4:24 PM EDT, Sun October 13, 2019
Reviewing the Brew 14 hours ago

Milwaukee Brewers: Off-season decisions – Starting Pitching

The Milwaukee Brewers will have to answer several questions about their starting rotation during the upcoming off season. Who stays, who goes, and who could the Brewers bring in? Starting pitching depth was expected to be a strength of the 2019 Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers were lucky that they had options, but it’s hard to […] Milwaukee Brewers: Off-season decisions – Starting Pitching - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew 19 hours ago

Milwaukee Brewers: 2019 Season Report Card for LHP Brent Suter

The Milwaukee Brewers definitely had their struggles in the bullpen this season. Brent Suter, who we’ll be discussing in this article, who was out for most of the 2019 season. After being out for the second half of the 2018 season due to Tommy John surgery, LHP Brent Suter came back into the 2019 season in […] Milwaukee Brewers: 2019 Season Report Card for LHP Brent Suter - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Oct 12, 2019
Milwaukee Brewers 2020 arbitration estimates released

Milwaukee Brewers 2020 arbitration estimates released

Photo by Will Newton/ That’s even more guys than last year! The Milwaukee Brewers are firmly within the competitive window of The Christian Yelich Era, and as such the franchise has seen payroll increase dramatically over the past few years. In 2017, Milwaukee’s first winning season under the David Stearns regime and the year before Yelich arrived, the club opened with a payroll that was just a hair over $60 mil and ranked lowest in baseball by season’s end. The Yelich and Lorenzo Cain additions helped boost Opening Day payroll to almost $91 mil for the following season, and then...
Brew Crew Ball Oct 11, 2019
What went wrong for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2019

What went wrong for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2019

Photo by Jeff Wheeler/Star Tribune via Young starters fail, electric dudes not present and accounted for, sluggers don’t slug, and an MVP not available at most important time In a year when the Milwaukee Brewers make the playoffs, the focus should probably be more on what went right than what went wrong. Unfortunately the Brewers had a lot go wrong in 2019. In fact it is a testament to the resiliency of this team that they were able to make their September run and get to the playoffs. With that said, the Brewers were still hindered mightily by what went wrong. The list below is not...
Brew Crew Ball Oct 11, 2019
2019 Most Valuable Brewers Poll #5

2019 Most Valuable Brewers Poll #5

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports Cast your vote for the most valuable Brewers! Sadly, the 2019 Championship Season has concluded for our Milwaukee Brewers, and the annual six month depression that is the baseball offseason has begun. We were treated to a thrilling September run by our Cream City Nine for the second year in a row, as they wound up winning 89 games and qualifying as the National League’s second Wild Card entrant to the playoffs before getting ousted in the single game, win-or-go-home matchup. The defeat was a tough pill to swallow as the season concluded, but the team should...