Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Jonathan Lucroy Is Back

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The Milwaukee Brewers catcher has put himself back in the best catcher in baseball conversation with the highest WAR among catchers.

Our own Ace Schneider has a look at just how well Jonathan Lucroy has been painting the strike zone.

With Lucroy likely to be traded this season, Milwaukee Park Prospects takes a look at potential draft picks at the catching position to help give depth there for the Brewers.

Or you can head over the BP Milwaukee and look at the geography of every Milwaukee Brewers draft pick ever. It’s cool to see that a lot of the players drafted by the Brewers are from the west coast.

More from Reviewing the Brew

In case you missed the action yesterday, Chase Anderson was impressive on the mound in the win yesterday against the Athletics.

The MLB Draft starts today, and here’s a quick primer for you to read. You can also read this good piece on the draft from Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinal.  The Milwaukee Brewers have the number five pick in this year’s draft.

Jacob Nottingham has been playing well enough with Biloxi to garner some attention outside of the Brewers’ sphere.He’s not the only prospect to do so.

Also, you can look at all the Milwaukee Brewers’ prospects selected to be all-stars in their respective league. Five of which are part of the Brewers’ affiliate the Biloxi Shuckers.

While you’re there, you can head over to Miller Park Prospects and see what happened yesterday around the farm system.

The Milwaukee Brewers are opening a four-game series against the Mets tonight at Miller Park; you can read a preview of the match-up here. Jimmy Nelson is getting the nod for the series opener as he looks to have another strong start for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Finally, it seems that the Milwaukee Brewers have been more competitive than you’re giving them credit for.

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