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He hit the cover off the ball

If you haven’t seen this, take a look. Milwaukee Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado hit a ball to the Pirates’ third baseman Pedro Alvarez. When the ball got to Alvarez, half the cover was torn off. 17 more words

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Colin Dunlap: Everyone Wrong In Sunday’s BaseBrawl

Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez has some punkish tendencies.

That much isn’t up for debate.

In baseball circles, standing and admiring a ball that you belted deep to center — after flipping your bat — and then having to run like heck for a triple when the ball doesn’t traverse over the wall qualifies as a bit punkish. 708 more words

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Week 3: Brewers continue hot April surge, Reds move up two spots in the standings

Power Rankings Week 3

*please note: all stats outside of team records only include games played through 4/20/14.

1. Milwaukee Brewers (last week: 1): 14-5, 1st Place, 81 RS, 63 RA (+18) 1,605 more words

Devin Mesoraco

Carlos Gomez's Bat Flip Was Just a Bat Flip - Get Over It!

Carlos Gomez’s Bat Flip Was Just a Bat Flip – Get Over It!

by Nick Wallander

There it is. The bat flip to end all bat flips (until the next one). 1,003 more words

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Brewers players sounds off on new MLB rules, replays

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — With Major League Baseball’s best record, the Milwaukee Brewers are so far, so good in handling the new rules of the game. The league is using expanded replay for the first time ever this season — but what do the players think about it? 487 more words

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Punches, Extras, and Homers! Brewers Win Series 3-1

Picture: Al Behrman/AP Photo

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What. A. Game.

The first two innings were quiet, a great game for Easter Sunday. Two outs in the third inning, Carlos Gomez thought he knocked one out. 525 more words

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Selig causes another bench clearing brawl

Once upon a time there was a disagreement during a baseball game that led to a bench clearing brawl, how do you correct that from ever happening again? 380 more words

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