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Today January 18th, the Milwaukee Brewers signed 3rd basemen/ Brian Anderson.  What dies he bring to Milwaukee?


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Could Jackson Chourio debut in 2023?

With the recent promotion on MLB pipelines top 100, jumping from number 6 to number 2 and being rated the number one overall prospect according to Baseball America.   Jackson Chourio could be on track to see some MLB action in 2023. The 19 year old phenom is having an impressive showing in Double-A Biloxi.  Chourio is sporting a .270/.309/.418 line and he has driven in twenty two  runs to go along with five dingers.  Chourio is also a perfect 10 for ten in stolen base attempts. If Chou

Bullpen Spot Watch: Abner Uribe vs Gus Varland

With 2023 spring training baseball well underway, as we can start to smell the freshly cut grass of American Family Field we are heading towards another phase of Spring cuts. The Milwaukee Brewers just made their first round of assigning some hopeful names back to minor league camp. Now that the decision making is starting to come down, one big question on this Brewers squad is who will man the final bullpen spots? Currently for Milwaukee the potential locks are Devin Williams, Matt Bu

Predicting a full season of Garrett Mitchell in 2023

Garrett Mitchell showed flashes with the bat and bolts on the basepaths when he got a brief cup of coffee in the majors in 2022. In 61 at-bats,  Mitchell accumulated a 0.9 WAR. He showed he knows how to track fly balls down in center, displaying his plus speed. His sprint speed at  30.2 ft per second currently ranks him 6th in MLB, the number one spot going to Diamondbacks young stud Corbin Carroll, who has a 30.7 ft per second ranking.  Mitchell trails by a mere half-point difference.

Can Robert Gasser make the opening day roster?

The news About Aaron Ashby being sidelined due to shoulder fatigue is not a good sign for this Brewers team who will hope to compete for the National League Central this upcoming season. Milwaukee will need all they can get in available arms if they hope to dethrone the reigning NL Central champion St. Louis Cardinals. We have yet to determine how serious this situation could be for Ashby, but this could present an opportunity for a highly regarded prospect to get an extended look in s

Examining a potential 2025 Milwaukee Brewers starting rotation

The Milwaukee Brewers are in a win-now window. With aces Corbin Burnes and Brandon Woodruff under control through 2024, barring an extension for either, we will examine the potential future rotation. The Milwaukee Brewers have some good in-house options locked to be in the post-Burnes/Woodruff starting five. Freddy Peralta and Aaron Ashby have been signed to long-term team-friendly contracts. Peralta inked a five-year 15 million dollar deal, and Ashby signed a five-year 20 million dollar co

Milwaukee Brewers have a nice problem with infield depth

This off-season has been one of the mixed opinions for Brewers fans.  The team has made some trades to acquire bullpen depth and one blockbuster to acquire the catcher of the future, William Contreras. Recently though, the team has signed Brian Anderson, and they made a trade for Wisconsin native Owen Miller not that long ago. With the team already having shortstop locked down by Willy Adames and second base supposedly going to Brice Turang, where does that leave many of the recent acq

How does the Brian Anderson signing effect the roster?

The Milwaukee Brewers have inked a contract with 3rd basemen and corner outfielder Brian Anderson. What does this acquisition mean for Milwaukee? Let's deep dive.  Anderson, not to be confused with long time Brewers color commentator Brian Anderson, has been a main stay in the Miami Marlins organization since he debuted in September of 2017.   In 2019 Anderson slashed .261/.342/.468. He hit 20 home runs a career high and drove in 66 runs. This was a career year for Anderson. Fast
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