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Brew Crew Ball Jun 22, 2022
Brewers held to one hit after second inning, fall to Cardinals 6-2

Brewers held to one hit after second inning, fall to Cardinals 6-2

Photo by John Fisher/ The season series and the division are both even again Box Score An early home run by Willy Adames provided some early energy, but the Brewers offense quickly evaporated in a 6-2 loss against the Cardinals on Tuesday night. Chi Chi Gonzalez got the ball as a spot starter in place of Aaron Ashby, who was placed on the injured list yesterday. While he wasn’t especially effective, Gonzalez ate some innings and kept his team in the game, which is exactly what the Brewers were looking for. He went four innings, allowing three runs on four hits,...
Brew Crew Ball Jun 21, 2022
Game Thread #70: Milwaukee Brewers (39-30) vs St. Louis Cardinals (38-31)

Game Thread #70: Milwaukee Brewers (39-30) vs St. Louis Cardinals (38-31)

Photo by John Fisher/ Gonzalez (7.71 ERA | 5.70 FIP) vs Flaherty (6.00 ERA | 4.13 FIP) After a close 2-0 win last night thanks to nearly perfect pitching, the Brewers square off against the Cardinals for the second of a four-game series against two teams that have traded places multiple times atop the National League Central. Chi Chi Gonzalez will make his Brewers debut tonight in place of Aaron Ashby, who was placed on the 15-day injured list yesterday with left forearm inflammation. Needless to say, starting a veteran who has compiled uninspiring numbers for most of...
Reviewing the Brew Jun 20, 2022

Brewers: 3 Options to Cover Aaron Ashby’s Next Start

Just when you think it can’t get any worse on the injury front for the Milwaukee Brewers, the hits keep on coming. The latest one came in the form of the announcement from the team that left-handed starting pitcher Aaron Ashby would be heading to injured list. That’s particularly troubling since Brandon Woodruff is still […] Brewers: 3 Options to Cover Aaron Ashby’s Next Start - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - Milwaukee Brewers News, Rumors, and Fan Community
Brew Crew Ball Jun 20, 2022
Brewers activate Josh Hader from paternity list, place Aaron Ashby on 15-day injured list

Brewers activate Josh Hader from paternity list, place Aaron Ashby on 15-day injured list

Photo by Mike Stobe/ The Brewers regain their closer but lose yet another starting pitcher In what has become a trend in recent weeks, the Brewers added a key contributor back to the active roster but lost another to injury. Prior to Monday night’s series opener against the division-rival Cardinals, the club activated Josh Hader from the paternity list and placed Aaron Ashby on the 15-day injured list with left forearm inflammation. LHP Josh Hader reinstated from the restricted list. LHP Aaron Ashby placed on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to 6/17, with left...
Brew Crew Ball Jun 17, 2022
Brewers drop series finale to Mets 5-4

Brewers drop series finale to Mets 5-4

Photo by Mike Stobe/ A costly throwing error in the eighth allowed the Mets to take the lead late. Box Score The Brewers series losing streak continued tonight, as they put up a strong effort in game three against the Mets. However, they fell just short of getting the win. Aaron Ashby got into a bit of trouble early, walking the first batter he faced and then hitting the second with a pitch. The Mets used that to manfacture a run, with Jeff McNeill bringing in Mark Canha to put the Brewers behind 1-0 early. In the fourth, the Brewers offense erupted. Christian Yelich...
Brew Crew Ball Jun 16, 2022
Game Thread #65: Milwaukee Brewers (35-29) vs New York Mets (41-23)

Game Thread #65: Milwaukee Brewers (35-29) vs New York Mets (41-23)

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports The Brewers go for a series win for the first time in three weeks. It’s been three weeks since the Brewers have won a series. They’ve had a few series ties, but not a series win. The last series win was over the Padres on May 25. With a split in the first two games of the Mets series, the Brewers have a chance to break this slump tonight. Aaron Ashby gets the start tonight and is looking to rebound from a couple of rough starts. He’s allowed ten combined runs in his last two starts, four against the Padres and six against the...
New York Post Jun 16, 2022
Mets vs. Brewers odds, prediction, pick: Aaron Ashby should rebound

Mets vs. Brewers odds, prediction, pick: Aaron Ashby should rebound

The Mets will look to get themselves back on track on Thursday night as -135 favorites against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Brew Crew Ball Jun 10, 2022
Brewers drop seventh straight game, get routed by Nationals 11-5

Brewers drop seventh straight game, get routed by Nationals 11-5

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports The offense shows signs of life, but Washington bangs out 19 hits Box Score The Brewers’ offense showed signs of life on Friday night, but the Nationals tallied 19 hits to extend Milwaukee’s losing streak to seven games with an 11-5 defeat. Aaron Ashby was unable to repeat the success of his last three starts, coughing up six runs in 4 2⁄3 innings. Maikel Franco took him deep in the bottom of the fourth, but it was otherwise death by a million paper cuts for Ashby, who allowed 13 hits. The southpaw encountered some tough luck on batted...
Brew Crew Ball Jun 10, 2022
Game Thread #60: Milwaukee Brewers (33-26) @ Washington Nationals (21-38)

Game Thread #60: Milwaukee Brewers (33-26) @ Washington Nationals (21-38)

Photo by Stacy Revere/ Ashby (3.13 ERA | 3.17 FIP) vs. Fedde (4.88 ERA | 4.44 FIP) The Brewers are back on the road as they look to halt their six-game losing streak, facing off against the Washington Nationals. Aaron Ashby gets the ball for the Brewers. Since moving to the rotation for good in response to Freddy Peralta’s injury, the southpaw has been fantastic, posting a 2.55 ERA in three starts. He has struck out 26 batters in 17 2⁄3 innings in those starts. Erick Fedde toes the rubber for the Nationals. This will be his second outing against the Brewers this...
Brew Crew Ball Jun 4, 2022
Brewers can’t get anything going offensively, lose 4-0 to Padres

Brewers can’t get anything going offensively, lose 4-0 to Padres

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports Aaron Ashby strikes out nine but it's not enough in the losing effort If you take away the wild ninth inning that saw four runs cross in the victory, the Brewers have scored just one run on eight hits in 17 innings entering Saturday. They were 1-15 with runners in scoring position on 18 strikeouts. Including that ninth inning, they had only recorded three extra-base hits so far in the series. On Saturday, that trend continued as the Brewers dropped their second in a row to the Padres, losing 4-0. Two mistakes overshadowed what was for the...
Brew Crew Ball Jun 4, 2022
Game Thread #55: Milwaukee Brewers (33-21) vs San Diego Padres (31-21)

Game Thread #55: Milwaukee Brewers (33-21) vs San Diego Padres (31-21)

Photo by Stacy Revere/ Aaron Ashby (1-3, 2.70 ERA) vs MacKenzie Gore (3-1, 1.71 ERA) The Brewers will try to bounce back against the Padres after recording just one hit in a 7-0 loss last night. Aaron Ashby gets the start for the home team while MacKenzie Gore starts for the Padres. The first pitch is at 3:10 pm CT. Ashby returns to the mound after recording the best start of his career on Monday. Ashby was lights out against the Cubs, striking out 12 across 6 innings pitched, with his lone run coming via a Wilson Contreras home run. Ashby so far this season has a 2.70...
Brew Crew Ball May 31, 2022
Brewers complete sweep of doubleheader over Cubs, win 3-1

Brewers complete sweep of doubleheader over Cubs, win 3-1

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports Tyrone Taylor went deep in both games of doubleheader while Aaron Ashby racked up 12 strikeouts Box Score The Brewers completed a doubleheader sweep of the Cubs Monday night, powered by two more homers and a masterful six innings from Aaron Ashby that included 12 strikeouts. Ashby gave up five hits and walked two on the night, with his only true error being a home run off the bat of Willson Contreras. He also got his first career win after starting the season 0-3 despite an ERA of just 2.91 entering the game. The Brewers struck first in the...
Brew Crew Ball May 30, 2022
Game Thread #50: Milwaukee Brewers (31-18) @ Chicago Cubs (19-28)

Game Thread #50: Milwaukee Brewers (31-18) @ Chicago Cubs (19-28)

Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports Ashby (2.91 ERA | 3.46 FIP) vs. Smyly (4.08 ERA | 4.95 FIP) for second game of doubleheader More baseball! After hanging on for a 7-6 comeback win earlier this afternoon, the Brewers will square off against the Cubs for the second time today to wrap up their Memorial Day doubleheader. Aaron Ashby takes the mound for the Brewers, and Drew Smyly toes the rubber for the Cubs. The Brewers will roll out a dramatically different lineup for game two. This is partially due to resting some players who started in the first game, but it is also...
Brew Crew Ball May 30, 2022
What to expect from Ethan Small

What to expect from Ethan Small

Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/ Small carved up hitters in the minor leagues, but his development is far from complete. When the Brewers announced that Freddy Peralta would miss a significant chunk of the season due to a shoulder injury, Craig Counsell stated that the team would stick with a five-man rotation in his absence, with Aaron Ashby becoming a full-time starting pitcher. However, the current schedule necessitated the temporary addition of another starter. The Brewers are in the midst of playing 18 games in 17 days, including today’s doubleheader against the...
Brew Crew Ball May 26, 2022
New adjustment could help Luis Perdomo carve out role in Brewers bullpen

New adjustment could help Luis Perdomo carve out role in Brewers bullpen

Michael McLoone-USA TODAY Sports Can the 29-year-old become Craig Counsell’s go-to ground ball specialist? With usual high-leverage arms Josh Hader and Trevor Gott unavailable for Wednesday’s series finale against the San Diego Padres, the Brewers had to turn to an unlikely source to work the middle innings ahead of Brad Boxberger and the temporarily-promoted Devin Williams. That source turned out to be Luis Perdomo, who entered in the sixth inning after Aaron Ashby allowed a two-out single. He promptly induced a ground ball to shortstop to end the frame. After the...

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