Milwaukee Brewers

Coming off a season where he threw 244.0 innings of 3.43 ERA baseball for the New York Yankees, 27 year old right-hander Melido Perez was lured to the Cream City with a three-year contract worth $11.75 mil guaranteed that included a $4.5 mil player option for 1997. Milwaukee’s #3 overall draft pick was protected, but the signing did require the surrender of their second-round selection.
Author: Brew Crew Ball
Posted: April 5, 2020, 3:00 pm
It’s the fourth and final foursome in the Sweet 16 with these Milwaukee Brewers looking to make it to the Elite 8 in the Jeff Suppan Region. Some could argue 3 of the 4 remaining guys could potentially win the title in the “Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade” bracket. Like the Gagne Region, the 4 top seeds are all still alive, though some voting shenanigans nearly claimed Matt Garza, the top seed in the Suppan Region.
Author: Brew Crew Ball
Posted: April 3, 2020, 4:00 pm
Biding their time: Athletes, coaches have fun on social media with sports stuck on hold
Author: Atchison Globe Now
Posted: April 3, 2020, 1:15 pm
I may have to just start playing old games in the background while I cook dinner to try to make my brain think things are getting back to normal. While thinking about missing baseball, it made me think of some of the players I miss watching the most. Sure, I miss Yelich’s bombs and Keston’s rockets and Burnes’ sliders, but I started thinking more and more of the players I cheered for when I first started loving the game, specifically Brewer players.
Author: Beloit Daily News
Posted: April 3, 2020, 3:00 am
The world’s in rough shape right now, and according to all the experts and projections, it’s going to get worse before it gets better. So let’s take five minutes for a quick smile courtesy of Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich and a kid in need of a catch. The kid is the son of Tommy Spaulding, an author and professional speaker who wrote about his run-in with the former MVP on his personal website and blog.
Author: OnMilwaukee.com
Posted: April 2, 2020, 10:01 pm
The final run came in the 7th inning, when Hiura delivered his second triple — tying the Brewers’ team record for triples in a single game — and Narvaez again drove him in. The Cubs threatened in the 8th inning, putting two men on with nobody out, but Devin Williams struck out the side to end the rally, and Josh Hader picked up the save to seal it.
Author: Brew Crew Ball
Posted: April 2, 2020, 2:00 pm
Former Brewers player Jerry Hairston visits for an extended conversation about the 2011 Milwaukee Brewers. He and host JR Radcliffe discuss the circumstances that brought him to Milwaukee (and why he specifically sought out a trade to the Brewers) and landed him the starting third-base gig in the playoffs, where he was the Brewers best hitter in the 2011 postseason.
Author: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Posted: April 2, 2020, 10:15 am
The list began with the 2018 campaign and now concludes with the No. game — as ranked by the DodgerBlue staff — when the Dodgers defeated the Milwaukee Brewers in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series. The victory marked the Dodgers’ second consecutive berth in the World Series and the franchise’s 11th NL pennant since moving to Los Angeles in 1958.
Author: Dodger Blue
Posted: April 1, 2020, 11:56 pm
Brewers Wednesday, April 1 (6 p.m. Game 163, Oct. 1, 2018. AM-620.
Author: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Posted: March 31, 2020, 9:50 pm
There may be no Major League Baseball being played in stadiums across the country, but, to satisfy at least part of baseball fans’ appetites, the season is still getting played out in daily simulations. Two outlets, Strat-O-Matic and Baseball Reference, are simulating every MLB game that was on the schedule and updating the standings and statistics to provide a look at what the season might be looking like if it were happening as planned before the COVID-19 pandemic delayed its start.
Author: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Posted: March 31, 2020, 3:32 pm
I’ve been doing my part in that but at the same time doing everything I can to stay ready for the season. It’s nice to get in my work and then be able to spend time with the family. So, it’s the best of both worlds.
Author: Green Bay Press-Gazette
Posted: March 30, 2020, 8:17 pm
Roeper’s feel-good movies: 71 titles to get you through these feel-weird times From ‘The Nutty Professor’ to ‘The Karate Kid,’ here are the best films for escaping this world and immersing yourself in a funnier, smarter, sweeter one.
Author: Chicago Sun-Times
Posted: March 30, 2020, 6:34 pm
During baseball’s hiatus for the coronavirus pandemic, players are getting plenty of extra time at home with their families. For Josh Lindblom, the Harrison High School and Purdue product who’s a member of the Milwaukee Brewers, the break from baseball means he can spend quality time with his three children, Presley, Palmer and Monroe. Sunday night, instead of pitching, Lindblom was reading the bedtime story “Goodnight Baseball” to his kids.
Author: WTHR Indianapolis
Posted: March 30, 2020, 5:52 pm
With the sports world on pause, Brewers star Christian Yelich seems to be doing what everyone else is doing while holed up in their homes: Watching the bizarre documentary “Tiger King” on Netflix. The story centers on a colorful character who goes by the name Joe Exotic and his private big-cat zoo in Oklahoma. The seven-part series has been trending as Netflix’s No.
Author: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Posted: March 30, 2020, 2:30 am
Here at BCB, we are going to play simulated games for every game on the Cubs 2020 schedule via MLB The Show 20. This will continue until the actual schedule begins, or we get some clarity on what’s actually going to happen with baseball this year. The Cubs and Brewers will play today at Miller Park, via the magic of MLB The Show 20.
Author: Bleed Cubbie Blue
Posted: March 29, 2020, 7:30 pm
Garza may be lucky to have 34 people call themselves fans of his in his time as a Brewer. His next matchup features an opponent whose number one fan in the world may have contributed to fans’ distaste a bit. Guerra’s up-and-down time with Milwaukee saw contribute plenty to winning teams, while also playing a role in some struggles.
Author: Brew Crew Ball
Posted: March 29, 2020, 5:30 pm
The Cubs lost our first simulated game to the Brewers 5-3 on Thursday. Here are the National League Central standings going into today’s game: As time goes by, we’ll post the standings for the entire NL and AL. Here at BCB, we are going to play simulated games for every game on the Cubs 2020 schedule via MLB The Show 20.
Author: Bleed Cubbie Blue
Posted: March 28, 2020, 7:30 pm
Ray, still rated No. two years later, was the Class AA Southern League player of the year in 2018 but suffered through a miserable, injury-plagued ’19 season, making this season a vital one for him as well. Now you see why the Brewers’ farm system is rated so low.
Author: The Oshkosh Northwestern
Posted: March 28, 2020, 7:08 pm