As part of an ESPN.com Sweet Spot Blog project previewing the trade deadline for all 30 teams, I recently contributed a preview for the Brewers. You can read it by clicking here.
Posts Tagged ‘Milwaukee Brewers ’
By Ryan Topp on July 1, 2014
As has been reported by numerous outlets since February, most notably by Kiley McDaniel of scout.com, it still appears that the Brewers will win the sweepstakes for Gilbert Lara, one of the top Dominican Prospects in this year’s July second class. The lastest confirmation came… [More]
Early summer is a fun time of the year to be a baseball fan. Whether or not your team happens to be in the thick of the pennant race, there are likely to be rumors floating around about possible trades your team could make. Teams… [More]
The Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Colorado Rockies 6-5 on Sunday, completing a three game sweep and capping off a 6-1 road trip. The game also marked the end of a stretch where the Crew played fifteen of eighteen games away from Miller Park, a run… [More]
The Brewers found themselves on the wrong end of a walk-off win on Wednesday night when Tony Campana drove in the winning run for the Diamondbacks with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning. The loss obscures one of starter Matt Garza’s better efforts… [More]
The talk of the baseball world today has been the incident between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Milwaukee Brewers in the 8th inning Tuesday night. With first base open and runners on second and third, Ryan Braun was intentionally hit by Diamondbacks reliever Evan Marshall. Marshall missed his… [More]
By staff on June 16, 2014
Nicholas Zettel & Vineet Barot discuss Managerial Moves and preview the series with the Diamondbacks. You can listen to, rate, review and download the podcast on iTunes by clicking here.
The Milwaukee Brewers got a much needed solid bounce-back start from Wily Peralta in their 3-1 win Wednesday night. After allowing four runs in five innings last time out against the Twins, Peralta shut down the Mets for 6 1/3 innings, throwing 57 of his… [More]