The Milwaukee Brewers are an organization caught between grasping at contention (they won't) and a full-scale tank job (they're not). Joe Peta says that makes forecasting their win total tough.
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Red Sox setup man Tyler Thornburg is sidelined with an injury that will likely prevent him from starting the season on time.
As the 2013 Astros proved, tearing things down can lead to a faster turnaround on and off the field for losing teams. Should the Brewers be following suit?
The Brewers can generate excitement for the future if their young position players show off their speed, but they'll need to get on base first.
The Rangers are looking for pitching help and reportedly had officials at Wily Peralta's weekend start.
The Brewers are giving away a bobblehead of Robin Yount riding a motorcycle on May 28. We break down every date baseball fans should circle for 2017.
Arcia is going to see a substantial jump in his overall performance as he starts squaring up more fastballs this year.
Sophia joins Homer and Gabe to cover a variety of topics, including the Bucks, the Brewers, her Wikipedia page and much more.
Davies is primed to star this season with his changeup and markedly improved command.
Fox Sports Wisconsin's Sophia Minnaert joins Bryan and Dan to discuss Ryan Braun's comments about the length of spring training.
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On a very young roster, Ryan Braun is the clear choice. Interestingly, Korea import Eric Thames could be the next best option.
Fox Sports Wisconsin's Sophia Minnaert joins Bryan and Dan to discuss the Brewers dropping 24 runs on the Seattle Mariners.
Nelson's consistency remains a huge issue, and he needs to prove he's going to be part of Milwaukee's future and not just a placeholder
Sophia Minnaert joins Wilde and Demovsky to announce that she'll be part of Wilde and Tausch's show throughout the Brewers' season.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
The (Javier) Báez and (Hiram) Burgos Families, who were both involved in yesterday's altercation in the stands, told me they were more than happy to be back at the stadium today. Gadiel and Rolando Báez, Javier Báez's brothers, had a confrontation with a small group of unruly fans. Explained that they had had no problems previously during the game.
Ryan Braun lost the grip on his bat during his fourth-inning at-bat Friday, which wound up in the hands of a fan who tumbled over the railing, and Braun let the fan keep the lumber.
Sophia joins Gabe Neitzel and Brandon Williams to discuss the Bucks and whether or not tanking was ever in the cards, as well as what to watch for with the Brewers.
FS Wisconsin's Sophia Minnaert joins Bryan Dee and Lance Davis to discuss Lucas Erceg's two-homer game, March Madness moments and walk-up music.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
Mets pitcher Seth Lugo will open the WBC on the mound for Team Puerto Rico. José Berríos from the Minnesota Twins scheduled for Game 3. Game 2 has not been decided yet, Jorge López and Héctor Santiago are options.
With Jonathan Lucroy and Martin Maldonado no longer on the team, the Brewers will likely pick from Manny Pina, Andrew Susac and Jett Bandy.
Jim Bowden ESPN Baseball Analyst
Brewers 3B Lucas Erceg hit 2 home runs yesterday for the Brewers. So who is he? Brewers 2nd Round pick in 2016 out of Menio College, Atherton CA. Now for a scouting report I reached out to Brewers GM David Stearns and here was his break-down: "he's a tall, wiry strong athlete. Tremendous plate coverage with ability to barrel up balls in all segments of the zone. HR Power is actually probably going to be the last thing to come (despite what we saw yesterday). Can touch low 90's on the bump and will air it out at 3B. Baseball rat. Doesn't want to do anything else." Pretty impressive scouting report and certainly a prospect to follow this year.
What are the Brewers' options if Garza hits the DL for the seventh straight season? Tommy Milone or Taylor Jungmann might need to step up.