Ben and Sam preview the Milwaukee Brewers’ season with Jack Moore.
In which Doug discovers mechanical connections between the pitchers on the Nats, Cardinals, Marlins, and other teams.
The Orioles are still in the market for a starter, and Milwaukee might talk to Jean Segura about an extension.
The Brew Crew might be a flawed club, but it also has plenty of excellent fantasy assets.
It’s not so great in Milwaukee.
The Brewers sign a known commodity for his unknowable future.
The Brewers make a huge upgrade by signing a couple replacement-level first basemen, Nyjer Morgan is back on the continent, and the Royals pick up a Penny.
The Royals add Norichika Aoki, sending Will Smith to Milwaukee.
What happens when you have a runner on third and you send him sprinting home? Ron Roenicke is on a one-man mission to find out.
A look at what the Cardinals could do to stay on top, and what their division rivals could do to catch them.
A look back at the great stolen base scare, the Giancarlo Stanton lineup protection debate, the first base drought, and more.
The Pirates’ once-promising pitcher elects free agency, while Wilson Betemit gets DFA’d, Jose De La Torre gets claimed by Milwaukee, and the Astros add a young, recouperating arm.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about when every team will have won a World Series, the best baseball Kickstarters, rooting for draft picks, one-pitch pitchers, and more.
Looking at Milwaukee’s trade deadline pieces.
Pittsburgh becomes the City of Cumpton, Miguel Olivo’s mouth, if not his bat, gets him on the Marlins’ bad side, and Ian Kinsler’s return doesn’t mean Profar’s departure.