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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 […]

Craig Counsell
Chris Larson - Jan 9, 2020

Craig Counsell the Perfect Manager for the Milwaukee Brewers When you think of the Milwaukee Brewers, you might begin to think of Miller Park or Bernie Brewer. Furthermore, you might think of Christian Yelich, Ryan Braun, Lorenzo Cain, and the like. Among that group, you might also think of the manager, Craig Counsell. Craig Counsell […]

Justin Smoak
Jared Cantatore - Dec 19, 2019

Milwaukee Brewers Sign Justin Smoak The Milwaukee Brewers have signed free agent first basemen Justin Smoak. The contract is for one year at five million dollars and a five and a half million club option for 2021. The deal is pending Smoak passing a physical. Smoak will make four million this year with a one […]

Avisail Garcia
Alex Sanchez - Dec 16, 2019

Avisail Garcia Signs With Milwaukee Brewers Outfielder Avisail Garcia has agreed to a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers. The 28-year-old will earn $20 million over two years. Avisail Garcia agrees to Brewers deal. 20M, 2 years — Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) December 16, 2019 2019 Season Garcia signed a one-year deal last year with the Tampa […]

Omar Narvaez

The Milwaukee Brewers have found their catcher for the foreseeable future. According to reports, they are set to acquire Omar Narvaez from the Seattle Mariners. The acquisition comes after All-Star catcher Yasmani Grandal left the Brewers for a four-year contract with the Chicago White Sox. The Mariners will receive right-handed pitcher Adam Hill and a […]

Padres and Brewers
Jared Cantatore - Nov 27, 2019

San Diego Padres and Milwaukee Brewers Make Blockbuster Trade The San Diego Padres and Milwaukee Brewers have made the first big trade of the offseason. The Padres have acquired outfielder Trent Grisham and RHP Zach Davies from the Brewers. The Brewers have acquired shortstop Luis Urias and LHP Eric Lauer. This could be the spark […]

2019 MLB Postseason
Craig Collins - Nov 10, 2019

The 10 Best Games From the 2019 Postseason Despite only being less than two weeks removed from the 2019 World Series, a lot has happened in Major League Baseball. From teams hiring managers to player movement, the offseason is underway. However, before this past season gets too far in the rearview mirror, let’s take a […]

Chase Anderson
Andrew Brown - Nov 4, 2019

The MLB offseason hasn’t been going on for long, but dominos are already falling. Effective earlier today, the Toronto Blue Jays acquired Chase Anderson from the Milwaukee Brewers. In exchange for the services of Anderson, Milwaukee will receive Double-A first baseman Chad Spanberger. Anderson racked up a 4.21 ERA and 4.83 FIP in 2019, and […]

Craig Collins - Oct 4, 2019

Over the course of nearly 5,000 baseball games played in the major leagues each season, there are many events that can be classified as memorable. A rookie blossoming as a star. A veteran showing they’re still elite. Or memorable could simply mean a great game. Here are 10 memorable moments that stood out during the […]

Juan Soto
Alex Winfree - Oct 2, 2019

Juan Soto Leads the Way in Nationals Win When Juan Soto made his Washington Nationals‘debut last season, he was just 19 years old. Despite his age, he proved he not only belonged in the majors, but he was going to be a superstar. Soto’s star certainly shined bright Tuesday night in the Nationals’ 4-3 comeback […]

National League Wild Card Nationals vs Brewers
Alex Winfree - Oct 1, 2019

Nationals vs Brewers N.L. Wild Card Preview Milwaukee Brewers (89-73) vs. Washington Nationals (93-69) Time: 8:08 p.m. ET Nationals Park: Washington, D.C. Max Scherzer (11-7 2.92 ERA) vs. Brandon Woodruff (11-3 3.62 ERA) Milwaukee Brewers’ Lineup Milwaukee enters this win or go home game as perhaps the hottest team in baseball.  Despite losing MVP candidate […]

Milwaukee Brewers
Noah Barnhart - Sep 25, 2019

Milwaukee is Headed to the Playoffs With a win over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday, the Milwaukee Brewers have clinched a playoff berth. This will be their second playoff appearance in a row. The Brewers went to the NLCS in 2018 losing to the Los Angeles Dodgers in game seven. The franchise has never won a […]

Ned Yost
Justin Merrlles - Sep 23, 2019

Ned Yost has announced his retirement as manager of the Kansas City Royals. After a difficult two seasons, the Royals have committed to a rebuild for the future. The Royals have released a statement pertaining to Yost’s retirement, and he will address the media tomorrow at 3:00 PM. Additionally, general manager Dayton Moore will address […]

Christian Yelich

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich has been placed on the 60-day injured list with a fractured right knee cap. As a result, the reigning NL MVP will miss the rest of the 2019 season. Yelich suffered the injury in the first inning of a 4-3 win over the Miami Marlins. The team does not know […]

Aaron Russell - Sep 5, 2019

The National League Wild Card race is going to come down to the last week of the season. The Miami Marlins, Colorado Rockies, San Diego Padres, and San Francisco Giants have all been eliminated, and the Pittsburgh Pirates and Cincinnati Reds are just waiting to be wiped out of the playoff picture. There are approximately […]

Craig Counsell
Justin Merrlles - Sep 2, 2019

The Milwaukee Brewers have gone flat during the second half of this season. What once looked like a World Series contender, now struggles to remain in the Wild Card race. While the race for the NL Central Division is heating up, the Brewers are getting cold at the wrong time. Recent Streak  Since having an […]

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Terron Morris - Sep 2, 2019

The New York Yankees have now dropped their 5th series in a row. It’s the first time since 2005 that the Yankees have lost consecutive series. It’s a noticeable slump for a team cruising through the season’s first half. Even during Aaron Judge’s hottest stretch of the season, the Yankees are 8-17 since the All-Star […]

Jon Daniels
Nate Miller - Sep 2, 2019

The Texas Rangers announced on Wednesday morning that they have fired President of Baseball Operations Jon Daniels. The news was first reported by Levi Weaver of The Athletic via Twitter. This startling development comes just days after the Rangers made the decision to fire manager Chris Woodward. The firing of Jon Daniels marks the end […]

Jim Marshall - Sep 2, 2019

Don Mattingly is in the seventh and final year of his contract with the Miami Marlins. It’s been a hot topic for the  Marlins fans sd this could be Mattingly’s most disappointing season—and after such high expectations. Although he has a great manner with young players and is very positive and tolerant, this team had […]

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 August 16. These statistics aim to further measure effectiveness of relief pitchers. Scoreless Outing Percentage, which first appeared in this piece, is based […]

Athletics Offense
Nate Miller - Sep 2, 2019

Athletics 5, Rangers 1   ARLINGTON, Texas, Aug 16 — The Texas Rangers just couldn’t keep up with the Oakland Athletics‘ offense on Tuesday night at Globe Life Field, as they lost by a final score of 5–1. The only thing that really got the fans stirring was an RBI single by Jonah Heim in […]

Jim Marshall - Sep 2, 2019

Exciting times for the Cleveland Guardians. They have taken over first place in the AL Central. With just 48 games remaining, the question becomes can they hold on and win the division or at least get a playoff spot? Excellent Bullpen The exciting times for the Cleveland Guardians is due in large part to their […]

Anthony Walsh - Sep 2, 2019

According to multiple reports, Brett Baty is on his way to the big leagues. The 22-year old third baseman will reportedly be heading to Atlanta to join the New York Mets in a crucial series. In six games at Triple-A Syracuse, Baty posted a .364/.462/.364 slash line. This move comes after starter Eduardo Escobar was […]

Pitchers duel
Nate Miller - Sep 2, 2019

Rangers 2, Athletics 1   ARLINGTON, Texas, Aug 15 — The Texas Rangers came out on top in their pitcher’s duel with the Oakland Athletics by a final score of 2–1 on Monday. The Rangers had several good hits in this game, but it was a home run by second baseman Marcus Semien that really […]