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Hi Ho Hi Ho

“Hi ho hi ho it’s off to work we go ….” was pretty much the theme of the night Tuesday here in Milwaukee, as Brewer manager Craig Counsell sent 7 pitchers to the mound to secure a win versus the Pittsburgh Pirates at Miller Park. 394 more words


Today's Sports Stat-August 13, 2017

Brewers’ first baseman Eric Thames slugged his team-leading 27th home run last night in the team’s 6-5 win over Cincinnati.

When you look at Thames’ numbers for this season, one stat seems to jump out… although he has 27 HRs and leads the team, he only has 51 RBI (third on the team behind Shaw and Santana). 143 more words

Who Owned Baseball August 11, 2017 (Daily #MLB AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2017 #WOB Standings

Carlos Carrasco took a no hitter into the 7th, allowing 2 hits and striking out 10 Rays in 8 shutout innings to get the 5-0 decision for Cleveland. 1,255 more words

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I'm Excited for MLB's Players Weekend (And You Should Be Too!)

Today Major League Baseball formally announced their plans to hold the first ever “Players Weekend” later on this month, taking place August 25-27. An idea originally proposed back in mid-June, Players Weekend will feature a vast majority of MLB players wearing their very own nicknames on the back of their jerseys, MLB teams wearing colorful/non-traditional jerseys as an ode to youth baseball uniforms, and players being given the freedom to wear their own colorful and unique gear ranging from batting gloves, spikes, catching gear, bats, and more. 357 more words


Milwaukee Brewers: Brandon Woodruffs Impressive MLB Debut

The 24-year-old Brandon Woodruff made quite the appearance for the Brewers in his MLB debut Friday night.

This doesn’t come as a surprise being that almost 60 days ago he was set to start in St. 317 more words


Yes, the Brewers are for real

Photo Credit: BENNY SIEU — WTMJ-TV

Milwaukee has a 5.5 game lead over the Cubs in the Central, while the team is also 10 games over .500; yet Fangraphs isn’t super high on the Brewers’ odds of making the playoffs. 626 more words


Davies, Shaw, Thames highlight Brewers first half success

It seems to be a question I get asked quite a bit these days, although it’s never worded the same:

“How are they doing it?” 403 more words