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Milwaukee Brewers: The Good, The Bad & The Weird

April 19th, 2017 at 10:09 PM
Aggregated By Sports Media 101

The Milwaukee Brewers just lost two out of three to the Chicago Cubs, but the team is still 8-8 and only 1/2 game out of first place. With a big four-game series this weekend with the St. Louis Cardinals, where can the Brewers, realistically, go from here? We’ll borrow a title from a reasonably popular Korean film, and take a look at what’s gone right, what’s gone wrong, and what’s just odd.

Milwaukee Brewers: The Good

To say the Brewers offense has defied expectations isn’t quite accurate. For the most part they’ve shattered them so far this season. First baseman Eric Thames enjoyed the mother of all hot streaks and nearly shattered a team record in his first month. Ryan Braun is doing Ryan Braun things. Even the two-headed mediocre catcher monster has been more than competent. Both Jett Bandy and Manny Pina are rocking an OPS over 1.000, and that’s not their combined total.

Third baseman Travis Shaw has also been as advertised and already has four home runs on his stat sheet. He owns a …

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Tags: Brewers News, Corey Knebel, Jacob Barnes, Jett Bandy, Jonathan Villar’s, Keon Broxton, Manny Pina, Neftali Feliz, Wily Peralta, Zach Davies

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