The Brewers have completed their Major League Draft by taking 41 players. Milwaukee took 23 pitchers during the past three days — along with seven outfielders, seven infielders, three catchers, and one utility player. Twenty of the 41 selections were high school standouts — including nine in a row to start the day on Wednesday. That was a gamble for general manager David Stearns and scouting director Tod Johnson, who most likely face the possibility of paying more than the recommended signing bonuses for those slots to buy out the prep players’ scholarships. Stearns says he does not expect the Brewers to sign everyone they draft — after they signed 37 of last year’s 41 picks.