4:05 AM EDT, Mon October 15, 2018
Reviewing the Brew 16 hours ago

Milwaukee Brewers: Orlando Arcia A Silent Stud in October

The Milwaukee Brewers have had a fair share of names to be candidates for their “Postseason MVP” in 2018. From Christian Yelich, Mike Moustakas, and Erik Kratz. But there is another name that should be getting noticed, and that is shortstop Orlando Arcia. Orlando Arcia is playing in the postseason for the first time in […] Milwaukee Brewers: Orlando Arcia A Silent Stud in October - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Kings of Kauffman 18 hours ago

Kansas City Royals: What will Brett Phillips’ 2019 role be?

Brett Phillips was acquired by the Kansas City Royals alongside Jorge Lopez, sending Mike Moustakas to the streaking Milwaukee Brewers. The young, talented Brett Phillips took a backseat role in the Milwaukee Brewers organization due to a plethora of outfield acquisitions in the offseason. So, it made sense to trade him to a team like […] Kansas City Royals: What will Brett Phillips’ 2019 role be? - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Royals Review Oct 13, 2018
Hok Talk: Reliving the Wild Card Game

Hok Talk: Reliving the Wild Card Game

Has it really only been four years? Watching and reading about all the currently ongoing playoff games makes me wish for the good ol’ days of the 2014 playoffs. It makes my heart sing to see Lorenzo Cain cheer and Mike Moustakas drove in game-winning runs. Many of you may not know or remember this but I got my start on Royals Review by doing FanPosts where I attempted to analyze the Win Probability Added of various games. I’m not sure how much anyone else cares about it, but it entertained me a whole heck of a lot so I thought this week we’d go back to my roots and relive my all-time...
Royals Review Oct 12, 2018
National League Championship Series Game 1 open thread

National League Championship Series Game 1 open thread

MOOSE AND CAIN AND MOOSE AND CAIN The Milwaukee Brewers are basically the Royals 2.0, with a small market of lovable players that include many players that were once in the Royals organization like Lorenzo Cain, Mike Moustakas, Joakim Soria, Manny Pina, Jeremy Jeffress, and Erik Kratz. And like the 2014 Royals, they have swept through the post-season undefeated so far, having beat the Cubs in the one-game playoff to determine the division winner, then sweeping the Rockies in three in the NLDS. But now they face the defending league champs, and to be the best, you have to beat the best. The...
Brew Crew Ball Oct 11, 2018
Milwaukee Brewers 2019 arbitration estimates released

Milwaukee Brewers 2019 arbitration estimates released

Holy smokes, that’s a lot of guys. After a couple years of austere payrolls while rebuilding, the Milwaukee Brewers opened the pocketbook back up last offseason. According to Cot’s Contracts, the Brewers began the 2018 season with a payroll close to $91 mil, quite a bit more than the roughly $63 mil figures they opened with in 2016 and 2017. The team took on quite a bit more money as the season went on for players like Gio Gonzalez, Mike Moustakas, etc, and figure to end the year with a total outlay of over $100 mil for the first time since 2014. The increased spending doesn’t figure...
Royals Review Oct 11, 2018
It sure would be nice if Major League Baseball had faith in its actual product

It sure would be nice if Major League Baseball had faith in its actual product

Baseball is great, but you wouldn’t know it from how the league talks about it The Milwaukee Brewers are one of the great stories of this 2018 Major League Baseball season. Over last offseason, they traded for Christian Yelich and signed Lorenzo Cain, the cornerstones of an aggressive year where the Brewers actively sought to compete. In July, they traded for Mike Moustakas, shoring up their offense by adding a quality left-handed bat. It worked out. Yelich is the National League MVP frontrunner, Cain is likely to accrue some MVP votes himself, and Moustakas authoritatively cracked the...
Brew Crew Ball Oct 9, 2018
Mike Moustakas may be open to returning to the Milwaukee Brewers in 2019

Mike Moustakas may be open to returning to the Milwaukee Brewers in 2019

He has a mutual option for next year. Mike Moustakas looked like an imperfect fit for the Milwaukee Brewers when he was acquired from the Kansas City Royals for Brett Phillips and Jorge Lopez in advance of the July non-waiver trade deadline. But the addition of Moustakas, and the near seamless transition that incumbent third baseman Travis Shaw has made to the keystone, has proven to be a boon for the Brewers down the stretch and into the postseason. In 54 regular season games after joining Milwaukee, Moustakas produced a solid .256/.326/.441 slash (103 wRC+) with 8 home runs while...
Sconnie Sports Talk Oct 8, 2018

Milwaukee Brewers: Crew reaches NLCS after sweeping Colorado in NLDS

The Milwaukee Brewers advanced to the NLCS on Sunday after sweeping the Colorado Rockies 3-0 in the NLDS. The Crew allowed only two runs to the Rockies, the fewest in NLDS history. In addition, those two runs came in the first game of the series, which finished on a Mike Moustakas RBI single in the […]
Reviewing the Brew Oct 7, 2018

Milwaukee Brewers: Will Mike Moustakas Be Brought Back Next Year?

The Milwaukee Brewers acquired Mike Moustakas from the Royals near the end of July. Since then, he’s been a tremendous addition with not only his on-field production but his postseason experience and clubhouse presence. After the July 21st trade deadline came and passed, the plan for the Milwaukee Brewers seemed obvious. Jonathan Schoop had an […] Milwaukee Brewers: Will Mike Moustakas Be Brought Back Next Year? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Oct 3, 2018
A revised Milwaukee Brewers NLDS roster prediction

A revised Milwaukee Brewers NLDS roster prediction

I’m taking a second crack at this. The opponent is set: the Colorado Rockies will continue their epic journey by coming to Milwaukee for tomorrow’s first NLDS game. I’ve put together a 25 man roster for this series previously, but have tweaked it (in my mind). Here you go: C- Manny Pina, Erik Kratz IF - Jesus Aguilar, Travis Shaw, Mike Moustakas, Orlando Arcia, Jonathan Schoop, and Hernan Perez OF - Christian Yelich, Lorenzo Cain, Ryan Braun, Curtis Granderson, Domingo Santana, Keon Broxton SP: Wade Miley, Gio Gonzalez, Jhoulys Chacin RP: Jeremy Jeffress, Josh Hader, Corey...

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    Jeremy Jeffress

    Milwaukee Brewers: What should be done with Jeremy Jeffress?

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    Erik Kratz

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