11:52 PM EST, Fri February 15, 2019
Brew Crew Ball 8 hours ago
Milwaukee Brewers sign Jay Jackson to minor league deal

Milwaukee Brewers sign Jay Jackson to minor league deal

He’ll get a chance to compete for a spot in the bullpen as he attempts to return from Japan. Pitchers and catchers have already reported to AmFam Fields of Phoenix for Spring Training with the Milwaukee Brewers, but there will soon be another hurler joining the group of non-roster invitees vying for a spot with the team when they head north to begin the regular season. Earlier today, the club announced a minor league deal with right-handed reliever Jay Jackson: RHP Jay Jackson has been signed to a minor-league contract with an invitation to Major League camp.— Milwaukee Brewers...
Reviewing the Brew 10 hours ago

Milwaukee Brewers Top Prospects List: #1 2B Keston Hiura

We started this list 15 days ago with Cody Ponce getting our 2019 Milwaukee Brewers Top Prospects list going. We’ve now reached the end of our list with the top prospect in the Brewers system. The top spot on our Milwaukee Brewers prospects list goes to second baseman Keston Hiura. As if there would be […] Milwaukee Brewers Top Prospects List: #1 2B Keston Hiura - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball 12 hours ago
MiLB.com ranks the Brewers’ farm system 15th in baseball

MiLB.com ranks the Brewers’ farm system 15th in baseball

Milwaukee barely makes it into the top half of baseball MiLB.com has put the Milwaukee Brewers’ farm system in the top-half of baseball, but just barely. According to the website, the Crew have the 15th-best pipeline of its competing MLB teams. A lot of this ranking is carried by super prospect Keston Hiura. Still, MiLB.com takes time to see the benefits that are happening throughout the farm system. The site points out that Ray and Dubon are right beside Hiura as players who can have a great impact on the 2019 Brewers. It also takes a moment to mention the lower-tier prospects like...
Brew Crew Ball 13 hours ago
Milwaukee Brewers plummet 20 spots in the Baseball America organizational talent rankings

Milwaukee Brewers plummet 20 spots in the Baseball America organizational talent rankings

The Crew is back in the 20’s for the first time since 2015 Baseball America has released its 2019 MLB organization talent rankings, and the outcome doesn’t bode well for the Milwaukee Brewers. The publisher ranked Milwaukee at 26th overall, well down from the 6th place position they held to start 2018. The decline has two predominant causes: trades and graduations. Many of the players that helped propel the Milwaukee Nine’s system are gone. Whether it was Brandon Woodruff and Freddy Peralta coming out of eligibility, or players like Brett Phillips, Isan Diaz and Luis Ortiz being sent...
Brew Crew Ball 14 hours ago
American Family to pay twice as much as MillerCoors for naming rights of Milwaukee stadium

American Family to pay twice as much as MillerCoors for naming rights of Milwaukee stadium

Brewers will be getting about $4 mil per year from AmFam. Miller Park is as aptly named a ballpark as there is in MLB. When the Milwaukee Brewers organization agreed that American Family Insurance would take over naming rights in 2021 of what was/is Miller Park, the emotional response was intense. The anger and frustration from the Brewers’ fan base comes from what will amount to a 20 year relationship with Miller Brewing Company who was once headquartered in Milwaukee and employed a number of its residents. Over almost 20 years, there have been a lot of memories made in that ballpark. An...