Author: Josh Waldoch

The Major League Baseball season is in full swing, and now the Minor Leagues are back. After missing the 2020 season, Minor League Baseball is back, as prospects continue the grind to the minors. Here are 3 players in the Brewers’ system who are off to a hot start in the 2021 season. Zach Green, 3B AAA Nashville Zach Green signed with Milwaukee over the winter to a minor league deal. The 27-year old infielder previously spent time in the San Francisco and Philadelphia system and had a brief cup of coffee in the Majors with the Giants back in…

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Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Brandon Woodruff (53) throws the ball against the Chicago Cubs during the first inning of an opening day baseball game Friday, July, 24, 2020, in Chicago. (AP Photo/David Banks)

The Brewers look to climb back to .500 this afternoon as they tee up against the Cubs at 1:20 pm, looking for the series win. After a walk-off win Opening Day, the Brewers offense struggled to come alive, before finally showing life in last night’s 4 – 0 win. It is not time to panic, there’s a lot of season left, a continued sign of offensive production would be a welcome sight. Unfortunately, the Brewers face the Cubs’ best pitcher today in Kyle Hendricks, who they have struggled against. After the game, the Brewers travel to St. Louis for a…

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After Friday’s announcement that MLB is moving its 2021 All Star Game out of Atlanta following the passage of a restrictive voting bill, Milwaukee has emerged as a possible landing spot.  MLB is looking for a new host for the 2021 All Star Game, Milwaukee is a natural fit, providing a chance to honor the late Henry Aaron. In a statement released this afternoon, Rob Manfred stated despite relocating from Atlanta, the league will still honor Hank Aaron this year. Where better to honor the legacy and life of Henry Aaron than by moving to the city wherein he started…

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