Does Rainout Help Brewers?

The Brewers-Bucs series was delayed by a day thanks to last night’s rains. And the Brewers could use the rest. Starting the season at 5-5, the expected 2011 NL Central contenders had Monday off. Getting Tuesday as a second straight […]

Milwaukee Brewers At Pittsburgh Pirates: Series Preview

In the spirit of the upcoming series between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Pittsburgh Pirates that begins tonight at PNC Park, we sent five questions over to Troy Pfaff, the author of Buccos Buzz. He asked us about the Brewers […]

Series Recap: Brewers Versus Cubs

One run was the difference between the Brewers dropping two out of three to the rival Cubs–who aren’t expected to be any better than .500–and taking two out of three and continuing to reverse the early-season scuffles. The series’ opener […]

Series Preview: Brewers-Cubs

The Brewers have recovered slightly from their rough start, winning three out of four from the Atlanta Braves in order to bring their record to 3-4. Meanwhile, the Chicago Cubs, the Brewers main rival, come to Miller Park sporting a […]

Is Win Over Braves An Offensive Wake-up Call?

Too often this season, it seems as if the Brewers’ offense had been hitting the snooze button. Perhaps they’ve finally decided it was time to get out of bed. Prince Fielder went 3-for-4 in the Brewers’ 5-4 win over the […]

Brewers Gain First Win Of 2011

Yovani Gallardo was asked to fill the spikes of injured ace Zack Greinke, and so far he has done that job well. He was solid in the opener, and in his second start, he helped the Brewers finally notch their […]

Bigger Problem: Bullpen Or Offense?

The Brewers are off to an 0-4 start, and the offense and the bullpen appear to be the biggest culprits. Consider the evidence: The bullpen surrendered a walk-off home run on Opening Day, and allowed two Braves homers in the […]

Brewers Still Winless

Whoa. There were plenty of reasons to expect that the Brewers wouldn’t just march to the 2011 NL Central crown. And starting on the road versus the defending division champs was one of them. So was the absence of Zack […]

Brewers Will Recover From Opening Day

With a day off for perspective after losing at the hand of Ramon Hernandez’s walk-off homer on Opening Day, hopefully Brew Crew fans have recovered. Yes, the bullpen is a potential weak-spot for this team, but at the end of […]

Hernandez Walk-off Sinks Brew Crew

Well, that was fun. After all the wailing and waiting and worrying about injuries, the regular season has started. And after taking a 6-3 lead into the ninth, the Brewers fell 7-6 on a walk-off homer by Cincinnati Reds’ catcher […]

Tomorrow’s Only A Day Away

Opening Day is tomorrow, and we’ll finding get to find out if the Brewers offense and pitching can overcome questions about the defense and injuries. We’ll also find out if the Brewers can overtake the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati […]

Five Reasons For Optimism

There are five good reasons that the Brewers will make the playoffs. And they are: Pitching: Even with the injuries the team has sustained this spring, there should be more than enough pitching to allow this team a chance to […]