Travis Sarandos, Beyond the Box Score

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Beyond the Box Score

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Travis:

Chase Anderson is trying something new

Changes to mechanics and approach have reshaped the Brewers veteran → Read More

Lunatic Fringe: The Colorado Rockies are World Series contenders

Embrace the madness. Embrace the dingers. → Read More

The Mike Trout Hall of Fame time machine

Scientific projections show that improvement from Mike Trout could end the world. → Read More

The 2016 Rodney Dangerfield All-Stars

So I invented a stat. There’s a 0.1% chance that this is a groundbreaking new statistic that will revolutionize the way we look at hitters, and a 99% chance that this is just some dumb nonsense I did to pass all the time I have during my winter break from grad school. Look, I was bored, and you’re already here, so you may as well finish. It’s gonna be fun, I promise. Here’s what I did. Using… → Read More

Tyler Thornburg ditches zero, gets with hero

The Red Sox and Brewers consummated a Tuesday morning trade that illustrated the divergent paths each team is on → Read More

Why your team should sign Chris Carter

Milwaukee bestowed upon Chris Carter the dubious honor of being the first league home run king to be non-tendered. Where might the slugging first baseman land? → Read More

Tim Tebow and the terrible footballers who came before him

In the beginning (of his baseball career), Tim tried his best. His swing was formless, and zeros hung over the surface of his stat line. → Read More

What to expect from Kyle Schwarber

The Cubs are rolling the dice in bringing their 23-year-old slugger onto their first World Series roster since 1945 → Read More

The Rangers at a crossroads

After falling short in October once again, Texas faces a difficult choice. → Read More

MLB Playoffs 2016: for and against the Giants

The Giants went into freefall after the All-Star Break, but fate and an even year meant they still made the playoffs. Our writers make the case for rooting for the biennial champs, and for rooting against them. → Read More

The Mets are dead! Long live the Mets!

A journeyman shortstop's return has given a second wind to a season on the ropes, but he's not the only one driving the Mets' success. → Read More

Keon Broxton is a rising star

A minor offseason move is paying major dividends for the Brewers → Read More

Prince Fielder was larger than life

Prince Fielder's magnificent career, so unfairly cut short, still provided more than it's fair share of magical moments. → Read More

Is Wilson Ramos the best catcher in baseball?

It's better to be lucky than good, but it's best to be lucky and good → Read More

Rangers acquire Lucroy, Jeffress, and put the AL West in a vice grip

Texas made the biggest offensive splash of the deadline and the Brewers continued the remarkable turnaround of their farm system. → Read More

Unlocking the secret to Wil Myers' breakout

With his career back on track after two injury-marred seasons, the only thing left to do is find the young man a second L for his name. → Read More

The All-Star Game matters, and that's probably fine

Pitchforks and torches are for moving manure at night, pal. Take a breath, it's all going to be okay. → Read More

Red Sox acquire Aaron Hill from Milwaukee in exchange for two prospects

The Brewers continue their rebuild by acquiring 2B Wendell Rijo and RHP Aaron Wilkerson, while the Red Sox add a much-needed bench bat → Read More