The Milwaukee Brewers are running away with the National league Central. Entering Monday, they are 6.5 games up on the Cincinnati Reds. The one hole Milwaukee has in the lineup this season is at first base.Read More
The Milwaukee Brewers made it to October this season with a 29-31 record. They were promptly swept in two games by the eventual champion Los Angeles Dodgers. They should easily be in the playoff conversation again with a few strategic signings.Read More
A full helping of games awaits us for Friday night. Make sure to pay close attention to lineup construction and news on potential capping of starting pitchers innings from here until Sunday. Many managers will rest players to close out the season if there is nothing left to gain. Bats to focus on will be the Bronx Bombers at Globe Life Stadium in Texas and the Brew Crew and the Rockies at Coors. Let’s party one more time kids (for the Regular Season anyway), let’s go Around the Horn!!Read More
DJ LaMehieu – Second Base – New York Yankees
Hopefully, La Machine thanks me after the end of the season with all the promotion I’ve been getting him. Just like the weather this weekend the man stayed hot. He batted .423 this week and has only been hitless in one game since the end of the all-star break, and 27 of his last 29 games.
Continuing our series, let’s take a look at the NL Central champs from last year. The Milwaukee Brewers are obviously in win-now mode, but their starting pitching may be a little light. More on that in the Team Preview coming next month. For now, let’s dive into the top guys they have in their system. We may actually see a couple of them this season.Read More