With the number 5 pick in the draft, the Milwaukee Brewers selected OF Corey Ray from the University of Louisville.
He’s also the first Chicago prospect to be a top ten draft pick since 1989. The Milwaukee Brewers also took a third baseman in the second round. All in all, they had three selections on the first day of the draft.
Meanwhile, Travis Sarandos of BP Milwaukee has a look at a potential future ace for the MIlwukee Brewers.
Brew Crew Ball is keeping track of all the action for the 2016 draft.
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Meanwhile, the Milwaukee Brewers are going to focus on drafting pitchers in the second round.
While the Milwaukee Brewers are drafting prospects Miller Park Prospects has a round up of how the farm system did yesterday.
The Milwaukee Brewers are playing competitive ball during the first year of the rebuild, and that bodes well for the future Jordan Fremstad reports.
Not only is Ryan Braun having an all-star season, but he’s also improved his plate discipline, the first out on third has all the details. The blog notes that Braun is the 19th best hitter in all of the MLB with a WRC+ of 145.
Former closer for the Milwaukee Brewers K-Rod recently recorded his 400th save and to honor the event, he acquired a pair of commemorative shoes.
Cait Covers The Bases also had a neat little write up on some Milwaukee Brewers players visiting the Fisher House.