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Milwaukee Brewers History: Doc Halladay vs. Milwaukee

The recent passing of Roy “Doc” Halladay had me wondering about the number of times he pitched against the Milwaukee Brewers over the years.  Despite appearing in 416 games (390 of those being starts), I knew some factors worked against Doc matching up against the Brew Crew very often.  1,168 more words

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Today's Sports Stat: October 5, 2017

Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Eric Thames was one of four players this season to slug 30 or more HRs but have less than 70 RBIs. Felix Mantilla was the first player to reach this rare stat when he had 30 HRs and 64 RBI in 1964. 90 more words

Milwaukee Brewers: The most fun season nobody expected

This Milwaukee Brewers team was not supposed to be able to build on their surprisingly entertaining 2016 season. They were supposed to be in the cellar of the National League Central division, with the long road of a rebuild ahead. 446 more words


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


Regression to the Mean Machine

Old habits die hard. That, in a nutshell, is the concept behind regression to the mean. To understand this concept, let’s first define what mean, means (and forgive me for sounding like Bill Clinton during the Lewinski affair). 524 more words

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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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