Angel Perdomo Receives Big League Look
The 26-year-old lefthander made his major league debut on Aug. 18 after showing well in spring training.
Drew Rasmussen Makes A Strong Impression
The 2018 sixth-rounder continues to work on his development at the team's alternate training site.
Corey Ray Faces Pivotal 2020 Season
Ray scuffled through an injury-shortened year at Triple-A last season, but along the way he learned a valuable lesson about the healing process.
Trey Supak Shapes Up
The 23-year-old righthander enters camp looking to make an impression on the big league coaching staff, not least of all for his offseason weight loss.
Luis Urias Offers Shortstop Alternatives
The Brewers received the worst shortstop production in the NL in 2019, prompting them to deal Trent Grisham to acquire Urias from the Padres.
2019 MLB Manager Of The Year: Craig Counsell
Counsell, now the longest-tenured manager in the National League, has proven particularly adept at managing a pitching staff.
J.P. Feyereisen Feels Right At Home With Brewers
A trade to his home-state Brewers secured Feyereisen a 40-man roster spot and has him primed for his big league debut.
Devin Williams Breaks Through In New Role
The power-armed Williams returned from Tommy John surgery in 2018, but he didn't really find his groove until moving to the bullpen in 2019.
Tyrone Taylor Has A September To Remember
Taylor had returned home and applied for an offseason job at FedEx when his call to the majors came.
Trent Grisham: Brewers 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
Grisham rediscovers old batting grip and embraces new hitting philosophy on way to a breakthrough season.