Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

THEY’RE ALIVE! Brewers Bats Wake From April Slumber

It’s good to see the Milwaukee Brewers bats come alive on Thursday night. They broke the game wide open with a seven-run sixth inning putting Milwaukee up 12-3, and they did not look back from there. Milwaukee scored their most runs of the season, and

Jabari Parker’s “Frustrated” Comments Fall Flat

Hope you liked Milwaukee, Jabari Parker. The media had a chance to meet with Parker and the Milwaukee Bucks yesterday before their Game 3 showdown with the Boston Celtics. The heel turn of Parker continues with comments made regarding not getting enough minutes and being

BrewCap: Reds Rock Brewers with 6-run Sixth

Over the weekend, we talked about how you can be .500 on the road as long as you take care of business your home park. Milwaukee is not doing that in the early part of the season. They are an abysmal 2-6 at home, and

Brewers’ 3-3 Road Trip Should Be Seen as a Success

One thing about sports fans is they can be fickle. Too fickle at times. Some might look at the Brewers dropping two out of three to the New York Mets as a failure. Wrong. Mets are the best team in the National League, and the

Celtics Edge Bucks in Game 1 Overtime Thriller

Right before the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics were getting ready to tip-off, it appeared the national media deemed Milwaukee the favorite in the series. Even though only 10 teams have won as a 7 or 8 seed, people felt good about the Bucks considering

BrewCap: Davies Struggles vs. Hot Mets Bats

Zach Davies is one of the top three pitchers in the Brewers rotation. He’s a notably slow starter. Just like Jhouyls Chacin who has a similar issue. It requires some patience from Brewers’ fans. Davies struggled on Friday night as he was unable to get

BrewCap: Brewers Continue to Live Dangerously

If the Milwaukee Brewers season were a movie character, it might be Austin Powers. “I, too, like to live dangerously.’ Milwaukee continues to put themselves in these tight ball games, and some worked out while others did not. This one is the former with the

BrewCap: Bullpen Goes From Bad to Dumpster Fire

One of the strengths of the Milwaukee Brewers to start the year this season was their bullpen. They have a group of arms that could be very deadly. Corey Knebel goes down with an injury, and all hell breaks loose with this team. Jacob Barnes

BrewCap: Injury Bug Bites Again in Brewers Victory

Good news is the Brewers responded to every punch the St. Louis Cardinals threw at them yesterday. Bad news is Lorenzo Cain pulled up awkwardly after landing on Jose Martinez’s foot. Cain left the game in the eighth inning. This is a nice victory, but

Yelich & Braun Let the Cardinals Know a New Duo Has Arrived

Did that really happen last night? I mean, did it really? Christian Yelich and Ryan Braun went back-to-back for the final two at-bats of the game to pull out a victory and give the Brewers a shot to win the series tonight. What a massive