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08.12.2010 | | Posted at 01:13 PM
By Nicole
Ok, so going to the media and calling another team names isn�t exactly the most mature way to handle things, but despite Brandon Phillips playground tactics, well � he�s got a point. � And the ensuing comments and brawl from the Cardinals have gone a long way to proving Phillips� point. � The Cardinals seem to think that they were named arbiters of all that is good and true about baseball an...
08.11.2010 | | Posted at 05:47 PM
By Nicole
The boyfriend and I took at trip to Denver in Mid-June to follow the Brewers and because I’d never been. We hiked in Rocky Mountain National Park, drove up Mount Evans, spent some time in Boulder and watched two baseball games. Sadly, the Brewers lost both the games we went to and won the game we decided to forgo in favor of Rocky Mountain National Park. But the trip was worthwhile to check anot...
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
For weeks the Brewers were treading water, never able to get higher than eight games below .500 and watching the Cardinals and Reds monopolize the division race. When the Observers chatted by phone last Thursday (with Frank still immersed in Yankee Land) the Brewers had just seen three starting pitchers in four games give up 10 or more runs...
07.18.2010 | | Posted at 11:00 PM
By Nicole
ESPN.com is reporting that Ken Macha complained to a baseball official that Brewers' hitters, who have been hit more than any other team in baseball, are getting hit by too many pitches.   Not sure what complaining to an unnamed official will accomplish, but the article goes on to say that Macha also met with Braves' manager Bobby Cox about the issue....
07.11.2010 | | Posted at 07:41 PM
By Nicole
After the abysmal four game series loss to the San Francisco Giants, Ken Macha's leash was probably the shortest its been in his tenure as the Brewers' Manager. But his team bailed him out with three straight one-run wins over the Pirates (including two walk-offs) The Pirates proved to be the cure for what ails ya as Ryan Braun broke out of his slump while he and Corey Hart had walk-off hits on Fr...
07.04.2010 | | Posted at 02:05 PM
By Nicole
Despite not being on the ballot, Corey Hart, who leads the league in many offensive categories, made the player vote and due to injury to fan-voted Jason Heyward of the Braves, may be in line to start the All-Star Game next to Ryan Braun.   Braun set a Brewers record by being voted in three straight years by the fans. He led all NL outfielders in fan voting.   This J-S article has some "woe is m...
06.22.2010 | | Posted at 08:26 PM
By Nicole
The single A All Star Game is happening in Fort Wayne this week and Brewer prospect and current T Rat Khris Davis rep-ed the team well by winning the Home Run Derby last night. Davis hit a total of 25 home runs over three rounds to take the title. ...
06.15.2010 | | Posted at 10:48 PM
By Nicole
Doug Davis and Todd Coffey will be making appearances with AAA Nashville to prepare them for returns to the major league roster from the DL.   Davis has been out with a heart inflammation problem while Todd Coffey bruised his thumb batting in a game a few weeks ago....
06.15.2010 | | Posted at 10:45 PM
By Nicole
Ryan Braun leads all NL outfielders, though only by a narrow margin, and looks to become the first Brewer to be elected to three consecutive All-Star Games.   But Atlanta's Jason Heyward and Dodger Andre Ethier are close on his heels.   Go here: http://milwaukee.brewers.mlb.com/mil/fan_forum/allstar_offers.jsp to cast your vote for the Brewers. Prince Fielder is third among NL first basemen and ...

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