"Bullpen isn’t versatile, it’s unique"

Jerry Augustine talks Brewers pitching staff!

Evan Heffelfinger
August 13, 2020 - 3:06 pm

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The Brewers entered the season with a lot of question marks all over the diamond, especially on the pitching front.

So far, however, pitching has been the saving grace of the Crew.

The Brewers starting pitchers have been led by great outings from Ace Brandon Woodruff and Adrian Hauser, and has filled out nicely with combo starter/relievers Corbin Burnes, Freddy Peralta, and others. 

The bullpen, which has been a strength of the Brewers the last couple years, has been solid, led by the return of Corey Knebel, the always fantastic Josh Hader, and a bit of a surprise in under-the-radar offseason pickup David Phelps.

What would you grade the Brewers' pitching staff?


Jerry Augustine, former Brewers pitcher/Fox Sport Wisconsin Analyst, joined Bill on Thursday to talk about the Brewers pitching, offensive struggles and more:

- Why does he think the offense has been struggling so much?

- How impressed has he been with the starting pitching staff?

- What has Manny Pina changed at the plate to become one of the team’s biggest surprises? 

Listen to the full interview below!