Brewers Get Creative, Trade Rogers To Pittsburgh

On Thursday, December 17, the Milwaukee Brewers announced that they traded first baseman Jason Rogers to Pittsburgh for minor-league outfielder Keon Broxton and minor-league righty Trey Supak.  ***** The mark of a successful general manager is often executing the necessary moves with aplomb. Trade near free agents for prospects. Sign bounce-back candidates on minor-league deals. […]

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David Stearns Is Accumulating Options & Isn’t Done

The first two months of the David Stearns Administration has been anything but stagnant. In just the past week, the club has traded Adam Lind for a trio of teenage pitchers, acquired former top-200 prospect Garin Cecchini for cash, and grabbed a pair of interesting prospects in the Rule 5 Draft. Stearns hasn’t made a […]


K-Rod Traded To Detroit: Stearns Has No Favorites

Since acquiring him from the New York Mets in the summer of 2011, the Milwaukee Brewers have inked Francisco Rodriguez to four separate contracts, including the two-year, $13 million deal with a club option that he signed prior to the 2015 season. His inevitable return to Miller Park has been an ongoing joke within the Brewers’ […]

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Rolling Out the Barrel: Warming Up with Arizona Heat

The season is over and November is here, bringing baseball awards season with it. The Brewers, unfortunately, were (at best) mediocre is almost every single aspect of the game in 2015, and therefore don’t even have much to root for in terms of ultimately-meaningless individual awards. However, the BBWAA released it’s official ballot for the […]


Is Just Catching Up Enough For The Brewers?

The Milwaukee Brewers have issued a clear statement of intent over the past two months. With new general manager David Stearns and assistant general manager Matt Arnold, the organization has signaled the beginning of a new era in franchise history — one that will seemingly embrace new analytical and operational trends in professional baseball. Stearns […]