Milwaukee Brewers 2011 Minor League Review
Overall farm ranking via Baseball America (2011)
2011 (30) | 2010 (14) | 2009 (10) | 2008 (21) | 2007 (5) | 2006 (5) | 2005 (3) | 2004 (1)

Record of Major and Minor League Teams
MLB: [94-65] NL Central (record as of 9/25/11
AAA: [71-73] Pacific Coast League – Nashville
AA: [64-73] Southern League – Huntsville
A+: [62-76] Florida League – Brevard County
A: [67-72] Midwest League – Wisconson
R: [30-46] Pioneer League – Helena
R: [17-39] Arizona League

The Run Down
Prior to the 2011 season start, the Brewers made several trades that depleted their farm system of top talent. Please, blog, may I have some more?

Please, blog, may I have some more?

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Garrett Richards | RHP (SP) | Los Angeles Angles | D.o.B: 5/27/89 | 6’3″ | 215 lbs | B/T: R/R | 1st rd, #42, 2009 | LAA # 7 ranked prospect per Baseball America 2011 | MiLB Player Page

Owner of a plus fastball that registers between 92-93 MPH with good sinking action and occasional cutter-like movement. Please, blog, may I have some more?

Please, blog, may I have some more?

Chris Archer | RHP (SP) | Tampa Bay Rays | D.o.B: 9/26/88 | 6’3″ | 180 lbs | B/T: R/R | Rd. 5, 2006 (HS) | CHC #1 ranked prospects per Baseball America (pre-Matt Garza trade) | MiLB Player Page

Archer was the larger name that came over in the Matt Garza trade (prospect mavens will note that Huk-Ju Lee was the prized piece). Please, blog, may I have some more?

Please, blog, may I have some more?

The Milwaukee Brewers promoted the 24-year-old, unranked third baseman Taylor Green. Has a solid swing, controls strike zone and make consistent sound contact, power is average at best. Defensively is where he stands out, showing above-average skill. This year at Triple-A (Pacific Coast League) he has a dominant slash line .336/.413/.583 in 420 at-bats with 59 XBH (22 Hr) and a 72:55 K:BB ratio. Please, blog, may I have some more?

Please, blog, may I have some more?

Brad Peacock | RHP (SP): | Washington Nationals | 6’1″ | 175 lbs | B/T: R/R | 41st rd, 2006 | WAS #10 ranked prospect per Baseball America 2011 | MiLB Player Page

I’ve spent the last couple months watching Peacock’s prospect stock rise in Washington behind the veil of Bryce Harper and the recovery of Stephen Strasburg. Please, blog, may I have some more?

Please, blog, may I have some more?