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With Presidents Day and the start of Spring Training, it seemed an appropriate time to check in with the man who serves in the club president role of the Brewers, COO Rick Schlesinger.
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Rob Scahill remembers glancing up at the scoreboard last season and thinking something along the lines of, "This is the guy I watched in the World Series." Scahill was working relief for the Pirates alongside Neftali Feliz, the onetime Rangers closer who had Tommy John surgery in 2012 and took years to rediscover the zip on his fastball.
The 2016 Cubs had "Try Not to Suck." Now the 2017 Brewers have "Don't Eff it Up."
The workouts started at 5 a.m., five days a week. Matt Garza and Brewers pitching prospect Luis Ortiz met at a gym in Fresno, Calif., before the sun came up.
Brewers owner Mark Attanasio talked about family, community and opportunity in his address to the team before its first full-squad workout on Saturday. And for the first time in 13 years, he dropped a four-letter word.
Who do the Brewers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Milwaukee's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
Ryan Braun had barely stepped foot in the Brewers' Spring Training clubhouse Saturday when he absorbed the first wave of trash talk.
The Brewers prefer to keep their Spring Training base in Arizona, said owner Mark Attanasio on Saturday while expressing a growing urgency to settle the question once and for all.
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Manager Craig Counsell believes that second base will prove Jonathan Villar's best position on the diamond, even better than his "natural" position of shortstop.
PHOENIX -- Imagine you are a catcher joining a new team, and you have to learn a whole staff of pitchers -- their stuff, their mindsets, their quirks -- all at once. Where do you start? Pose that question to the three Brewers catchers vying to replace mainstays Jonathan Lucroy and Martin Maldonado, and you get three different answers.
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It was just last week that Yadiel Rivera scored the only run, then squeezed the final out for Puerto Rico's first Caribbean Series title in nearly two decades. On Thursday, nine days later, he arrived in Brewers camp ready for the start of a new season.
Taylor Williams, the Brewers pitching prospect attempting a comeback from two seasons lost to elbow woes, is "full-go" in camp, manager Craig Counsell said Wednesday as pitchers and catchers took the field for the team's first formal workout.
After eight seasons of pitching for Tiburones de La Guaira in winter ball, Junior Guerra reluctantly took time off at the Brewers' urging. Now he's at Maryvale Baseball Park to prepare for what Guerra and the Brewers hope is his first full season in the Major Leagues.
Hank Aaron was 40 years old and was feeling a bit weary in November 1974. He had just borne the weight of breaking Babe Ruth's all-time record for home runs, part of a trying season in Atlanta that saw Aaron's friend and former teammate Eddie Mathews relieved of his duties as the Braves' manager. Robin Yount was 19 and over the moon. Aaron was coming back to Milwaukee.
Last year, Wily Peralta was the Brewers' Opening Day starter. As pitchers and catchers reported Tuesday for the start of Spring Training, Peralta was preparing to fight for a job.
Brewers first-round Draft pick Corey Ray remains in rehab mode after undergoing knee surgery last year, so his first big league camp will be more about soaking in the experience than showing off his skills.
Chalking it up to "part of the business," Chase Anderson shifted his focus back to the field Tuesday after learning he had lost his arbitration case with the Brewers.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Brewers squad each day this week. Today's topic: Spring Training is here.
With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Brewers squad each day this week. Today's topic: Predicting the 25-man roster.
What does a perfect season look like for the Brewers in 2017? The answer will not be found in the standings, owner Mark Attanasio says.
Brewers GM David Stearns grew up a fan of up-the-middle defenders. They remain some of Stearns' favorite players today, as he tries to restock the Brewers with young, controllable talent during a period of rebuilding.
The Dominican Republic's Jonathan Villar and Wily Peralta top a list of nine Brewers players on rosters for the upcoming World Baseball Classic.
The Brewers and their broadcast partners unveiled a Spring Training broadcast schedule on Tuesday that includes 14 games on radio, 13 on television and 10 more set to air exclusively via MLB.com webcast.
The Brewers face the same complicated questions with Ryan Braun as the Reds do with Joey Votto: Will the face of the franchise defy Father Time long enough to still be a force when the club emerges from its rebuild and is ready to contend? And should he be, or would finding a trade now speed up that very process?
The roster decisions are out of his control, but top Brewers prospect Lewis Brinson does know this: In his own mind, he is ready for the Major Leagues.
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With Spring Training fast approaching, MLB.com will take a look at a different aspect of this year's Brewers squad each day this week. Today's topic: What's the difference?
The Brewers navigated one player through waivers Monday but lost another, when reliever Rob Scahill was assigned outright to Triple-A Colorado Springs and infielder Ehire Adrianza was claimed by the Twins.
More than 20,000 baseballs, 1,000 wood bats, 400 pairs of socks, 200 batting helmets, 160 official jerseys, 60 cases of sunflower seeds and 20 cases of bubble gum. Those were among the Spring Training necessities packed up at Miller Park on Thursday morning and sent on the road to Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix, where Brewers pitchers and catchers report Feb. 14 for the start of Spring Training.
The Brewers added the reigning Triple-A home run king on Thursday when they claimed first baseman Jesus Aguilar off waivers from the Indians.
Ryan Braun and the Brewers spent Sunday previewing their 2017 season for a convention center full of fans, who are sticking with the franchise through its rebuild. Braun seems likely to stick, too, at least for the start of 2017.
Seeking additional stability in the club's Minor League chain, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio said Sunday that he is in negotiations to buy the Class A Carolina Mudcats.
Scooter Gennett's conversion to utility man will include some Spring Training work in the outfield, manager Craig Counsell said during Sunday's "Brewers On Deck" event. Gennett suggested he was eager for the challenge.
The Brewers have five players among MLB.com's Top 100 prospects, including their 2016 first-round pick, outfielder Corey Ray, and the two players acquired in the Jonathan Lucroy deal. Ray ranks 30th, while outfielder Lewis Brinson and right-hander Luis Ortiz, who were Nos. 2-3 on the Rangers' list of top prospects when they were dealt to the Brewers for Lucroy, are Nos. 18 and 62, respectively, on MLB.com's latest list.
For all of baseball history, the mantra "hit the ball hard and good things happen" has been accepted as fact, but with Statcast™ we can actually prove it. Here are the five hardest-hit balls of the Brewers' 2016 season.
When Matt Wieters hit the free-agent market this offseason, he was reportedly seeking a large deal. However, a report Friday from FanRag Sports indicates a possible shorter deal could manifest, and if so, it could be through a union with the Brewers. The club has not commented on the report.
Robin Yount, Gorman Thomas, Cecil Cooper and Ben Oglivie will be back in Milwaukee on July 14-16, when the Brewers celebrate the 35th anniversary of the 1982 American League championship team, including a reunion of the players on field prior to the July 15 game against the Phillies.
The Brewers announced their Minor League coaching staffs for 2017, which include the return of Triple-A Colorado Springs manager Rick Sweet, Double-A Biloxi manager Mike Guerrero, Class A Wisconsin manager Matt Erickson and Advanced Rookie Helena manager Nestor Corredor.