In Shaun’s first mailbag, he tackles which Jake Arrieta will appear in 2017, Matt Garza, and who is the best. The best at what? Well…
When it comes to potential and promise, we cling to age, ability, and hope. For Milwaukee’s 27-year-old Wily Peralta, is it time to just admit defeat?
The Milwaukee Brewers rotation had a lot of issues this past year. How does it look months away from the 2016 season?
As we end August, the Toronto Blue Jays are cruising while the Seattle Mariners have hit the restart button.
The Brewers need to rebuild. Here’s how they might go about doing that.
As the temperature outside my Milwaukee home heats up close to forty degrees for the second consecutive day, I can feel a proper Spring right around the corner
Garza’s 4-year contract that guarantees $50MM is the biggest free agent contract given out in the history of the Milwaukee Brewers organization.
The way of the small-market club has always been to get the most sensible deal out there. Two teams did just that this week with reasonable deals involving Balfour and Garza.
It will be interesting to see how quickly it takes one team to sign Garza after Tanaka comes off the board. Garza has never been an elite starting pitcher and he never will be, but he’s going to cost a relatively fair price while being more consistent than Santana and Jimenez.
The offense has been on fire during August and the pitching has been equally stellar.