Leo Crawford Gives The Brewers Options
The 23-year-old lefthander has succeeded at every level and could serve as a swingman if he makes his major league debut in 2021.
Dylan File Earns Spot On 40-Man Roster
The 21st-round pick has impressed the Brewers at every level and looks to be on the verge of making his big league debut.
Brewers Commit To Zavier Warren Behind The Plate
The 2020 third-rounder played shortstop at Central Michigan but has a catching background and the ability to bat from both sides of the plate.
Devin Williams: Brewers 2020 Rookie Of The Year
Brewers teammates have nothing but praise for Williams' unique, dominant changeup. Opponents went just 2-for-62 with 41 strikeouts against the pitch.
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.