Perhaps Ryan Braun has an opinion about how bold Brewers general manager David Stearns and assistant GM Matt Arnold should be this offseason, in the wake of the team’s better-than-expected performance in 2017. Should they drop $100 million on a free agent like Jake Arrieta? Or save those resources and let the young core continue […]
Brewers reliever Jacob Barnes served as a guardian for one of those brothers, Grant Hagen, on a memorable Stars and Stripes Honor Flight from Milwaukee to Washington, D.C., on Nov. 4. Grant, Conn and Roger Hagen all served in Vietnam between 1964 and 1975, and together joined the list of more than 5,500 war veterans […]
The Brewers added four of MLBPipeline.com’s top 20 Milwaukee prospects to the 40-man roster ahead of Monday’s deadline to protect eligible players from next month’s Rule 5 Draft. They are infielder Mauricio Dubon, pitchers Freddy Peralta and Marcos Diplan and catcher Jacob Nottingham.
Every year there are players who might not be at the top of prospect lists, but who use the Fall League as a bit of a coming out party. These are players who can be considered breakout prospects, with the usual caveat about small sample sizes.
The Phoenix City Council on Wednesday approved a major renovation of Maryvale Baseball Park that will keep the Brewers in their Spring Training home for another 25 years.
In his second full season as manager of the Brewers, Craig Counsell led Milwaukee to an 86-win campaign, the franchise’s highest win total since 2011 (96). Counsell’s efforts have garnered him a nomination for Best Manager in the 2017 Esurance MLB Awards.
Despite leading the Brewers’ surprise postseason push, Craig Counsell fell just short of being one of three finalists for the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s National League Manager of the Year Award.
The Brewers have a new director of international scouting, and not surprisingly, he comes from the world of analytics. Mike Groopman, whose hire was first reported by the Kansas City Star, is a former Baseball Prospectus contributor who had worked in the Royals’ front office for the past decade, most recently as director of baseball […]
The Brewers will continue a tradition when they host a holiday food drive at Miller Park on the day before Thanksgiving.
Following their surprisingly competitive season, is it realistic to think the Brewers might already be poised to spend big on starting pitching?
After exploring Spring Training sites elsewhere, the Brewers are poised to stay put at Maryvale Baseball Park for another quarter century.
Brewers pitcher Zach Davies, hoping to win just the third Gold Glove winner in franchise history since 1982, fell short Wednesday, as Zack Greinke of the D-backs picked up his fourth consecutive National League Gold Glove Award for pitchers.