Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Farm System #1

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ICYMI the Milwaukee Brewers have the best farm system in all of Major League Baseball, per MLB.com’s Jim Callis, you can read more on it here.

Of course, Todd Rosiak has a full report card of the Milwaukee Brewers system over the last week, which you can read over at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Miller Park Prospects has their daily rundown of what happened yesterday throughout the Milwaukee Brewers organization. Not everyone in the farm system has been doing well. Tyler Jungmann has been struggling, as well Jorge Lopez has dropped out of the top 100 prospect rankings.

New Milwaukee Brewers prospect, Lewis Brinson, impressed on Wednesday going 4-for-4 including a grand slam in his debut with the AAA Colorado Springs.

Of course with the acquisition of players such as Brinson, the Milwaukee Brewers Top 30 prospect list has been updated to reflect the newest members of the organization.

With the trade deadline gone, the Milwaukee Brewers are transitioning towards a better future. One that might not include Hernan Perez, but the era of Tyler Thornburg has begun without a doubt.

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To no surprise, all the analysts love the haul of prospects which the Milwaukee Brewers picked up at the trade deadline. Perez, along with the Milwaukee Brewers bullpen has been red-hot this entire week.

Unfortunately for the unofficial Milwaukee Brewers 2016 Ace, Junior Guerra, had his first rough (and shortest outing) against the Padres last night. Guerra wasn’t the only Brewer to struggle in the loss yesterday, as the bats were kept relatively quiet.

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