MLB: Brewers bloomed late last season, became offensive juggernaut
PHOENIX – There was a moment last season when the Milwaukee Brewers started to click.
Perhaps it happened once the Brewers realized that they didn’t have to do anything special to make up for the loss of Prince Fielder. Or when they started to buy into the changes manager Ron Roenicke and new hitting coach Johnny Narron had been trying to implement.
Whatever the case, the Brewers quietly put together one of the most productive and efficient offensive seasons in the majors, leading the NL in runs, homers and RBIs.
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