The Milwaukee Brewers were not quite done with their offseason additions, despite the full squad reporting to spring training already. If you look at Brock Holt‘s career and his statistics, he seems like a perfect fit for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images With position players reporting to camp today, Brewers manager Craig Counsell lays out his playing time plan for the outfield It was always going to be interesting to see how the Brewers and Craig Counsell mapped out playing time in the outfield after signing Avisail Garcia to a multi-year contract.
No matter how Milwaukee has used him, Hader has been lights-out. A two-time All-Star and a back-to-back NL Reliever of the Year winner, Hader owns a superb 2.42 ERA/2.74 FIP with 15.35 K/9 and 3.17 BB/9 through 2042/3 career innings.
After ranking the top 30 prospects in the Milwaukee Brewers farm system, where does their farm system currently stand relative to everyone else? It wasn’t that long ago that the Milwaukee Brewers boasted one of the best farm system in baseball.
Hader ranks 13th among relievers in saves (49) over the past two seasons. In that same period, he ranks fifth in innings pitched (157). first in strikeouts (281), strikeout rate (47.2%) and holds a 2.52 ERA over that span.