The Brewers made prep Tristen Lutz a focal point of their draft class.
Brett Phillips shines even in a star-studded Triple-A outfield.
The Brewers couldn't ignore Keston Hiura’s bat, despite his elbow injury.
The Brewers believe Ernesto Martinez has significant batting upside.
The Brewers are waiting patiently for Nathan Kirby to get his pro career going.
The Brewers don't consider Mario Feliciano an average teenager behind the plate.
Jesus Aguilar didn't make it tough to cut him; he made it impossible.
Brinson, Cordell and Phillips will be the starting outfield at Triple-A
With some help his pitching coach, Nick Ramirez started to look like a pitcher a[...]
Brett Phillips doesn’t make excuses for his 2016 season
Jorge Lopez knows how to turn the page on a difficult season.
Art Charles figures he’s ready to handle just about anything
A shortstop glut didn't stop the Brewers from adding Mauricio Dubon
The Brewers didn't want to risk losing Taylor Williams
Lewis Brinson is guaranteed to get a good look in spring training
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It only made sense to see what Nick Ramirez might be able to do as a pitcher
After how Brandon Woodruff handled 2016, no one can question his toughness
After a slow first half, Isan Diaz settled in at the plate
The Brewers figured Corey Ray was up to the task of starting in the FSL
Not even the Brewers expected Jorge Lopez to struggle to the extent he has
Josh Hader dominated Southern League hitters in his time there
General manager David Stearns calls Corey Ray “an exciting player.”
The only issue Josh Hader was having was pitch counts.