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Bucs Blast Brewers with Three Homers

The Pirates bats finally showed some signs of life, as they backed up a decent enough pitching performance to end an ugly losing skid. Trailing 1-0 after the first frame, Andy LaRoche's sixth homer of the year - a solo shot ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 20th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

What Should Melvin Do With Hardy?

J.J. Hardy homered for Triple A Nashville on Saturday night, going 1-for-4 with a walk in his first start since being demoted.  While he looks to recalibrate his swing and get back on the track that made him an All-Star, ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 16th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

Brewers’ reality check

On Wednesday, one of the co-hosts of The Mike Heller show in Madison pointed out that if the Brewers were to need 87 wins to take the NL Central (a rather conservative estimate, as the Cardinals are currently on pace to ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 16th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

BDD: Alcides Escobar

Today is Zach's fantastic link day! Hooray! Latest is up at Baseball Daily Digest.Check it out:If Escobar plays every game from here on out, I would expect him to hit .258/.302/.335 and steal 12-15 bases the rest ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 16th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

Is Macha Next?

After all the events on what was called "Black Wednesday" at One Brewers Way, one man managed to escape with his job -- manager Ken Macha.  While Bill Castro, J.J. Hardy, and Bill Hall were all shown the door yesterday, ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 16th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

Are the Brewers Dead?

Another series, another disappointing series loss.  After losing two of three to the Astros, the Brewers now stand at 55-56, 6.5 games behind division-leading St. Louis.  While it's easy to feel depressed about watching this team every night -- they've ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 13th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

Brews still tweaking 25-man before September call-ups

Ken Macha can't wait for September 1st. On that Tuesday, a whole assortment of the 15 players that are on the 40-man roster but not on the 25-man will be making the trip northward, including shortstop Alcides Escobar, third baseman Mat Gamel, ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 13th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

Alcides Escobar in, Hardy out

Are you ready for the Alcides Escobar Era in Milwaukee?  The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that the Brewers have sent starting shortstop J.J. Hardy to AAA Nashville and called up top shortstop prospect Alcides Escobar. As has been the ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 12th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

Time for Bosio to get called up to Milwaukee?

After Tuesday evening's 13-6 pounding, the Brewers' pitching staff now sits as the 4th worst in the majors at 4.84...and worst over the last 30 days at 5.74. On Lucas and Lepay this morning on The Big 1070 here in ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 12th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers

Cameron, Braun get ripped off by ump Larry Vanover

This is my first "sour grapes" post of the year.While watching the top of the 9th in Sunday's game, I caught the last two Brewers' hitters--Mike Cameron and Ryan Braun.Cameron built up a 3-2 count and ... more
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Author: mvn
Posted: August 11th, 2009
Tags: Baseball, Milwaukee Brewers
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