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Feb 22, 2017
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Thames put up monster numbers across three seasons in South Korea. Now with the Brewers, his sleeper status is growing, but is he worth taking a chance on?
numberFire Feb 22, 2017
Fantasy Baseball: Eric Thames Is a Worthwhile Gamble

Fantasy Baseball: Eric Thames Is a Worthwhile Gamble

Thames put up monster numbers across three seasons in South Korea. Now with the Brewers, his sleeper status is growing, but is he worth taking a chance on?
Call to the Pen Feb 21, 2017

Brewers Optimistic Eric Thames’ Power Will Translate to MLB

One of the biggest buy-low, question mark free agents of the offseason was former outfielder Eric Thames, who spent the last three seasons in the Korea Baseball Organization. The Brewers decided to take a chance on Thames, signing him to a three-year, $16 million contract with an option for 2020. After witnessing the Pirates get a steal in […] Brewers Optimistic Eric Thames’ Power Will Translate to MLB - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
MLB Trade Rumors Feb 20, 2017

Central Notes: Thames, Turner, Tigers

After three years in Korea, Eric Thames is back in the big leagues with the Brewers on a three-year, $16MM deal the team hopes will make him a better deal than former first baseman Chris Carter, Tyler Kepner of the New York Times writes. Carter, of course, hit 41 home runs last season but struck…
Brewers by position: Eric Thames has something to prove at first base

Brewers by position: Eric Thames has something to prove at first base

Eric Thames seeks to use his Korean breakthrough as a springboard for big things in the majors.        

2017 Fantasy Baseball draft strategy: How will Eric Thames' numbers translate?

How good can Eric Thames be? When is he worth the risk in drafts? Chris Towers takes a look.
Jays Journal Feb 10, 2017

Will former Blue Jay Eric Thames produce at an elite level in the MLB?

Eric Thames made his professional debut with the Blue Jays organization in 2009 with Dunedin, working his way up the system until his first call-up, 2 years later in May of 2011. His career seemed promising, but after a short left field battle with Travis Snider, ultimately Thames found himself traded for reliever Steve Delabar, and […] Will former Blue Jay Eric Thames produce at an elite level in the MLB? - Jays Journal - Jays Journal - A Toronto Blue Jays Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Feb 1, 2017
What We Learned: Ehire Adrianza joins the roster

What We Learned: Ehire Adrianza joins the roster

The Brewers added to their infield depth yesterday with the addition of infielder Ehire Adrianza. We discuss that and more in today’s What We Learned. Countdown to P&C Report: 13Countdown to Opening Day: 61 Brewers News and Notes Links from BCB Milwaukee Brewers Claim Ehire Adrianza off Waivers from Giants, DFA Rob Scahill | Kyle Lesniewski, BCB The Brewers made a roster move yesterday, adding infielder Ehire Adrianza and designated pitcher Rob Scahill for assignment. The Forgotten Man at Brewers On Deck: Eric Thames | eddiemathews, BCB One of the players that didn’t get a lot of...
Reviewing The Brew Jan 31, 2017

Predicting the Milwaukee Brewers 2017 Lineups

How will the Milwaukee Brewers line up their hitters in 2017? The Milwaukee Brewers have acquired some fresh faces for 2017, including three likely members of the starting lineup. ‎ Alejandro Prez C Andrew Susac, 3B Travis Shaw, and 1B Eric Thames should all make the team’s Opening Day lineup. But how will they be […] Predicting the Milwaukee Brewers 2017 Lineups - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Jan 30, 2017
The Forgotten Man at Brewers On Deck: Eric Thames

The Forgotten Man at Brewers On Deck: Eric Thames

Well, not really... Last November, Brewer fans were somewhat surprised at the non-tender and subsequent release of NL homer champ Chris Carter, many were downright shocked by the signing of former major leaguer Eric Thames from the Korean Baseball Organization’s NC Dinos. In two major league seasons with Baltimore and Seattle, Thames produced a slash line of .250/.296/.431, with 21 homers in 633 at bats (684 plate appearances). That’s a 162 game average of 32 doubles, 7 triples, and 19 homers. Not exactly an imposing presence in the lineup, but not horrible, either; certainly better...

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