MLB Power Rankings: Spring Training Edition

Aramis Ramirez #16 of the Milwaukee Brewers is greeted by Khris Davis #18 after hitting a home run during the fourth inning of their game against the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park on September 13, 2014 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.                                                                                  John Konstanaras/Getty Images

17. Milwaukee Brewers

The Brewers started 2014 great, and they led the NL Central for most of the season until a late season collapse cost Milwaukee the division and playoff spot. In 2015, it seems hard to believe that Milwaukee will be in the picture for the division crown at all. After Pittsburgh and St. Louis both made notable additions, Milwaukee only added Adam Lind. They did themselves a disservice shipping Yovani Gallardo to Texas, as the Brewers rotation is weakened now. With the NL Central holding the Cardinals and Pirates, and the Brewers main offensive weapon in Johnathan Lucroy going down, it will be tough for Milwaukee to keep up. 

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  1. Jimmy

    How do you not mention Justin Morneau in the Rockies section when you talk about how much talent they have? He just won the batting title…

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