Yovani Gallardo | Disciples of Uecker - Part 8

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2012 Preview: Milwaukee Brewers, Part II

If you had asked me — and other Brewers fans — about the Brewers’ long term chances of competing after the 2009 and 2010 seasons, I would have said, “good luck.” Like others, I felt that the club had too many weaknesses to fill in… [More]

Building and Rebuilding: NL Central Contract Cores

While working on my 2012 NL Central previews, it occurred to me that the teams can be compared to one another for their contractual cores, as well as their 2012 rosters. The more I research these rosters, the more it amazes me how close some… [More]

Will 2012 Bring a Gallardo Break Out?

Brewers right hander Yovani Gallardo continued the parade of strong pitching performances from starters early in camp Tuesday. Over two innings, he allowed only 1 hit and no runs while striking out 4 and walking none. Those that saw the game on FSN Wisconsin can… [More]

Efficiency and Yovani Gallardo

Adam McCalvy reported at MLB.com that the Milwaukee Brewers are looking to increase Yovani Gallardo’s efficiency. Ron Roenicke introduced an interesting idea while discussing Gallardo’s efficiency: “Sometimes it’s not throwing the nastiest pitch you have the first pitch…There’s a lot of guys that you don’t… [More]

Who are the Brewers’ next three starting pitchers?

The Milwaukee Brewers’ starting rotation has been absolutely stellar so far. The group owns only the 8th best ERA in the National League (a modest 3.85 mark), but they’ve pitched better than that, posting the 4th best FIP (3.43) and WAR (8.0), as well as… [More]

Should Doug Davis Rejoin The Rotation?

Doug Davis is about to return from injury, and so his return to the starting rotation is imminent. Given his 7.56 ERA, it will likely be a bit of an unwelcome return. However, Davis is the victim of a ridiculous .415 BABIP which is simply… [More]

BREWERS 3, Cubs 2: Why We Still Watch

On the heels of a last at-bat victory against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Brewers stuck a walkoff win down the throats of Carlos Marmol and the Chicago Cubs. I don’t care that we’re 24-34. It’s a great time to be a Milwaukee Brewers fan…. [More]

BREWERS 2, Mets 0: A Short Summary

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Brewers 8, PIRATES 0: Always Working The Corners

According to the definition of the start, Yovani Gallardo’s 5 IP, 10 K, 3 H, 0 R start tonight was not of the “quality” variety. I beg to differ – Gallardo showed tonight much of what gives him the potential to be a true ace… [More]

Home Runs, Home Runs, And More Home Runs

The Brewers will enter this week’s series with Pittsburgh with a 5-7 record – certainly slightly disappointing for a team with the ability to contend. The scapegoat is easy to find – the pitching staff. So far, Milwaukee pitchers have allowed a 6.06 ERA –… [More]