Author: strash_sam

The Milwaukee Brewers are positioning themselves for a deep playoff run as the regular season winds down. That being said, there are still some bumps in the road ahead of the Brewers as October nears. These are the biggest threats to a potential championship run for the Brew Crew. Better Teams? Like the other professional sports leagues in the United States, the postseason has many possible outcomes. When it comes to a win-or-go-home scenario, clubs may surprise fans by taking down a better team. The opposite is true, as well, as other teams could collapse under the pressure of the…

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The Brewers and issues at first base: it’s a tale as old as sliced bread. Or today’s average fifth grade student. Take your pick. Milwaukee has had a different starting first baseman every single season since 2011. Eleven different opening day starters at one position is insane, but what’s even crazier is that Milwaukee has had 53 players at first base over the last eleven seasons. 53 players. That’s a ridiculous amount. No one else has been able to stick around long enough to hold down the position. Will Rowdy Tellez be the first to do so in over a…

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The Milwaukee Brewers sure have a knack for developing under-noticed talent in the minor leagues. Four players were mentioned in the first installment of this series, and there are far more than four underrated prospects in the team’s farm system. How the Brewers continue to find these kinds of players baffles many, but, nevertheless, their methods work at an insane rate. That being said, here are another four Brewers’ prospects that are making giant leaps in the minor leagues, yet are going nearly unnoticed. (Spoiler alert: these guys all play for Low Class-A Carolina. That level of the farm system…

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Milwaukee’s baseball team appears to want to win a championship as badly as their basketball team. Following a trade between the Brewers and Arizona Diamondbacks involving all-star Eduardo Escobar, the team appears adamant on making a push for the World Series. While some fans may get attached to certain players – not wanting to see them leave – it is important to remember that in order to trade for a star player, a team needs to give back players of high value. Could one of those players in a potential return be Tyrone Taylor? To make a long story short:…

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Everybody knows of the big-name prospects in baseball. Over the years, fans around the country, and the world, have seen hype arise around many top prospects of the league. From Bryce Harper, to Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and most recently Wander Franco, these players have so much potential for success, giving promise to their franchises in hopes that they can help bring a future championship to their team. But it’s not always the top prospects that lead their teams to championships. As the annual MLB Draft is normally 40 rounds long, teams have plenty of opportunities to bring in seemingly unknown…

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It’s summer time. For fans of the Brewers and of baseball in general, summer brings around plenty of opportunities to see their favorite players. And what’s summer without the baseball trade deadline? Every season, the months of June and July heat up with trade discussions and rumors around the league. Hitters and pitchers alike might go to sleep in one city, then wake up and move everything they have across the country because they were traded. For fans, this can be exciting and entertaining to see their team make trades to improve their roster. But, how will Brewers’ fans react…

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The Brewers and Rockies have split their four-game series in Denver this weekend. Milwaukee came into the series winners of nine of ten games, while Colorado looked to continue their five game win streak. In the end, Colorado’s streak would end at seven games, taking the first two of the set, while the Brewers won the last two games over the weekend. Here is a further look into how each game panned out. Game One Woodruff Struggles Early Brewers’ ace Brandon Woodruff had what some would consider his worst start of the season this year. He threw 85 pitches in…

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The Milwaukee Brewers are hot. Red hot. Following a weekend sweep over the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Brewers have won 12 of their last 15 games. They now head to Cincinnati to take on the Reds. The two teams last faced each other in late May in Milwaukee, resulting in a Brewers’ series win. Yet, the Reds are also coming into this series hot, having won six of their last seven games. This now begs a question: who caves first? Pitching Probables Game 1 – Houser (3-5) vs. Gray (1-4) It is nearly impossible to get a good read on Adrian…

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The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) has announced a date for a fourth edition of “The Match” on TNT and Bleacher Report. This year’s match involves a familiar face: Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Mickelson & Brady 🆚 DeChambeau & Rodgers The Match Returns July 6. 🍿 pic.twitter.com/kRp88oEVM9 — PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 26, 2021 Despite the ongoing drama, Aaron Rodgers will participate in the golf match taking place on July 6th. Rodgers will be on a team with Bryson Dechambeau, who recently won the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Bay Hill, Florida. Together, they will face off against two legends in their…

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The offense came to win today. Christian Yelich capped off a nine run output with a solo home run to right field, helping the Brewers get the series win over the Cincinnati Reds. Brad Boxberger takes the win, while Luis Castillo gets the loss. Big Bats Lead the Way The Brewers had nine hits in today’s ballgame from six of their players. Willy Adames, the newest acquisition on the team, hit a two-run single to center field following a walk by Travis Shaw. Adames now has seven hits in his last seven games. Avisaíl García, Kolten Wong, and Christian Yelich…

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