Noah Jarosh

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I graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in Journalism and another degree in History. Neither was needed to write on the internet.

I like baseball and bourbon and you. Will write for food.

No, that's not how you pronounce 'Jarosh'.

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Lucroy's contract and potential future extension


Jonathan Lucroy might be the best dollar-for-dollar value in the MLB this year and still has plenty of time left in his contract. Still, the Brewers may need to start considering how much they may...


Game Thread #67: Brewers (39-27) at Mets (29-36)

Go Brewers!

Brewers 3, Mets 1: Wily Peralta pitches a gem


Wily Peralta was outstanding tonight as the top of the Brewers' order led the way offensively.


Game Thread #66: Brewers (38-27) at Mets (29-35)

Go Brewers!


Game Thread #65: Brewers (38-26) at Mets (28-35)

Go Brewers!

Risers and Fallers in All Star vote


A look at the Brewers in the latest All Star vote update, and how quickly players are rising.

Brewers 2014 Draft: Signing Tracker *Updated 6/21

The Brewers have signed their four top draft choices already. Here is a complete list of who has signed and who still needs to be signed among the team's draft class.

Brewers 1, Pirates 0: Gallardo Great


Yovani Gallardo was outstanding today as the Brewers squeaked by with a win.

Kendrys Morales signs with Twins


The Brewers had been oft-rumored as being highly interested in Morales, but the first baseman had instead chosen to sign with Minnesota.

MLB Draft Day 3 Open Thread


Rounds 11-40.

Brewers 5, Pirates 15: Brewers lose in a close one


Let's just forget this game happened at all.

Brewers pick 3B Dustin DeMuth 146th overall


The college senior may not have a lot of pop, but could advance through the system quickly.

Brewers select OF Troy Stokes 116th overall


Stokes, a speedy centerfielder, is committed to the University of Maryland.

Brewers select Cy Sneed with 85th overall pick


Sneed is a likely reliever who will fit in with a signability plan on day two for the Brewers as they save money to sign their first three picks.

MLB Draft Open Thread: Day 2


The Brewers have already made three selections in the 2014 draft. Now they get to make a whole bunch more.

Brewers 8, Twins 5: Minnesota slams, MKE wins


The Brewers overcame an early Twins grand slam to win 8-5 after three home runs of their own.

Brewers select OF Monte Harrison 50th overall


Harrison is one of the most athletic players in the draft. But will he sign and break his commitment to play two sports in Nebraska?

Brewers select SS Jacob Gatewood 41st overall


The Brewers have chosen a highly-talented boom or bust prospect with their second pick of the 2014 MLB draft.

Brewers choose LHP Kodi Medeiros 12th overall


Medeiros is a high schooler out of Hawaii who has several scouts raving about him.

If teams were made solely of players they drafted


Here is a thought experiment: Who would the best team in the major leagues be if every franchise was allowed to only use players they have drafted?

Brewers 6, Twins 2: Garza is living large-za


The Brewers offense and Matt Garza's sterling start gave Milwaukee a win against the Twins Monday evening.

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