Top Brewers Storylines of 2015: Carlos Gomez GoGos to Houston

The most significant Brewers storyline that involved an actual transaction was the trade deadline blockbuster that sent center fielder Carlos Gomez and right-hander Mike Fiers to Houston. After the Brewers’ deal with the Mets fell apart, Milwaukee shook hands with Houston and received a package of players headlined by top-100 prospect Brett Phillips. As our own […]

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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 […]


A Misconception in Jonathan Lucroy’s Market And The Catcher Free Agent Class

Since the hot stove is officially sizzling with the Winter Meetings upon us, a heightened level of attention will be placed on the Brewers potential trade targets. It seems the Brewers have fully embraced their rebuilding project. Doug Melvin did much of the heavy lifting already, trading away Carlos Gomez, Mike Fiers, Gerardo Parra, Aramis Ramirez, […]

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Insight into the Brewers’ Upcoming Trade Strategy

As a team that does not expect to compete in 2016, the Milwaukee Brewers shouldn’t be tied to any single player who isn’t a sho0-in to be an integral part of the organization’s next playoff team, a category which is basically limited to youngish superstars and high-quality prospects. The Brewers are light on superstars, but — […]


The Third-Base Options On The Trade Market

Here are some things we can say, to varying degrees of certainty, about the Milwaukee Brewers: They need a third baseman for the future. In the 2011 offseason, Aramis Ramirez came to Milwaukee, where he manned the hot corner for three-plus years. The club traded him to Pittsburgh this past July, and they’d like to find […]