The MLB Trade Deadline is fast approaching and the Milwaukee Brewers have been hot names throughout the rumor mill. There have been other names out there as well and our own Steven Jewell looks at a possible trade for Mike Trout.
Another player that has frequently come up in the trade rumors has been reliever Jeremy Jeffress, who has been posting a lower strikeout rate as BP Milwaukee took a deeper look at his strikeout rate. The team is also looking to sell Jonathan Lucroy, but at a very high premium.
David Stearns has also been active in trade talks, trying to use his magic to bring in more prospects to help further the rebuild along.
One of the Milwaukee Brewers top pitching prospects underwent Tommy John surgery and Ace Schneider has a full rundown on how that affects the rebuild. BP Milwaukee had an alternative look at the Milwaukee Brewers pitching development affected by the surgery.
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Isan Diaz was impressive in his game yesterday posting the following stat line:
You can read about it and the rest of the perfomances in the Milwaukee Brewers organization over at Miller Park Prospects.
Outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis has been a hot hitter at home per Curt Hogg of MLB.com. As of this writing, the Milwaukee Brewers are up 4-0 against the Cubs as the look to try for a series victory against an impressive Cubs squad.
Finally Brewers reddit is having a discussion of who they think are the greatest Milwaukee Brewers of all time. You can join in the discussion here.
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