Author: Grace Gierach

Grace is a sophomore at the University of Oklahoma studying Sports Business and Music Education.

Jackie Bradley Jr.

It’s no secret that Jackie Bradley Jr.’s time in Milwaukee didn’t live up to expectations. After a single season, Bradley Jr. left Milwaukee as part of a trade for Hunter Renfroe. To catch up on the deal that sent JBJ back to Boston, see this article.  When Milwaukee acquired JBJ, fans took it as a sign that team ownership wanted to be serious contenders. However, as the season went on, JBJ’s plate appearances left much to be desired. With this, fan feelings took a hard left. They reached a peak when the JBJ-Renfroe deal was announced in December 2021. https://twitter.com/yelichfans/status/1466267007813402625?s=20…

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Brett Anderson

Our season report card series continues. In this edition, we’ll be looking at pitcher Brett Anderson and how he performed during the 2021 season. 2021 was Anderson’s second season in Milwaukee. He returned in February 2021 after agreeing to a 1-year, 2.5 million-dollar deal. The Brewers’ pitching staff was stacked this season, with a Big Three of starters Cy Young Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, and Freddy Peralta and closing powerhouse duo Devin Williams and Josh Hader. However, the big names weren’t the only pitchers to deliver this season and Anderson was no exception. 2021 Season Grade: B- Photo Credit: Dilip…

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In early 2020, Christian Yelich and the Milwaukee Brewers inked a historic contract extension. It will keep Yelich in Milwaukee through at least 2028. To read up on the details of Yelich’s contract extension, see Brewers and Yelich Agree to Extension. Even after his season-ending knee injury in 2020 and a less than triumphant return to the field for the MVP in 2021, Yelich’s contract extension is still much to be excited about almost two years after its signing. Yelich and Giannis: Milwaukee’s MVPs Yelich wasn’t the only Milwaukee sports icon who cemented his place in Milwaukee’s hearts in 2020.…

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