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Milwaukee Brewers Untapped: Arcia’s Time Has Arrived

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Apr 14, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Chris Capuano (39) throws against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals won the game 7-0. Mandatory Credit: Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 14, 2016; St. Louis, MO, USA; Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Chris Capuano (39) throws against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals won the game 7-0. Mandatory Credit: Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports /
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Just three games after being called up by the Milwaukee Brewers top prospect Orlando Arcia recorded his first big league hit in the loss last night.

It’s been an eventful month for the Milwaukee Brewers, including plenty of acquisitions via the trade deadline, and BP Milwaukee has a full rundown of everything which happened. The trade deadline has resulted in plenty of positive ROI’s for the Milwaukee Brewers.

The Milwaukee Brewers, were, for the most part, graded as trade deadline winners, a few exceptions include Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball. Heyman concludes (wrongly) that the Milwaukee Brewers were losers in the trade deadline.

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The trade deadline also left the Milwaukee Brewers completely without a lefty in the bullpen. Chris Capuano is eyeing a return to the mound before the season ends, and if he does the Milwaukee Brewers would once again have a lefty in the bullpen.

You can read a full rundown of everything which happened in the Milwaukee Brewers organization, over at Miller Park Prospects. We are starting a comparison series here at Reviewing the Brew, featuring the Milwaukee Brewers of past and present. You can find out more at the introductory article here.

Matt Garza and company take on the D-Backs in game two of their series tonight, you can read a full preview over at MLB.com. Garza takes on lefty Patrick Corbin, in his last start against the D-Backs Garza posted a quality start.

It’s only one of two quality starts that the righty has posted so far this season, and he has struggled in his last five starts for the Milwaukee Brewers.

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