Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

BrewCap: West Coast Swing Starts Slow for Brewers

Mitch Ross and I did a podcast this week where we talked about a lot of things related to the Brewers. We included some chatter about the West Coast, and how it doesn’t scare us as much as Brewers fans. This will be Milwaukee’s last

Time For Brewers to Make Their Move in the NL Central

The time is now for the Milwaukee Brewers. After having the toughest schedule in baseball, the next month is about as light as you can get in MLB terms. Brewers have a real opportunity to start creating some distance from them and the Chicago Cubs

BrewCap: Moose’s Big Knock Wins It For Milwaukee

Milwaukee Brewers are getting used to playing extra-inning games. Last night marked the sixth extra-inning game that the Brewers have played in since game 24 of the year. Brewers and Houston went to extras where the hitting was hard to come by. Finally, in the

This Might Be the Only Time I’m Happy for St. Louis

If you’ve been following sports, you probably know that the St. Louis Blues won the Stanley Cup last night. They went into Boston and beat the Bruins, 4-1, in a rousing victory. Blues won their first title in franchise history. Now, I know what you’re

BrewCap: Fifth Inning Implosion Snaps Brewers’ Streak

Anyone with a little bit of a brain knew that the two-game series that Milwaukee had with Houston was not going to be easy. Rather, they were going to have to battle to get one game out of this series especially with Justin Verlander on

BrewCap Weekend: Brewers Continue Bucco Dominance

For the Milwaukee Brewers, the matchup with the Pittsburgh Pirates is always interesting. Sometimes, the season series is very close between the two teams. Other times, Brewers flexed their muscles and won everything in sight. Until the last couple of years, the Brewers owned Pittsburgh

Mike Moustakas Wins Brewers Fans’ a Brand New Car

Mike Moustakas is having a major season. He is up to 20 home runs and hitting .275 for the season. Moose will be an All-Star starter this year without question. He had another big game against the Pittsburgh Pirates with a massive home run in

BrewCap: Peralta & Moose Help Brewers Avoid Sweep

Milwaukee Brewers haven’t been swept since mid-April. It came from the Los Angeles Angels in what could best be described as a weird series. Miami Marlins had a chance to do the unthinkable and pull a road sweep from the Brewers on Thursday afternoon. They

Brewers Did The Right Thing Not Overpaying Kimbrel

Chicago Cubs made the first shot across the bow for the National League Central race. They signed Craig Kimbrel to a three-year 43-45 million dollar deal last night. Chicago finally solidifies the closer position, something that has been an issue for them. Even though Chicago

BrewCap: Nelson’s Debut Flounders as Fish Bats Stay Hot

Milwaukee Brewers looked to be on the up and up coming into a homestand wit with Milwaukee. They won their last two games and went 5-2 on a tough road trip. Brewers welcomed Miami and Pittsburgh to town this week. Two teams with sub .500