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Brewers: Why Corbin Burnes Deserves The 2021 NL Cy Young

As the Brewers close in on the franchise record in regular season wins, I would be remiss if I didn’t take a moment to reflect on the fact that the Brewers likely wouldn’t be in this position without their star studded rotation. Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff, and Freddy Peralta are as good as any 1-3 […] Brewers: Why Corbin Burnes Deserves The 2021 NL Cy Young - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - Milwaukee Brewers News, Rumors, and Fan Community
Brew Crew Ball Sep 15, 2021
Brewers Fall to Tigers in Extras, 0-1

Brewers Fall to Tigers in Extras, 0-1

Photo by Duane Burleson/ Pitcher’s dual ends with walk-off double in the 11th Tuesday night’s Peralta showdown in Detroit was a true pitcher’s duel from start to finish. There were only seven hits in the contest, and the only extra-base hit meant a walk-off win for Detroit. Freddy Peralta and former Brewer Wily Peralta pitched six masterful innings before handing it off to their bullpens for shutout baseball that extended into extras. Freddy Peralta through 6 IP: 2 H, 9 K, two HBP, 71 pitches.Wily Peralta through 6 IP: 2 H, 2 BB, 5 K, 85 pitches.— Todd Rosiak...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 14, 2021
Game Thread #145: Milwaukee Brewers (89-55) @ Detroit Tigers (68-76)

Game Thread #145: Milwaukee Brewers (89-55) @ Detroit Tigers (68-76)

Photo by Jason Miller/ RHP Freddy Peralta (9-4, 2.69 ERA) vs. RHP Wily Peralta (3-3, 3.60 ERA) Coming into Detroit on a 5-game win streak! : @BallySportWI : @620wtmj #ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/tac2JmCtYb— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) September 14, 2021 https://twitter.com/tigers/status/1437850598435602433 The Brewers are in town for a two-game series. pic.twitter.com/tMxo5wJpXB— Detroit Tigers (@tigers) September 14, 2021
Brew Crew Ball Sep 8, 2021
Game Thread #141: Milwaukee Brewers (85-55) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (71-67)

Game Thread #141: Milwaukee Brewers (85-55) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (71-67)

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports Freddy Peralta (9-4, 2.70 ERA) vs. Kyle Gibson (10-6, 3.30 ERA) The Milwaukee Brewers take on the Philadelphia Phillies in the rubber match of a 3-game series. Freddy Peralta goes for the Brewers, and Kyle Gibson goes for the Phillies. Lineups are as follows: We’ve got Freddy on the bump, Fightin’ for the series win tonight! : @BallySportWI : @620wtmj @fleet_farm | #ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/ibVx8ty3w3— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) September 8, 2021 Rubber match coming up. : @NBCSPhilly : @SportsRadioWIP :...
Reviewing the Brew Sep 8, 2021

The Brewers Have A Good Back End Of Starting Rotation Problem

By now everyone around baseball is familiar with the Milwaukee Brewers elite pitching trio atop the starting rotation. What most do not know is that the back end of the the starting rotation has been very good as well. This is a great “problem” to have! Following Brandon Woodruff, Corbin Burnes, and Freddy Peralta the […] The Brewers Have A Good Back End Of Starting Rotation Problem - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - Milwaukee Brewers News, Rumors, and Fan Community
Brew Crew Ball Sep 5, 2021
Adrian Houser dismantled the Cardinals with one pitch

Adrian Houser dismantled the Cardinals with one pitch

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports The sinkerballer’s best pitch was so dialed in that it was all he needed to blank a division rival. Adrian Houser was the story of Saturday night’s 4-0 Brewers victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. After shortened outings from Brett Anderson and Freddy Peralta in two of the last three games left the bullpen a bit taxed, Houser delivered the franchise’s first complete game shutout since Kyle Lohse in 2014. Any shutout is an impressive feat worthy of recognition, but the manner in which Houser blanked the Cardinals was especially...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 4, 2021
Brewers blown out by Cardinals 15-4

Brewers blown out by Cardinals 15-4

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports Two pitchers went out with injuries. Box Score It was a rough day today. Not only did the pitching staff struggle, but two pitchers went out injured. With Freddy Peralta back from the injured list, it didn’t go well in his first start back. Nolan Arenado hit a two-run home run to put the Cardinals up 2-0 in the top of the first, though Peralta was a strike away from getting out of the first. In the second, the Cardinals got their first four baserunners on base, capped by a single from Adam Wainwright for a 3-0 Cardinals lead. Tommy Edman...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 3, 2021
Brewers activate Freddy Peralta and Eduardo Escobar from IL before Cardinals series

Brewers activate Freddy Peralta and Eduardo Escobar from IL before Cardinals series

Photo by Justin K. Aller/ Alec Bettinger is headed back to Nashville after an extremely short stint in Milwaukee and Kolten Wong goes on the paternity list As expected, Freddy Peralta is being activated from the Injured List to make the start for the Brewers in tonight’s series opener against the St. Louis Cardinals. Peralta has been held out for the last couple weeks after straining his shoulder while swinging the bat in a game against the Cardinals the last time we saw them. Peralta insisted he was mostly fine and could have continued to play, but as the Brewers...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 20, 2021
Milwaukee Brewers place Freddy Peralta on 10-day Injured List, recall Hoby Milner

Milwaukee Brewers place Freddy Peralta on 10-day Injured List, recall Hoby Milner

Jon Durr-USA TODAY Sports Peralta left early with shoulder soreness during his most recent outing. Freddy Peralta left his most recent start for the Milwaukee Brewers after pitching just three innings, and it was reported after the game that he had been dealing with some shoulder soreness in the days leading up to his outing. Despite Peralta’s initial optimism that he would be able to make his next scheduled start, the Brewers made the move to place him on the IL prior to yesterday’s series finale in St. Louis. RHP Freddy Peralta placed on the 10-day injured list...
Reviewing the Brew Aug 19, 2021

Brewers Placing Freddy Peralta On 10 Day IL Isn’t A Big Concern

The Milwaukee Brewers have placed starter and Cy Young candidate Freddy Peralta on the 10 Day IL with right shoulder inflammation. It’s hardly the news anyone wanted to see, but Peralta going on the IL isn’t all too shocking. When Peralta left Wednesday’s game against the Cardinals in the 3rd inning after striking out at […] Brewers Placing Freddy Peralta On 10 Day IL Isn’t A Big Concern - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - Milwaukee Brewers News, Rumors, and Fan Community
Brew Crew Ball Aug 19, 2021
Brewers beat the Cardinals in extras, 6-4

Brewers beat the Cardinals in extras, 6-4

Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports Brewers win in exciting fashion, but hope Freddy Peralta is alright On what was a great night for Brewers’ baseball in terms of the win column, Freddy Peralta’s departure from the game after his at-bat in the top of third is a major concern. Freddy Peralta left the game with right shoulder discomfort, the Brewers say.— Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) August 19, 2021 At this point, Brewers’ Nation is collectively holding its breath. Hopefully the injury is a minor one. That said, there was a game tonight between the Brewers and St....

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