Carter, Pina homer, but Brewers fall to Rangers

The Rangers, led by a couple of former Brewers, are back atop the race for best record in the American League. Carlos Gomez hit a three-run home run and Jonathan Lucroy had a go-ahead two-run double in leading the Rangers to a 6-4 victory over the Brewers on Tuesday night at Globe Life Park.
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Hip injury ends Taylor Jungmann’s Brewers season

Former first-round pick Taylor Jungmann did not do much to endear himself to the Brewers at the major league level this season. But the team was giving him a chance to pitch as a starter in September. That stint will end prematurely. A hip injury will bring Jungmann’s second big-league season to a halt, Craig […] The post Hip injury ends Taylor Jungmann’s Brewers season appeared...
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ESPN Power Rankings Week 25: Grasping on to the No. 21 spot

Another week, another week at the No. 21 spot in ESPN’s Power Rankings. The Brewers just couldn’t muster enough of a performance to boost into that top-2o position they’ve been battling for all year. However, some key notes: Zach Davies continued to show development on the track to 2017. You couldn’t really ask for much more out of Davies — he wasn’t a top notch prospect...
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Villar's homers propel Brewers past Rangers in series opener

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Jonathan Villar had two home runs and a career-high five RBIs and Matt Garza beat his former team as the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Texas Rangers 8-3 on Monday night.The loss dropped American League West-champion Texas one-half game behind the Boston Red Sox in the race for the league's best record. The Cleveland Indians pulled within one-half game of the...
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Hip injury ends Jungmann's season

Brewers right-hander Taylor Jungmann won't make his final scheduled start after suffering what manager Craig Counsell characterized as a minor hip injury in his outing against the Reds on Saturday night.
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Brewers' Peralta strikes out five in loss to Reds

MILWAUKEE -- Brandon Finnegan pitched five scoreless innings in his final start of the season, lifting the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday. Finnegan (10-11) scattered three hits and struck out four, needing only 54 pitches to get through five innings. Raisel Iglesias pitched the ninth for his fourth save in five chances. Finnegan, obtained in...
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Brewers Still Jostling for Higher Draft Selection

Although many pegged the Brewers to own yet another top-5 selection in the draft, they have arguably been the best rebuilding team in the league.  Owning a 70-86 record, they have nearly cemented themselves as a non-last place team, as one win ensures them at least 4th place in the NL Central.  While catching up to the Pirates is a near-impossibility, the Crew has begun to shut...
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2 days ago

Assessing Junior Guerra’s Rookie Campaign

The Brewers announced this past week that Junior Guerra’s season is over, thankfully not due to a aggravation of the injury that forced him to miss nearly a month, but simply due to the 31-year-old reaching an innings limit. The #2016BrewersAce finishes his first season as a major league starter with a stellar 2.81 ERA and a 9-3 record backed up by an even 100 strikeouts over 121...
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Theo Epstein wears disguise, watches game from bleachers

The day after the Chicago Cubs clinched the NL Central, several members of the front office watched Friday’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers from the bleachers at Wrigley Field, including President Theo Epstein and GM Jed Hoyer. Donning a fake mustache and ball cap, Epstein tried to disguise his identity but was unsuccessful as multiple people recognized the 42-year-old...
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Domingo Santana Needs to Elevate

In a year where a stunning amount of Brewers have surpassed anyone’s expectations — Jonathan Villar, Junior Guerra, Zach Davies, Tyler Thornburg, even Hernan Perez to an extent — some of the players the team was counting on have fallen short. Obviously, these players outnumber the surprises; if they didn’t, the Brewers wouldn’t find themselves in fourth place. But of the...
Via BP Milwaukee
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Domingo Santana’s Future After a Rocky 2016

When the 2016 season began, Domingo Santana’s stock was rising. He had been acquired in the middle of the season as a key part of the Mike Fiers/Carlos Gomez trade, and his cup of coffee with the Brewers was successful. He posted a .299 TAv in 38 games with Milwaukee after his call-up, and he handled himself reasonably competently in center field. He looked to have a decent shot...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

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