The veteran backup catcher has been slugging in an unusual manner.
Bradley’s Jekyll-and-Hyde act with his glove and bat is extremely rare.
The sinkerballer’s best pitch was so dialed in that it was all he needed to blank a division rival.
A journeyman utility player has been one of the best hitters on one of baseball’s best teams.
Garcia always possessed the raw tools to be a valuable player. With the Brewers, everything has finally come together.
Milwaukee’s second baseman has found success with an aggressiveness typically found in the middle of a lineup.
Have the Brewers played worse at home, or are other factors at play?
The big right-hander needs to find a better balance with his pitch selection.
Adames can see the baseball better than he could at Tropicana Field, but there’s more behind his breakout.
Could the former MVP get back to his old form by expanding his zone?
Eduardo Escobar adds a big bat to the lineup, but his exact position on the team is unclear.
Woodruff has conquered what was his only glaring weakness as a starting pitcher.
Milwaukee’s front office caught wind of some adjustments that Lobstein has made in the minor leagues.
The former MVP needs to fix his swing before considering a more aggressive approach.
The Brewers need to acquire a reliever... or do they?
Statcast erroneously thinks that the Brewers backstop is simply a league-average hitter. What is it missing?
Sánchez (hopefully) brings effective pitch mix for middle innings.
Have the Brewers found another diamond in the rough?
Lauer’s tenure in Milwaukee has been frustrating, but the Brewers have solid reasons for continuing to give him starts.