Milwaukee Brewers Starting Lineup 6/26/19 Brewers Lineup

42-37, 2nd in NL Central

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Milwaukee added some nice pieces last season with Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain. Both were major upgrades in the outfield, and that will be the case again as they kick off the lineup most games. They bring a good source of speed and power together before we start diving into the bigger power bats. Jesus Aguilar has massive power, while names like Ryan Braun, Travis Shaw, and Mike Moustakas all have above average power behind them. Catcher was a weak spot in the lineup last season, but Milwaukee signed Yasmani Grandal to a one year deal. This is a big upgrade for both sides, especially with Miller Park being favorable for left-handed power. The Brewers offense has a little bit of everything, which makes it one of the better ones in baseball.

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Starting Lineup

A. Houser , (R), SP
1. L. Cain , (R), CF
2. C. Yelich , (L), RF
3. R. Braun , (R), LF
4. Y. Grandal , (S), C
5. M. Moustakas , (L), 3B
6. H. Perez , (R), 2B
7. J. Aguilar , (R), 1B
8. O. Arcia , (R), SS
9. A. Houser , (R), SP
Pos Pitcher
SP Adrian Houser A. Houser (R)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
SP Adrian Houser A. Houser (R) 91 2 2-1 31.2 126 26 9 8 3 12 36 18.80% 8.30% 1.20 0.315
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
CF Lorenzo Cain L. Cain (R) 86 1 73 331 76 53 19 0 4 28 46 10 3 0.253 0.314 0.36 0.671
RF Christian Yelich C. Yelich (L) 89 2 73 320 91 44 16 2 29 63 63 17 2 0.336 0.428 0.73 1.159
LF Ryan Braun R. Braun (R) 80 3 73 274 69 43 14 0 12 40 33 5 1 0.271 0.321 0.47 0.788
C Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal (S) 81 4 72 297 67 37 10 2 18 46 40 3 0 0.272 0.38 0.55 0.929
3B Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas (L) 78 5 72 308 77 39 16 0 22 48 49 3 0 0.28 0.357 0.58 0.935
2B Hernan Perez H. Perez (R) 75 6 57 154 34 22 7 0 5 11 20 4 1 0.234 0.279 0.39 0.665
1B Jesus Aguilar J. Aguilar (R) 79 7 69 202 35 25 5 0 5 26 16 0 0 0.205 0.312 0.32 0.634
SS Orlando Arcia O. Arcia (R) 70 8 78 294 64 43 10 1 10 33 32 4 3 0.238 0.299 0.39 0.693
SP Adrian Houser A. Houser (R) 91 9 16 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0

2019 Recent Brewers Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
6/26 vs SEA L 3-8 Zach Davies Z. Davies (R), 4 IP, 4 SO, 4 ER, L Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Christian Yelich C. Yelich Ryan Braun R. Braun Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Jesus Aguilar J. Aguilar Ben Gamel B. Gamel Hernan Perez H. Perez Zach Davies Z. Davies Orlando Arcia O. Arcia
6/23 vs CIN W 7-5 Brandon Woodruff B. Woodruff (R), 7 IP, 12 SO, 3 ER, W Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Christian Yelich C. Yelich Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Ryan Braun R. Braun Eric Thames E. Thames Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Travis Shaw T. Shaw Brandon Woodruff B. Woodruff Ben Gamel B. Gamel
6/22 vs CIN W 6-5 Jhoulys Chacin J. Chacin (R), 4.2 IP, 5 SO, 5 ER, ND Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Christian Yelich C. Yelich Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Eric Thames E. Thames Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Travis Shaw T. Shaw Jhoulys Chacin J. Chacin Ben Gamel B. Gamel
6/22 vs CIN L 7-11 Chase Anderson C. Anderson (R), 5 IP, 6 SO, 6 ER, L Ben Gamel B. Gamel Christian Yelich C. Yelich Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Eric Thames E. Thames Manny Pina M. Pina Travis Shaw T. Shaw Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Chase Anderson C. Anderson
6/21 vs CIN L 1-7 Jimmy Nelson J. Nelson (R), 5 IP, 5 SO, 5 ER, L Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Christian Yelich C. Yelich Ryan Braun R. Braun Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Eric Thames E. Thames Travis Shaw T. Shaw Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Jimmy Nelson J. Nelson
6/19 @ SD L 7-8 Zach Davies Z. Davies (R), 2.2 IP, 3 SO, 5 ER, ND Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Christian Yelich C. Yelich Ryan Braun R. Braun Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Hernan Perez H. Perez Manny Pina M. Pina Travis Shaw T. Shaw Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Zach Davies Z. Davies
6/19 @ SD L 1-4 Brandon Woodruff B. Woodruff (R), 6 IP, 6 SO, 4 ER, L Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Christian Yelich C. Yelich Ryan Braun R. Braun Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Hernan Perez H. Perez Jesus Aguilar J. Aguilar Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Brandon Woodruff B. Woodruff
6/18 @ SD L 0-2 Jhoulys Chacin J. Chacin (R), 4.2 IP, 7 SO, 2 ER, L Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Christian Yelich C. Yelich Ryan Braun R. Braun Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Hernan Perez H. Perez Jesus Aguilar J. Aguilar Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Jhoulys Chacin J. Chacin
6/16 @ SF W 5-3 Chase Anderson C. Anderson (R), 4 IP, 3 SO, 3 ER, ND Ben Gamel B. Gamel Christian Yelich C. Yelich Ryan Braun R. Braun Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Eric Thames E. Thames Travis Shaw T. Shaw Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Chase Anderson C. Anderson
6/15 @ SF L 7-8 Jimmy Nelson J. Nelson (R), 4 IP, 6 SO, 4 ER, ND Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Christian Yelich C. Yelich Ryan Braun R. Braun Yasmani Grandal Y. Grandal Mike Moustakas M. Moustakas Hernan Perez H. Perez Orlando Arcia O. Arcia Manny Pina M. Pina Jimmy Nelson J. Nelson

2019 Milwaukee Brewers Pitching Analysis

The Brewers relied heavily on their bullpen last season, but they got some good numbers out of their rotation as well. They finished with the fifth best team ERA. They didn’t have an elite starter, nor did they have Jimmy Nelson in the rotation. Jhoulys Chacin was the one to lead the way, and he really found himself with Milwaukee. He finished with 15 wins, a 3.50 ERA, and had some decent strikeout stuff as well. Chacin relies on a good slider, and he overcame what many thought would give him trouble, Miller Park. Chacin’s 2019 projections even out a little bit, and split between his 2018 and 2017 numbers. The Brewers do expect to get back Jimmy Nelson, although limited innings will be on his side. They have Freddy Peralta, who came up last season and gave the Brewers some solid starts. Peralta has a weird arsenal because he uses fastball over 75% of the time, and it came with a lot of side angles and different speeds. Peralta should hover around the same innings, and have above average strikeout stuff. The Brewers having another option to fill-in gives their starters some leeway with injuries. With the bullpen coming back just as a strong, you have to think they manage this rotation with a short leash like last season.

Chase Anderson, Junior Guerra, and Zach Davies are all league average right-handers who have a limited range of outcomes that can go both ways. Milwaukee would take under a four ERA from any of these names, which is their ceiling, but overall they are going to be right around the 4.25 ERA mark. None of the three have tremendous stuff, and can get rather lucky at times when they do have a good run. The Brewers will likely get away with a pedestrian rotation given the bullpen and offense is so good. If Milwaukee did end up trading for a tier one or two starter, it would help them tremendously. The ERA might slip a little bit, but they should remain in the top half given they have a top five bullpen to help them get out of trouble.