5 Reasons Why the 1990s Milwaukee Brewers Weren't More Successful

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5 Reasons Why the 1990s Milwaukee Brewers Weren't More Successful
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As the Milwaukee Brewers got further away from the glory days of the early 1980s, new faces emerged from the pack as great players.

Starting in 1994, the Brewers put together new uniforms and a bunch of talented younger players, and soon enough they looked like they were headed in the right direction. By 2000, the Brewers had jettisoned most of these players, as well as the uniforms, and were on their way to Miller Park.

Nothing had changed, and the Brewers were still bad and getting worse. Based on the talent on those rosters of the mid to late 1990s, one would think that the Brewers would have been in the playoffs at least once. However, this was not the case, and there are a few reasons why.

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