Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

BrewCap: Brewers Sweep Marlins & Win Seventh Straight

Before Milwaukee’s hot streak, I said on the variety of podcasts that I do (Tapping The Keg, Daily Tap) that the Brewers were an average baseball team. The stats showed it. Milwaukee had been 30-30 in their last 60 games. Part of me wondered why

Ryan Braun Hits Home Run Wearing Yelich’s Jersey

There are some things that are bigger than sports. Ryan Braun and Christian Yelich developed a friendship throughout the last couple of years that Yeli has been with the team. It seems to me their relationship is an older brother to littler brother situation at

Good Morning, Brewers Are Tied For Wild Card

WOW. That’s all I can really say at this point. Wow. Your Milwaukee Brewers are tied for the Wild Card lead with the Chicago Cubs. Chicago fell 4-0, and they’re now all tied up with 17 games to go. New York and Philadelphia each trail

Mike Moustakas Had Himself a Birthday

Mike Moustakas celebrated his 31st birthday yesterday. I’ll ignore the fact that Moustakas is younger than me by nearly a month because frankly, he looks older than me but maybe, I’m a geezer. Regardless, he did much cooler things on his birthday than I did.

#DoItForYeli: How Brewers Can Still Make The Wild Card

Milwaukee Brewers lost Christian Yelich for the season last night to a fractured kneecap. He will be out of the season and the foreseeable future. This is an obvious blow to the Milwaukee Brewers’ chances at making the playoffs for consecutive years. That’s something Milwaukee

Instant Reaction to Christian Yelich’s Season-Ending Injury

Christian Yelich is out for the season. If you did not watch the game tonight or spent some time on social media, Yelich fouled a ball off his knee and hit his kneecap leading to a fractured kneecap. He is done for the year and

Would David Stearns Be Interested in Red Sox’s GM Role?

David Stearns is one of the better young general managers in baseball. He is heralded for turning around the Milwaukee Brewers and making them into playoff contenders for two straight years. As a small-market fan, big jobs always scare you. Yes, that could be small-town

BrewCap: Grisham’s Five-Hit Night Fuels Brewers

Trent Grisham might be one of my favorite stories in a while. He was tolling around in the minor leagues and did not really have a trajectory towards the big leagues. This was disappointing considering Milwaukee picked him in the first round and thought big

Should Brewers Be Trolling The Marlins on Social Media?

Yesterday, I saw a tweet from the Milwaukee Brewers where they went through the bobblehead museum at the Marlins Stadium then show a picture of the Yelich MVP bobblehead asking if they would like one. It’s pictured below. This led to an onslaught of Marlins

BrewCap: Brewers Make Their Wild Card Push

Milwaukee Brewers looked like they were on their last gasp after Thursday night. Brewers were beat handily by the Cubs after playing well against Houston a couple of days prior. Maybe, it was the wake-up call that Milwaukee needed because they rattled off three straight