Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

You’ll Be Okay Calling It American Family Field, not Miller Park.

This is the last year of the Milwaukee Brewers’ stadium being named Miller Park. For some people, this is a joke and embarrassment. Having the Brewers’ stadium named after the beer company in the City of Milwaukee just fit right. But in the corporate sponsorship

Vegas Setting Brewers Over/Under at 85 Speaks Volumes

There is a phrase in gambling that is true more times than not… ‘Vegas knows something.’ Whenever a line or an over/under number feels a bit off, you know that is the work of the bookmakers. It is their goal to get equal money on

Love That Carlos Gomez Wants To Retire a Brewer

Carlos Gomez is one of my favorite baseball players ever. I remember when the Brewers dealt for him for J.J. Hardy, it was exciting considering Gomez was a top prospect. Watching him develop into an All-Star with Milwaukee was great. I enjoyed the fun years

Brewers Don’t Go After Keuchel or Ryu & That’s Okay

Milwaukee Brewers took some time off when it comes to making moves. After several straight days of signing someone, Brewers took the weekend off. Other MLB teams did not. Rather, the Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays signed top-level pitchers. Dallas Keuchel ended up

Smoak Solves Problem at First Base For Brewers

Milwaukee Brewers keep plugging their holes. The last few days featured Milwaukee adding bench players like Ryon Healy and Eric Sogord then on Thursday, they signed Justin Smoak to play first base. Once upon a time, Smoak was one of the most hyped prospects in

Brewers Continue to Add Depth As Eric Sogard Returns

Milwaukee Brewers are building inside-out to start their offseason when it comes to their lineup. Milwaukee needed some bench depth. Brewers lost a majority of it in the offseason. Ryon Healy was added the other day then the Brewers decided to bring back Eric Sogard

Imagine Being Mad About Brewers Signing Ryon Healy

Milwaukee Brewers added Ryon Healy for a bench role at first base and third base. Healy has minor league options, so, there is a chance he could be Cory Spangenberg 2.0 where he plays in Triple-A for a majority of the year. To my surprise,

Brewers Add Instant Offense With Avisail Garcia

Milwaukee Brewers still have spots to fill this offseason. They need to address the first base position. Same with the third base spot. And they likely need another pitcher pending on who you ask. Brewers do not exactly need another outfielder, but that is what

Brewers Add Josh Lindblom As They Build Their Rotation

Milwaukee Brewers have finally made a free agent move. The move they made was one that I’m not sure if people expected though. They added Josh Lindbloom, a former pitcher who dominated South Korea the last few years, on a three-year nine million dollar deal.

J.A. Happ Is An Intriguing Option For Brewers

Are you ready for J.A. Happ rumors round two? In 2018, the Milwaukee Brewers were reportedly interested in J.A. Happ (Please ignore that I said that Bob Nightengale made a good point). New York Yankees were seen as the biggest threat to the Brewers’ chances