Brewers Land Bevy Of Lefties In 2019 Draft
The Brewers drafted six lefthanders in the first 13 rounds of the 2019 draft, including first-rounder Ethan Small.
Max Lazar Surpassing Expectations
An 11th-round pick in 2017, Lazar has struck out 43 batters in 28 innings with low Class A Wisconsin this season.
Brewers Get A Steal In Drew Rasmussen
The Brewers drafted Rasmussen in 2018, confident in his medical reports after a second Tommy John surgery.
Miguel Sanchez Is Ready To Answer The Call
The Brewers scouted Sanchez in the Dominican military league, and after a breakthrough 2018 season, he could be close to making a big league impact.
Payton Henry Earns Surprise Invite To Camp
The Brewers invited the 21-year-old catcher to big league camp so that he could learn from the organization's veterans.
Lucas Erceg Seeks To Rebound In 2019
Injuries torpedoed Lucas Erceg's 2018 season. Now he seeks good health as he tries to impress the Brewers with his power and glove work at third base.
All Systems Go For Maricio Dubon
The 24-year-old shortstop is eager to prove he is recovered from a gruesome knee injury he suffered early in the 2018 season.
Troy Stokes Jr. Shows Power-Speed Combo
The 2014 fourth-rounder out of high school cemented a place on the 40-man roster with a strong showing at Double-A and then the Venezuelan League.
Org Of Year: Ahead Of Schedule
The Brewers eschewed tanking three years ago when they first embarked on their rebuild. In 2018 they advanced to within one game of the World Series.
Tyrone Taylor's Hard Work Pays Off
Once the system's top prospect, Taylor lost his place in line but never stopped fighting. Now, the Brewers have added him to the 40-man roster to keep him around.