Spring Training Game Recap: 2/24/17

UW-Milwaukee Panthers 0, MILWAUKEE BREWERS 11 The Brewers kicked off their 2017 Spring Training slate with a game against the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers in Maryvale on Friday afternoon with Milwaukee rolling to an 11-0 victory.  Lewis Brinson got the scoring started in the bottom of the third, when he roped a line drive home…

2017 Prospect Preview On Sale Now

On Sale now! The Miller Park Prospects 2017 Prospect Preview is over 200 pages full of stats, stories, scouting reports and more. Loaded with photos of many of the Milwaukee Brewers top prospects, the 2017 Prospect Preview contains our Top 50 Prospect Rankings as well as scouting reports on over 75 of the Brewers top…

Rival Rankings: Chicago Cubs

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW Much of the Cubs success in 2016 can be attributed to the growth of several former top prospects who became key contributors at the major league level, but the graduation of those players along with the trading away of others has left Chicago’s farm system a bit thin. There is still talent there…

Rival Rankings: Pittsburgh Pirates

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW The Pirates could get a big boost from their farm system in 2017 as they feature three top-of–the-line prospects who could all crack the big league roster at some point in pitcher Tyler Glasnow, outfielder Austin Meadows and first baseman Josh Bell. Glasnow, a 23-year-old right-hander, has struggled with his command at times,…

Rival Rankings: St. Louis Cardinals

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW The Cardinals have been competitive at the big league level for years due to their ability to draft and develop their own players and although they don’t have a lot of high-end talent on the farm, outside of pitcher Alex Reyes, they have plenty of depth with the potential to help them down…

Rival Rankings: Cincinnati Reds

ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW The Reds were banking on getting a player with a quick path to the big leagues when they selected Nick Senzel last season, and they were pleasantly rewarded as he rolled through the Midwest League in his first season of pro ball. The 21-year-old third baseman hit .329 with 23 doubles and seven…

Brewers Add Noonan on Minor League Deal

The Milwaukee Brewers added some more infield depth to their organization on Tuesday, signing 27-year-old Nick Noonan to a minor league contract. Drafted by the San Francisco Giants with the 32nd overall pick in the first round in 2007, Noonan moved through the Giants system a level at a time, reaching Triple-A Fresno in 2011.…

Six Brewers Crack Baseball America’s Top 100

BRINSON, HADER & RAY LAND IN TOP 50 Baseball America took their turn unveiling their Top 100 prospect rankings on MLB Network on Friday night, with six Brewers landing on their list of the best prospects in baseball. Infielder Isan Diaz came in at #93, followed by pitchers Brandon Woodruff at #82 and Luis Ortiz…

Minor League Mailbag: 2/10/17

Our initial 2017 prospect rankings came out on Wednesday, and that, of course, sparked a lot of debate and questions from our readers. So I picked out a handful of those questions and will take a stab at answering them in our first installment of the Minor League Mailbox for 2017. You guys have Jorge…

Nine Brewers Selected For WBC

Rosters were announced on Wednesday for the 2017 World Baseball Classic with nine Milwaukee Brewers selected to participate for their respective countries. Pitchers Jorge Lopez, Hiram Burgos and Andrew Barbosa were named to Puerto Rico’s roster while infielder Jonathan Villar and pitcher Wily Peralta were selected to represent the Dominican Republic. In addition, pitchers Wei-Chung…

Top 40 Prospect Rankings

With shortstop Orlando Arcia graduating to Milwaukee last season, we have a new number one in our latest prospect ranking with outfielder Lewis Brinson edging Corey Ray and Josh Hader for the top spot. There have been plenty of new faces joining Milwaukee’s ranks over the past two years and, in fact, only 13 of…

Brewers Add First Baseman Aguilar

Two days after claiming infielder Ehire Adriaza off waivers from the San Francisco Giants, the Brewers made another move, designating Adriaza for assignment to make room for first baseman Jesus Aguilar, whom they claimed off waivers from the Cleveland Indians. Aguilar, 26, was originally signed by Cleveland out of Venezuela in 2007 and debuted with…