Geoff Jenkins, the Brewers' first-round Draft pick who bridged eras between County Stadium and Miller Park while becoming one of the most productive power hitters in franchise history, will be the 20th player inducted into the team's Walk of Fame.
Headlined by three Top 100 prospects in second baseman Keston Hiura, the Brewers' first-rounder in 2017, and right-handers Corbin Burnes and Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee's still-strong system is a product of smart drafting and savvy trades by general manager David Stearns. In total, 27 of the Brewers Top 30 prospects for 2018 entered the system via the Draft (19 players) or trades (eight).
Fourteen Spring Training speeches later, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio remains first a fan, which is why all these years later he was genuinely giddy Tuesday to stand and speak in front of a team of Major League ballplayers.
All 30 Major League teams will wear Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School baseball caps before their Spring Training games this weekend to show support for the Parkland, Fla., community and the Stoneman Douglas student body after the tragic shooting at the school on Feb. 14.
Stephen Vogt reached the big leagues on the strength of his bat, but his chances of staying there with the Brewers depend on the strength of his right arm. He has a little black bag in his locker filled with the tools he hopes will help.
Recent reports of the Brewers' interest in free agent starting pitchers have been "exaggerated," GM David Stearns said Thursday, which would be good news for the most accomplished of the six candidates vying for two open rotation spots.
Somewhere in the athletic training room at Maryvale Baseball Park, Jimmy Nelson said, is a document that answers the question he has been asked dozens of times since beginning his comeback from shoulder surgery: When will you be back?
The Brewers are trying something new to prevent Cubs fans from turning Miller Park into Wrigley Field North when the teams meet in Milwaukee. For the first time, Wisconsin-based fans are getting first dibs on those tickets.
With Spring Training rapidly approaching, MLB.com is taking a look at different aspects of the 2018 Brewers this week. On Monday, it was "What's the Vision?" On Wednesday, "Excited to see..." Today: Predicting the 25-man roster.
The Brewers took part in a rite of spring Tuesday, when they filled a truck with baseballs, bats, racing sausages and the rest of Spring Training's necessities and sent it all on the road toward Phoenix, where pitchers and catchers report for duty next week.
The Brewers won the month of January, but manager Craig Counsell made the point that it is much more important to win April, May, June, July, August and September. If they are good enough, the Brewers will try to win some of October, too.
After a brief absence, the Brewers are excited to announce the return of the official first sign of spring -- the Arctic Tailgate at Miller Park. The event marks the first opportunity for fans to purchase single-game tickets for the 2018 season.
In what could become a new Spring Training tradition, Major League Baseball and MLB Network are preparing for the first annual Innings Festival, a weekend music festival that will run at the Tempe (Ariz.) Beach Park & Arts Park during the final weekend of Cactus League play, March 23-25.
The Brewers' Triple-A team will have a new hitting coach in 2018, but most of the organization's Minor League instructors are returning for the coming season, according to a staff directory released Wednesday.