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Injuries, Roster Utilization, and the Brewers

The Brewers pulled off, arguably, their most impressive win of the season Monday night in St. Louis. Trailing 3-0 in the 7th inning against a dominant Michael Wacha, the Brewers plated three runs to tie the game. The bullpen kept the Cardinals offense scoreless for… [More]

Surviving The Roster Crunch

By on April 28, 2014

Surviving The Roster Crunch

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]

No serious injuries after Segura hit by Braun’s bat

Apparently, Ryan Braun never had a coach in Little League tell him to not swing the bat in the dugout. Braun was warming up for his at-bat in the bottom of the first inning Saturday night like he usually does, swinging the bat around his… [More]

DoU Podcast: Episode 16 – Will Carroll

Will Carroll (@injuryexpert) joins Host Vineet Barot (@vbarot87) to discuss Ryan Braun, Aramis Ramirez and the Brewers excellent medical staff. You can subscribe, rate and review the podcast on iTunes by clicking here. Music by Milwaukee band “Beach Patrol”

Ryan Braun Hits 3 Homers, Twitter Reacts

Dealing with a nagging inflamed thumb, noted worst man in baseball Ryan Braun ended the longest homerless streak in his career with a three-homer performance that led the Brewers to their fourth consecutive victory in a 10-4 drubbing of the Phillies. Now with second career game… [More]

Braun’s hand still bothering him, could need surgery

Before his suspension last season, Ryan Braun was suffering through the least productive season of his career thanks to a nerve issue in his right hand. If there was any silver lining to the 65-game suspension, it was that the time off was supposed to… [More]

Roenicke Should Challenge Early and Often

Ron Roenicke missed an opportunity to use his first replay challenge in the second inning on Opening Day. In a scoreless tie in the second, Aramis Ramirez was doubled off at second base on a Lyle Overbay liner, and the inning ended on a 3-6… [More]

The Brewers’ $100 M Ball Club

With all the projections being made about the Brewers’ 2014 season, here’s one you can take to the bank — the Brewers payroll will exceed $100 M for the first time in the organization’s history. AP compiled the Opening Day payrolls for every MLB team… [More]

2014 Brewers Position Preview: Left Field

Starter: Khris Davis Backup: Logan Schafer AAA depth: Caleb Gindl, Kentrail Davis The Future: Victor Roache If Ryan Braun’s suspension brought anything positive to the Brewers last season, it was an extended look at their young outfielders. Khris Davis, Logan Schafer, and Caleb Gindl were… [More]

Brewers Stock Watch: Week One

If you know the slightest thing about baseball, it’s probably that the most positive thing you can do is base sharp judgments on players’ performances nine games into spring. It’s just the right thing to do. Kind of like bunting in the top of the… [More]