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It’s been kind of a slow offseason for us here, but much of the reason for that is we’ve been re-working the site, getting ready for bigger and better in 2017 and beyond. We’ve got a brand new look over at MillerParkProspects.net and we’ll be pointing the .com address there as well as of today,…

Spring Training Game Recap: 2/28/17

Kansas City Royals 6, MILWAUKEE BREWERS 3 The Brewers got on the board first when Keon Broxton tripled to lead off the bottom of the first, then scored on a single by Domingo Santana. They extended their lead to 2-0 on a long blast to straight away center field off the bat of shortstop Yadiel…

Spring Training Game Recap: 2/27/17

MILWAUKEE BREWERS 5, Texas Rangers 0 The Brewers picked up their first Cactus League victory of the year on Monday afternoon, shutting out the Rangers for a 5-0 win in Surprise. Milwaukee got on the board in the fifth when Lewis Brinson singled in Andrew Susac and Travis Shaw lifted a sacrifice fly to center,…

Spring Training Game Recap: 2/26/17

Los Angeles Dodgers 10, MILWAUKEE BREWERS 8 The Brewers fell to the Dodgers in their Cactus League home opener by a score of 10-8 on Sunday afternoon in Maryvale. The Dodgers put up four runs in the top of the third inning, but the Brewers answered back with a line drive two-run home run off…

Spring Training Game Recap: 2/25/17

MILWAUKEE BREWERS 0, LOS ANGELES ANGELS 2 The Brewers opened up Cactus League play on Saturday afternoon in Tempe and were shutout by the Angels, falling by a score of 2-0.  The Brewers offense managed just four hits, getting singles from Hernan Perez, Jesus Aguilar, Manny Pina and Garrett Cooper.  Brent Suter got the starting nod and…

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.…