The top Brewers prospect’s tweet was short and sweet. “1st Spring Training game,” Keston Hiura wrote Friday night after collecting two hits in a split-squad win over the Giants, adding a checkmark to note another professional first in the books.
Keon Broxton helped the Brewers say welcome to the big leagues to Angels import Shohei Ohtani.
Brewers prospects Keston Hirua and Corbin Burnes were among top prospect performers on the first full day of Spring Training games.
Lorenzo Cain will be the Brewers’ primary center fielder. Christian Yelich will get some work in right field this spring but figures to mostly man left. Domingo Santana says he’s intent on improving defensively in right field. And Ryan Braun, the former National League MVP and Milwaukee’s longest-tenured player, will fit in somewhere, even if […]
Early returns on Ryan Braun’s work at first base have been positive, said Brewers manager Craig Counsell, who plans to give Braun a few more practice days before slotting him into a Cactus League game next week.
Headlined by three Top 100 prospects in second baseman Keston Hiura, the Brewers’ first-rounder in 2017, and right-handers Corbin Burnes and Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee’s still-strong system is a product of smart drafting and savvy trades by general manager David Stearns. In total, 27 of the Brewers Top 30 prospects for 2018 entered the system via […]
Jesus Aguilar was no lock to make the Brewers’ Opening Day roster last year, but he slugged his way to Miller Park by bashing seven home runs in 25 Cactus League games.
Geoff Jenkins, the Brewers’ first-round Draft pick who bridged eras between County Stadium and Miller Park while becoming one of the most productive power hitters in franchise history, will be the 20th player inducted into the team’s Walk of Fame.
Christian Yelich will make his unofficial Brewers debut on Friday against the Cubs at Maryvale Baseball Park, and that’s just the first half of Milwaukee’s busy Cactus League Opening Day.
The moment the Brewers depart Maryvale Baseball Park at the end of next month, the dirt will start to fly.
The Brewers will contribute $56-$60 million to an overhaul of the Maryvale Baseball Park complex in time for 2019 Spring Training like a doubling of clubhouse space, new workout amenities including a massive weight room and a practice field that mimics the dimensions of Miller Park and significant improvements to the main stadium concourse.
Fourteen Spring Training speeches later, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio remains first a fan, which is why all these years later he was genuinely giddy Tuesday to stand and speak in front of a team of Major League ballplayers.