When the Milwaukee Brewers offseason has ongoing, it’s time for the Reviewing the Brew podcast to capture up on every little thing about the past thirty day period and a 50 %.
It’s the second time of the Reviewing the Brew podcast, and we’re back as soon as all over again for every little thing Milwaukee Brewers. David Gasper, Matthew Dewoskin, and Joe Siemandel get collectively to examine all the happenings in the Brewers earth.
To commence, the greatest celebration of our offseason, Brewers On Deck was previous weekend and our guy Joe was at the celebration and tells us all about his working experience there. On Deck was sold out for the to start with time ever this 12 months, but he was 1 of the lucky couple to get tickets.
Before on Thursday, former Brewers starter Wade Miley signed a no cost agent deal with the Houston Astros. There was some chat about him returning to Milwaukee, but none of the guys were hoping for that but desire him the best in Houston. What was actually astonishing was the deal he ended up signing.
With Miley to Houston, what does this indicate for the Brewers and Dallas Keuchel? We examine the risk of Dallas going to Milwaukee, such as a discussion about the possibly respectable rumor about a Brewers offer you to Keuchel.
We agree Keuchel would be a excellent healthy for the Crew, but there are other beginning pitchers on the sector the Brewers are searching at. There have been studies that Corey Kluber is still on David Stearns’ radar, and we examine what the odds are that a trade will get accomplished and what it could look like. If Stearns doesn’t get Kluber, Madison Bumgarner could possibly still be on the table.
David Stearns also acquired a promotion and bought a deal extension previously this thirty day period, going him up to the title of President of Baseball Operations. We celebrate the reality that Stearns stays in the foreseeable future for Milwaukee.
The news that really broke Brewers Twitter was the new stadium naming rights arrangement with American Relatives Insurance plan, as the identify Miller Park will be going away in 2021. Was this a excellent go? Why did they make this go? All of that is answered.
The Milwaukee Brewers have also manufactured some moves in the offseason that require to be mentioned. The greatest signing was catcher Yasmani Grandal on a 1 12 months, $16 million deal with a mutual option for 2020. We look at the advantages possibly outweighing any dangers in this signing and why it’s a excellent go for the Crew.
The two significant trades this wintertime have concerned the outfield all over again, as Domingo Santana and Keon Broxton have been shipped out to reverse coasts. We just take a look at the returns the Brewers bought for them.
Quite considerably the full offseason, second foundation has been the chat of the city on what the Brewers must do. But with the sector remaining tapped dry, are the Brewers going to signal any person else to enjoy the placement? Or are they going to stick with what they have?
At last, the Mailbag section was chock whole of queries this week. We answered queries ranging from common MLB no cost agency to Mauricio Dubon‘s prospective influence to Orlando Arcia to the tradability of Chase Anderson and Eric Thames.
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