Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: The Brew Crew Is Meh
Going forward throughout the rest of the season Today’s Knuckleball has the Milwaukee Brewers in the group of ‘Anywhere from Meh to Ugh’. Ranked right at 22 from TK, it’s slightly higher than ESPN’s power rankings.
The Milwaukee Brewers come in at 24 in ESPN’s Power Ranking and Gabe Stolz of Disciples of Uecker has a full rundown of the ratings from ESPN. Junior Guerra is on the mound tonight, in a rookie showdown against the Pirates Jameson Taillon, Cody Pace of MLB.com has a full preview.
Jeremy Jeffress is finding peace in life and on the mound, as Fox 6 took a full look at how far he has come. He’s producing at a high enough level that other teams have been interested in possibly trading the Milwaukee Brewers for him.
Of course, that doesn’t mean either side of a trade for Jeffress would result in a positive note. As the second half of the season starts to barrel down the tracks, Brew Crew Ball takes a look at the premium of rest days the Milwaukee Brewers will get moving forward.
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BP Milwaukee breaks down the level of play that Scooter Gennett performs at as a starting second baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers. He can after all, hit against lefties.
Center Field play, has been a totally different story, and Michael Reed could provide a better result there as our own Michael Marcus points out. You can also see the full rundown of how the Milwaukee Brewers organization performed yesterday at Miller Park Prospects.
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