On Monday at 6 PM Central, México takes on Japan in the second semifinal of the World Baseball Classic. It's a huge moment for the sport, for both countries, and for the players involved, which include two key Brewers hitters.
Round two action is underway in the Favorite Milwaukee Brewers Bracket for the era centered on 2010-2019. We'll look at the matchups in the Yount and Cooper Regions first, as the first-round winners vie for a Sweet 16 berth.
Having gone through the entire lineup, we can now focus our position-by-position preview of the 2023 Milwaukee Brewers on the clear strength of the team: the pitching staff. We’ll break our previews of the starting rotation into three parts. Today, the spotlight shines solely on the co-aces who lead the way.
It's time to open up voting for the third of four regions in our Favorite Milwaukee Brewers Bracket. With half the field of 64 revealed, another 16 men square off with eyes on reaching the second round.
With voting in the Yount Region complete, the Favorite Milwaukee Brewers Bracket continues with the Cooper Region. Unlike in your NCAA pool, you can influence the outcome of these contests. You will have 24 hours to cast your vote as we eliminate another eight players.
It's the time of the year when NCAA basketball brackets rule the sports world, including in baseball clubhouses. To get in the spirit of March Madness, and kill some time before Opening Day, we have our own Milwaukee Brewers bracket where you will influence the outcome.
Recently, in response to an offseason of unprecedented spending and the relentlessness of the Mets’ and Padres’ owners, MLB formed an economic reform committee. Their eventual goal is to establish a salary cap. Would that be good for the sport?
We've covered the whole field, now, in our positional preview of the 2023 Brewers. We'll round things out with right field, where a rookie could have an instant impact--if he gets the opportunity he's earned.