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Thursday, November 26, 2015

Articles tagged: Milwaukee Brewers

Prince Fielder Fights Manny Parra in Brewers’ Dugout

OK, so maybe fighting isn’t exactly accurate. Perhaps “attacks” would be more suitable since only one person was going crazy. Whatever. I’ll let you decide how to describe what went on in the Brewers’ dugout between Prince Fielder and Manny Parra on Monday night. I don’t know about you, but I’d be pretty freaked out…Read More

Braun: Brewers Didn’t Expect to Win

For anyone who’s played team sports, you know that attitude is just as important as talent. If you’re well-prepared to win, focused on winning, and believe you’re going to win, there’s a good chance you’re going to win. But sometimes teams really don’t approach games with a winning mentality, and sometimes they’re just going through…Read More

Eric Gagme Ready to Close Again

Well, that was quick. After saying he didn’t deserve the closer role following Saturday’s loss, the Brewers showed they agreed by yanking Eric Gagme as closer. Gagme said he didn’t need a mental break like Jason Isringhausen from the Cardinals, but he got one anyway. I guess two days of watching his teammates get saves…Read More

Doug Melvin Has Deathwish: Sticking with Eric Gagme

When this subject was first broached in an email by JS, I tried to give Gagne the benefit of the doubt: he had been pitching for the fourth straight day when he blew a save to the Reds, his third of the year. One was a start, two was a trend … but five? Five…Read More

Could Ryan Braun Win ROY AND MVP?

(AP Photo/Darren Hauck) I guess I haven’t quite touched on the depths of my attachment to one Mr. Ryan Braun, rookie third baseman of the Brewers. See, Ryan is probably the trunk of the far-reaching San Fernando Valley baseball tree through which I am connected to several current major leaguers. I was a year ahead…Read More

Ned Yost Should Take Blame for No-No

I’m not one to take a leak on another man’s greatest accomplishment, but that’s exactly what I’ll be doing here. Justin Verlander’s good, actually really good. But he did not have to be no-hitter good on Tuesday night. The probability that he would have held the Brewers to no hits could’ve been lowered. And dare…Read More

Baseball Preview: Milwaukee Brewers

A spring training preview of the Milwaukee Brewers including a list of what fans should and shouldn’t be excited about, how the off-season went, and where the club will finish

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