Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

Eric Thames Needs To Bring Fake Mound Charge to MLB

Every now and again, I wish I had people who took care of this blog when I make actual money. Because if I had those people, we would have already blogged this video that went hyper viral of Eric Thames, now Milwaukee Brewers first baseman,

BrewCap: Shaw Smashes Extra-Inning Bomb To Bury St. Louis

Milwaukee Brewers-St. Louis Cardinals have a relationship like Theon Grayjoy had with Ramsey Bolton. Cardinals are obviously Ramsey, and Brewers are the team who gets their penis chopped off (Sorry for the spoiler). So when Brewers beat Cardinals in a dramatic way, it’s a beautiful

Cubs Anger At Coach For Thames’ Comments Is Encouraging

Eric Thames did cool down over the weekend. He did not hit a home run in his last four games. I’m sure people are wondering if he’s in a slump, but that’s not the case likely. I’m embracing the Cards hate if Thames has a

BrewCap: Santana Saves Brewers From Sweep

Milwaukee Brewers looked in a bad spot on Sunday afternoon. They were getting dominated by Atlanta Braves pitcher Mark Foltynewicz who struck out everything in sight. That said, Matt Garza held things together for Brewers, and they mounted a comeback in the middle innings. All

What We Missed: Brewers Ride The Roller Coaster

While in the Dominican Republic, I didn’t try too hard to introduce them to Milwaukee’s Dominican contingent because what I learned in 2008 when I was there last is they really only have affinity for the big-name guys like Big Papi. That said, I did

BrewCap: St. Louis Is Milwaukee’s Daddy Again

What a bad weekend for Milwaukee Brewers. After a successful Thursday night, Brewers dropped three straight games to St. Louis Cardinals. All of the sudden, Cards are hot, and Brewers are struggling. There are still some encouraging things about the team heading into a series

BrewCap: Cardinals Devil Magic Returns in Milwaukee

This headline could describe Friday’s or Saturday’s game. No one would really know because both have been the type of games Brewers fans only see when they’re playing St. Louis Cardinals. Since 2013, Cardinals own a 54-26 record against Crew and continue to find ways

BrewCap: Shaw & Thames’ Two-Man Show Continues

St. Louis Cardinals came to town to face Milwaukee Brewers. These series are usually like pulling teeth for Brewers fans and the team. Cardinals had their number at Miller Park. Matt Carpenter’s home run was the 23rd straight game St. Louis hit a homer at

BrewCap: Bullpen Falls Apart Again For Milwaukee

It’s crazy to think Milwaukee Brewers could be 8-1 on this road trip. That’s amazing to think about truly given how people perceived this team to start the season. After a 55-minute rain delay, Brewers and Cubs got underway for the final game of their

BrewCap: Cubs Offense Wakes Up From Hibernation

Milwaukee Brewers were riding high at the start of this game. Not only had Brewers won six of their last seven, but they possessed a 5-0 lead to begin the game. Milwaukee took full advantage of the winds blowing out in Wrigley to begin this