewers on January 9th.

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02/26/2016
Conversations of Our Past Time: Stories of Baseball

Conversations of Our PastTime is an interview series in which I ask former MLB players about their playing days and the things that molded their career and the life after their career. Today: Mike Marshall, the screwball pitcher who won the Cy Young in 1974 as a relief pitcher who believes that his techniques could eradicate the injuries that plague pitchers.

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02/29/2016
Brewers 2016: Taylor Jungmann

Taylor Jungmann had a strong performance in his rookie campaign that saw Jungmann sputter to finish out the season. Jungmann was a first-round draft in 2011 and joined the Brewers last season after spending time with the Triple-A Nashville Sounders of the Pacific Coast League and his start to the season showed plenty of promise.

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02/14/2016
Brewers 2016: Aaron Hill

2015 saw Aaron Hill post a line of .230/.295/.345 in 353 at-bats while playing a mostly reserve part-time role for the Diamondbacks, a continuation of his recent trend of struggling. With Hill's struggling and younger plays behind him (Hill turns 33 in March) Hill saw his playing time decrease.

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02/15/2016
Today in Brewers History: February 15, 2003

On this day in 2003, the Milwaukee Brewers signed Leo Estrella as a free agent, and if you have no idea who Estrella is or simply have forgotten who he is. That's okay, you're probably not alone. Estrella only played one year for the Brewers, one of three years he played in the majors.

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02/16/2016
Brewers Top KATOH Projections

Chris Mitchell at Fangraphs released his KATOH projection today (he ranks all 30 farm systems) and at the very top, you see the Brewers.Mitchell, himself notes that the Brewers don't even have any competitors. The closest farm system is the Astros who have a KATOH ranking of 77 (whereas the Brewers KATOH ranking is 86).

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02/17/2016
Brewers 2016: Will Smith

Will Smith is the type of reliever that is really only well known in Milwaukee. Outside of that, there aren't many people that truly know just how awesome Will Smith is (I would assume diehard stats gurus know but I'm assuming people who just watch 90 games of their home team), anyway before I digress too much.

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02/19/2016
Brewers Release Pat Misch

It seems Pat Misch's journey to return MLB has ended before it could even start. A day after pitchers and catchers reported to Arizona for Spring Training the Brewers have released Misch, it should be noted that it was on his own accord as Misch requested a release to pursue an opportunity in Japan with the Orix Buffaloes.

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02/18/2016
Throw Back Thursday: Milwaukee County Stadium

While the Chicago Cubs have always played at Wrigley Field, such is not the case for the Brewers. Most people who come to Reviewing the Brew are old enough that they probably attended a game or two at old Milwaukee County Stadium, home field of the Milwaukee Brewers from 1970 until its final season in 2000.

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02/14/2016
Today in Brewers History: February 14, 1973

It was quite the day in Brewers history in '73 on this date. While it may not seem of significance, after all, they only thing they did was sell Billy Conigliaro to the Oakland Athletics. It's the matter in which they found themselves selling Conigliaro to the A's that is much more interesting.

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02/12/2016
Brewers Trade Rumors: Khris Davis headed to Oakland

Susan Slusser of The SF Chronicle is reporting that Khris Davis is headed to Oakland in a trade. While there has been no official word yet it looks Davis is headed to Oakland and Stearns still isn't done making moves in the rebuild. Davis hit .247/.323/.505 with 27 home runs in 2015.

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02/12/2016
Brewers 2016 : Blaine Boyer on a MiLB deal

The Brewers signed Boyer to a MiLB deal today with an invite to Spring Training earlier today. Boyer, 34, posted a career-best 2.49 ERA last season with the Minnesota Twins. Boyer led the Twins last season with 19 holds and a 1.36 ERA in 36 outings last season.

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02/12/2016
Brewers Prospects: Bubba Derby and Jacob Nottingham

Khris Davis has been sent to Oakland for a pair of prospects C Jacob Nottingham and RHP Bubba Derby. The latest of Stearns move in the rebuilding process for the Brewers. Derby 21 posted a 0.78 ERA in twelve starts for Class A Beloit last season after being promoted from Rookie Ball.

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02/12/2016
Brewers sign RHP Blaine Boyer to MiLB deal with Spring Training Invite

The Milwaukee Brewers signed veteran RHP Blaine Boyer to a MiLB contract on Friday with an invite to spring training. Boyer, who is turning 35 this year, has pitched 9 seasons in the majors with the Braves, Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Mets, Padres, and Twins.

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02/11/2016
The Other Milwaukee Brewers

Before the Brewers played in Miller Park, before they even played in Milwaukee County Stadium, there was another "Milwuakee Brewers" who played their games in Milwaukee. They were a minor league team who played in the American Association from 1902-1952 before they were replaced by the major league Milwaukee Braves.

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02/11/2016
Brewers 2016: Corey Knebel

The latest installment in our 2016 outlook features RHP Corey Knebel, who was acquired by the Brewers from the Rangers. Knebel's rookie campaign featured a 3.25 ERA through August, but it was in September he really started to show promise when his strikeout rate went up and he increased his contract rate as well.

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02/10/2016
Brewers 2016: Wily Peralta

Continuing in our 2016 Outlook Articles today we look at RHP Wily Peralta who was once a shining figure in Milwaukee. In 2014, he was the team's most valuable pitcher posting a 17-11 record with a 3.53 ERA. 2015 wasn't so great for Peralta, partly due to a strained oblique muscle.

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02/09/2016
Brewers Prospects: Isan Diaz

Just a couple weeks ago the Brewers sent Jean Segura and Tyler Wagner to the DiamondBacks for Chase Anderson, Aaron Hill, and a prospect named Isan Diaz. Isan Diaz is 19 and coming off of an impressive season with the Arizona Rookie League affiliate, the Missoula Osprey.

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02/09/2016
Milwaukee Brewers History: Borchert Field

Before the Brewers played their games at Miller Park, they played their games at Milwaukee County Park, but even MCP was preceded by another baseball field in Milwaukee-Borchert Field, which replaced the original Wright Street Grounds.

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02/08/2016
Milwaukee Brewers History: Gerig Field

Much of what we write about here at RtB involves what is currently happening with the Brewers, but with Spring Training fast approaching I thought I'd do an article related to spring training history, specifically Gerig Field in Ocala Florida-which man considered to be minor league gem during its existence, where the minor league Milwaukee Brewers played their games.

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02/08/2016
Brewers Prospects: Hernan Perez

Over the weekend team, Venezuela took second in the Caribbean series with the help of Brewers Prospect Hernan Perez. Perez posted a line of .400/.385/.640/1.025 with 1 homer, 6 RBIs (4 th best in the CWS) and 10 hits in 25 at-bats for Team Venezuela.

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02/07/2016
Brewers Under The Radar Prospects: Demi Orimoloye

There has been much hype surrounding the much improved Brewers Farm System. Going into the 2016 season eyes, for the most part, will be on Orlando Arcia, Jorge Lopez, or Brett Phillips. But one prospect that will fly under the radar for the Brewers is OF Demi Orimoloye (his actual name is a tongue twister-Oluwademilade Oluwadamilola Orimoloye).

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02/07/2016
Brewers 2016: Jonathan Lucroy

All signs point to the front office believing catcher Jonathan Lucroy will be with the Brewers come spring training and he could quietly have a bounce back season amidst the Brewers rebuilding phase. Continuing with our previous season previews ( Matt Garza and Ryan Braun) we are looking today at catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who has been the center of many talks over the winter.

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02/07/2016
Brewers 2016: Fantasy Outlook

The Brewers are rebuilding and it there's little indication that they'll have a playoff run next season, but what does that do for their fantasy implications coming into next season?

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02/07/2016
Milwaukee Brewers 2016: Fantasy Baseball Preview

The 2014 Milwaukee Brewers season was one that started out on a high note. In the first five months they established themselves as a winning, but by the end of it, the Brewers went 9-17 and finished 3 rd in the NL Central.

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02/06/2016
Happy Birthday Babe Ruth

Nearly eighty years after his retirement Babe Ruth still stands as the benchmark for what we consider to be a great baseball player.

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02/05/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Hank Aaron

Brewer legend Hammerin' Hank turns 82 today. He is one of a kind, and that's undeniable, of all the players in MLB history Hank Araron is the only one who is in the top ten of the following categories: runs, hits, doubles, home runs, RBIs, total bases and extra-base hits.

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02/04/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: ICYMI

In case you missed Brewers news and such today: The Brewers have had some ugly caps throughout the years. 60 days until Opening Day and Ace Schneider remembers Todd Coffey. Patience is a virtue, or at least for Brewers fans The Post Crescent gives you all that you need to know.

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02/04/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Caps throughout the Years

The MLB recently released the uniforms teams will be wearing for spring training, and the Brewers by far have the coolest retro look going, but here are Reviewing the Brew we are going to take look at the caps throughout Brewers history and give our input on them.

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02/03/2016
Brewers 2016: Ryan Braun

There was a time when the Brewers had the best offense in all of MLB, when pitchers had to pitch around Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder. That time, unfortunately, hasn't existed for a couple of years now. Last year, the Brewers had one of the worst offenses in the league.

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02/02/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: Countdown To Spring Training

Spring Training Countdown: One Month until Exhibition Games Begin It's February, so it's officially time to start thinking about Spring Training. Pitchers and catchers report later this month, and the Milwaukee Brewers' exhibition games begin exactly one month from today. The one place that'll be chalked full of decisions to make this spring Is Center Field.

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02/02/2016
Embracing the Brewers Rebuild

At Brewers on Deck over the past weekend owner Mark Attanasio expressed that he is embracing the rebuilding process saying "We've seen in the case of Chicago and Houston, it took five years. We're hopeful we can do it quicker but it will be what it'll be.

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02/02/2016
Brewers 2016: Matt Garza

At Brewers on Deck this past Sunday Matt Garza indicated that this year he is pitching only for himself, and I believe him. I also believe two other things 1. He's going to be better than last year, he may even show flashes of why the Brewers signed him to a long term deal.

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02/01/2016
Milwaukee Brewers What To Expect: Chase Anderson

Recently the Brewers continued their process of rebuilding the organization sending Jean Segura to the Diamonbacks in a 5 player trade that saw Aaron Hill, Isan Diaz and Chase Anderson to Milwaukee. Hill is going to be the obvious second baseman of the Brewers, and Diaz is an upcoming prospect.

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02/01/2016
Milwaukee Brewers: 2016 Outlook

The number crunchers over at FanGraphs have completed their projections for every MLB player and thus have released their annual projections. Last year the Milwaukee Brewers finished 68-94 and finished 4th in the NL Central. However, FanGraphs has predicted an NL Central worse record of 71-91.

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01/30/2016
Analysis: At least The Brewers aren't the Rockies

For as bad as the Brewers are supposed to be (projected to be 71-91 next year) as least they aren't the Rockies. On Thursday trading outfielder Corey Dickerson to and minor leaguer to the Rays in exchange for left-handed reliever Jake McGee and a minor leaguer.

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01/29/2016
First Look: Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training Unis

MLB released a new on-field look for spring training yesterday, and all of the caps were retro style. At first look I like the White Sox, Red Sox, Athletics and Brewers Cap. The Brewers have the best retro cap though to go along with their new alternate unis'.

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01/29/2016
Milwaukee Brewers What to Expect: Rymer Liriano

Yesterday The Brewers traded for Rymer Liriano from The Padres trading away left hander reliever Trevor Seidenberger. Liriano was once considered to be on the best prospects for San Diego (3 rd in 2013), but was DFA'd last week after a .292, 14 HR. 64 RBI, .383 OBS season with Double-A El Paso last season.

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01/28/2016
Tanking, Rebuilding, and the Brewers

There's accusations tanking, there's Stearns refuting said accusations and then there's fans livid at the notion of trading away Lucroy (he is a fan favorite after all). Then-there's me, wondering just what in the world the difference between tanking and rebuilding ACTUALLY is.

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01/28/2016
Brewers Acquire Rymer Liriano from Padres

The Brewer's landed OF Rymer Liriano from the Padres on Thursday in a trade that sent minor-leaguer left-hand pitcher Trevor Seidenberger to San Diego. Originally thought to be a key part of the Padres' future, Liriano was designated for assignment last week in order to make room for Alexie Ramirez.

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01/28/2016
What We Learned: The Brewers Farm System

There's talk and talk, and talk of how great our farm system is. I've seen it all over news outlets, from beat writers and other bloggers. But over the course of the last week, MLBPipeline has been releasing their Top Prospects list.

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01/25/2016
Milwaukee Brewers' Prospects: #2 Brett Phillips

The Brewers are self-admit tingly going through a rebuild, and part of that process includes trading away solid veterans for prospects. One such trade saw Carlos Gomez go to the Astros for a quartet of prospects, of which included OF Brett Phillips. Phillips was the prize return that Brewers had sought to get out in trading away Gomez.

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01/22/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Rumors: Brewers Interested in Austin Jackson

The Brewers are amongst a field of suitors interested in Austin Jackson, according to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick. The Brewers are looking fill one of their two most unsettled positions with Jackson- Center Field. At his best, Jackson has good pop and good speed that go hand in hand with a quality defensive glove.

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01/22/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Rumors: Brewers Interested in Austin Jackson

The Brewers are amongst a field of suitors interested in Austin Jackson, according to ESPN's Jerry Crasnick. The Brewers are looking fill one of their two most unsettled positions with Jackson- Center Field. At his best, Jackson has good pop and good speed that go hand in hand with a quality defensive glove.

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01/20/2016
Milwaukee Brewer's Prospects: #3 Trent Clark

In 2015 The Brewers drafted outfielder Trent Clark in the first round as the 15 th overall pick. Clark was considered to be one of the top prospects of the 2015 Draft. Fangraphs ranked Clark as the 7 th best player available in the draft and Kile McDaniel, of Fangraphs, labeled Clark 'the best pure hitter in the draft.

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01/19/2016
Just What is Jonathan Lucroy Worth?

It's no secret that the Brewers want to shop away Jonathan Lucroy, and there have even been reports of the Rangers, Nationals, and Athletics all showing interest in Lucroy. However, according to a recent report, all of those teams have back away due to the Brewer's asking "too much in return" for Lucroy.

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01/18/2016
Milwaukee Brewer's Prospects: #4 Jorge Lopez

We are now in the Top Four for Reviewing the Brew's Brewer's prospects and today we are looking at #4 prospect Jorge Lopez who propelled himself to the Majors last year with his best season yet.

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01/15/2016
Opening Day Countdown: The 1980 Brewers

We're just 80 days away from Opening Day, it's so close I can already smell hotdogs with mustard and relish. To commerate being one step closer to that joyous day we are going to look back at the 1980 Brewers today.

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01/13/2016
Opening Day Countdown: Yovani Gallardo's 82nd Win

With just 82 days left until Opening Day, we look back today at Yovani Gallardo's 82 nd win on Opening Day 2014, with Gallardo outdueling Julio Teheran. On a day where all eyes were on Ryan Braun (who was making his return from his PED suspension) Gallardo shined through tossing six shutout innings.

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01/13/2016
Milwaukee Brewer's Prospect #5: Gilbert Lara

In 2014 The Brewers made a bold statement. That statement was that they believed in Gilbert Lara, when they signed in for $3.1 million, the highest ever signing for an international star- ever. At the time, Lara was just a 16 year old from the Dominican Republic.

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01/12/2016
Brewers in 2016: What to Expect

Fangraph's projections came out yesterday, and among the 6 worse teams projected, sat the Brewers, including 5 other teams in the NL. The Brewers are expected to go 71-91 and finish last in the NL Central. Which given that the Brew Crew is going through a rebuild, this wouldn't surprise me at all.

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01/12/2016
Opening Day Countdown : Brewers win 83 in 2012

There are just 83 days left until Opening Day and today Reviewing the Brew is looking back at the Brewers 2012 when the Brewers won 83 games and finished 3 rd in the NL Central.

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01/11/2016
Milwaukee Brewer's Prospects: #6 Devin Williams

In the 2013 first player draft, the Brewers used their top pick to draft right hander Devin Williams (in the second round, 54 th overall). Williams chose to sign a $1.35 million contract with the Brewers over attending the University of Missouri on a scholarship.

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01/11/2016
Opening Day Countdown: Brewers Go 25 Innings in 1984

There are just 84 days left until Opening Day, and today Reviewing the Brew is going back to 1984. On Tuesday May 8th, 1984 the Brewers faced off against the Chicago White Sox. As each team took the field neither knew that the game wouldn't be finished until the next day.

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01/11/2016
Opening Day Countdown: Brewers Go 25 Innings in 1984

There are just 84 days left until Opening Day, and today Reviewing the Brew is going back to 1984. On Tuesday May 8th, 1984 the Brewers faced off against the Chicago White Sox. As each team took the field neither knew that the game wouldn't be finished until the next day.

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01/10/2016
Opening Day Countdown: Cecil Cooper's 85th Home Run

We are just 85 days away from the opening pitch on opening day. To celebrate being one step oh so closer to opening day Reviewing the Brew is taking a look at Cecil Coopers 85 th career home run.

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01/09/2016
Milwaukee Brewers Prospects: #7 Kodi Medeiros

Left Hander Pitcher Kodi Medeiros was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the first round of the 2014 draft as the 12 th overall pick out of Waiakea High School in Hawaii, opting to sign with the Brewers rather than attended Pepperdine University.

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01/08/2016
There are Just 87 Days Until Opening Day!

Opening day is April 4-that's just 87 days from now, and to celebrate that we are going to have our own countdown here at Reviewing the Brew. Whether it's a stat, a player, a team, or even a jersey number, it's going to come down to something pertaining to Brewer's history.

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01/07/2016
Milwaukee Brewers : What to Expect from Chris Carter

It wasn't a matter of who the Brewers would get someone to cover 1B but rather when they would. While the rest of the baseball world was soaking in who would go to Cooperstown and who wouldn't, the Brewers signed their first baseman.