Troy Stokes Jr (#15 Prospect): Playboy Progress Report

There are not too many people on the planet who can own the nickname ‘playboy.’ Troy Stokes Jr. is one of them and the five tool phenom is on the rise. After being added to the 40 man roster in November, it is clear The Milwaukee Brewers are invested in the 22 year old left fielder. An in-depth review of his progress from Rookie Ball to Biloxi (AA) helps us understand why.

Keston Hiura (#1 Prospect): Hope vs. Hype

Milwaukee Brewer Fans everywhere are stirring about Keston Hiura, 22 year old second baseman from UC-Irvine. After being drafted ninth overall in the 2017 Amateur Draft, the fire was lit. Expectations have run high and his legend has grown to epic proportions in even casual Brewer circles. It seems that many fans forget he is very young and still playing Double-A ball… based on the hype surrounding the young phenom it is hard to blame them. 

Understading Hader’s Dominance: A Graphic-Heavy Analysis

Since the day Josh Hader was born he seemed destined to be a Brewer. After being born in Millersville, MD and going to Old Mill High School it seems the universe was always aiming him at Miller Park. In just his second year with The Crew, the 24 year old had a season for the ages and was named 2018 ‘Relief Pitcher of the Year.’ While many Brewers Fans know he is great, he is probably even better than that. BREW MATHs charts, graphs and maps the man, the myth, and his budding legend…