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Profiles for the top players in the organization have started.
Coverage from BCB
A lot went right and wrong for the 2019 team, from roster moves that went right to underperforming players that had to be worked around.
2019 Milwaukee Brewers season in review: Playoffs, again | David Gibson
Though the season had its ups and downs, the 2019 team made it to the postseason for the second straight year.
News and Notes
The entire coaching staff will return in 2020 except for first base/infield coach Carlos Subero, who was not retained on the staff.
Milwaukee Brewers 2020 arbitration estimates released | Kyle Lesniewski
MLB Trade Rumors releases its arbitration estimates each year based on their own model, and it gives a first look into payroll decisions that the Brewers have looming this offseason.
Top Players in Review
As the votes for the Most Valuable Brewers continue, here are profiles for the top Brewers in the list.
2019 Brew Crew Ball community top prospects in review: #1 Keston Hiura | Brad Ford
2019 Brew Crew Ball community top prospects in review: #2 Corey Ray | Brad Ford
2019 Brew Crew Ball community top prospects in review: #4 Brice Turang | Brad Ford
Also, looking back on the season, here’s how some of the top prospects performed in 2019.
With the season at an end, Baseball America is reranking some of the top prospects. Two Brewers make it into the PCL top 20, but none make it into the top 20 in the Southern League.
Around the Web
Are Milwaukee Brewers in need of a new baseball stadium already? Team exec says no
Nick Williams, Milwaukee Business Journal ($)
Even though other teams are already rebuilding stadiums built in the late 1990s, the Brewers aren’t planning for a new stadium anytime soon.