Now, this tweet is 4 days old now, but I think it is a good representation of just how good Yelich has been for the Brewers, and how much he truly means to this team.
— Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) June 16, 2018
— FOX Sports Wisconsin (@fswisconsin) June 18, 2018
This tweet is also a couple days old, but since it came out the Brewers are 1-1 moving their 15-16 vs. the Central with a 1-0 loss and 3-2 win. Overall, they are 12-8 vs. every team not named the Chicago Cubs, they are 3-8 vs. them. Their record vs. Chicago continues to worry me.
Through his first 3 starts in the majors @FreddyPeraltaRD is 2-0 with a 2.30 ERA (15.2ip, 6h, 4r, 4er, 8bb, 25k). Opponents have batted just .113 (6-for-53). Peralta will make his Miller Park debut on Sunday vs. St. Louis. #MILatPIT
— Mike Vassallo (@MikeVassallo13) June 20, 2018
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) June 20, 2018
Freddy came up from AAA to make another strong start for the Crew last night. 78 of the 99 pitches Freddy threw last night were fastballs, striking out seven Pirates with no walks in his six scoreless innings. I am getting pretty excited to see what Freddy Peralta becomes over the next couple years as he develops his second and third pitches.
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) June 19, 2018
With Freddy Peralta being recalled the Brewers had to make a corresponding move to clear up some roster space, and that was designating Boone Logan for assignment. Honestly, it was a move that was long overdue. Boone struggled from the jump with the Brewers, after beginning the year on the DL he made his first appearance for the Brewers in May. Logan was brought in to be the lefty specialist this season but struggled mightily to get lefty batters out. On the season lefties were hitting .409 vs. Logan with a .536 OBP. Overall Logan was 1-0 this season with a 5.91 ERA 2.344 WHIP in 16 appearances.