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WATCH: Will Smith ejected for foreign substance on arm

Your browser does not support iframes. Will Smith came in from the Brewers bullpen in the seventh inning in relief of starter Matt Garza. However, Smith faced just one batter because he was ejected for having a foreign substance on his non-throwing arm. With the bases loaded, Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez left the dugout to...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
54 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Brewers pitcher Will Smith ejected after pine tar is spotted on arm

In the seventh inning of Thursday’s Brewers-Braves, Milwaukee reliever Will Smith was ejected in the seventh inning after Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez spotted some pine tar on Smith’s arm. The umpiring crew conferred, spotted the pine tar on Smith, and booted him from the game. Smith’s infraction wasn’t nearly as blatant as Michael Pineda’s violation last year, in which...
Via Bloguin Best
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Counsell goes with an unusual lineup

  Those watching the Brewers on Thursday may have noticed that Luis Sardinas was batting ninth while starting pitcher Matt Garza was hitting eighth. While having a pitcher bat eighth isn't unheard of, it certainly is rare. So why did Brewers manager Craig Counsell – a relatively new manager – opt for the unique strategy? “Like I've said before, Carlos [Gomez] has a lot to...
Via Fox Sports
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Scooter Gennett Demoted from Kids Club?

With Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett’s recent demotion to Triple-A Colorado Springs, the diminutive player also may have lost his place as the face of the team’s “Kids Club.” Earlier this month an email was sent out advertising the benefits of the Kids Club, which does have its merits to be sure.  It’s interesting, though, that after being prominently featured in...
Via Brewers Bar
2 days ago  |  Discuss

After April’s Debacle, There is Hope for Brewers

Photo credit Copyright Robby White, Madison, WI As the Brewers broke spring camp in early April, there was, as with all other MLB teams optimism for a great season. For the Brewers, that optimism seemed to wane as the Crew lost on Opening Day 10-0 to the Rockies and went into freefall mode. The powerful on paper lineup of the Brewers couldn’t hit their way out of a wet paper bag...
Via Hot Stove MLB
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Gennett sent to Triple-A

  In what was somewhat of a shocker the Brewers optioned second baseman Scooter Gennett to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday. "Craig [Counsell] and i talked to him last night in the hotel room, and just told him he needed to go down and get his entire game together, both offense and defense," Brewers general manager Doug Melvin told "He understood. He took it fine...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez to Syndergaard: ‘Put that behind you brother’

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez was drilled in the helmet by a 97 mph fastball from New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard on Sunday. Immediately after the game, Gomez encouraged Syndergaard to shake it off. Gomez, who was fortunate to only end up with only a bruise on the side of his face, reached out...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Milwaukee Brewers OF Carlos Gomez Hit in the Head With 97-MPH Fastball

Sunday was a good day as well as a bad one for New York Mets rookie pitcher Noah Syndergaard. Good in that he notched his first MLB victory with a 5-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. It was bad in that he lost control of a fastball and ended up nailing Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez in the head with a pitch (97 MPH). Amazingly GOmez was able to walk off on his own and word is...
Via FatManWriting
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Brewers Bar Weekly Hangover 5/17/15

Each Sunday evening we will review our favorite and least favorite events of the previous week, and share our perspective on how the team is doing.  Please enjoy responsibly. Cheers! (Best event/news of the week) Lucroy’s Coming Back (Eventually): After Ryan Braun’s PED indiscretions, Jonathan Lucroy more or less became the face of the franchise (you could make a case he’s...
Via Brewers Bar
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez hit in face by 97 mph fastball, gets helmet bruise (Video)

Carlos Gomez was hit in the head by a 97 mph fastball from Noah Syndergaard Sunday and left the game, but he does not appear to be seriously hurt. Your browser does not support iframes. Gomez was hit on an 0-1 count and was replaced by a pinch runner. The good news is Gomez was...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez gets hit in head with 97 mph fastball

Milwaukee Brewers fans were dealt a serious scare Sunday afternoon. Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez had to be removed from Milwaukee’s matchup with the New York Mets after taking a 97-mph fastball from rookie pitcher Noah Syndergaard straight to the ear flap. That’s some difficult footage to watch, but amazingly, Gomez reportedly avoided significant injury. Carlos Gomez...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Segura just wanted a chance to play

  Earlier in the week the Brewers placed shortstop Jean Segura on the 15-day Disabled List with a fractured finger. However, the injury was not serious and the shortstop believes he could have played through it and helped his team. “I mean, I understand,” They want to keep you healthy or whatever,” Segura told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. “At some points, you can't dictate...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

MMO Game Recap: Mets 14, Brewers 1

The Mets (21-16) defeated the Milwaukee Brewers (13-24) by a score of 14-1 Saturday night. Jacob deGrom had perhaps his best stuff all season tonight while Matt Garza had quite the opposite. The reigning NL Rookie of The Year pitched six innings while giving up one run, striking out six and walking one. He is now 4-4 on the year. DeGrom helped his own cause in the 2nd. After a double...
Via Mets Merized Online
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Brewers seem “especially interested” in trading Matt Garza

Even though they are playing better under new manager Craig Counsell, the Milwaukee Brewers are likely to be sellers at this years trade deadline. They have attractive trade pieces such as Jonathan Lucroy and Jean Segura, but they don’t seem too interested in moving them. One player to keep an eye on in trade discussions is Matt Garza. According to Jon Heyman of
Via Baseball Essential
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers: Addressing the trade rumors

At 12-23 and 12.5 games behind division-leading St. Louis, the Milwaukee Brewers already look dead in the water in May. Analysts like Ken Rosenthal and Buster Olney say it’s likely the Brewers will go into rebuilding mode this season, and I am inclined to agree with them. As a fan, it hurts to see these struggles continue. The team’s latest series against he White Sox seemed...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Sardinas Callup First Official Glimpse into Gallardo Trade

A report from Todd Rosiak of the Journal Sentinel details how shortstop Luis Sardinas will be called up from the minor leagues to replace Jean Segura, who was placed on the 15-day DL with a finger injury. Obviously yet another injury to a starting player is bad news for the Brewers, who just can’t seem to keep their projected starters on the field, among other issues holding the...
Via Brewers Bar
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bob Uecker, Radio Crew Get Trapped In Brewers’ Press Box During Game (Video)

Bob Uecker has seen plenty of players work themselves out of jams, but the Milwaukee Brewers’ radio announcer found himself in quite the pickle Wednesday. Uecker was delivering his magic as usual in Milwaukee’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Miller Park when disaster struck in the sixth inning. According to those on the scene, the handle on the door to the Brewers...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Bob Uecker was stuck inside the broadcast booth at Miller Park

Baseball legend and longtime Milwaukee Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker got stuck in the broadcast booth last night when the handle to the door broke off.  With the Brewers at 9-19 and having the worst record in baseball, apparently nothing is safe at Miller Park. If you think this sounds like a scene that should be from Major League, you’re probably right. The post Bob Uecker...
Via Awful Announcing
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Ron Roenicke and the career afterlives of fired managers

As the reader will likely already know, Ron Roenicke was relieved of his managerial duties with the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday. Nor was this development entirely surprising. After a successful first year with the club in 2011 — a year that ended with a trip to the National League Championship Series — Roenicke’s Brewers were […]
Via Fangraphs
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Counsell gets first win as manager, is the right man for the job

New Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell took over the helm on a tough day Monday, as his club had to face the phenomenal Clayton Kershaw. Somehow, the Brewers got it done with a miraculous offensive burst in the eighth inning, and the team secured a 4-3 win over the Dodgers to give Counsell a win on his first day as a manager. Astoundingly, the Brewers have now won four of...
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers fire Ron Roenicke — Who’s Next?

Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke was rewarded for his team’s first series win this season by getting fired on Sunday night. Of course, when you’re winning your first series of the season in May, it should be no mystery as to why you’re getting canned. Milwaukee has the worst record in the Majors through 25 games at 7-18, but GM Doug Melvin said that last season’s tumble...
Via Rumors and Rants
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers fire Ron Roenicke: Where do they go from here?

Even though the team had just come off their first series victory of 2015, the Milwaukee Brewers announced manager Ron Roenicke has been relieved of his duties. #Brewers have fired manager Ron Roenicke. His replacement will be named tomorrow. — Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) May 4, 2015 After a historic late-season collapse in 2014, and a 7-18 start to this season, Brewers general...
Via The Outside Corner
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers fire manager Ron Roenicke

After a humiliating 7-18 start to the season, the Milwaukee Brewers have announced that manager Ron Roenicke has been fired. The announcement came via a press release on Twitter. Roenicke relieved of managerial duties: — Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) May 4, 2015   This has been a difficult start to the season, something we definitely did...
Via Sportsnaut
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers: Can a season be lost in April?

Rough starts in MLB aren’t usually a big deal. Even if you lose eight of your first 10 games, there are still over 150 left to play. But what if the entire month turns out like that? For the Milwaukee Brewers, such was their April. It mercifully came to an end on Thursday, with their record an abysmal 5-17, the worst mark in all of baseball. And while they won’t be this bad...
Via The Sports Post
20 days ago  |  Discuss

How worried should Brewers fans be about Ryan Braun?

We’re only a little over two weeks into the 2015 season but Ryan Braun has been having some pretty might struggles at the plate. He’s only hitting 238/273/310 with a 2.3% walk rate. He only just hit his first home run of the season on Monday. After the suspension and especially the thumb injury people are understandably concerned about him. But how worried should Brewers...
Via The Outside Corner
April 21, 2015  |  Discuss

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