I’ve combed through the numbers in search of a definitive list of the top five prospects in Brewers history
The new positioning rule won’t help Yelich because he was never a consistent victim of the shift
Corbin Burnes, Willy Adames project as Milwaukee’s top players
In 50-plus years of history, a few key signings stand out among the rest
Matt Arnold has added some power arms to what was one of baseball’s softest-tossing bullpens last season
The Brewers now have uncertainty at second base, but they added a big bat to their lineup
Could the Brewers deal from their starting rotation this winter?
Trade Analysis: Brewers use Hunter Renfroe to bolster pitching depth, but they cannot replace his bat internally
After they traded one of their best offensive players from 2022, the focus shifts to Milwaukee’s follow-up moves
The Brewers could have looked elsewhere to fill second base but feel Wong remains the best fit
Think of the transition from Stearns to Matt Arnold as a passing of the torch rather than a change in direction
The front office must assess why things went wrong and work to ensure that it does not happen again next season
It’s been a rough season for Counsell and Stearns. How would you grade their season, and should they remain?
The process behind trading Hader is sound, but there are signs that the front office botched the communication with the clubhouse
The Josh Hader trade was a shock to many of the players on the team, and they have differing reactions to the move
After becoming just the 10th Brewer to go seven innings in a debut, could this become the Summer of Jason?
While rebuilding Reds staff is struggling, Milwaukee’s pitching is even better than it was when Johnson left.
Their below-average lineup makes Crew tough to watch at times, but leaning heavily on run prevention for success could pay off
The Brewers will have to reduce their active roster to 26 players by the end of April. Let’s look at who could end up off the roster when that happens.
It took an extra week, but we’re finally here.
Devin Williams missed the postseason after breaking his hand, and The Athletic gets more information on the injury.
Not only is Burnes talented enough to gamble on himself, but committing more money to a player they already control may not be in Milwaukee’s best interests.