The Milwaukee Brewers currently sit near the basement of the National League Central, and it is hard to imagine any significant improvement over the remaining part of the season. The Brewers have struggled to be consistent this season due to injures and the lack of quality pitching depth.
Depth in the minor leagues is a major issue with the Brewers. The Brewers have the worst farm system in the MLB, and they lack prospects that can make a significant impact at the major league level. Being a small market team, the Brewers need to build through their farm system in order to sustain success year after year.
In order to build up their farm system, the Brewers need to rebuild. Rebuilding is not fun, but it will help the Brewers become a successful franchise over a longer period of time. The Brewers have numerous major league players who other clubs would be interested in. Some of these players include Aramis Ramirez, Corey Hart, Yovani Gallardo, Kyle Lohse and Ryan Braun, all of whom could bring a solid package of prospects back in return.
The Brewers have struggled mightily this season, and it is time for them to enter rebuilding mode. The Brewers need to start unloading some of their major league talent in order to build up their farm system, to insure sustainable success year after year.