Brewers flip script; come from behind to beat Twins 6-5

Milwaukee, W.I. ~ A day after a heartbreaking loss to the Twins on Tuesday night, the Milwaukee Brewers gave Minnesota a taste of their own medicine this afternoon. Rookie outfielder Trent Grisham blasted a go ahead, 3-run homerun in the bottom of the eighth inning, and Matt Albers locked down a gritty save to give the Brewers a series tie and a winning home stand. Trailing 5-3 heading into the eighth, the Brewers got a gift when Jorge Polanco made an

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Brewers fall to Astros 10-8

Houston, Texas ~ Facing arguably the best team in baseball on the road, young pitcher Freddy Peralta was inconsistent again, and the Milwaukee Brewers fell to the Houston Astros 10-8. Coming off of a brilliant start vs Miami last week, Peralta was roughed up often through four plus innings at an extremely hitter friendly ball park in Minute-Made Park. In the four innings he pitched Peralta allowed six runs on eight hits with one walk. The trouble for the young

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Series Preview : Phillies @ Brewers

Milwaukee, W.I. ~ This weekend the Brewers will face off against the Philadelphia Phillies in a Memorial Day Weekend three game set at Miller Park.  Milwaukee is coming off an off day after a two-game series split with the Cincinnati Reds, a series that included a thrilling 11-9, comeback win. Meanwhile, the Phillies look to build some momentum after a four game series against the Chicago Cubs ; each teams each one two games. Philadelphia is coming off of a 9-7

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Brewers start off season with a bang ; Cain says not today and Yelich homers

Milwaukee, Wisconsin- If there has ever been an Opening Day in Milwaukee Brewers history that shows great optimism, this has been the one. In front of a sold out Miller Park crowd, the Brewers put on a show, as reigning MVP Christian Yelich hit a big three run homerun and Josh Hader completed a two inning save, capped off by a potentially game saving catch by Lorenzo Cain, resulting in a 5-4 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. The Brewers looked

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Brewers trade fan favorite Kratz to SF

Phoenix, AZ ~ Even at the beginning of Spring Training, everybody including, Erik Kratz, knew he wouldn’t be a part of the Milwaukee Brewers in 2019. Once Yasmani Grandal signed with Milwaukee, it would’ve taken an injury to him or fellow catcher Manny Pina to keep Kratz, a fan favorite, on the team.  What Kratz didn’t know, however, is where he would end up playing once the Brewers broke camp. The 38 year old got his answer this morning when he

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Brewers need push from Arcia in 2019

Milwaukee, W.I. ~ In 2019, the Milwaukee Brewers will need a serious push from Orlando Arcia from the bottom of the order. Too many times in 2018, the middle of the order would get on base only to stay there due to poor hitting from the bottom of the order. A chunk of  Milwaukee’s slugging came from the first and second spots in the order, filled by Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich. The other 7 spots went a combined .241 ;

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Stearns could have another deal up his sleeve ; Brewers eyeing Keuchel

Milwaukee, WI ~ With less than a month to go before the Milwaukee Brewers head to Arizona, many may think that general manager David Stearns has finished his off-season duties,  ready to continue with the squad he has. It would be reasonable, considering Milwaukee Opening Day payroll is $ 112 million, a franchise record for the club. The Brewers roster looks complete, besides the second base situation, which doesn’t look that bad. However, according to a respected broadcaster in Atlanta, Paul

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Braun tweaks swing ; hoping to overcome unluckiness

Milwaukee, WI ~ Last season’s numbers for Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun don’t stand out as necessarily groundbreaking  : .254 batting average, 64 RBI, and 20 homeruns. But if you go further into the details you will realize that Ryan Braun caught the case of some bad luck. Thanks to Statcast, MLB’s high speed, highly accurate tool to track statistics and massive amounts of baseball data, we were able to see that Ryan Braun deserved to have a higher batting

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Brewers in trade talks with Yankees regarding Sonny Gray

Milwaukee, W.I. ~ Milwaukee Brewers general manager David Stearns has been interested in starting pitcher since the 2017 trade deadline, and he still might be trying to figure out a way to bring the right hander to Milwaukee this offseason. MLB insider Jon Morosi says that the Brewers are  “prominent ” in trade discussions with the New York Yankees. Gray has been on the trade block all offseason, and it is almost certain that he will not be in Yankee pinstripes

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Brewers might be interested in Josh Harrison

Milwaukee, WI ~ With the loss of Jonathan Schoop, the Milwaukee Brewers are once again hunting second base depth, according to Jon Heyman. One of the players that the Brewers seem to be interested in is Pittsburgh Pirates infielder and Brewers killer, Josh Harrison. Harrison will be 32 years old next season, and debuted in 2011, playing all eight years of his career with the Pirates. His best season came in 2014, when he posted a .315 batting average, to go

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