Hard-throwing right hander Corey Knebel was pitching at Triple-A Colorado Springs this time last year. This year, Knebel is going to play in the 2017 Major League Baseball All-Star game.  The 25-year-old has posted a 1.13 earned run average as the team’s closer, since he took over in mid-May.  He’s used his fastball — which can hit triple-digits — to pick up 13 saves and strike out 68 batters in less than 40 innings.  He came to Milwaukee two years ago in a trade with the Texas Rangers.