The Brewers are in first place and have prospects to trade.
Our Midseason Top 100 includes 2017 draftees for the first time.
The Brewers called up their No. 2 prospect, lefthander Josh Hader.
Top 100 MLB Prospects is led by our reigning Minor League Player of the Year.
The Brewers' fan base is fired up, despite coming off a 73-win season
The game’s top lefthander is a considered a No. 3 starter type in Josh Hader
The 2017 Top 100 Prospects, led by Boston's Andrew Benintendi
Lewis Brinson is guaranteed to get a good look in spring training
Dylan Cozens stands out among new 40-man roster additions for his power
Alex Reyes pitches with top-of-the-scale velocity that makes him an elite prospe[...]
Middle infielders, southpaws shine in Southern League
After a slow first half, Isan Diaz settled in at the plate
Jose De Leon authored another gem this week and could be big league bound.
Orlando Arcia is still one of the best prospects, even if he's stalled a bit
Look back at our 2016 Midseason Top 100 Prospects
Major League Baseball announced the rosters for the 2016 SiriusXM All-Star Futur[...]
Josh Hader dominated Southern League hitters in his time there
Hader’s hides the ball well and his low arm slot makes it hard for hitters to [...]
The 2015 No. 1 pick is a Double-A all-star
The only issue Josh Hader was having was pitch counts.
Tigers first-rounder Christin Stewart put on a power display
Shortstop Ozzie Albies hit his way to Triple-A at age 19
Christian Arroyo tore through Cactus League to top our first Hot Sheet
PHOENIX—When the Brewers gathered for the start of their 2016 spring training [...]