Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Tyler Thornburg Sets a Franchise Record

Tyler Thornburg set a Milwaukee Brewers franchise record with twenty-three straight outs on Sunday after a strikeout in the eighth inning against the Phillies.

Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com looks at whether the Milwaukee Brewers are close to trading stars Jonathan Lucroy and Ryan Braun away as we start to approach the MLB draft this week.

Braun is also looking for hit number 1500 as the Brew Crew takes on former members Khris Davis and John Axford, as Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

CBS Sports also has a preview of the game in case MLB.com wasn’t enough to satisfy your Brew Crew needs.

The Milwaukee Sentinal Journal as well has a preview of the series matchup with the Oakland A’s.

The Mercury News has the pitching matchups for the series if you’re interested you can check that out here.

With the 2016 draft only days away, Brew Crew Ball continues their draft review; today they take a look at the 2015 draft for the Milwaukee Brewers.

This will also be the first draft with David Stearns at the helm for the Milwaukee Brewers, commenting on the draft Stearns had this to say

“This is a big Draft for us,” Stearns said. “We have an opportunity to add impact talent to our organization.”

“I know it’s a story, especially given our overall strategy to acquire, develop and retain the best young talent we can,” said Stearns, using his preferred euphemisms for rebuilding. “This is a major avenue through which you acquire young talent, so it’s an important day. But it’s going to be an important day for as long as I’m here, and it’s not just the first pick that’s important.”

Also, in Milwaukee Brewers history, Paul Molitor was selected 3rd overall in the MLB Draft.

The Milwaukee Brewers are still 25th in ESPN’s Power Rankings as Disciples of Uecker gives an analysis including just how well Jonathan Villar has been doing as of late.

BP Milwaukee takes a look at players that can make an impact with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2018, given that everyone is discussing the teams rebuild.

Among many other sponsorships with teams, Sports Authority is looking to cut ties with the Milwaukee Brewers.

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