Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

BrewCap Weekend: Brewers Go .500 on Tough Road Trip

Milwaukee Brewers did not have an easy road trip in the middle of May. They went to three cities, 10 games and 10 nights playing two division leaders and one battling for the top spot in the National League East. You can look at this

BrewCap: Yelich Homers Twice in Brewers Blowout

Milwaukee Brewers knew their 10-game road trip would be tough. They faced Chicago, Philadelphia and Atlanta, three of the top teams in the National League. Chicago made the playoffs last year and currently leads the NL Central, Philadelphia leads the NL East and Atlanta was

BrewCap: Gonzalez Keeps Phillies’ Bats Quiet

Gio Gonzalez played a role in helping the Brewers get over the hump in the final month of the season. People were unsure about Gio after a rough 2018 campaign with Washington, but he pitched great for the Crew. They decided to not bring him

BrewCap: Brewers Make Hiura’s Debut a Success

When a player gets called up, you want him to have a good first game especially when he is a top prospect. Usually, it is easier for that to happen when he is a hitter versus a pitcher. There is less of a chance for

Keston Hiura Gives Brewers An Offensive Lift

Milwaukee Brewers decided to give their offense a jolt on Tuesday morning. Keston Hiura, the Brewers top prospect, got the call up to the big leagues as Travis Shaw went to the Injured List with a ‘wrist injury.’ Brewers are in desperate need for an

BrewCap: Brewers Can’t Capitalize While Phillies Do

Milwaukee Brewers struggled to get runners home on Saturday and Sunday at Wrigley Field. They had runners on base, but they could not deliver the big hit. The same happened on Monday night. Milwaukee left 14 runners on base, and even when the Brewers did

BrewCap: Strong Weekend Start Only to End Disappointing

Milwaukee Brewers faced off against the Chicago Cubs this weekend as the rivalry went to Wrigley Field for three games. All three games featured less than favorable conditions for both teams. Milwaukee won Game 1 in dominating fashion, but on Saturday and Sunday, they scored

Two MVP Finally Meet: Yelich and Antetokounmpo

Christian Yelich won the National League MVP in 2018. Giannis Antetokounmpo could very well be the MVP of the NBA in a month or so. They had never met despite living in the same city. Obviously, they both have busy schedules, and it is hard

BrewCap: Brewers See Success With Opener Method

On Monday night, the Milwaukee Brewers announced they were going to use an ‘opener’ for Freddy Peralta’s start on Tuesday night. The opener trend swept baseball last season, and Milwaukee used it sparingly in the postseason. They went back to well to an attempt to

BrewCap: Pesky Brewers Offense Wins Fourth Straight

When you call a baseball team, ‘pesky’, what comes to mind? You think about that team who finds the holes in the gap and produces runs out of practically nowhere. It is one of those things where you look at the score and say ‘How