- Advertisement -

    2019 was a year of ups and downs for the Milwaukee Brewers. They had just come off a season where they were one game shy of the World Series. In that offseason they signed Star catcher Yasmani Grandal and resigned Mike Moustakas, and this team wasn’t expected to go anywhere.
    The team had a first good two months in 2019, but fell apart from June-August which saw players like Mauricio Dubon and Jesus Aguilar get traded and Drew Pomeranz, Jordan Lyles, and Ray Black coming in the deadline. 2019 also saw the callups of Keston Hiura and Trent Grisham.
    September bad news struck as Christian Yelich fractured his kneecap and missed the great September run they had, going 20-7 that month and ending 89-73 and visiting the Nationals in the WildCard game, where they lost 4-3.
    This offseason, a lot happened. It first saw the Brewers trade Zach Davies and Trent Grisham to San Diego for Eric Lauer and Luis Urias. Then Yasmani Grandal signed with the White Sox, Mike Moustakas signed with the Reds, then Jordan Lyles went to Texas, Eric Thames went to Washington. This team however did sign some key players such as Josh Lindblom, Justin Smoak, Jedd Gyorko, among others. The Brewers have defied the odds before, and their depth and level of skilled players can lead to them making the playoffs again despite what others think.

    - Advertisement -


    NFL Mock Draft: 3 Rounds

    It’s that time of the year, the biggest event of the NFL offseason, the Draft. This year is truly unique all around,...

    Girshon: “My Guys” for 2023 MLB season

    One of the best parts of creating baseball content is seeing my narratives thrive. This season, something new that I’ll be starting...

    MLB season-long team futures to bet before Opening Day

    With the 2023 MLB season just over one day away, it's now or never to invest in what teams you think will...

    Lars Nootbaar is making history and winning over fans across the world

    Before Japan’s second World Baseball Classic pool game against Korea, an unlikely player hyped up the team: Lars Nootbaar.

    Related articles