"Hard to normalize in a condensed season"

Adam McCalvy talks Brewers' offensive woes

Evan Heffelfinger
September 01, 2020 - 2:43 pm

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The Brewers entered the 2020 season with a lot of question marks around the diamond, bringing in multiple one year contract players to fill holes and add extra offense behind Christian Yelich and Keston Hiura. 

So far, none of the Brewers offseason aquisitions have made a huge impact offensively, most likely a product of Yelich and Hiura struggling early.

Can the Brewers offense get it together enough to make the playoffs?


Adam McCalvy, Brewers beat reporter for Brewers.com/MLB.com, joined Bill on Tuesday to talk about the Brewers offense, the trade deadline, and more: 

Was trading David Phelps the right thing to do?

What can the Brewers do to get the offense consistent?

After the trade deadline, how does this Brewers roster stack up with the rest of the NL Central?

Listen to the full interview below!