Milwaukee Brewers’ starter Jimmy Nelson has been struggling as of late, but Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports that a deeper analysis show’s that Nelson hasn’t been struggling as much as you think.
Since returning to the Milwaukee Brewers Matt Garza has shown promise putting in two quality starts. Jack Moore of BP Milwaukee explores the possibility that Garza will pitch his way out of the Milwaukee Brewers rebuild. Which, in money terms is quite pricey.
Garza dealt six scoreless innings and allowed just five hits in his latest outing against the Dodgers. It’s been fourteen years since the Milwaukee Brewers have played in the Oakland Coliseum, they end their drought tonight, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a full preview here.
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As if Taylor Jungmann hadn’t been struggling enough, the Milwaukee Brewers have sent him to Arizona to regroup with the rookies. Speaking of the AZL Brewers, Miller Park Prospects has a full preview of their upcoming season.
The Biloxi Shuckers have had impressive performances throughout the first half of the season from the likes of Brett Phillips.
As well they have a full roundup of everything that happened around the Milwaukee Brewers organization yesterday. The heart of the Milwaukee Brewers order has been the best combination this season in the NL according to FS Wisconsin.
With Jonathan Lucroy and Ryan Braun playing so well, they could find themselves being trading away from the Milwaukee Brewers as they trading deadline looms closer. According to Rant Sports, they aren’t the only players on the Brew Crew to play like All-Stars so far this season.
Chris Capuano, who has been on the DL, had a setback after pitching a simulated game. The Milwaukee Brewers have had many of their draft-picks sign, but Ace Scheider thinks that one has a tough call on whether to sign or not.