Which of these arms impressed you most during the 2010-2019 campaigns?
by: Tim Dierkes — MLB Trade Rumors 27 May
Help us pick some Brewers.
by: Jason Wilson — The Score 25 May
With the 2020 season on pause, theScore's MLB editors graded each team's front office by the moves made since Nov. 1, 2017. For executives hired following that date, only the moves they made after taking over were graded. Grades are relative to what...
by: Andy Singer — Start Spreading the News 22 May
It’s been a couple of months since we had a mailbag. Without baseball and given the state of current affairs, I know there’s a lot less baseball on people’s minds. However, as questions come into the mailbag, albeit much more slowly than normal, I...
by: Bryan Hoch — MLB: Yankees 20 May
The time-honored saying is that no lead is considered safe at Fenway Park, and yet the Red Sox had to feel good about their chances on the afternoon of April 21, 2012, holding a commanding 9-0 lead over the rival Yankees through five innings. A...
by: Brandon Wile — The Score 18 May
With the 2020 season on pause, theScore's MLB editors graded each team's front office by the moves made since Nov. 1, 2017. For executives hired following that date, only the moves they made after taking over were graded. Only the most notable...
by: Tom Mitsoff — SweetSpot: Redleg Nation 15 May
Eugenio Suarez broke out of an offensive slump with three hits, including his team-leading 12th home run, and two runs batted in to lead the Cincinnati Reds (21-24) to a 9-5 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers (24-22) at Great American Ball Park....
by: Paul Bretl — Fansided: Dairy Land Express 7 May
Through 37 games in Baseball Reference's simulated season, the Milwaukee Brewers sit 5 games below .500 and 4th in the NL Central. With no real baseball be...
by: NEIL GreenbergWashington Post — Press Democrat 7 May
Major League Baseball is reportedly discussing 'a radical plan' that would eliminate the traditional American and National Leagues for 2020 and realign all six divisions for an abbreviated season.
by: Ben Clemens — FanGraphs 5 May
Our bullpen is, at this current moment, mostly made of duct tape and fervent prayers. Let's fix that.
by: RONALD BLUM Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 5 May
Every game added to the big league schedule earns players about $24 million in aggregate, with 65 players earning at least $100,000 per game, according to an analysis of their
by: Alexis Brudnicki — MLB: Blue Jays 4 May
Thomas Hatch could not have made a stronger first impression with the Blue Jays. The 25-year-old right-hander was acquired by Toronto from the Cubs ahead of the Trade Deadline last year in exchange for David Phelps, and he spent his final six starts...
A cancelled 2020 MLB season would create some challenging questions about the direction of the Milwaukee Brewers
by: Kyle Lesniewski — SB Nation: Brew Crew Ball 26 Apr
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by: Jeff Todd — MLB Trade Rumors 24 Apr
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