In Milwaukee Brewer history, only five players have played for at least ten seasons and spent their entire career with the franchise. This includes Robin Yount, Ryan Braun, Jim Gantner, and Jerry Augustine. The fifth is starting pitcher Bill Wegman.
Baseball is hard to predict. The Milwaukee Brewers are no exception. With the Cactus League opener upon us, though, it's time to take a stab at trying to predict what might brew in Milwaukee this season.
As Spring Training begins, remaining free agents get antsy and start taking offers at which they would have balked in December. The Milwaukee Brewers benefited from that, as they signed big, right-handed hitting Luke Voit to a minor-league contract. It could be a huge deal for both sides if things break right.
To close out our weeklong series highlighting the battles for roster spots and key roles on the Milwaukee Brewers during spring training, let’s turn our attention to the bullpen. There are probably two open spots available there, and three pitchers who will vie for the gigs.
There are many possible permutations for the Milwaukee Brewers infield in 2023, but no matter which comes to fruition, it feels like there’s only room for one of the two right-handed infield bats who rode the bench for Milwaukee throughout 2022.
Spring training is a great time to evaluate and consider not only the coming season, but the medium- and long-term future of a franchise. Today, let’s make a circuit of the Brewers’ infield, thinking about their organizational depth at each position.