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Brewers power their way back to beat Royals 9-5

Brewers power their way back to beat Royals 9-5

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Jacob Nottingham hit a home run, which is nice W: Drew Rasmussen (1-0)L: Danny Duffy (3-4) HR: Christian Yelich (11), Jacob Nottingham (4), Orlando Arcia (4), Salvador Perez (7) The Milwaukee Brewers came back from a four-run deficit to beat the Kansas City Royals 9-5 in game one of their weekend series. Ever watch a game you’re confident the Brewers will lose? Well, that’s absolutely how I felt after this game started. Adrian Houser was on the mound for the Crew and things got off to a messy start. Whit Merrifield led off the game with a single and was...
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Game Thread #50: Milwaukee Brewers (23-26) vs. Kansas City Royals (21-29)

Game Thread #50: Milwaukee Brewers (23-26) vs. Kansas City Royals (21-29)

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports Houser (1-5, 5.40 ERA) vs. Duffy (3-3, 4.24 ERA) Lineups: Tonight’s lineup against the Royals at 7:10 p.m. CT. : @FSWisconsin @YouTube : @620WTMJ#ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/trqgnwphx5— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) September 18, 2020 We begin our final road series of the season tonight in Milwaukee.#AlwaysRoyal pic.twitter.com/J29q06pQPX— Kansas City Royals (@Royals) September 18, 2020
Reviewing the Brew 16 hours ago

Brewers: Pitching Staff Among League’s Best in Team Strikeouts

The Brewers pitching staff has been a pleasant surprise in 2020. Opposing batters, who often end their at bats with a strikeout, likely disagree. In the modern era of baseball their are two statistical categories that seem to be on the rise each and every year: home runs and strike outs. The 2020 Milwaukee Brewers […] Brewers: Pitching Staff Among League’s Best in Team Strikeouts - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Brewers finalize David Phelps trade with Phillies, release Jake Faria

Brewers finalize David Phelps trade with Phillies, release Jake Faria

Photo by Jim McIsaac/ As previously reported, the Brewers officially get three lottery tickets from the Phillies while releasing an older one We’ve known (unofficially) who the Brewers were getting back from the Philadelphia Phillies in return for David Phelps, and now we officially know. RHP Brandon Ramey, RHP Juan Geraldo and RHP Isreal Puello have been acquired from Philadelphia to complete the 8/31 trade for RHP David Phelps. RHP Jake Faria has been released.— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) September 18, 2020 Adam McCalvy was the first to report those names in the days after...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 18, 2020
Series Preview: Kansas City Royals @ Milwaukee Brewers

Series Preview: Kansas City Royals @ Milwaukee Brewers

Photo by Duane Burleson/ The Brewers’ last home series of 2020 could be a trap The Brewers took 3 of their first 5 games against the St. Louis Cardinals in the last week, which helped them close the gap on the Cardinals in the standings — they’re now just a half-game behind them in the NL Central race entering the weekend. The problem, though, is that the Cincinnati Reds have suddenly started winning. Thanks in part to the Brewers knocking off the Cardinals three times — combined with their 5-game winning streak — has Cincinnati in second place heading into the last week or so...
Reviewing the Brew Sep 17, 2020

Brewers: What Is The Crew’s Path To The Postseason?

As of September 17th, the Milwaukee Brewers have 11 games left of the 2020 season. Currently the Brewers are only 1.5 games behind the 8th playoff spot during this year’s expanded playoffs for Major League Baseball. They are six and half games behind the Chicago Cubs for the division, and a half a game behind […] Brewers: What Is The Crew’s Path To The Postseason? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Sep 17, 2020
Brewers and Cardinals split second doubleheader

Brewers and Cardinals split second doubleheader

Photo by Dylan Buell/ Ryan Braun got a milestone home run, too. Box Score It was another doubleheader for the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday at Miller Park, and game one featured Brandon Woodruff against Adam Wainwright. The Brewers jumped out to a quick lead in the first inning when Christian Yelich singled with one out, then came home on Keston Hiura’s two-run bomb. His 13th homer of the year made it 2-0 in favor of Milwaukee. The St. Louis offense just kept chipping in this one, however. Tyler O’Neill hit a solo homer in the top of the second to cut the...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 16, 2020
Doubleheader Game Thread #48 & #49: Milwaukee Brewers (22-25) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (21-22)

Doubleheader Game Thread #48 & #49: Milwaukee Brewers (22-25) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (21-22)

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Twin bill. Game 1 Lineups: Here's the lineup for Game 1! : 4:10 p.m. CT : @FSWisconsin : @620WTMJ#ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/QluVTFbx3A— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) September 16, 2020 Waino pic.twitter.com/aQvgFECuJ2— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) September 16, 2020
Brew Crew Ball Sep 16, 2020
Brewers call up Eric Lauer as 29th man for Wednesday’s doubleheader against Cardinals

Brewers call up Eric Lauer as 29th man for Wednesday’s doubleheader against Cardinals

Michael McLoone-USA TODAY Sports Lauer is making his first appearance on the Brewers’ roster in about a month Eric Lauer is making his return to the Milwaukee Brewers — for at least one night, anyway — as the 29th man for the team’s second doubleheader against the St. Louis Cardinals. Justin Topa, who pitched in Monday night’s doubleheader, is also back with the team to replace Josh Lindblom, who is being placed on the bereavement list. LHP Eric Lauer recalled from the Alternate Training Site (29th man for doubleheader).RHP Josh Lindblom placed on the bereavement list.RHP...
Reviewing the Brew Sep 16, 2020

Brewers: Corey Knebel Is Back And Better Than Ever, And Just In Time

The Milwaukee Brewers appear to have found the elite version of Corey Knebel once again, and just in the nick of time. If Corey Knebel looks a little bit different to you than the earlier version of him, then you’re absolutely right, and we’re not just talking about the beard that the typically clean-shaven Brewers […] Brewers: Corey Knebel Is Back And Better Than Ever, And Just In Time - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew Sep 16, 2020

Brewers: Third Team’s a Charm for Daniel Vogelbach in 2020

Daniel Vogelbach is off to a scorching start so far with the Brewers. It turns out, a change of scenery, and then another one, was just what he needed. On September 3rd, the Brewers made a transaction that seemed more like a move for the future than one which would help much in the present. […] Brewers: Third Team’s a Charm for Daniel Vogelbach in 2020 - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Sep 16, 2020
Rob Manfred’s desire to permanently expand the playoffs is dumb and bad

Rob Manfred’s desire to permanently expand the playoffs is dumb and bad

Everyone is angry about this stupid idea. | Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Teams like the Brewers would no longer have any incentive to try any harder than they have this year I like it when the Milwaukee Brewers play well enough to make it into the playoffs. It hasn’t happened nearly as much as I’d like in the 32 years I’ve been alive. I would like it to happen more. But the idea of permanently expanding the playoffs to 16 teams — 8 in each league — is so bad and dumb that I can’t even bring myself to support it, even on the basis of the Brewers making the playoffs...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 16, 2020
Brewers score a lot of runs against the Cardinals as they win 18-3

Brewers score a lot of runs against the Cardinals as they win 18-3

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Home runs by Yelich, Braun, Hiura, and Vogelbach lead the way The Milwaukee Brewers took it to the St. Louis Cardinals tonight, and they did it with the Cardinal’s ace, Jack Flaherty, pitching against them. In fact, Flaherty came into tonight’s play with a 3.08 ERA. When his night was over, his ERA was 5.52. The Cardinals did get on the board first in the top of the first. Tommy Edman led the inning off with a single, and Paul Goldschmidt drove him in with a double. Brett Anderson would give up one more run in the fifth, but that would be it as he...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 15, 2020
Game Thread #47: Milwaukee Brewers (21-25) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (21-21)

Game Thread #47: Milwaukee Brewers (21-25) vs. St. Louis Cardinals (21-21)

Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports Brett Anderson (2-3, 4.64 ERA) vs. Jack Flaherty (3-1, 3.08 ERA) After splitting a double header yesterday, the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals go at again this evening. Brett Anderson takes the hill for Milwaukee. Jack Flaherty gets the start for St. Louis. Lineups are as follows: Tonight’s lineup against the Cardinals at 6:40 p.m. CT. : @FSWisconsin : @620WTMJ#ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/WpMZBMlEXo— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) September 15, 2020 Jack's day! pic.twitter.com/0cvCgyRDuK— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) September 15,...
Reviewing the Brew Sep 15, 2020

Brewers: Who To Start in a Must-Win Game, Woodruff or Burnes?

The Brewers currently have the luxury of two high-performing starters in their rotation. So which one of them would get the start in a must-win game? With the 2020 season coming to a close faster than Carlos Gomez around the bases, there is still a chance the Milwaukee Brewers will play a must-win game to […] Brewers: Who To Start in a Must-Win Game, Woodruff or Burnes? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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