Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

Rate The Brewers’ New American Family Field Signs

Milwaukee Brewers will no longer be playing at Miller Park this year. It’s pretty funny to see how many people were and still are upset about that. People act like ‘Miller’ is this small-town organization. Like Miller getting squeezed out is some sort of big

Brewers’ Rumors Round Up: Hader, Offensive Upgrades & Stearns Ain’t Leaving

In a day that was filled with the Milwaukee Bucks making moves, the Milwaukee Brewers had some news out there as well. Some might find that crazy since the baseball offseason is slower than me running a 10K. But yes, it’s true. We have some

If the St. Louis Cardinals Got Francisco Lindor, I’d Probably Puke

St. Louis Cardinals made the playoffs last season. They were a good, not great team. Cardinals bowed out in the first round to the upstart San Diego Padres. This is the second straight year for St. Louis after a couple of down years. They have

Brewers’ Bullpen’s Future Is Bright With Devin Williams

Milwaukee Brewers have another Rookie of the Year winner. In 1992, Pat Listach won the Rookie of the Year award. In 2008, Ryan Braun won the award. Listach never amounted to anything special after his campaign. Braun went on to win an MVP and he

The Universal DH Staying in NL For 2021 Is Good News For Ryan Braun

Milwaukee Brewers are in the offseason. So is everyone else in baseball. You wouldn’t know if considering the lack of news going around. The hot stove does not typically warm up right away. And add in the fact that no one made any money, the

Brewers’ Coaching Change Isn’t The One People Expected

Milwaukee Brewers are making changes to their coaching staff. Yes, most of you, including me, are thinking they’re making the deal that we all expected them to make. They’re getting rid of the hitting coach Andy Haines, right? Wrong. He is staying on board. Instead,

Devin Williams is a No Brainer For NL Rookie of the Year

Major League Baseball’s weird 2020 is now over. They’re done with the season and weirdly in free agency. No one knows that because baseball owners are going to spend like a college kid waiting to come home to mom and dad. This means that the

Dodgers Might Be The Premier Suitor For Josh Hader & That’s Okay.

Los Angeles Dodgers fell apart on Saturday night. They were a complete mess going from winning the game late to blowing it in one fall swoop. Kenley Jansen is an obvious problem for Los Angeles. Jansen, the once-great closer, is no longer that for Los

Small-Market Rays Will Not Likely Change Baseball With World Series Win

The World Series begins tonight between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Los Angeles Dodgers. These are two teams that could not be more different. Los Angeles has the highest payroll in baseball and some of the most notable stars in the game on their

Five Decisions The Brewers Should Make This Offseason

Like the last couple of years, the Milwaukee Brewers have a lot of decisions to make with their team. They’re not easy decisions per se, but this offseason, there is a little less pressure than years past. For the last couple of years, the goal