Success with Opening Day Starters

What the Brewers are attempting on Opening Day has only been done eleven times in the past ten years, and the decision isn’t sitting too well with some fans. After the news broke that 32-year-old second year starting pitcher Junior Guerra would get the ball to start the season, Tom Haudricourt, a Brewers beat writer from the Milwaukee Journal Sential, quote tweeted an account that...
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Bold Predictions: 2017 Brewers

Yes, its that time of year: Bold predictions season. It’s late March and Brewers fans are all anxious for the season to start. The WBC has been exciting, but it can only do so much. With this in mind, here are some bold predictions for the 2017, ranging from mildly bold to (maybe) too bold.   Junior Guerra posts an ERA and DRA over 4.20. I have written about my pessimism for...
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Counsell unfazed by Feliz's spring struggles

The Brewers' new closer has not worked a clean inning in two weeks, but manager Craig Counsell believes that Neftali Feliz will pitch better once he begins pitching more.
15 hours ago

Brewers release Ryan Webb and Joba Chamberlain

The Milwaukee Brewers announced they have released veteran right-handed pitchers Joba Chamberlain and Ryan Webb. The two received minor league deals during the offseason.Chamberlain has a decade of major league experience under his belt with a career 3.81 ERA. He had an impressive 2.25 ERA with 18 strikeouts in 20 innings last season with the Cleveland Indians. According to Chad...
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Blazek surprised by assignment to Minors

Brewers reliever Michael Blazek was shaken by a Wednesday morning demotion to Triple-A Colorado Springs, a move that surprised the right-hander and cut short his bid for a third straight Opening Day roster spot.
21 hours ago

Conjuring Thoughts on the 2017 Milwaukee Brewers, MLB Team

We’re continuing our season previews today and Max tells me that I have been assigned the NL Central, but I cannot write about the Chicago Cubs because they are “boringly good.” I’m also crossing off the Cardinals, who I don’t care that much about, the Reds, who are boringly bad, the Pirates, who are interesting but only because their pieces do not fit together properly...
Via Off The Bench
1 day ago

David Denson Calls it Quits

While most minor leaguers are wondering where they’ll be heading this upcoming season, Milwaukee Brewers prospect David Denson knows exactly where he’ll be in 2017. Home. The 22-year-old slugger, who made news in 2015 as baseball’s first openly gay player announced on his Facebook page that he was retiring in order to pursue a career as a personal/athletic trainer. “Leaving...
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First openly gay player David Denson retires from baseball

David Denson, who made history in 2015 by coming out publicly as gay, has decided to end his professional baseball career.Denson announced the news in a post on his Facebook page Monday, saying he is now trying to become a personal trainer. Denson, 22, was drafted in the 15th round by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2013. The 6-foot-4 first baseman displayed some power during his minor...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Examining the Brewers Outfield Defense

In recent years, we have become more appreciative of the value of defense. There has been an influx of defensive statistics that have been able (to some extent) to quantify the value of a player and a team in the field. Even for those who scoff at advanced defensive statistics, most could judge by the eye-test that the Chicago Cubs and Kansas City Royals have had elite defenses the...
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Brewers beat Giants with six run power surge

BREWERS 6, GIANTS 4 Kirk Nieuwenhuis and Hernan Perez both hit their third home run of the spring for Milwaukee. Perez added an RBI single, Travis Shaw had an RBI double and the Brewers chased San Francisco starter Jeff Samardzija early. Samardzija lasted four innings, allowing six earned runs and nine hits. His ERA is 11.12 this spring.
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Braun is clearly not a fan of how long Spring Training is

Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun provided some very honest thoughts Thursday regarding the length of Spring Training. The 33-year-old outfielder told MLB.Com’s Adam McCalvy that his favorite Spring Training at-bat is “a first-pitch, line drive double play,” and added that “We don’t get paid by the hour.” Well, that’s some refreshing honesty, at least. Of course...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers' Ryan Braun ruffles feathers with spring training comments

Ryan Braun is not exactly helping his public image with quotes like these.Braun on Thursday ripped spring training for being too long, and he did not mince words. Yes, that’s Ryan Braun, who makes $19 million a season, complaining that players don’t get paid by the hour.This isn’t the first time Braun has gone down this road when it comes to complaining about spring training...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers score eight runs in win over Arizona

BREWERS 8, DIAMONDBACKS 5 Matt Garza was knocked around for his third straight start, allowing four runs over 3 1/3 innings for Milwaukee. Garza's spring ERA is 8.31 in four appearances. Travis Shaw clubbed a two-run shot for Milwaukee, and Jesus Aguilar hit his fourth homer of the spring. Robbie Ray struck out seven over four innings for Arizona, and David Peralta and Daniel Descalso...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Garza using spring training to work on off-speed pitches

PHOENIX -- Matt Garza stuck with the game plan Thursday, which meant the Brewers right-hander fed the Arizona Diamondbacks a steady diet of offspeed pitches. It was a practice in patience for the fiery starter. Garza allowed four runs on five hits, including a homer, over 3 1/3 innings in Milwaukee's 8-5 win. Not his most flattering line. "It's frustrating because I want the results...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

The Next Step for Keon Broxton and Domingo Santana

Last year, only one team improved their exit velocity in the second half as much as the Brewers did, when they went from 17th in the league to fifth. That might not surprise you, because you’ve read often about the young power duo on that team — Keon Broxton and Domingo Santana — and those two were at their healthiest and most dynamic in the second half. And yet the team was...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

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