Jul 9, 2017; Miami, FL, USA; USA outfielder Lewis Brinson (20) hits a RBI double during the 2017 MLB Futures Game at Marlins Park. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
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Milwaukee Brewers: Top Prospect Lewis Brinson Called Up To The Show

The Milwaukee Brewers have reportedly called up their No. 1 prospect, Lewis Brinson, Wednesday afternoon. The call up comes one day after rumors of Brinson possibly being dealt in a trade swirled across news outlets. After suddenly leaving Triple-A Colorado, many speculated that Brinson was on the way out of the Brewers organization. Brinson will be the starting in center field and batting seventh in the lineup, in the Brewers
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Milwaukee Brewers: Time To Take Them Seriously

Before the 2017 Major League Baseball season, the Chicago Cubs were America's pick to repeat as World Series champions. However, we have reached the halfway point of the season, and the Cubs have been nothing more than a mediocre ball club. In large part have looked like only a shell of their 2016 World Series team. As the Cubs continue to try to find themselves—86 games into the season—it’s time
Apr 28, 2017; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Eric Thames (7) singles during the fifth inning against the Atlanta Braves at Miller Park. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
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Milwaukee Brewers: More Like, Milwaukee Thames

Unless you've been living under a rock, you've been following this year's big story to start the season. I'm obviously referring to the monstrous start by Milwaukee Brewers' first baseman Eric Thames. After 21 games, Thames is leading Major League Baseball in home runs, slugging, and OPS. As if his eleven bombs, .904 slugging, and 1.393 OPS weren't impressive enough, he's also batting .370. He's done what he can to
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Feb 16, 2017; Maryvale, AZ, USA; Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Josh Hader (71) warms up before spring training camp at Maryvale Baseball Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports
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Milwaukee Brewers: 3 Players To Watch During Spring Training

The Milwaukee Brewers finished 73-89 in 2016, placing fourth in the National League Central for the second straight season. For a team in the middle of a rebuild, the Brewers weren’t as bad as other teams in the same position. They sent most of their big-name guys, minus Ryan Braun, to competitors, in hopes that they can compete in the near future. The prospects they brought in are ready to
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Sep 14, 2016; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Junior Guerra throws against the Cincinnati Reds during the second inning at Great American Ball Park. Mandatory Credit: David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports
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Milwaukee Brewers 2017 Projected Starting Rotation

If the Milwaukee Brewers want to contend for the playoffs in 2017, their starting rotation is going to have to step up big time. Unfortunately for the Brewers and their fans, the names in their starting five are not exactly guys who will be instilling fear in opposing hitters every night. But maybe they will have a few breakouts. With the Chicago Cubs leading the way, the NL Central is
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Sep 26, 2016; Arlington, TX, USA; Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun (8) during the game against the Texas Rangers at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
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Milwaukee Brewers 2017 Projected Lineup

The Milwaukee Brewers are set to enter the 2017 MLB season facing an uphill battle. After finishing 73-89 last season, the Brew Crew fell a distant 30 and a half games behind the World Series winning Chicago Cubs in the NL Central. With the Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates all in the same division, making it to the playoffs will be far from a given in Milwaukee. In
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MLB Trade Deadline: Three Teams Who Should Sell

A few days ago I wrote about three teams that should be buyers at the trade deadline, so now it's time to look at three teams who should sell. With so many clubs struggling in 2016 there was a number of different avenues you could go with this, but I tried to find clubs that had the most to offer a contending team and who were clearly looking to rebuild
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Red Sox Add Aaron Hill

The Boston Red Sox are the first AL East team to strike a July trade, bringing in infielder Aaron Hill and cash from Milwaukee for a pair of prospects: right-hander Aaron Wilkerson and second baseman Wendell Rijo. After being shipped from Arizona to the Brewers during the offseason, Hill has produced a rebound season of sorts, slashing .283/.359/.421 with eight homers, 11 doubles and 29 RBIs in nearly 300 plate appearances. Now
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MLB: Taylor Jungmann Igniting Lackluster Brewers Pitching Staff

Taylor Jungmann has been one of baseball's best pitchers since his recall from AAA on June 9th. However, very few have seemed to take notice. A reason for his going under the radar could be that Jungmann plays on the Milwaukee Brewers, a team that has vastly underperformed this season. And despite the team's struggles, Jungmann has become one of the league's most promising young pitchers. Selected with the 12th
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MLB: Top Prospect Orlando Arcia Offers Brewers A Chance At Salvation

The Milwaukee Brewers are going nowhere this season. It's a sad truth for fans of the team, but there is simply no chance at a playoff berth with this roster. The only hope at salvation might be trading away star players such as Johnathan Lucroy, Ryan Braun, Carlos Gomez and Jean Segura, and giving some of the young prospects a chance to get acclimated to the major leagues. If the