Rolling Out the Barrel: Kyle Lohse, Monte Harrison, and the Trade Deadline

Good morning, Brewers fans. Welcome to Rolling Out the Barrel, a new weekly roll call (do you get it. DO YOU GET IT!?) of good and/or important articles from around the web with which the Brewers are at least tangentially associated.  I’m your host Travis Sarandos, and I’ll help you find the articles you might […]


Transaction Analysis: Brewers Send Aramis Ramirez to Pittsburgh

Traded 3B-R Aramis Ramirez to the Pittsburgh Pirates for RHP Yhonathan Barrios The Brewers began indicating to both baseball media and front offices around the league that they would be sellers as early as May 7th. The Brewers have plenty of players worthy of trade speculation—Carlos Gomez and Ryan Braun perhaps the most interesting—but the most obvious […]


Aramis Ramirez Isn’t Done Yet

I, like many other Brewers fans, have become somewhat preoccupied of late with trades the Brewers may or may not make this season. We’re now just 14 days way from the non-waiver trade deadline. Unfortunately, with the exception of Gerardo Parra, the players most easily parted with — those that become free agents at season’s […]


Before He Turns Into A Pumpkin, Part II: A Buyer Over the Lake?

The Brewers still need to deal Aramis Ramirez before the July 31st non-waiver deadline. However, this past weekend, the chances of that happening seemingly took a significant blow. Heard #Mets left series in Milw unimpressed by Aramis Ramirez on both sides of ball. And weren’t that interested to start with #Brewers — Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) June 30, […]


A-Ram: Before He Turns Into A Pumpkin

The Brewers’ rebuilding plan has no room for error–but in one special case, time is the mitigating factor. ***** It wasn’t supposed to go anything like this. When Aramis Ramirez told reporters, back in January, that 2015 would likely be his last campaign as an active major-league player, both he and the Milwaukee Brewers envisioned him going out […]