Milwaukee Brewers Starting Lineup 10/20/21 Brewers Lineup

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In 2019, Milwaukee was one of the three team chase for the NL Central pennant. The Cardinals hot months of July and August helped to push them over the top and stick the Brewers into a win-or-go-home wildcard playoff game. By early September, Milwaukee was 7½ games back of the Cards. They made a nice run, winning 20 games over the final month of the regular season. With a decent core of starting pitchers and a hot hitting lineup, they were the whispered darling entering the NL playoffs.

Milwaukee ran into a team with a destiny. The Nationals bumped the Brewers with a miraculous comeback, and Milwaukee was in next-year mode. Next year is here, but Milwaukee has more question marks than answers. One is the health of their MVP outfielder. Another is who else will provide offensive spark within their projected starting lineup. However, the biggest question is where will they find pitching to compete in a tough division? Milwaukee has one pitcher targeted as an ace, but four pedestrian arms to fill the final four holes in their rotation.

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Brewers Starting Lineup

E. Lauer , (L), P
1. K. Wong , (L), 2B
2. W. Adames , (R), SS
3. C. Yelich , (L), LF
4. A. Garcia , (R), RF
5. R. Tellez , (L), 1B
6. L. Urias , (R), 3B
7. O. Narvaez , (L), C
8. L. Cain , (R), CF
Pos Pitcher
P Eric Lauer E. Lauer (L)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
P Eric Lauer E. Lauer (L)
82
20 7-5 39.1 489 94 46 42 16 41 117 .239% .084% 1.14 .254
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
2B Kolten Wong K. Wong (L)
85
1 116 492 121 73 32 2 14 50 70 12 5 .272 .335 .447 .783
SS Willy Adames W. Adames (R)
91
2 41 142 26 14 6 1 5 15 16 1 2 .197 .254 .371 .625
LF Christian Yelich C. Yelich (L)
81
3 117 475 99 69 19 2 9 51 70 9 3 .248 .362 .373 .736
RF Avisail Garcia A. Garcia (R)
87
4 135 515 121 74 18 0 29 86 68 8 4 .262 .330 .490 .820
1B Rowdy Tellez R. Tellez (L)
84
5 50 151 29 20 4 1 4 8 12 0 0 .209 .272 .338 .610
3B Luis Urias L. Urias (R)
84
6 150 570 122 73 25 1 23 75 77 5 1 .249 .345 .445 .789
C Omar Narvaez O. Narvaez (L)
83
7 123 445 104 73 20 0 11 49 54 0 0 .266 .342 .402 .743
CF Lorenzo Cain L. Cain (R)
81
8 78 286 66 45 13 0 8 36 40 13 2 .257 .329 .401 .729

Most Common Brewers Lineups

5 Games Game
1. Kolten Wong
2. Omar Narvaez
3. Lorenzo Cain
4. Travis Shaw
5. Avisail Garcia
6. Daniel Vogelbach
7. Jackie Bradley Jr.
8. Luis Urias
4 Games Game
1. Kolten Wong
2. Willy Adames
3. Eduardo Escobar
4. Avisail Garcia
5. Christian Yelich
6. Luis Urias
7. Lorenzo Cain
8. Manny Pina
4 Games Game
1. Kolten Wong
2. Willy Adames
3. Christian Yelich
4. Avisail Garcia
5. Rowdy Tellez
6. Eduardo Escobar
7. Omar Narvaez
8. Lorenzo Cain
4 Games Game
1. Luis Urias
2. Christian Yelich
3. Willy Adames
4. Omar Narvaez
5. Avisail Garcia
6. Jace Peterson
7. Keston Hiura
8. Jackie Bradley Jr.
4 Games Game
1. Luis Urias
2. Daniel Vogelbach
3. Christian Yelich
4. Avisail Garcia
5. Omar Narvaez
6. Willy Adames
7. Jace Peterson
8. Jackie Bradley Jr.
4 Games Game
1. Luis Urias
2. Daniel Vogelbach
3. Christian Yelich
4. Avisail Garcia
5. Omar Narvaez
6. Travis Shaw
7. Willy Adames
8. Jackie Bradley Jr.

2021 Recent Brewers Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10/11 @ ATL L 0-3 Ian Anderson I. Anderson (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Kolten Wong K. Wong Willy Adames W. Adames Christian Yelich C. Yelich Avisail Garcia A. Garcia Rowdy Tellez R. Tellez Luis Urias L. Urias Omar Narvaez O. Narvaez Lorenzo Cain L. Cain
10/9 vs ATL L 0-3 Brandon Woodruff B. Woodruff (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Kolten Wong K. Wong Willy Adames W. Adames Eduardo Escobar E. Escobar Avisail Garcia A. Garcia Christian Yelich C. Yelich Luis Urias L. Urias Lorenzo Cain L. Cain Manny Pina M. Pina
10/8 vs ATL W 2-1 Corbin Burnes C. Burnes (R), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Kolten Wong K. Wong Willy Adames W. Adames Christian Yelich C. Yelich Avisail Garcia A. Garcia Rowdy Tellez R. Tellez Eduardo Escobar E. Escobar Omar Narvaez O. Narvaez Lorenzo Cain L. Cain
10/2 @ LAD L 0-0 Clayton Kershaw C. Kershaw (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Luis Urias L. Urias Willy Adames W. Adames Eduardo Escobar E. Escobar Tyrone Taylor T. Taylor Omar Narvaez O. Narvaez Keston Hiura K. Hiura Jace Peterson J. Peterson Jackie Bradley Jr. J. Bradley Jr.
9/30 @ STL L 3-4 J.A. Happ J. Happ (L), 0 IP, 0 SO, 0 ER, ND Luis Urias L. Urias Willy Adames W. Adames Eduardo Escobar E. Escobar Tyrone Taylor T. Taylor Omar Narvaez O. Narvaez Keston Hiura K. Hiura Jace Peterson J. Peterson Jackie Bradley Jr. J. Bradley Jr.

Milwaukee Brewers FAQ

Milwaukee made some minor adjustments over the offseason but did see Yasmani Grandal leave in free agency. They replaced him with Omar Narvaez, who had an overlooked year in Seattle back in 2019. They also added Justin Smoak, as Eric Thames left for Washington. The switch-hitting first baseman will push Ryan Braun to a DH role. This bodes well for Milwaukee, given Braun is a name who has battled injuries over the last few seasons. Ben Gamel will get more playing time. We should also see Eric Sogard more often, and he will play third base with Keston Hiura playing second. Hirua is one of the top younger names in baseball to watch. This Brewers offense is a great mix of power and speed; they will compete in a tight NL Central.

Who Is Going to DH For Milwaukee?

Ryan Braun is going to be the full-time DH for Milwaukee in 2020. This helps Braun get off the field as he battled back injuries the last few seasons and is also almost 37 years old.

Does Keston Hiura Start For The Brewers?

The young and upcoming star, Keston Hiura, is the starting second baseman for the Brewers. He broke onto the scene in 2019 and has earned himself a full-time job now. Look for him atop of the order.

Who Replaced Yasmani Grandal?

After Yasmani Grandal left the Brewers in free agency, they needed to fill the position. They traded for Omar Narvaez, who played for the Mariners. He is a left-handed bat who should enjoy hitting in Miller Park.

What Is The Best Brewers Lineup Of All-Time?

The 1961 Brewers had a loaded lineup that was headlined by Eddie Mathews and Hank Aaron. Both of them had solid years with over 30 home runs and a .300 average. Joe Adcock also clocked 30+ home runs.

What Is The Worst Brewers Lineup Of All-Time?

The 2002 Milwaukee Brewers lost 106 games and were 41 games out of first place. They scored just 627 runs. This was a team on the older side with their hitters, and they failed to produce many runs.

Who Has Played The Most Games For The Brewers?

Robin Yount is the leader in games played for the Brewers. He played from 1974 to 1993, playing 2,856 games. He is a Hall of Famer and went to three All-Star games. He also had over 3,000 hits.