"Failure of run production"

Adam McCalvy talks Brewers playoff push and offense

Evan Heffelfinger
September 22, 2020 - 2:27 pm

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The Brewers entered the last week of the season with a legitimate shot of the playoffs, sitting within a game of the Reds and Cardinals with three games against the Reds and five games against the Cardinals remaining.

So far, the Crew dropped game one in Cincinnati, thanks in part to another poor outing from the offense, which has been the biggest issue for the club this season.

The Brewers have had their bright spots, like veteran Jedd Gyorko, the resurgence of Daniel Vogelbach and more, but the biggest story has been the struggles of Christian Yelich and Keston Hiura, among others.

Can the pitching staff carry the Brewers into the postseason, or can the offense turn itself around at just the right time to lead to a postseason berth?


Adam McCalvy, of Brewers.com/MLB.com, joined Bill on Tuesday to talk about the Brewers offensive woes, Ryan Braun, and more:

What needs to go right for the Brewers to make the postseason?

- What has been the problem with the offense?

Can the pitching staff carry the offense into the postseason?

- Is this the end of Ryan Braun's career, whether in Milwaukee or in general?

Listen to the full interview below!