Series Preview: Brewers-Cardinals

The struggling Brewers, who have battled offensive woes in losing their last six games, head to St. Louis this weekend to face a strong Cardinals team. The Brewers will run Randy Wolf, Yovani Gallardo, and Chris Narveson against Jaime Garcia, […]

Offense Struggles Again In Double-Header Vs. Atlanta

The Brewers fell 8-3, 8-0 to the Braves in a double-header yesterday, and writing about their offensive woes is getting tiring. On top of that, ace Zack Greinke struggled, allowing four earned runs (five all together) in four innings. I […]

Greinke To Debut Today

Brewers’ ace Zack Greinke, who injured himself playing basketball in spring training, is making his 2011 regular-season debut in the second game of a double-header today. This is big news for the Brew Crew, who could use Greinke’s services as […]

Offensive Woes Continue In Brewers’ 6-2 Loss To Braves

The Brewers offense went missing in Houston, and it hasn’t yet been found in Atlanta. Milwaukee couldn’t solve Braves starter Jair Jurrjens, while Brewers’ starter Yovani Gallardo did his team no favors with a four-run sixth inning. The Brewers actually […]

Houston, Brewers Have A Problem

When you’re a .500 ballclub, playing a team like Houston should help you get back on track. Unfortunately for Milwaukee, the Brewers left their bats in Wisconsin, and the team now sits a game below .500. After a 5-0 thumping […]

Series Preview: Milwaukee Brewers At Houston Astros

This isn’t a typical series preview. No position by position breakdowns here, or anything of the sort. Rather, this series is about one question: Can the .500 Brewers, at 12-12, take two of three from the 9-15 Astros? Can they […]

Gallardo Continues To Struggle, So Do Brewers

Not only have the Reds continued their mastery of the Brewers with tonight’s 7-6 extra inning victory, but Yovani Gallardo continued to put up sub-par numbers. This is troubling, since Gallardo is currently the staff ace. Today, he gave up […]

Will Brewers Ever Solve Reds?

The Brewers have played the Reds four times, and lost all four. The opening weekend sweep helped Milwaukee stumble to an 0-4 start. Then, the Brewers dropped Monday’s game 9-5 against the Reds. Winning divisional games is important to any […]

Brewers’ Fan Asks Ryan Braun Out, Gives Whole World Her Number

Maybe it’s his new contract or his golden-boy looks, but whatever it is, it got Ryan Braun an offer of marriage. And it got the young woman who proposed a little bit of Internet ridicule. During Friday’s 14-7 blasting of […]

What Ryan Braun’s Extension Means To Milwaukee Brewers

Ryan Braun received a $105 million, five-year contract extension that runs through 2020 (with a mutual option for 2021), and that has plenty of ramifications for the Brewers. For one, Prince Fielder might be left out as the Brewers continue […]

Will The Real 2011 Milwaukee Brewers Please Stand Up?

OK, that’s it, I give up. I don’t know what to make of this team. I’m not sure anyone else does either. The Brewers started 0-4 before rebounding. But then, they were swept by the Nationals before hanging on to […]

Is Offensive Barrage A Mirage?

The Brewer’s bats appear to have woken up in 6-0 and 6-5 victories over the Chicago Cubs and in 6-0 and 4-1 victories over the Pittsburgh Pirates (so, too, it appears that the pitching has been solid in three of […]