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From 2007-2009, Nyjer Morgan was a pretty valuable player. Okay, he wasn’t valuable in the Ryan Braun or Zack Greinke sense of the word, but the newly acquired Brewer outfielder got the job done. He played good defense, [...]
Each Week I recap the top 10 storylines from the week, whether they are about a team, player, owner, fan, equipment, or whatever else is impacting the game. The first week of the season is always [...]
We’re not even a week-and-a-half into the 2011 Major League Baseball season, so it’s still too early to truly separate contenders from pretenders. Teams like the Indians and Orioles are off to tremendous starts, while teams [...]
The Milwaukee Brewers went for broke this off-season, mortgaging some substantial prospects for Zach Greinke and Shawn Marcum. These Additions, paired with Yovanni Gallardo and Randy Wolf, should propel the Brewers towards the top of the [...]
With two true perfect games, one pseudo-perfect game, and two no-hitters, many people are dubbing 2010 as, "The Year of the Pitcher." While these individual feats are incredible in their own right, there is another pitching [...]
Why am I even writing an article here? Let’s be honest with ourselves. That picture of Trevor Hoffman is more entertaining than any words I could put on paper. I could write anything here, and nobody [...]
The Brew Crew finished in the middle of the pack last season, struggling all season long with their starting pitching. Left-hander Randy Wolf was brought in over the winter to help alleviate things, and should be able [...]