Milwaukee Brewers

David Phelps
Steve Wynocker - Aug 31, 2020

The Philadelphia Phillies addressed their biggest need by trading for right-handed reliever David Phelps. He comes over with a 2-3 record and a very respectable 2.77 ERA. With the Milwaukee Brewers, he was holding down the seventh and eighth innings. This is where the Phillies can really use his veteran arm. He will join a […]


Brewers Intrasquad
Steve Wynocker - Jul 21, 2020

Since July 14th, the Milwaukee Brewers have played seven blue/gold intrasquad games against each other. The finale concluded Tuesday in a 2-2 tie when star Christian Yelich bounced into a double play. While the game may have been uneventful, for an intrasquad game that can often be a positive result. Several pitchers got necessary work […]

MLB Bullpen
Chris Larson - Jul 19, 2020

Five Relief Units to Watch in 2020 With a 60-game schedule on tap, it’s fair to assume that bullpens are going to be utterly important this season. Maybe more so than ever because every manager is going to be looking for ways to extract as many wins as possible over a 60-game sample. Furthermore, bullpens […]

Milwaukee Brewers
Steve Wynocker - Jul 16, 2020

The Milwaukee Brewers are looking to get back to the postseason for the third straight season — something that’s never been done in franchise history. In order to do that, they will have to navigate through perhaps the most competitive division in all of baseball, which is the National League Central. The 2020 season will […]

Designated Hitter

It has happened. The National League is using the designated hitter, at least for 2020. Some National League fans will be seeing a style of play that they may not have seen much of outside of postseason play. There are also fans from all over the league who may not know the full background of […]

Milwaukee Brewers
Mark D'Aquila - Jun 16, 2020

The Brew Crew had an evenly balanced five picks in five rounds in last week’s draft. However, interestingly enough they spent all five picks on hitting without selecting a single pitcher. Although they made some solid selections, it was still surprising to see a team whose biggest need at the major league level is pitching […]

2020 MLB Season
Last Word Staff - Jun 9, 2020

The MLB season’s Opening Day, scheduled for March 26, was delayed indefinitely in the middle of March because of the intensifying pandemic. Two months later, the League and the players association started negotiating the resumption of the season. The discussions were tough, with proposals and counterproposals being discussed. Owners Propose 2020 MLB Season Featuring 76 […]

MLB mock draft
Akshaj Gaur - Jun 5, 2020

The MLB Draft is scheduled to take place on June 10th, with the first round taking place at 7 p.m. ET. The second and final day of the draft will take place on June 11th starting at 5 p.m. ET. As a result, an MLB mock draft will give insight on who each team may […]

George Brett
Benjamin Sabin - May 24, 2020

County Stadium, Milwaukee, April 25, 1981 Let’s hop in the way-back machine and visit a simpler time when George Brett was playing third base. The Milwaukee Brewers were still in the American League. MTV was playing around the clock music videos. Pacman-mania was sweeping the country. And George Brett used his glove for a comb. […]

Milwaukee Brewers
Emmett Blue - May 14, 2020

Brewers 50th Anniversary – Almost Forgotten Moments #1 Throughout the 2020 MLB season, LWOS author Emmett Blue is paying tribute to the Milwaukee Brewers 50th anniversary season. He is publishing moments in Milwaukee Brewers history that have almost been forgotten – almost. Italian Sausage Gets Smoked During the Milwaukee Brewers sausage race ten year anniversary […]

2020 MLB Schedule

Shortening the 2020 MLB Schedule If the baseball season resumes, it will need a shortened schedule – and that’s the understatement of the month. Obviously, Major League Baseball and all who have a vested interest want to see as many games played as possible. They also want to make sure the public is safe. It’s […]

MLB Free Agents
Chris Larson - Apr 5, 2020

Position Player Group for the 2020 Season Last week, the mini-series was focused on building out a 13-man pitching staff using MLB free agents from this past offseason. In the exercise, any MLB free agents could be selected, but money was the focal point. Taking the Top Ten payrolls in the game of baseball right […]

Free Agents
Chris Larson - Mar 31, 2020

Pitching Staff for 2020 Regular Season With a lull in baseball news and activity, now is the perfect time to take a look back at the past offseason. When doing that, there’s a fun exercise where you can build your own team made up completely of free agents. As such, I will be doing a […]

Christian Yelich
Chris Larson - Mar 3, 2020

Milwaukee Brewers Nearing Extension with a Key Piece of Their Roster Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic broke significant news on Twitter this afternoon when he announced that the Milwaukee Brewers and outfielder Christian Yelich were nearing a contract extension. Rosenthal reported that the extension will likely end up being seven years and worth north of […]

2020 MLB Surprise Teams
Chris Larson - Mar 1, 2020

With Spring Training upon us, it’s time to begin to focus on the coming season. Every year around this time, predictions are made and teams are studied up and down on paper. Furthermore, baseball fans and analysts alike try to make their best predictions regarding potential 2020 MLB Award winners. Regardless, it’s part of what […]

National League
Chris Larson - Feb 25, 2020

National League Six Potential Breakout Players Last time around, the focus was on identifying six potential breakout stars in the American League. To conclude this mini series, the focus will now shift over to the National League. Spring Training is underway, but now is the prime time to start identifying potential names to circle on […]



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Alek Thomas
Jim Marshall - Feb 25, 2020

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Scoreless Outing

Scoreless Outing Percentage and Goose Eggs, 2022 Presenting the full list of Scoreless Outing Percentage (ScOtg%), Goose Eggs (GE), and related statistics for 2022. Statistics run through the end of play on June 28. These statistics aim to further measure effectiveness of relief pitchers. Scoreless Outing Percentage, which first appeared in this piece, is based […]