Brewers Farm Update

Your Terrible, Very Bad Contenders

Say it with me: the Brewers are a good baseball team. Come on, just do it; you’re on your commute, having a cup of coffee, booting your work computer, so say it. These Brewers are a good team. In fact, the Brewers are a very good baseball team. The club has stomached a lethargic offense […]

Brewers Farm Update

Carbon Copies in the Outfield

Coming into the 2018 minor league season, expectations were down for former first-round pick Corey Ray. Ray had just wrapped up his first full season in the minors, spending the year at Class-A Advanced Carolina and scuffling to a .238/.311/.367 batting average (AVG) / on base percentage (OBP) / slugging percentage (SLG) line despite a […]

USATSI_10924495_168381442_lowres_1

Winning…But For Rebuilding

The Brewers’ four-game weekend series against Atlanta’s ballclub highlights an uncanny and exciting aspect of the 2018 season: Atlanta and Phillies are fighting for the National League East divisional lead, Arizona is holding off the Dodgers thus far, and our beloved upstarts are holding off the Defending World Series Champions, too. Undoubtedly, the series evokes […]

Peralta_Pic

BPMilwaukee Freelance Writer

While it feels as though the Brewers are in the midst of a tough stretch with their pitching staff, the Brewers hurlers closed June with a better than average performance once again. The performance simply was not as great as previous months’ production: the Milwaukee arms prevented approximately 14 runs in June based on the […]