There wasn’t a whole lot of buzz in Milwaukee when 28-year-old catcher Manny Pina was acquired from the Detroit Tigers this past December as the player to be named later in a trade that sent veteran closer Francisco Rodriguez to … Continue reading Pina Provides Brewers With Catching Depth
In a baseball career that has been filled with plenty of ups and downs, the 2016 season has been a standout campaign so far for 28-year-old right-handed reliever Jaye Chapman as the former Chicago Cub looks to find his way … Continue reading Chapman Stating His Case For Return to The Big Leagues
Not much has gone right for the Brevard County Manatees to this point in 2016. Over the course of the season’s first two weeks, the club has a record of just three wins and twelve losses. Their .215 team batting … Continue reading Ortega Standing Out For Struggling Manatees
Like any Friday night during the spring and summer months, there will be baseball played tonight. And fans of the Milwaukee Brewers and their minor league affiliates will get to cheer on rising young stars such as Victor Roache, Tyrone … Continue reading Thank You, 42!
It is difficult to have a better year than Orlando Arcia (MillerParkProspects #1 Prospect) had at Double-A Biloxi in 2015. The Venezuelan shortstop finished in the top five in the Southern League in six offensive categories including batting average, runs, … Continue reading Orlando Arcia: Ready For The Next Level
After years of virtual inactivity on the International front, the Milwaukee Brewers made a splash in 2014, signing then-16-year-old Dominican infield prospect Gilbert Lara to a contract that was reported to be worth more than three million dollars. That signing … Continue reading Brewers Finding Talent in Venezuela
Whatever your thoughts are on the state of the current Milwaukee Brewers rebuild, it’s hard to argue that such a process couldn’t take place without a strong farm system. Playoff runs in 2008 and 2011 cost the Brewers some talented … Continue reading Brewers Will Benefit From Much Improved Farm System
It is a new era in the Milwaukee Brewers organization. When the song stopped in the Triple-A game of musical chairs this winter, the Brewers ended up with Colorado Springs. The Sky Sox were formerly an affiliate of the Colorado … Continue reading Change Is Sweet For Sweet
For players making the jump to a full season team for the first time, there are plenty of challenges. More time away from home, longer road trips, an increased workload, etc. But the toughest part for Brewers prospects getting their … Continue reading April Showers Bring May…Doubleheaders?
Every season when the Brewers and their four full season affiliates in Nashville, Huntsville, Brevard County and Wisconsin break Spring Training in early April, there are a group of players who stay behind at the Brewers facility in Maryvale, Arizona. … Continue reading XST: Extended Spring Training