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(with Artwork. Both Artwork and music may be downloaded for free, by the way). To check out this Jim Henderson prog-rock instrumental, go to the Soundcloud Brewers Bar set!
Meant for the Blog thebrewersbar.com - Bass, guitars & drums recorded/performed by J. Lemont, August 13th, 2013.
Jim Henderson Theme Song - [TheBrewersBar-006]
Artwork of J Henderson by J. Lemont
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Scooter Gennett of the Brewers launched a massive home run, and first of his career, into the right-field upper deck during the 3rd inning of the Brewers night game against the Rangers on Tuesday night. In keeping with a great tradition his Brewers teammates greeted him with the silent treatment as he headed back to the dugout after rounding the bases. Always fun. [Hot Clicks] Article...
MILWAUKEE -- Complacency is dangerous in any profession, but just small doses can be killer for a professional athlete.
Cruising through the minor leagues, Donovan Hand was already in Double-A just one season after being drafted in the 14th round of the 2007 draft. A trip to Milwaukee was right around the corner, or so he thought.
"I thought this game was easy," Hand said...
The Milwaukee Brewers have activated third baseman Aramis Ramirez from the 15-day disabled list and optioned outfielder Caleb Gindl to Triple-A Nashville.
On the disabled list since July 8 with a left knee injury, Ramirez is in the lineup hitting cleanup and playing third base for Tuesday night's game in Texas.
The Brewers hope sitting out 31 games will help Ramirez begin to...
Giving the silent treatment in the dugout is usually reserved for the first home run of a career, but the Milwaukee Brewers pulled it off well Tuesday night.
After second baseman Scooter Gennett connected for a 394-foot home run to the upper deck in Milwaukee's 5-1 victory in Texas, the entire dugout ignored the rookie for over 20 seconds.
Aramis Ramirez eventually broke the...
The Milwaukee Brewers are at a point in their season where a strong performance from a young player can be just as important as winning a game.
As tough as Wednesday's 5-4 loss to Texas was, the Brewers can take Tyler Thornburg's performance as a big positive going forward. Facing one of baseball's best lineups, the rookie right-hander allowed just one earned run on...
Third baseman Aramis Ramirez, bothered throughout 2013 by a sprained left knee originally suffered in Spring Training that forced stints on the disabled list in April and early May, is expected to return from the Brewers' disabled list on Tuesday. He's been on the DL since July 8th.
#Brewers are now targeting the Texas series for Aramis Ramirez's return. DH on Tuesday...
Ostensibly, Kyle Lohse and I talked about the evolution of his approach last week before a game against the Giants. He showed me some grips and talked about how his arsenal has changed since he was in Minnesota. But — as it happens when you start talking about baseball’s intricacies — our conversation ended up […]
Some of the coloring came out looking kind of strange (Doug Melvin, for instance...or, Doug Melvin's face. I might have made some of the drawings a bit opaque at some point, and then failed to notice when I set the backgrounds behind them). Also, the nifty fonts service I use for comic bubbles from Urban Fonts was unavailable...
The usually reliable Milwaukee bullpen faltered Wednesday night, sending the Brewers home with a 5-4 loss to the Texas Rangers.
Milwaukee finished 5-4 on the 10-day road trip and lost for the 23rd time this season when holding a lead.
The Rangers rallied in the seventh when three Brewers' relievers got wild.
The Brewers bullpen, which had a 2.88 ERA - fourth-best in the majors...
Scooter Gennett homered twice, Marco Estrada worked six solid innings and the Milwaukee Brewers beat Texas 5-1 on Tuesday night, ending the Rangers' eight-game winning streak.
Khris Davis also homered for the Brewers. His solo shot in the seventh ricocheted high off the left-field pole and chased Alexi Ogando (5-4).
Gennett, a 23-year-old rookie second baseman listed at 157...
At this point of a tough season the Brewers deserved a good post-game laugh.
When it was mentioned to manager Ron Roenicke that rookie Scooter Gennett carried his offense Tuesday night with a pair of homers the skipper said "We can't get him thinking he's a home-run hitter."
It was in that spirit that the Brewers used an excellent starting performance from Marco...