Tom Haudricourt

Brewers Organization Report

Tom Haudricourt -Premium Content

No Brewers prospect took a bigger step backward over the past year and a half than righthander Ben Hendrickson. Considered the top pitcher in the farm system in 2004, Hendrickson had a disastrous stay with the Brewers late that season, going 1-8, 6.22 in 46 innings. At the time, he looked nothing like the pitcher who went 11-3, 2.02 at Triple-A Indianapolis while claiming 2004 International League pitcher of the year honors.

Majors | #2006#Milwaukee Brewers#Organization Reports

Selig Outlasts Critics

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Ten years ago, Bud Selig was commissioner of a sport that was shut down in a labor dispute so bitter that management took the desperate measure of bringing replacement players to spring training. Ten years later, Major League Baseball is in what Selig calls a Golden Era.

Majors | #2005#Season Preview