With the help of former prospects, the Milwaukee Brewers were able to defeat the Phillies yesterday.
Of course having some of your player’s homer in the game helps as well, especially when the other team can’t get their bats going.
"“He’s an offensive player, for sure,” manager Craig Counsell said of Santana, who went 2 for 4 with two runs scored and a walk in addition to his homer. “He’s got some slug, too, so he can add quick offense like he did today. He does make a difference, certainly."
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The draft starts this weekend, and Tom Haudricourt discusses the risks of taking high school pitchers in the first round and that the Milwaukee Brewers are aware of said risks.
Kyle L of BP Milwaukee also discussed the minors and the harsh realities of being a prospect.
Another Brewers prospect is on FSL All-Star Roster giving the Milwaukee Brewers fans a pleasant outlook of the farm system.