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Friars on Base Apr 21, 2014
Friars ace Andrew Cashner did not have his best stuff as the Padres suffered a 4-3 defeat to the Milwaukee Brewers to open a three-game series at Miller Park. It was all Milwaukee early on with the Brew Crew opening up a three-run lead in the third inning. The second time through the lineup proved […]Friars fall to Brewers in series opener 4-3 - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Friars go down in defeat by the same score as the previous game. One down and nine to go. The Padres began their 10 game road trip with a loss versus the Milwaukee Brewers. Andrew Cashner came into the game on a hot streak. Four straight quality starts that included 2 wins and a one hitter. He had yet to allow more than two runs in a single outing. He had only allowed four runs all year. He had not allowed four in a single game since August 2013. That all changed today against the hot bats of the Brewers. Cashner worked in and out of trouble in both the first and second innings. A...
Redleg Nation Apr 21, 2014
Power Rankings Week 3 *please note: all stats outside of team records only include games played through 4/20/14. 1. Milwaukee Brewers (last week: 1): 14-5, 1st Place, 81 RS, 63 RA (+18) The Brewers started out the week by losing two of three to the Cardinals at Miller Park, but won three of four over the …
Redleg Nation Apr 14, 2014
Power Rankings Week 2 *please note: all stats outside of team records only include games played through 4/12/14. 1. Milwaukee Brewers (last week: 2): 10-2, 1st Place, 57 RS, 29 RA (+28) The Brewers are off to their best start since the year I was born (1987). They have won 9 straight games, including impressive 3-game …
Over the Monster Apr 6, 2014
No getting swept, m'kay, Sox? So with the series already down in the books as a loss, it would be nice to avoid getting swept. Luckily, the Sox have Jon Lester on the mound today, so there's an excellent chance of little run action on the part of the Milwaukee Brewers. We now just need to hope that the Sox bats can put something together. Unfortunately, it's another day, another not-exactly-optimal Sox lineup, as Will Middlebrooks is once again unavailable, and Grady Sizemore has a scheduled day off with a day game directly after a night game: Daniel Nava, RF Dustin Pedroia, 2B David...
Atlanta Bullpen Apr 1, 2014
The Braves are one game into a 162 game season so you can’t assume much of anything after the Opening Day loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. But the game did look eerily similar to what we were used to seeing last season when the Braves struggled. At the very least you can say that not […] The post Braves Loss Only One Game…Right? appeared first on Atlanta Bullpen.
Atlanta Bullpen Mar 31, 2014
The Atlanta Braves open the season against the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park in Milwaukee at 2:10 p.m. today. Atlanta will play Milwaukee seven times this season, three in Milwaukee during this opening series and four in Atlanta May 19-22. Miller Park has not been a safe haven for the Braves, they lost eight straight […] The post Braves vs Brewers GameDay Experience 3/31/14 appeared first on Atlanta Bullpen.
Redleg Nation Mar 29, 2014
[Editor note: I've known John since we were in high school. While he's quite accomplished professionally - Professor of Law at St. John's University in New York City - it's his ongoing devotion to the Milwaukee Brewers that most impresses me. I'm thrilled he's agree to share his thoughts about the upcoming season with us. …
Redleg Nation Mar 29, 2014
Basics Manager: Ron Roenicke (fourth year) 2013 Record: 74-88 2013 Division Finish: Fourth place 2013 Runs Scored: 640 2013 Runs Allowed: 687 2013 Attendance: 2,531,105 2013 Payroll: $86.5 million 2014 Expected Payroll: $98.1 million Two years removed from a 96-win season, the Brewers’ 2013 was already headed in the wrong direction (41-56) when they were …
Viva El Birdos Mar 28, 2014
The Milwaukee Brewers had a disappointing season in 2013, highlighted by their star player's suspension for PED use. There is some hope for optimism in 2014, with Ryan Braun's return and a solid rotation backing a potential surprise team this season. A baseball team never wants its season to be known more for a player who is not playing than the players who are on the field. For the 2013 Milwaukee Brewers, Ryan Braun's admission of PED use and suspension generated far more attention than the rest of the team in a disappointing season. In addition to losing its best player, the team also...
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