There's only one mission this year... Last year's heartbreaking Wild Card lost to Adam Wainright lit a fire under GM Paul Molitor's rear to make the moves necessary to take the next step with this Brewers team. For the Brewers faithful, Molitor did just that, making some big moves, yet heavily relying on youth to help them turn the corner. Coming up to Milwaukee from Nashville for good this season are LHP Jed Bradley and RHP John Stilson. Bradley and Stilson figure to be the 3-4 starters in the rotation. From a free agent perspective, the Brewers wanted to improve their #5 starter, and signed vets AJ Burnett and Wandy Rodriguez to low risk deals. If either of them can beat out and hold on to that #5 spot over incumbent Jason Hammel, the Brewers look pretty solid from a starting rotation perspective. Offensively, 3B was the only position of real need that Molitor needed to address. To do so, the Crew took the risk in shipping out a VERY solid #3 SP in Colby Lewis and 2B prospect Scooter Gennett in exchange for Hanley Ramirez. Molitor's top priority was extending Ramirez to a low risk deal, and was successful in doing so as soon as he came to Milwaukee. Throughout the rest of the lineup, many things remain unchanged for the Brewers, as everyone is returning. The only real changes fans may notice is more playing time for C Jason Jaramillo, unless Lucroy can hold him off, and Juan Sanchez seeing some PT at SS and 3B. IF the Brewers can hold off that pesky injury bug, they appear primed for a deep post season run.