Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

Brewers Sweep the Cubs… Now What?

For the second weekend in September, this was about as good of a weekend for Wisconsin sports fans as they could get with a Badgers win, Packers beating a top-tier team and the Milwaukee Brewers securing their first sweep against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley

Castillo Castrates the Brewers Offense

Cincinnati Reds have not been known for their pitching this season. Actually if they had a decent staff, Reds would probably be a near .500 team with their potent offense. Luis Castillo might be the ace they’ve been looking for since Johnny Cueto was traded

Brewers Fall Apart & Crumble in Cincinnati

If the Milwaukee Brewers miss the playoffs, they will reflect on going 2-4 against San Francisco and Cincinnati at the final quarter of the season. There’s no reason that should have happened, but unfortunately happens with a young team. Brewers do not know how to

Billy Hamilton Plays Brewers Heartbreaker Yet Again

My roommate said to me about a month ago, ‘Billy Hamilton is the type of guy who always does better against your team, but in reality, he’s actually an average player.’ He’s a Cubs fan, and I’m obviously a Brewers fan. But this is 100

Cubs Continue To Play Mind Games With The Brewers

Chicago Cubs are treating the Milwaukee Brewers like a second-class baseball team. Brewers ought to feel like they are getting punked by the World Series champion. Earlier this year, we had John Lackey’s asine comments about Eric Thames then we had the rainout fiasco and

Still Can’t Get Over Keon Broxton’s Catch

Regardless of it being the next day, all I have thought about is Keon Broxton’s catch he made to end the baseball game on Wednesday afternoon to beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 6-5. In what was an amazing game for Milwaukee, they were able to

Brewers Cure Their San Fran Ballpark Woes

There was a reasonable amount of concern heading into this week’s Brewers series against San Francisco. Even though the Giants have one of the worst records in baseball, it appeared Milwaukee could have their hands full considering the Giants’ ballpark is not conductive to what

Brewers’ West Coast Swing Starts Strong

Milwaukee Brewers began their last big road trip losing the first five games before securing a win. This time around, it’s a little different with Brewers gaining two of three from the current second Wild Card Colorado Rockies with back-to-back wins this weekend. West Coast

Sink or Swim Time For Milwaukee Brewers

West Coast road trips in baseball, basketball and hockey can define a season as a team comes down the stretch. I remember writing a similar thing about Milwaukee Bucks when they started out West in mid-March fighting to get back into the playoff race. This

Brewers Head To West Coast On the Right Foot

Things look bleak for the Milwaukee Brewers after the top of the third inning. Pittsburgh led 4-0 with their ace Gerrit Cole on the mound. It appeared like Milwaukee’s winning streak would end at three, and Brewers still would head on their nine-game three-city road