The World Series match up is now set, and unbelievably, it does not include the 2020 Milwaukee Brewers. On this week’s podcast, we recap the year that was, including the good, the bad, and the really bad offense. Can you say offensive MVP Jedd Gyorko?
General manager David Stearns allowed proven run-producers Mike Moustakas, Yasmani Grandal and Eric Thames to walk in free agency following the 2019 season and the Brewers never adequately replaced their consistent pop in the fourth, fifth and six spots in the order. The Brewers didn’t hit above . in any of those spots and their home runs and RBIs were down sharply in the five and six holes, a major factor in their franchise-low .
The excitement around the Milwaukee Brewers over the past few seasons has been as high as it ever has been. Multiple winning season with exciting players and innovative management brought a confidence in this team not seen since the early 1980s. While the Brewers failed to finish above .