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Brewers break out big bats, wallop the Rockies, 12-3

Brewers break out big bats, wallop the Rockies, 12-3

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Crooked numbers in multiple innings. Box Score Corbin Burnes got the start for the Milwaukee Brewers today as they took on the Colorado Rockies on the road, and he continued to look dominant in spring’s early going. The right-hander walked the first man he faced in Raimel Tapia, but that was it. He allowed zero hits and punched out five batters across two scoreless frames, though Josh Fuentes did reach on an error by shortstop Luis Urias in the second inning. Speaking of Urias, he was removed from the game in the third inning with a...
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Spring Training game thread #6: Milwaukee Brewers (3-2) @ Colorado Rockies (2-1)

Spring Training game thread #6: Milwaukee Brewers (3-2) @ Colorado Rockies (2-1)

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports Burnes (1-0, 0.00 ERA) vs. Gomber (0-0, 0.00 ERA) Lineups: Burnes is back on the mound! Listen to today's game on https://t.co/Xlmncj0AHz at 2:10 p.m. CT.#CactusCrew pic.twitter.com/n60y1Ief3B— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) March 5, 2021 #Rockies lineup pic.twitter.com/AhqVz49QZt— Patrick Saunders (@psaundersdp) March 5, 2021
Reviewing the Brew 19 hours ago

Brewers: Does Signing Bradley Jr. Move the Needle to NL Central Favorites?

After a pretty quiet off-season for most of the National League Central, The Brewers might now have edged past the St. Louis Cardinals as favorites for the division. You can thank signing Jackie Bradley Jr. for that. Milwaukee signed the former Boston Red Sox outfielder to a two-year, $24MM contract with an opt-out after the […] Brewers: Does Signing Bradley Jr. Move the Needle to NL Central Favorites? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Injury updates: Woodruff, Cain, Williams on the mend for the Brewers

Injury updates: Woodruff, Cain, Williams on the mend for the Brewers

David Richard-USA TODAY Sports Extended rehab and stiffness and tightness, oh my!  Minor injuries mean a few fan favorites haven’t been quite game-ready for Week 1 of spring training. Not to worry; they should be healthy by Opening Day. Here’s a quick rundown: Devin Williams No setbacks for Devin Williams but it will be a bit before he pitches in a game -- post-March 17 off-day, Craig Counsell said. That still gets Williams ready by Opening Day on April 1.— Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) March 3, 2021 Remember when not-yet Rookie of the Year Devin Williams...
Reviewing the Brew Mar 4, 2021

Brewers: Ashby and Small Already Auditioning for Late Season Call-ups?

Spring training is in full swing with the Brewers having played their fifth Cactus League game on Thursday afternoon. For the team’s pitchers, the opportunity to pitch in these games can mean different things depending on the player. For Milwaukee pitching prospect invitees to spring training, there may be some long shot aspirations of making […] Brewers: Ashby and Small Already Auditioning for Late Season Call-ups? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Mar 4, 2021
Brewers fall 5-1 to Cleveland

Brewers fall 5-1 to Cleveland

Photo by Norm Hall/ A tough day for the offense, and Eric Lauer. Box Score The Milwaukee Brewers took on the Cleveland baseball team earlier this afternoon, with Adrian Houser making his spring debut for the Cactus Crew. He started things off with a scoreless frame, working around a “single” on a pop up to Keston Hiura at first base by getting a couple of groundouts and a punchout. Eric Lauer, in competition for a rotation spot, was not quite as successful during his outing. He walked old friend Ben Gamel to lead things off, then served up a two-run homer to Yu...
Brew Crew Ball Mar 4, 2021
Milwaukee Brewers focusing on defensive improvement to succeed in 2021

Milwaukee Brewers focusing on defensive improvement to succeed in 2021

Kolten one is just one of the Brewers major upgrades on defense. | Photo by Steph Chambers/ Finding few impact bats on the market, Milwaukee sought gloves instead While most fans focus on the offense and the thrill of scoring runs in bunches, the 2021 Milwaukee Brewers are poised to be one of the best defensive squads in MLB. With the free agent signings of Kolten Wong and Jackie Bradley, Jr. (both Gold Glove winners), plus the return of Gold Glove center fielder Lorenzo Cain, the Brewers have improved their run prevention in a drastic way. Bottom line with the JBJ...
Reviewing the Brew Mar 4, 2021

Brewers: Ranking The Best Offseason Acquisitions in 2020-21

Early on in the offseason there were times when it felt like David Stearns would never make a move. Brewers fans were frustrated because they saw an opportunity to catapult to the top of the division standings. Fellow NL Central teams also weren’t making moves, but the market just needed to heat up. If you […] Brewers: Ranking The Best Offseason Acquisitions in 2020-21 - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Mar 4, 2021
Spring Training game thread #5: Milwaukee Brewers (3-1) vs. Cleveland (2-2)

Spring Training game thread #5: Milwaukee Brewers (3-1) vs. Cleveland (2-2)

Photo by Christian Petersen/ Houser (0-0, 0.00 ERA) vs. Civale (0-0, 0.00 ERA) Lineups: Back at home. First pitch is at 2:10 p.m. CT.Listen: @620wtmj Watch: @fswisconsin @AmFamFieldsPHX | #CactusCrew pic.twitter.com/EKLkfvXXTs— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) March 4, 2021 We are on the telly today!#CLESpring pic.twitter.com/QosA2YhCla— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) March 4, 2021
Reviewing the Brew Mar 4, 2021

Brewers To Open Season With 25% Capacity At American Family Field

The Milwaukee Brewers keep the good news train rolling with the announcement that the team can open with 25% capacity at American Family Field for Opening Day. Initially, the Brewers asked for 35% capacity to start the season. Last week, Milwaukee County officials had a walkthrough at American Family Field to go through the 350 […] Brewers To Open Season With 25% Capacity At American Family Field - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Milwaukee Brewers announce 25 percent capacity at American Family Field to begin 2021 season

Milwaukee Brewers announce 25 percent capacity at American Family Field to begin 2021 season

Photo by Quinn Harris/ Fans can return to the stands in the Menomonee Valley a few weeks. The Milwaukee Brewers are certainly creating some news to engender goodwill among their fanbase this morning. Earlier it was reported that Jackie Bradley, Jr. agreed to a two-year, $24 mil deal to come to the Cream City, and now the Brewers have announced that they have received approval to begin the regular season with a 25% attendace capacity at American Family Field: Let’s go! Fans can watch the Brewers live and in-person this season: pic.twitter.com/WyTZ62wd3E— Milwaukee...
Reviewing the Brew Mar 4, 2021

Brewers: What The Heck Is Going On With Signing Jackie Bradley Jr?

The Brewers just signed centerfielder Jackie Bradley Jr to a deal. In the immortal words of Vince Lombardi, what the (heck) is going on out here? That’s the question most Brewers fans were asking themselves as they woke up on Thursday morning to the news that the Crew had signed free agent outfielder Jackie Bradley […] Brewers: What The Heck Is Going On With Signing Jackie Bradley Jr? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Mar 4, 2021
Report: Brewers sign outfielder Jackie Bradley, Jr.

Report: Brewers sign outfielder Jackie Bradley, Jr.

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports ESPN’s Jeff Passan says it’s a two-year, $24 million deal, but Bradley has an opt-out after this year David Stearns is always reminding people the roster is never really finalized, and we’re waking up to a pretty good example of that this morning. Jeff Passan of ESPN was among those to report in the early-morning hours that the Brewers have agreed to a two-year, $24 million deal that may effectively be a one-year deal, since Bradley can opt out after this season. Center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. plans to sign a two-year, $24...
Reviewing the Brew Mar 4, 2021

Brewers to Sign Jackie Bradley Jr to Two-Year Contract

Brewers GM David Stearns made another late night splash in the free agent market. First reported by Julian McWilliams, and then confirmed by Jeff Passan, the Brewers are adding another Gold Glove outfielder to the mix, signing Jackie Bradley Jr to a two-year deal worth $24 million that includes a player option for 2022. Source: […] Brewers to Sign Jackie Bradley Jr to Two-Year Contract - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew Mar 3, 2021

Brewers: Bullpen Position Battles Will Be Worth Watching

The 2021 baseball season is officially in full swing with the Brewers now four games deep into spring training. Milwaukee fans finally get the chance to see how the team will look in their quest for a fourth straight postseason berth. Brewers fans should be feeling good about the team’s pitching this season. The Crew […] Brewers: Bullpen Position Battles Will Be Worth Watching - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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