Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

BrewCap: Manny Pina’s Mother’s Day Moment

Milwaukee Brewers did not have much to play for this afternoon. Milwaukee won the first two games of the series, and they would be 4-2 this week. Not to mention, Jacob deGrom was on the hill for New York Mets. Brewers were down 7-1 in

Odds On Who’s Replacing Ryan Braun

It’s likely that this afternoon Ryan Braun goes on the Disabled List with multiple injuries. He still can’t throw the baseball and now hurt his calf on Tuesday. There are going to be so many takes about how Braun is an untradable asset which I

BrewCap: Betts Big Knock Ends Brewers Win Streak

Milwaukee Brewers had a chance to sweep Boston Red Sox. That’s a fun sentence to write. This game played like a classic with both pitchers – Eduardo Rodriguez and Jimmy Nelson going at it to a 1-1 duel. That was a far contrast to what

PODCAST: When Do Brewers Become Real

Tappers, we’re back again with another podcast. This week is a great one if you enjoy two guys talking with each other like they’re at a local sports bar. Strap it and enjoy the early randomness in the first 10 minutes of the podcast. We

BrewCap: Timely Hitting Gives Brewers Third Straight Win

Milwaukee Brewers continue to impress the masses with their third straight win, their second over an AL World Series favorite Boston Red Sox as the team wins again, 7-3. Brewers are also at their high watermark for games over .500 with two and look to

BrewCap: Broxton’s Revival Helps Beat Boston

In the beginning of May, many people questioned how long Keon Broxton could remain a starter on http://snotapwi.com/?p=4510&preview=trueBrewers. He struggled in April and didn’t show much signs of improvement. But on the road trip his swing came back to life to be the dangerous hitter

MLBPA Needs To Step In With Eric Thames & Testing

Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Eric Thames hit his 12th home run of the year on Sunday afternoon. He skied a shot to right field that Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder John Jaso did not even look at. This was Thames’ first home run since Tuesday, April 25th.

Brewers Minor Leaguer Proposes To His Girlfriend After First Pitch

Milwaukee Brewers had an eventful weekend with rainy weather in Pittsburgh, and their minor league program, Carolina Mudcats, had themselves a wedding proposal by one of their players. Brewers minor leaguer Weston Wilson proposed to his girlfriend after she threw out the first pitch on

BrewCap: Jesus Touches City of Pittsburgh

Milwaukee Brewers had a hell of a road trip. In both St. Louis and Pittsburgh the team dealt with rain, and the conditions were not well for the first two games against Pirates. But the sun was shining on the last game of the road

BrewCap: Garza’s Good Start Foiled By Quiet Bats

This feels weird writing but Matt Garza is coming around in the last two starts. Garza is starting to pitch at his best with getting a ton of groundballs and limiting damage. Further, he is striking out batters at a higher clip and finding ways