Posted March 30, 2012 on
National Baseball Expert Frankie Piliere previews the Brewers in 2012. He discusses the transition that will need to occur after losing a player like Prince Fielder. Piliere also gives Brewers fans some news about the future with updates on two young arms they drafted last year: Taylor Youngman and Jed Bradley. Tune in for the latest right here:
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95 wins and an American League Central championship have left Detroit Tigers fans hungry for more. The 25-man roster is nearly set and the boys will be headed to Boston for Opening Day on Thursday, April 5th before we know it.
Now it’s time to put my brain where my keyboard is and tell you how this marathon is going to shake out in 2012 from a statistical perspective. Following...
Most preseason predictions have the Milwaukee Brewers finishing second or third in the NL Central, perhaps penalizing the defending division champs a little too heavily for the loss of All-Star first baseman Prince Fielder.
After all, the Brewers have perhaps fewer weak spots in their lineup than last year and -- most important -- one of the major leagues' best front-to-back...
Author: Brandon Warnewww.brandonwarne.comUp:Ian Kinsler - Rangers: He’s a consensus top-few second sacker in the junior circuit, but there’s plenty of projection in his numbers. The primary culprit? A .243 BABIP, which was in large part due to a low GB/FB rate, and decreasing line drive rates. Kinsler’s too good for those not to rebound some (.282 career mark). Rickie Weeks...
The baseball season starts a week from now and here are my predictions for the AL this season.
1. Yankees 94-68 - They are determined to get back to the world series, but it won't happen.
2. Rays 92-70 - This team is going to be good for years to come as long as the keep funding their farmsystem with great prospects.
3. Red Sox 87-75 - Bobby V will turn out to be...