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Posts Tagged ‘Milwaukee Brewers ’
At the moment I write this, the Brewers are 19-7, having won 73% of their first 26 games. Brewer fan reactions tend to be some combination of at least these two emotions: (1) absolute delight at this ridiculously-good start, and (2) confusion as to what… [More]
What can you say about the Brewers right now? Despite an absolutely decimated roster, the Crew somehow managed to win again in extras, downing the Cardinals 5-4 in 11 innings. The bullpen was its usual outstanding self, allowing only one run in five innings of work…. [More]
Baseball is often a game that confounds expectations. Fantasy players and anyone who has ever tried to bet on baseball knows that just because a given lineup or starter looks particularly strong or weak doesn’t mean all that much. Bad starters shut down league leading… [More]
Before “Gomez-gate” turned a pleasant Easter Sunday into knock-down, dragout 14 inning 3-2 victory, there was a very interesting piece on ESPN.com from Keith Law and Mark Simon examining the usefulness of shifts in MLB. The post (sorry, it’s insider only) makes the case that… [More]
Through the first 6 innings on Wednesday, the Brewers and Pirates played to a 2-2 stalemate between the game’s starters, Yovani Gallardo and Edinson Volquez. Then the bullpen got involved and things got out of hand quickly. When the carnage was over, the Brewers were… [More]
By Steve Garczynski on April 15, 2014
You can find this post from @SteveGarczynski on WIsports.com, the joint online sports venture with Brewers flagship station 620WTMJ, TODAY’S TMJ4 & NBC26 by clicking here. You can find part one by clicking here.