12:23 PM EST, Tue January 21, 2020
Reviewing the Brew 11 hours ago

Will Luis Urias make the Brewers Opening Day roster?

The Milwaukee Brewers are at a crossroads of sorts at shortstop. Should they stay the course with Orlando Arcia or give top prospect Luis Urias a shot? There’s a non-zero chance that shortstop Luis Urias is the best acquisition of the Milwaukee Brewers off season. The Brewers flipped Trent Grisham and Zach Davies to the […] Will Luis Urias make the Brewers Opening Day roster? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew 13 hours ago

Brewers Rumors: Crew has interest in Pedro Strop

Long time Cubs reliever Pedro Strop is drawing interest in the free agent pool. Are the Brewers one of these teams? How much may he cost? Will he rebound in 2020? Besides his former team, other teams interested include the Marlins, Rangers, and Brewers. As of January 20, 2020 it is reported that Strop is […] Brewers Rumors: Crew has interest in Pedro Strop - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew 14 hours ago

Should the Brewers Get Involved In Nolan Arenado Trade Talks?

The Nolan Arenado trade conversation just took an interesting turn on Monday night. For most of the offseason, it’s been speculated that the Colorado Rockies would trade superstar third baseman Nolan Arenado just one year after signing him to an eight-year contract extension. While there was never a direct link to the Milwaukee Brewers, the […] Should the Brewers Get Involved In Nolan Arenado Trade Talks? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball 19 hours ago
Brewers among teams interested in Pedro Strop, per report

Brewers among teams interested in Pedro Strop, per report

Photo by Quinn Harris/ Could a longtime foe soon join the Brewers’ bullpen? We’re less than a month away from pitchers and catchers reporting to Spring Training in Phoenix, but that doesn’t mean David Stearns is done looking for improvements. With most of his attention spent trying to plug multiple holes across the diamond, it’s worth noting he hasn’t done much to address another potential question mark heading into the 2020 season — the bullpen. That may be changing, at least according to one report. Ben Nicholson-Smith from Sportsnet (and formerly MLB Trade Rumors) says the...
Reviewing the Brew 21 hours ago

Reviewing The Brew: My FanSided 2020 Mock Hall Of Fame Ballot

The National Baseball Hall Of Fame is about to announce it’s Class of 2020 in the coming days, and we here at FanSided decided to make a ballot process of our own. The BBWAA is in charge of voting on the candidates for the baseball Hall of Fame each year. 75% of all votes is […] Reviewing The Brew: My FanSided 2020 Mock Hall Of Fame Ballot - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball 23 hours ago
Vegas betting lines peg Brewers for 85 wins in 2020

Vegas betting lines peg Brewers for 85 wins in 2020

Photo by George Rose/ Are you feeling lucky? We seem to be getting somewhat of a baseline of expectations for the 2020 Milwaukee Brewers, at least at the national level. After ZiPS projections pegged the Brewers for somewhere between 85 and 89 wins in the upcoming season, updated betting lines among Vegas sports books seem to be falling in the same general area. William Hill Betting is currently setting the line at 85 wins for the 2020 Brewers. That’s squarely in the middle of the league, ranking 15th in baseball and 7th in the National League, behind Los Angeles (98.5), Atlanta (92),...
Brew Crew Ball Jan 20, 2020
Milwaukee’s Tailgate Brewers Podcast: Are the Brewers cheating, ZiPS projections and where the NL Central stands

Milwaukee’s Tailgate Brewers Podcast: Are the Brewers cheating, ZiPS projections and where the NL Central stands

Thoughts on the cheating scandal and who’s the favorite in the NL Central a month away from spring training beginning It’s been a quiet week as far as Brewers news goes, but that wasn’t the case across the rest of the league. Ryan Topp, Paul Noonan and myself talk about the Astros’ cheating scandal and the Brewers getting accused of cheating during the 2018 NLDS, as well as ZiPS projecting the Brewers to be in the running for another playoff spot and rumors about the Cardinals being interested in Nolan Arenado. You can listen here, as well as on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and just...
Reviewing the Brew Jan 19, 2020

Brewers: Is 2020 the year that Bobby Wahl steps up?

The Milwaukee Brewers were expecting reliever Bobby Wahl to grow into an important role with the bullpen in 2019. That didn’t happen. Is 2020 the year that Wahl puts it together? Last off season, the Milwaukee Brewers traded outfielder Keon Broxton to the New York Mets for a trio of prospects. Adam Hill has already […] Brewers: Is 2020 the year that Bobby Wahl steps up? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew Jan 19, 2020

Brewers: This off-season has been a disappointment

With free agency nearing its conclusion, it’s safe to say this off-season has been a major letdown for the Milwaukee Brewers. Believe or not, Spring training is just a few short weeks away. However, the excitement that would typically surround that news is likely muted for many Milwaukee Brewers fans. With most of the major […] Brewers: This off-season has been a disappointment - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew Jan 18, 2020

When does 2020 Spring Training start for the Brewers?

It may not look like it based on the amount of snow on the ground, but Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training is right around the corner. Let’s review key dates and what to expect when the team heads to Arizona. Pitchers and catchers will be jogging on practice fields in just over three weeks. When will […] When does 2020 Spring Training start for the Brewers? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Jan 18, 2020
Milwaukee Brewers 2020 Payroll Projection: Update 3

Milwaukee Brewers 2020 Payroll Projection: Update 3

Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/ Another player added, and a couple of arbitration cases to be settled. After making their first postseason in seven years and riding a late-season hot streak that propelled them to the NLCS, the Milwaukee Brewers opened up the pocketbooks like never before heading into the 2019 season. Splashy one-year signings of Yasmani Grandal and Mike Moustakas headlined the offseason dealings of David Stearns, and the club opened the year with a franchise-record payroll approaching $123 mil. Even more money was added to the ledger as a result of myriad trades and signings...
Reviewing the Brew Jan 17, 2020

Could Cody Allen rebuild his value with the Brewers?

The Milwaukee Brewers still need a veteran right-hander to add depth to their bullpen. Should they look to add former closer Cody Allen? The Brewers have been bargain hunting for most of the off season. They added budget-friendly options to the starting rotation in Josh Lindblom and Brett Anderson. They added corner infielders who didn’t […] Could Cody Allen rebuild his value with the Brewers? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Jan 17, 2020
Rockies pitching coach suggests Brewers may have stolen signs during 2018 NLDS

Rockies pitching coach suggests Brewers may have stolen signs during 2018 NLDS

Russell Lansford-USA TODAY Sports Colorado’s pitching coach says he was suspicious about how the Brewers reacted to sliders in their sweep of the Rockies Baseball’s electronic sign stealing scandal came to a head this week, with the league’s official findings leading to the firing of a general manager and three managers. The far-reaching effects of the cheating scheme has led to questions on who else may be involved — and a level of paranoia that we haven’t seen since the years following the steroid era. The Brewers have occasionally been brought up as persons of interest this...
Brew Crew Ball Jan 17, 2020
Milwaukee Brewers trade target: Robbie Ray

Milwaukee Brewers trade target: Robbie Ray

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports A potential ace or a pipe dream? The Milwaukee Brewers have been quite busy this offseason. They've lost players like Yasmani Grandal, Mike Moustakas, Eric Thames, Travis Shaw, Jimmy Nelson, and many more. They have in turn acquired a plethora of players like Luis Urias, Avisail Garcia, Omar Narvaez, Justin Smoak, and Jedd Gyorko (among others) to fill the multitude of empty roster spots. With all of the transactions completed to date, projection systems indicate a solid season from the Brew Crew. Depth seems to be the emphasis point for David Stearns as...
Brew Crew Ball Jan 17, 2020
Carlos Gomez to retire, and he wants to do it with the Milwaukee Brewers

Carlos Gomez to retire, and he wants to do it with the Milwaukee Brewers

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ Gomez was one of the top players for the franchise during the past decade. After a long and successful career in Major League Baseball, outfielder Carlos Gomez is ready to hang up his cleats. The 13-year veteran is currently playing for Águilas Cibaeñas in the Dominican Winter League playoffs, and his plan is to retire following the conclusion of postseason play. According to Rolando E. Fermín, Gomez hopes to formally announce his retirement at the outset of the 2020 MLB season with the Milwaukee Brewers. El OF @RealCarlosGomez anunciará su retiro...

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