Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, and Luis Urias lead the projections.
Intriguing adjustments made over the past couple of seasons make the lefty reliever worth keeping an eye on.
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.
Ultra-versatile Sullivan offers catching depth, utility, and reliable contact at the plate.
As Christian Yelich and the Brewers search for answers, they should start by revisiting his performance with the Marlins
Yelich’s profile in 2021 closely resembled the one he had in Miami, yet he was not nearly as productive. Identifying what was different is the first step in fixing him.
It looked as if they did no research at all to put together a plan against Atlanta’s Game 2 starter.
From euphoria Friday to dread on Saturday, Milwaukee has some concerns to address.
Braves’ hitters swing more than just about any other team in baseball.
Other hurlers compete, but fail to match Corbin’s historic season
The setup man’s absence is a tough blow, but this team has the depth to make it work in the late innings.
While his role on this year’s team may not seem as significant as it was in 2018, Cain is still plenty valuable when on the field.
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.