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Brewers' Minor League Pitching Talent

I am asking this being completely ignorant of the talent that individual pitching prospects posess outside of the obvious (Jeffrey) and with the knowledge that many believe our overall depth lacking with little major league help in the upcoming years.

Why haven't we given more consideration/love to Tim Dillard (6-1, 2.66) and Mike Burns (6-0, 2.15)? Both have done VERY well in Nashville this season as their records and ERAs indicate. Is there something beyond the obvious numbers (K/W, K/9, WHIP) that have people leaving these two out of the equation when considering good prospects in our farm system for trade value or helping the team in the near future?

In no way am I suggesting either of these two are potential aces but how come they have gone unmentioned in most discussions?

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