- After the Adam Lind trade, it has been a quiet offseason for the Brewers. Noah says that's not shocking considering that the roster is nearly set.
- There was a potential rumor yesterday when minor league pitcher Zach Quintana was traded, and it allowed Derek to speculate on possible trades that could happen with Atlanta. (The trade was officially announced this morning, and it was just a swap of minor-league players.)
- The MVBrewers series continued yesterday with Jordan's profile of Jeremy Jeffress. The final honorable mention will be out this afternoon.
- Nicholas Zettel of Disciples of Uecker analyzes starting pitcher ranks by FIP, and how the Brewers compare to these rankings.
- Wei-Chung Wang's time in the Arizona Fall League came to a close yesterday. He pitched in the final game for Glendale yesterday, allowing four runs in five innings. He appeared to have a back injury as he left the game, but insisted it was nothing out of the ordinary.
- As the Arizona Fall League comes to a close, Jim Callis of MLB.com has some observations on a few players, including Wei-Chung Wang.
- The Brewers are selling holiday 4-packs again this offseason. Cait Covers the Bases has the details on this year's 4-packs.
- Will the new concert series create additional demand for Brewers tickets? Enrique Bakemeyer of The Brewers Bar isn't sure of how well these concerts will be received.
- The MVP awards were announced yesterday. Mike Trout was an unanimous choice in the AL, and Clayton Kershaw won in the NL. Lucroy finished fourth in the NL vote, and Adam McCalvy notes that it's the best finish for a catcher in Brewers history.
- The one voter who had Jonathan Lucroy second on his ballot was Dave Cameron of FanGraphs. After the awards were announced, he broke down the reasoning behind his selections.
- The MLB All-Stars fell to 0-2 in the Japan All-Star Series after an 8-4 loss to Samurai Japan. Rob Wooten pitched in the loss, allowing a run, a hit, a walk and two strikeouts in 1 2/3 innings.