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Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012
It looked like a great series when the Brewers' schedule came out last fall: the star-packed Phillies in four games at Miller Park, echoing the 2008 playoffs and perhaps previewing a rematch in October...
05.07.2012 | | Posted at 03:44 PM
By Nicole
It certainly seemed inevitable, but the news today that SS Alex Gonzalez tore his ACL isn't any easier to swallow. Word is that Gonzalez is being given a week to work out the knee (and presumably let the swellin totally dissipate) before they decide if surgery is necessary. Even if the knee doesn't need surgery, he's out at least 8-10 weeks and then will have quite a bit of rehab to do. Look, ...
05.04.2012 | | Posted at 11:48 PM
By Nicole
Because it hasn't been painful enough to be a Brewers fan this week, but now Ryan Braun has a sore Achilles and Carlos Gomez left tonight's game, apparently with some sort of hamstring issue. Braun left Wednesday's game after his heel started to bother him. The team had an off day yesterday and he's not playing today. If he's out for any extended amount of itme, the Brewers are going to struggle w...
08.09.2011 | | Posted at 09:10 PM
By Nicole
According to the New York Times, says that on average, their are eight Achilles tendon injuries during an NFL season. There have been 10 Achilles injuries already in the first week of the NFL preseason. The Lions have lost first-round draft pick Mike Leshoure for the season to an Achilles injury. Experts aren't willing to say yet that there are more injuries so far this offseason and some are sayi...
02.24.2011 | | Posted at 12:22 PM
By Nicole
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy broke his pinkie finger yesterday, necessitating surgery and the inserting of a pin. Recovery time has been set at four weeks, meaning Lucroy will be ready to play with just one week left in Spring Training. This likely means that he will start the season on the DL and spend some time in extended Spring Training to get his throwing and hitting up to season standards.   ...
08.31.2010 | | Posted at 05:01 PM
By Nicole
ESPN is reporting that both Al Harris and Atari Bigby will start the season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, meaning they'll each miss at least the first six weeks of the season.   This is a huge blow to the Packers' secondary....
03.10.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
The Milwaukee Brewers released veteran reliever Eric Gagne today. Gagne's injured shoulder is going to need rehabilitation and he has decided to pursue that rehab at a private facility.While he was a long shot to make the roster, I was rooting for Gagne to make it back to Milwaukee.Not only was Gagne another veteran presence in the bullpen, but his charity work was unmatched by any player on last ...
09.18.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
Brew Crew Ball linked to RotoWorld who is reporting that David Riske is out for the season as he is having surgery to remove a bone spur from his elbox. This seems to have come out of nowhere in terms of the injury, but it's a bit of a loss for the bullpen....
06.17.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
According to JSOnline, David Riske will be in Nashville starting today to start his rehab assignment. He should be back with the team and ready to go by the weekend. J.J. Hardy has a strained rotator cuff. The article's a few days old and said he "might" be held out of the Twins series, which he was, so hopefully the rest helped and he'll be back in the lineup tonight. The JSOnli...

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