Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

Did Counsell Make The Right Move With Josh Hader?

This could have been a memorable night of baseball for Milwaukee Brewers. Jimmy Nelson looked like an ace delivering a huge start against Washington giving up one run and striking out 10 batters. Future star Lewis Brinson hit his first major league home run in

BrewCap: Davies & Run Support Rides Again

In 2017, it’s understood by most people that win/loss records for pitchers really doesn’t matter. And if it were 1995, people might think more highly of Zach Davies. He’s won 12 games already this season, and that’s due in large part to getting some of

Phillies Becomes No Cure For Brewers

This weekend was the time when everyone thought Milwaukee Brewers would find their way back to the winner circle. Philadelphia Phillies came into the series with a little bit of swagger winning three of their last four, and they continued their good fortune with two

Brewers Stall Out Of The Gates In Second Half

The worst thing to happen to Milwaukee Brewers was the All-Star Break. The second half start isn’t a nightmare per say, but it’s getting ghoulish with losing five straight games tying a season-high. This included a four-game sweep by the hands of division rival and

Brewcap: Umpires Play Large Part in Brewers Defeat

You never really want to blame the umpires for a team losing any game, but it’s hard not to think the umpiring crew in last night’s Milwaukee-Pittsburgh didn’t play a large role in how the game ended up. Brewers players still didn’t overcome the bad

Is Jacob deGrom Worth Squeeze For Brewers?

Yesterday, we discussed how Milwaukee Brewers would not go overboard when it came to trade pieces in the next two weeks. Today, we might contradict that point a little bit. Joel Sherman of the New York Post who is connected as anyone explained why New

Brewcap: Pittsburgh Continues To Be A Pain

Milwaukee Brewers are seeing great success this year. They are one of the surprise in baseball, but Brewers have a team whose been kryponite for them thus far in Pittsburgh Pirates. For the season, Brewers are 3-5 with only one win coming at PNC Park.

Brewers Aren’t Going To Mortgage Future For 2017

With Milwaukee Brewers being in first place, they’re obviously in trade talks with certain players. It’s hard for a time to be a contender and not look at how they can add talent before the trade deadline. Many Brewers fans are concerned the team will

Brewcap: Brewers Celebrate 82′ With Strong Weekend

This weekend in Milwaukee was a celebration of the 1982 AL Champion Milwaukee Brewers. If I had a working computer and figured out how to be functional, I may have dropped a hot take about Brewers needing something else to celebrate. I get that 82′

According to Contreras, Cubs Are Back

Chicago Cubs had the kind of a weekend they needed by blowing out Baltimore Orioles all weekend scoring eight or more runs in each of the games. Cubs looked like the team we saw all of 2016 which is a refreshing sight after how poorly