Battling back: Brewers bats to watch for in 2020

If this winter’s aura has been any indicator—social media, Brewers On Deck, and all Milwaukee’s fanbase is currently in a state of unrest.

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Brewers pitchers looking to bounce back in 2020

If there’s one constant in Milwaukee, it’s that pitching remains forever fickle, and there was no better proof than the 2019 season.

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Yasmani Grandal primed for a return to Milwaukee

In an era when most MLB players are aiming for contractual longevity over average annual value, Yasmani Grandal is using the latter to leverage the former—and it could be the very reason he ends up back in Milwaukee.

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Don Money 2.0: Why re-signing Mike Moustakas is perfect for Brewers

In 2018, Mike Moustakas jumped from small market rebuild to small market upswing. In 2019, he re-signed with the Brewers on a prove-it deal—and seems to be proving all he needs to, to cement his future bids in Cream City.

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Is Orlando Arcia finally primed to hit his stride?

Since his arrival to the majors as the Brewers’ top prospect in 2016, Orlando Arcia has been a man of two faces. While flashing leather in the field, he’s been little more than a flash in the pan at the plate. Now a third of the way into his third full season, he’s beginning to demonstrate that his recent wave of success could be the sea change everyone has been waiting for.

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Second Inning: San Diego Padres, Friars and Underdogs

In commemoration of the impending [stateside, at least] Opening Day, the BtB staff is pleased to present Nine Innings, a series of posts on, about or tangentially related to the game. Today, a look at one of two potential 2019 underdogs: the San Diego Padres.

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Moustakas back in Milwaukee: familiar territory, unfamiliar ground

For Mike Moustakas, returning to the Milwaukee Brewers will be familiar territory—but it certainly won’t negate the potential for unfamiliarity.

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Milwaukee Brewers have a black hole at second base

Since David Stearns arrived in Milwaukee, he’s made a clear and conscious effort to prove that he loves stacking players up the middle and for good reason.

But that hasn’t stopped a black hole from forming behind the mound.

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