1. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 37-Jeff Suppan

    In my quest to post an article related to every Milwaukee Brewers player that I felt had a legitimate shot at making the 25-man roster to begin 2010, I knew this day would inevitably arrive...

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  2. Hernan Iribarren to Texas Rangers: Milwaukee Brewers Lose Utility Fielder

    The Milwaukee Brewers have had a lack of top prospects at several positions in the organization over the last few years for a variety of reasons. Through trading away a couple of upper-echelon players (i...

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  3. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 38: Chris Narveson

    So the plan was to write this series of articles as the days ticked down to Opening Day. With the schedule that I was to commit to, an article on Chris Narveson should have been written a mere five days following my last posted article and 11 days ago...

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  4. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 43-Randy Wolf

    If I told you that you had to fill 34 starts throughout the course of a season and offered you the choice between the following stat lines, which one would you take? 11-7, 3.23 ERA, 214.1 IP, 178 H, 24 HR, 58 BB, 160 K, 1...

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  5. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 49 - Yovani Gallardo

    Ace - [eys] - a very skilled person; expert; adept By the above definition, there would be a lot more "aces" in Major League Baseball than are recognized as such. To be blunt, there are a lot fewer true aces in the game right now than you might think...

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  6. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 50 - Claudio Vargas

    On March 24, 2008, Claudio Vargas was a member of the Milwaukee Brewers and competing for a spot in the starting rotation. On March 25, 2008, Claudio Vargas lost that competition and was cut from the team altogether...

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  7. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 51 - Trevor Hoffman

    When Trevor Hoffman signed with the Milwaukee Brewers prior to the 2009 season, there were some people out there that actually weren't excited about it...

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  8. Quick Hops: One Discussion of Two Free Agents

    When I have a couple of things to write about at the same time and don't feel like making separate posts about each one, I combine them under a heading I like to call Quick Hops. Every now and then, I get some information passed along to me...

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  9. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 54 David Riske

    Relief pitcher David Riske signed a free agent contract with the Milwaukee Brewers in December of 2007. It was a three-year deal worth at least $13 million with incentives that could push the three-year value of the contract to $20 million...

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  10. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 57—Mitch Stetter

    When the hit song "Shout" by Tears for Fears used to hit the Miller Park soundsystem, it signaled the entrance of left-handed specialist Brian Shouse...

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  11. Milwaukee Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers: No. 60 — Todd Coffey

    First, a quick introduction to what you're about to see the first installment of. In an effort to focus a bit more on the individual in a team game that consists of countless individual battles ...

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  12. Ya Gotta Have Hart, Right? But Does Milwaukee Need Him?

    Corey Hart apparently has a pretty high opinion of himself. I mean...he'd have to, right? Hart's numbers have gone down each of the last two years (the second of which was his first year of arbitration ...

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  13. Reviewing Milwaukee Brewers Prospects in MLB.com's 2010 Top 50 Rankings

    MLB.com released its updated list of their Top 50 Prospects today. While 28 of 32 organizations have at least one man on the list, the Brewers are one of 17 clubs that have at least two...

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  14. Milwaukee Brewers' Final Roster Spots Preview: How the Rest Were Won

    I double-checked how many days it is until pitchers and catchers report to Maryvale Baseball Park so that I could update the blog's Facebook page with the information...

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  15. Doug Davis Returns To Milwaukee

    To say you can't go home again is to never have played professional sports. In the realm of Major League Baseball, in fact, it happens a lot...

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  16. Milwaukee Brewers All-Decade 25-Man Roster

    For my first post here at Bleacher Report, I decided to repost my All-Decade Team from my other blog, hence the picture you see. This post and the all-decade by the numbers (along with years worth of other posts) can be found at http://www...

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