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Brew Crew Ball Apr 11, 2021
Offense stays hot as Brewers triple up on Cardinals, 9-3

Offense stays hot as Brewers triple up on Cardinals, 9-3

Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports Christian Yelich and Travis Shaw both left the contest early and are day-to-day. Box Score One day after pummeling Cardinals pitching for nine runs, the offense was back at it again for the Milwaukee Brewers in this afternoon’s series finale at Busch Stadium. Daniel Ponce de Leon got things started for the homestanding Cards, and Lorenzo Cain greeted him rudely as he lined the first pitch of the game for a double to left field. Daniel Vogelbach, getting the start at first base, followed with a single to bring Cain home and give Milwaukee a...
Brew Crew Ball Apr 10, 2021
Brewers overpower Cardinals, 9-5

Brewers overpower Cardinals, 9-5

Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports Brewers bats come alive in victory. The Brewers’ offense came up big in St. Louis Cardinals in today’s contest at Busch Stadium, producing 9 runs on 13 hits. In addition to soundly beating the Cardinals today, the Crew’s offense suggested they might ready to recover from their painfully slow start to the season. In the first inning, the Brewers drove in a run and left the bases stranded on a series of hard-hit balls. In the two spot, Christian Yelich beat the shift, reaching on a hard-hit breaking ball that got too much of the plate....
Brew Crew Ball Apr 1, 2021
Brewers upset Twins in extra innings, 6-5

Brewers upset Twins in extra innings, 6-5

Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports Brewers Come from Behind in Redemptive Return to Baseball Opening Day Magic was in full effect for the Brewers in today’s home opener against the Minnesota Twins. Down 5-2 with one out in the ninth inning, the Crew enjoyed a dramatic 6-5 come-from-behind victory over Minnesota. Redemption was the name of the game in this win. Christian Yelich resembled his 2018-2019 self. Josh Hader’s fastball hit triple digits. Omar Narváez compensated for some defensive blunders with clutch offensive moments. Travis Shaw drove in the runs that sent...
Brew Crew Ball Mar 30, 2021
Brewers close out Spring Training on a winning note, beating the Rangers, 6-3

Brewers close out Spring Training on a winning note, beating the Rangers, 6-3

Photo by Norm Hall/ Wong goes deep in a 5-run third inning The final Spring Training game for the Milwaukee Brewers occurred this afternoon as they faced off with the Texas Rangers in Arlington. The result was a victory for the Brew Crew as they continued to show off their potent bats, most especially during a 5-run third inning. With the exception of two runs he gave up early, Brett Anderson was quite sharp over his five innings of work. Milwaukee was able to take an early lead in the top of the first. With two outs in the inning, Christian Yelich turned a really good...
Reviewing the Brew Mar 30, 2021

Brewers: Looking Back on Christian Yelich’s Opening Days for the Crew

Opening Day is almost here for the Milwaukee Brewers, and expectations are high for Christian Yelich’s 2021 season. His 2020 season wasn’t spectacular, but it’s something we will probably never see again. 60 games. Starting in mid-summer. No fans. The Brewers have always benefitted from an electric crowd of fans. Without them or in-game video, […] Brewers: Looking Back on Christian Yelich’s Opening Days for the Crew - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Reviewing the Brew Mar 29, 2021

4 Brewers Who Could Be First-Time All-Stars In 2021

The 2021 MLB season could easily have an All-Star Game with multiple Milwaukee Brewers representing the National League. Christian Yelich is a lock. Brandon Woodruff and Josh Hader have been there before, and will most likely be there again this year. Lorenzo Cain has been an All-Star. Avisail Garcia and Jackie Bradley Jr. have as […] 4 Brewers Who Could Be First-Time All-Stars In 2021 - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Mar 28, 2021
Brewers roll over Reds, 7-1

Brewers roll over Reds, 7-1

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports Crew looks ready for action in final spring training game in Arizona The Brewers spent their final game under the big desert sun dominant over the Cincinnati Reds. All systems were go for Corbin Burnes, Kolten Wong, and Christian Yelich, who signaled that they are ready to move into critical roles in the regular season. Jackie Bradley Jr., Orlando Arcia, Travis Shaw, and Brent Suter also put up solid performances indicative of their regular season potential. The day ended in a 7-1 victory for the Crew. Kolten Wong was shining in the...
Brew Crew Ball Mar 27, 2021
Milwaukee Brewers 2021 preview by position: Left Field

Milwaukee Brewers 2021 preview by position: Left Field

Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports The Brewers need MVP-caliber production again out of their best player. “You’re going to see really good players have really bad years.” Those words, spoken by Christian Yelich before the start of the pandemic-shortened 2020 MLB season, forecasted the former MVP’s own struggles last summer. Sure, it was a smaller sample size after a lengthy layoff with a disjointed preseason training schedule and a season played without fans amidst an ongoing public health crisis, but Yelich summed things up perfectly by saying “I thought I was...

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