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@Music City posted:

They might be able wrap this up this week. Hard to see where theyโ€™re going to lose in the next 2 seriesโ€™โ€ฆ

The Brewers have lost 3 series since the All Star Break.

One to the team with the best record in baseball when they lost one of those games because Garcia simply dropped a fly ball with 2 outs in the 9th.

They were swept by the 4th place in the AL Central KC Royals. They lost 2/3 to the 5th place in the AL Central Minnesota Twins.

Baseball is weird.

@El-Ka-Bong posted:

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#3, #19, #20, #21, #25

Good post. I wonder how much long-term damage missing the entire 2020 season will do to some of these guys still at the prospect stage going forward. Corey Ray maybe isn't going anywhere at this point (he did get a cup of coffee in Milwaukee this year). He and Brison seemed to be can't miss to be at least contributors but neither has amounted to anything so far.

The 2016 minor league season and the guys added in 2017 seemed to be the key. By that point, the big 3 starters are all rated as top prospect (Woodruff- 3, Burnes- 5, and F. Peralta - 9). Even Houser has come in and is in the top 20. They seemed to develop more quality pitching the in minors in 2016-17 than in what seems like the 20 years before that.

http://m.mlb.com/prospects/2017?list=mil