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Keon Broxton Crushes Longest HR At Busch Stadium

Milwaukee Brewers are enjoying themselves at Busch Stadium this season. Unlike the last few years, Brewers are suddenly owning Cardinals at their own ballpark. They have won five of their six games at Cardinals home ball park. Keon Broxton started the scoring on Thursday night

Bob Brenly’s Comment Towards Villar Was Pathetic

Milwaukee Brewers took care of business against Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night with an 8-6 game. Milwaukee kept fighting off the high-powered D’Backs offense all game long. Jonathan Villar made one of the best plays of the night by diving towards first base to save

BrewCap: Chase Anderson’s Hot Streak Continues

Tonight was a beautiful night at Miller Park. They had dogs in right field, and the game resulted in a Brewers victory. For the first time in a long while, Brewers did not lose a second straight game. That’s an encouraging sign. They won 5-2

Former Brewer Scooter Gennett Has Four-Homer Game

Scooter Gennett was a fan favorite here in Milwaukee to a special kind of group of Brewers fans. People who knew the game weren’t really sad to see him go. Others who like gritty white guys and enjoyed seeing a scrappy white guy get some

BrewCap: Strikeouts Continue to Plague Brewers

Baseball, like other sports, has changed throughout the years. We’re in the era of strikeouts, home runs and nothing else in between. Brewers are striking out a rapid rate in the past couple of games. It started with Clayton Kershaw on Friday night, and it

Brewers Showed They Belong This Weekend

You could look at Milwaukee Brewers weekend in a few different ways. One is they should be on a five-game winning streak and up a couple games on the Chicago Cubs with St. Louis Cardinals faltering with a sweep on the hands of Chicago Cubs.

Mr. Met Flippin’ The Bird Is Fantastic

Milwaukee Brewers were not expected to win this evening. We’ll talk more about that in the BrewCap which is on its way. Despite New York’s winning ways of late, Mr. Met was not happy with the heckling after the game, and he flipped off the

BrewCap: Robbie Ray Silences Brewers Bats

If you don’t know, I’m an avid DFS player. Love it. It’s one of my favorite things to do even if there are times where it drives me crazy. Case in point, I avoided Robbie Ray of the Arizona Diamondbacks because I’ve seen what Brewers

Atlanta’s Lengthy Delay Highlights MLB’s Problem Again

The horse is already dead when it comes to Milwaukee Brewers-Chicago Cubs delay on Saturday afternoon. That said, it’s worth pointing out that the problem of giving the home team an advantage continues to be an issue. Last night, Atlanta Braves beat Pittsburgh Pirates at

Should MLB & Umpires Be In Control Of Rain Delays?

Today, many radio topics in the local market will focus on the rain delay on Saturday between Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs. Most Brewers fans, media and front office feel slighted by Chicago as the game could have played without any issue a couple hours