Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Minor League Edition
Each year we discuss the ethics of minor league pay, and each year passes. Recently the Save America’s Pasttime Act was introduced to Congress, and Nicholas Zettel of BP Milwaukee has a full rundown of all the implications including how it affects the Milwaukee Brewers.
It only took 17 starts (combined between MLB and MiLB), but Taylor Jungmann final had a quality start, allowing just one error and striking out five over six innings. Cody Ponce also had a strong week last week for Brevard County.
Miller Park Prospects has a full rundown of all that happened yesterday around the Milwaukee Brewers’ organization. Including, how the minor leaguers did in their respective games. Will Middlebrooks, who started the season with AAA Colorado Springs is making the most of his chance to play in Miller Park with the Milwaukee Brewers.
The Milwaukee Brewers also signed a 25th-round draft pick earlier this week. In the Futures game, Josh Hader put on display his stuff showing why he’s well on his way to a solid career with the Milwaukee Brewers organization.
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Yadiel Rivera wishes to play regularly in the Milwaukee Brewers organization, one of the reasons he was sent down to Colorado Springs, according to Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Todd Rosiak, also of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, discusses the up and down year Milwaukee Brewers’ prospects are having this year.
Of course, the minors aren’t the only thing happening with the Milwaukee Brewers, there are some bold predictions going for the second half of the season and you can read them all here.
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