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For just the second time since their founding as the Seattle Pilots in 1969, the Milwaukee Brewers made the post season for a second consecutive season in 2019. The Brewers have never won a World Series as they enter their 50th year in Milwaukee and have just one pennant, which they won all the way back in 1982 when they played in the American League. Milwaukee has been in what is for them the most successful era in franchise history with four post season appearances since 2008 to go with strong attendance.

For the 2019 season the Brewers had MLB metrics of 17th for runs scored, 20th for batting average, 12th for OPS, seventh for home runs, seventh for stolen bases, 16th for earned run average, 16th for WHIP, 10th for strikeouts, 29th for quality starts, 19th for fielding and 17th for bullpen. The season was a bit of a letdown after taking the Los Angeles Dodgers to seven games in the 2018 NLCS. A prolonged injury to 2018 NL MVP Christian Yelich didn’t help matters.

Manager Craig Counsell is a local hero that grew up in the Milwaukee suburb of Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin where he played baseball for Whitefish Bay High School. His father was director of community relations for the Brewers as he grew up. After playing his college ball at Notre Dame, Counsell played in the Major Leagues from 1995-2011. He won two World Series championships as a player and was 2001 NLCS Most Valuable Player. He had two stints with the Brewers as a player and retired with Milwaukee. He has been manager of the Crew since 2015.

David Stearns has been general manager of the Brewers since September of 2015 and signed an extension one year ago in which he was promoted to president of baseball operations. Stearns attracted attention early in his career for his experience with analytics.

Milwaukee Brewers at a Glance

Manager: Craig Counsell

Home Stadium: Miller Park

World Series Championships: None

League Pennants: 1 (Last, 1982)

Division Titles: 3 (Last, 2018)

Current Odds to Win World Series: +5300

Current Odds to Win National League Pennant: +2750

2020 Season Preview

Milwaukee will begin the 2020 season with the 22nd ranked payroll in Major League Baseball. Veteran lifetime Brewer Ryan Braun is winding down his career with the top salary on the team. Center fielder Lorenzo Cain and left fielder Christina Yelich are next on the payroll.

Right fielder Christian Yelich is the star and cornerstone of the Brewers. He has been with Milwaukee for two seasons and is coming off a career season last year in which he hit .329 with a slugging percentage of .671 and an OPS of 1.100. He scored 100 runs to go with 29 doubles, 44 home runs, and 97 runs batted in despite missing 32 games. Yelich won the 2018 National League Most Valuable Player award and is a two-time All Star and three-time NL Silver Slugger winner.

Second baseman Keston Hiura is coming off an impressive rookie season that has lifted expectations for even more in 2020. Hiura hit .303 with a slugging percentage of .570 and an OPS of .938 in 2019. He scored 51 runs with 23 doubles, 19 home runs, and 49 runs batted in.

Ryan Braun is a six-time NL All-Star and was 2011 NL MVP. Braun has won five NL Silver Slugger awards.  He is coming off a resurgent 2019 season in which he hit .285 with a slugging percentage of .505 and an OPS of .849. Braun scored 70 runs to go with 31 doubles, 22 home runs, and 75 runs batted in.

Right hand starter Brandon Woodruff is the probable number one starter in the rotation. Woodruff is coming off a strong first season as a regular starter. His record was 11-3 with a 3.62 earned run average and WHIP of 1.12. Woodruff struck out 143 batters in 121.2 innings of work. He was a 2019 NL All-Star.

Closer Josh Hader was dominant in his first full season in that role for 2019. Hader was 3-5 with 37 saves and a 2.62 earned run average. His WHIP was 0.81. Hader struck out 138 batters in 75.2 innings of work. Hader is coming off back-to-back All-Star Game appearances and has won the Trevor Hoffman NL Reliever of the Year the past two seasons as well.

2020 Milwaukee Brewers Schedule

March 26-29: Chicago Cubs

March 30-April 1: St. Louis Cardinals

April 2-5: at Philadelphia Phillies

April 6-7: at Cincinnati Reds

April 9-12: New York Mets

April 13-16: Philadelphia Phillies

April 17-19: at New York Mets

April 21-23:  at Pittsburgh Pirates

April 24-26: at Colorado Rockies

April 28-30: Washington Nationals

May 1-3: St. Louis Cardinals

May 4-7: at Miami Marlins

May 8-10: Arizona Diamondbacks

May 11-13: at Chicago Cubs

May 14-17: at Cincinnati Reds

May 19-21: New York Yankees

May 22-24: Chicago Cubs

May 26-28: San Francisco Giants

May 30-31: at Tampa Bay Rays

June 1-3: at Washington Nationals

June 5-7: at Boston Red Sox

June 9-11: San Diego Padres

June 12-14: Cincinnati Reds

June 16-17: at Minnesota Twins

June 19-21: at Arizona Diamondbacks

June 22-24: Toronto Blue Jays

June 26-28: Pittsburgh Pirates

June 29-July 2: at Chicago Cubs

July 3-5: at St. Louis Cardinals

July 7-8: Tampa Bay Rays

July 9-12: Colorado Rockies

July 17-19: at San Diego Padres

July 20-22: at Los Angeles Dodgers

July 24-26: Pittsburgh Pirates

July 27-30: St. Louis Cardinals

July 31-August 2: at Chicago Cubs

August 3-5: at Pittsburgh Pirates

August 7-9: Chicago Cubs

August 11-13: Miami Marlins

August 14-16: at St. Louis Cardinals

August 17-19: at Atlanta Braves

August 20-23: Cincinnati Reds

August 25-26: Minnesota Twins

August 27-30: at Cincinnati Reds

August 31-September 3: at Pittsburgh Pirates

September 4-7: Los Angeles Dodgers

September 8-9: Cincinnati Reds

September 11-13: at Baltimore Orioles

September 15-17: Atlanta Braves

September 18-20: Pittsburgh Pirates

September 21-23: at St. Louis Cardinals

September 24-27: at San Francisco Giants

Statistics By Year (2010)

2019 89-73 49-32 40-41 +322 69-87-6 2nd
2018 96-67 51-30 45-37 +2,313 79-81-3 1st
2017 86-76 44-37 42-39 +1,801 68-87-7 2nd
2016 73-89 41-40 32-49 -24 74-79-9 4th
2015 68-94 34-47 34-47 -2,081 81-69-12 4th
2014 82-80 42-39 40-41 -721 75-83-4 3rd
2013 74-88 37-44 37-44 -723 76-82-4 4th
2012 83-79 49-32 34-47 -918 89-68-5 3rd
2011 96-66 57-24 39-42 +2,104 76-77-9 1st
2010 77-85 40-41 37-44 -673 81-74-7 3rd

Year-By-Year History (2010)

2019 89-73 2nd Lost Wild Card
2018 96-67 1st Lost NLCS
2017 86-76 2nd -
2016 73-89 4th -
2015 68-94 4th -
2014 82-80 3rd -
2013 74-88 4th -
2012 83-79 3rd -
2011 96-66 1st Lost NLCS
2010 77-85 3rd -
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