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.
Corbin Burnes Doesn't Shrink In Big Spots
The Brewers plan to move Burnes back to the rotation in 2019, but they have been impressed with his stuff and grace under pressure as a reliever this season.
Corey Ray Rebounds In A Big Way
On the heels of poor full-season debut, Ray impacted Double-A games with his power, speed and baserunning savvy.
Brewers Lose A Second Prospect To Torn ACL
ACL injuries are rare in baseball, but the Brewers lost two prospects to the injury, most recently Double-A first baseman Jake Gatewood.
2018 Milwaukee Brewers Midseason Top 10 Prospects
Not as deep as it once was (trades for Christian Yelich will do that), the Brewers still feel good about the state of their system.
Keston Hiura Makes Quick Adjustments
The 2017 first-rounder could be the best hitter drafted and developed by the Brewers since Ryan Braun in 2005.
Keston Hiura Hits His Way To Double-A
The advanced college hitter quickly proves that he's too advanced for the Carolina League.
Knee Injury Delays Mauricio Dubon's Debut
The shortstop authored a 23-game hitting streak at Triple-A before suffering a season-ending ACL injury.