The Milwaukee Brewers enter 2019 as tentative favorites in a vastly-improved NL Central. They’ll need their lineup top-down to perform all season. Here’s a look at some players who could play key roles in 2019. Unlike real life, Orlando Arcia led off last week. Today: Travis Shaw.
The Milwaukee Brewers enter 2019 as tentative favorites in an NL Central that has vastly improved during the offseason. They’ll need their lineup top-down to perform all season. Here’s a look at some players who could play key roles in 2019. First: Orlando Arcia.
With the Cincinnati Reds landing Yasiel Puig, Matt Kemp and Alex Wood Friday in a trade with the Los Angeles Dodgers, the presumed NL Central doormats are ready to rumble, and the division went from being a two-way race at the end of 2018 to an open field with five not unrealistic contenders for the division title.
Hit the music.
St. Louis’ acquisition of Paul Goldschmidt reminds the rest of the National League Central that the Cardinals will not be overshadowed by the I-94 war in 2019.
24 hours ago, it looked as though the Milwaukee Brewers had turned a corner on their seesaw 2018 season.
It wouldn’t have entirely been surprising if the Milwaukee Brewers entered this brief two-game series Tuesday with the hated Chicago Cubs without a lot of enthusiasm.
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The Milwaukee Brewers are no strangers to being written off.
It could be argued it has been a part of their identity since 2011 when they won the division and slowly watched a car with failing brakes roll down the mountain into baseball oblivion.
In recent years they’ve suffered numerous significant injuries, departed with some of their most well-known, talented and tenured players, changed managers, general managers and other personnel and even seen the nauseating reality of an epic mid-season collapse more than once.
But this year is different.