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05-06

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BP Ballpark Night
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J.P. Breen

05-06

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BP Ballpark Night
by
Sahadev Sharma

05-04

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5

What You Need to Know: Jake!
by
Ian Frazer

04-30

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20

An Agent's Take: The Luckiest Accidents
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Joshua Kusnick

04-27

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The Buyer's Guide: Jimmy Nelson
by
J.P. Breen

04-24

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6

Rubbing Mud: Of Signals and Sausages
by
Matthew Trueblood

04-22

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5

What You Need to Know: Ike!
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Daniel Rathman

04-22

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Transaction Analysis: The Bad Luck Brewers
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R.J. Anderson

03-25

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Every Team's Moneyball: Milwaukee Brewers: Nay Handedness!
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Matthew Trueblood

03-11

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4

Rumor Roundup: Olivera, Why Not Take Olivera?
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Chris Mosch

02-27

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Transaction Analysis: The Bad Bullpen Teams Get A Little Less Bad
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R.J. Anderson and J.P. Breen

02-25

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Rumor Roundup: Closer Closer to Closing Deal
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Daniel Rathman

02-13

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Rumor Roundup: Yoan Moncada Sets A 10-Day Countdown
by
Chris Mosch

02-11

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7

Painting the Black: The Best 2015 Free Agents Left, And Where They Fit
by
R.J. Anderson

02-11

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26

Moonshot: How Jonathan Lucroy Makes Batters Swing At Bad Pitches
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Robert Arthur

01-20

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Rumor Roundup: Brew Crew Clues True?
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Chris Mosch

01-20

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Transaction Analysis: The Rangers Get Durable
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R.J. Anderson, Mark Anderson and J.P. Breen

01-14

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Skewed Left: Just Once Before I Die...
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Zachary Levine

12-17

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Fantasy Team Preview: Milwaukee Brewers
by
J.P. Breen

11-27

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BP Announcements: Baseball Prospectus Night at Miller Park - May 9, 2015
by
Joe Hamrahi

11-20

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10

An Agent's Take: When the Smallest Transactions are the Biggest
by
Joshua Kusnick

11-17

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2015 Prospects: Milwaukee Brewers Top 10 Prospects
by
Nick J. Faleris and BP Prospect Staff

11-05

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Transaction Analysis: Lind Blows Out of Toronto
by
R.J. Anderson and Mike Gianella

10-02

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Pitching Backward: In Love With Lohse
by
Jeff Long

09-17

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BP Job Postings: Milwaukee Brewers Job Opening
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BP Staff

09-09

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An Agent's Take: So Long, Scout
by
Joshua Kusnick

09-05

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The Prospectus Hit List: Friday, September 5
by
Matt Sussman

08-14

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An Agent's Take: The Small World
by
Joshua Kusnick

07-31

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Transaction Analysis: Brewers Get Parra's Glove
by
R.J. Anderson and J.P. Breen

07-17

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Painting the Black: The Stealth Steals
by
R.J. Anderson

07-09

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Fantasy Freestyle: Don't Forget About Me
by
J.P. Breen

07-09

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The Stash List: 13th Edition
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Bret Sayre

05-11

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BP Announcements: Milwaukee Brewers Job Openings
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Joe Hamrahi

05-02

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BP Unfiltered: Scouting Martin Maldonado as a Pitcher
by
Dan Rozenson

05-01

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BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 440: J.P. Breen Explains the Brewers
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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller

04-30

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An Agent's Take: How a Player Picks a Team
by
Joshua Kusnick

04-30

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The Lineup Card: 10 Things We Learned in April
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Baseball Prospectus

04-29

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What You Need to Know: Gray Matters
by
Daniel Rathman

04-23

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Painting the Black: Some Things Brewing
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R.J. Anderson

04-18

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What You Need to Know: Meltdown in Minnesota
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Daniel Rathman

04-14

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The Week in Quotes: April 7-13
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Morris Greenberg, Chris Mosch and Nick Wheatley-Schaller

03-31

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Painting the Black: The Mystery Men of Opening Day
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R.J. Anderson

03-25

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Prospectus Preview: NL Central 2014 Preseason Preview
by
Ken Funck and Harry Pavlidis

03-04

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BP Daily Podcast: Effectively Wild Episode 398: 2014 Season Preview Series: Milwaukee Brewers
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Ben Lindbergh and Sam Miller

02-21

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Raising Aces: Organizational Trends: Looking for Mechanical Hallmarks
by
Doug Thorburn

02-17

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Rumor Roundup: The Team That Cried Free Agent
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Daniel Rathman

01-29

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Fantasy Team Preview: Milwaukee Brewers
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Ben Carsley

01-29

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Prospects Will Break Your Heart: Milwaukee Brewers Top 10 Prospects
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Jason Parks

01-24

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Transaction Analysis: The Scars of Garza
by
Sam Miller and Alex Kantecki

01-21

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Transaction Analysis: The Mark of the Reynolds
by
R.J. Anderson and Ben Carsley

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May 6, 2015 6:00 am

BP Ballpark Night

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J.P. Breen

Last year, Ryan Braun had an excuse. Does he now?

Join us for Baseball Prospectus Night at Miller Park to watch the Brewers play the Cubs on May 9th. Order Your Tickets Today.

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The Cubs had their first winning April since 2008. How this year is different than that one.

Join us for Baseball Prospectus Night at Miller Park to watch the Cubs play the Brewers on May 9th. Order Your Tickets Today.

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May 4, 2015 9:26 am

What You Need to Know: Jake!

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Ian Frazer

The incredible rise of Jake Marisnick, the Cardinals long and difficult sweep, Addison Russell's first bomp, and the best defensive play of the weekend.

The Weekend Takeaway
Is this the season that the #process finally pays off for the Astros? The odds still aren’t fantastic—40.6 percent adjusted odds to make the playoffs, as of Sunday—but they’re sure as heck better than they were at the beginning of the season, and they’ve shot up 25 percentage points since last Saturday.


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April 30, 2015 6:00 am

An Agent's Take: The Luckiest Accidents

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Joshua Kusnick

Players slip through the cracks in this sport. Finding those guys before they break out usually takes a stroke of luck.

One of the most rewarding experiences is finding a gem that everyone missed. People ask me all the time how I find clients, and, honestly, a lot of the time I meet these kids by accident. Call it fate, call it determination, call it whatever, but the roads taken by my clients that led them to me have often been very strange.

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April 27, 2015 6:00 am

The Buyer's Guide: Jimmy Nelson

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J.P. Breen

Has a new curveball propelled the Brewers righty to new heights?

“Yo, Breen! You just got a new four-top!”

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April 24, 2015 6:00 am

Rubbing Mud: Of Signals and Sausages

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Matthew Trueblood

The hard truth in Milwaukee.

Since expansion pushed the MLB schedule to 162 games, 29 teams have begun a season by winning three or fewer of their first 15 (in non-strike years). Of these, the 1996 Red Sox are the only club to finish with a winning record, at 85-77. Only nine of the 29 won even 70 games; the average record for the group was 64-97. Isolate the 12 previous teams who started 2-13 or worse, as this year’s Brewers did, and you find only one team who avoided 90 losses—the 81-81 1973 Cardinals. Eight of the 12 lost at least 97.

I lay out these facts not to revel in the Brewers’ badness, but to make sure we have a firm foundation under foot. The Brewers’ playoff chances are functionally gone; only the Phillies keep them out of the NL cellar in our Playoff Odds report. Their chances of being anything this side of disastrously bad are perhaps 35 percent, even if we account to some extent for the fact that no one really expected Milwaukee to be this bad. (Indeed, whatever you thought of the Brewers before the season, keep in mind that many of the teams who started similarly were expected to be better, too.) It’s probably time to blow up this roster, and in due course, I want to begin a sketch of how and why. Before that, though, I want to address two broader, more urgent and (happily) more answerable questions: How much is this lost season, and the prospect of more to come, going to hurt the Brewers? And should we have seen this coming?

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April 22, 2015 10:20 am

What You Need to Know: Ike!

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Daniel Rathman

Three grand slams in one game, Molitor's stathead-friendly move backfires, and a position player is the ace of the day.

The Tuesday Takeaway
Sometimes, the jokes write themselves. Like, say, when a 2-11 team decides to skip batting practice, wears its BP jerseys out on the field, and proceeds to give up 16 runs.


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April 22, 2015 6:00 am

Transaction Analysis: The Bad Luck Brewers

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R.J. Anderson

Pickups, let downs, and everything that makes the game go 'round.

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How the Brewers ignore handedness and buy all the right-handed players.

Every day until Opening Day, Baseball Prospectus authors will preview two teams—one from the AL, one from the NL—identifying strategies those teams employ to gain an advantage. Today: the handedness games of the Brewers and Indians.

Week 1 previews: Giants | Royals | Dodgers | Rays | Padres | Astros | Rockies | Athletics | Yankees | Mets

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March 11, 2015 6:17 am

Rumor Roundup: Olivera, Why Not Take Olivera?

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Chris Mosch

Can't you see they're no good without him?

Padres emerging as favorites for Hector Olivera


With spring training games finally underway, we’ve gotten to the time of the year when the majority of baseball news has been about position battles, “best shape of his life” reports and the unfortunate and inevitable injuries that have left the Twitter world broken-hearted. However, this year poses the unusual situation of a potential impact player becoming available in March with Cuban infielder Hector Olivera finally being declared a free agent by Major League Baseball last Friday. Over the past week, quite a few developments have occurred in the bidding for the 29-year-old.


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Joba Chamberlain and Francisco Rodriguez are off the board, at last.

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February 25, 2015 6:05 am

Rumor Roundup: Closer Closer to Closing Deal

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Daniel Rathman

Francisco Rodriguez will sign soon, Carlos Quentin could try first base, and Adam Lind might get a shot at non-platooning.

Brewers, Marlins appear to be the favorites to snag K-Rod
Now that Joba Chamberlain, who re-signed with the Tigers yesterday, is off the board, the veteran relief market is essentially down to Francisco Rodriguez and Rafael Soriano. CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman wrote yesterday that K-Rod might soon leave Soriano as the last man standing.


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