Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: MLB Draft Starts Tomorrow

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May 4, 2016; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell watches the game against the Los Angeles Angels in the sixth inning at Miller Park. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
May 4, 2016; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell watches the game against the Los Angeles Angels in the sixth inning at Miller Park. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports /
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Brew Crew Ball has a basic breakdown of how the MLB Draft works, just in case you need a quick refresher before the Milwaukee Brewers make their first pick.

Our own Ace Schneider also has a look at who the Brewers could draft.

Kyle L of BCB also has some potential picks the Brew Crew could make in the draft, including a left handed and right handed pitcher.

You can also look at the last ten years of Milwaukee Brewers first-round draft picks, including the likes of Jeremy Jeffress and Taylor Jungmann.

Ryan Braun notched the 1,500 hit of his career in the game yesterday as the Milwaukee Brewers won the first game of their series with the A’s 5-4.

Zachary Davies had another strong outing for the Brew Crew as well, throwing a no-hitter into the seventh inning, while Jeffress notched his sixteenth save of the season.

Chris Carter also had a hot bat in the win yesterday, hitting two home runs and accounting for all five of the Milwaukee Brewers runs.

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Disciples of Uecker has an excellent write up on the status of the Milwaukee Brewers farm system as we are creeping closer towards the all-star game.

Our own Steven Jewell also took a look at how the Brewers affiliate the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers did in the month of May

Seth Victor of BP Milwaukee analyzes the impending return of Will Smith to the Milwaukee Brewers bullpen and that affect which it will have.

Ryan Romano, also of BP Milwaukee, discusses pitching prospect Jhan Marinez and his sinker along with the rest of his pitching repertoire.

In tragic news, former Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Ruben Quevedo passed away at 37, Quevedo played for the Milwaukee Brewers from 2003-2007 compiling a 5.66 ERA in 238.1 innings of work.

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