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The Milwaukee Brewers have placed OF Ryan Braun on the disabled list with a right oblique strain. This move is retroactive to April 28th, and Ryan Braun will be eligible to return to the Brewers lineup next weekend.In 2013, Braun played in just 61 games before he was suspended for the remainder of the season on July 22nd.The Brewers slugger was off to a hot start this year, as he's currently hitting .318 with 6 home runs and 18 RBI.#487627267 / gettyimages.comLogan Schafer, who just returned off the disabled list, should get a number of starts in the outfield with Braun sidelined.
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Still unable to play after sitting out for nearly a week, Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a right oblique strain.
Braun hasn't played in nearly a week, meaning his stint on the disabled list is retroactive to April 27. He's eligible to return on May 12, an off day for the Brewers. Braun will miss the remaining two games in...
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun has been placed on the 15-day disabled list to free up a roster spot. Braun is recovering from a strained rib cage which he suffered on April 26 in a game against the Chicago Cubs. Braun will be eligible to come off the disabled list on May 12. Milwaukee called up outfielder Logan Shafer to take Braun’s roster spot. Shafer was activated...
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun has not played since April 26 because of a strain in his right rib cage. Now, he will have to wait at least another week. The Brewers placed Braun on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 27. Logan Schafer has come off the disabled list and will take Braun's roster spot. The Brewers made the announcement Saturday. OF Ryan...
Four has been the magic number for the Milwaukee Brewers this season.
The Brewers have yet to lose when scoring four or more runs in a game. However, plating four runs has become an issue.
Milwaukee's offense scuffled again in Saturday afternoon's 3-2 loss to Cincinnati in 10 innings, managing just six hits and hardly putting up much of a fight besides a pair of early solo...
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Brewers Win a Series Against the Goddamn Cardinals: Going into St. Louis for the first time in 2014, the Brewers had not won a series against the Cardinals in their last...
With the way Johnny Cueto has been throwing the ball, the Milwaukee Brewers knew they needed a strong pitching performance to have any chance of winning Saturday night.
Yovani Gallardo was unable to match his counterpart, as Cueto continued his early season dominance by allowing just three hits over eight innings to lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-2 victory over the Brewers at Great...
Wily Peralta took the Milwaukee Brewers onto his burly shoulders Friday night.
The right-hander not only turned in a dominant eight-inning start against the Cincinnati Reds, but he also delivered the game's only runs with a clutch two-out double to key a 2-0 Brewers victory at Great American Ball Park.
"I really don't think we needed anybody else out there — he did...
…a collage once inhabited by an inning of the Dock Ellis no-hitter—it might be something, perhaps, along these lines:
Cue: Crybaby pedal (artwork by J. Lemont)
end of that artwork
(They should make things like this for the HR Derby, I say)
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Wily Peralta doubled home two runs -- the first RBIs of his career -- and repeatedly escaped trouble during his eight innings on Friday night, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to a 2-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
The NL Central leaders improved the best record in the majors to 21-9 and opened a 7-game lead over Cincinnati. The Brewers are 12-3 on the road.
Carlos Gomez leaps up against the center-field wall and comes down with the baseball, robbing Joey Votto of a solo home run Thursday night.For Gomez — who was himself robbed of a homer by Billy Hamilton in the top of the first inning — it was sweet revenge. For Votto, it was deja vu.You may remember Gomez robbing Votto of a potential game-winning homer to end a game last...
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In the bottom of the first inning of Thursday’s Milwaukee Brewers-Cincinnati Reds game, Joey Votto came up to bat and nearly hit his fifth home run of the year. Votto’s bomb was launched right to dead center field, however, where the Brewers’ Carlos Gomez was able to track the ball down and make a leaping catch right at the wall. Votto...
Opponent: Milwaukee Brewers
Where: Great American Ball Park
TV: FOX Sports Ohio
Johnny Cueto (2-2, 1.15 ERA) vs. Yovani Gallardo (2-0, 1.91 ERA)
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Carlos Gomez did it again, much to the chagrin of Joey Votto. Your browser does not support iframes.Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
Milwaukee's lineup has struggled in the absence of Ryan Braun, and their next assignment isn't likely to make things any easier.
Alfredo Simon tries to continue his dominant form as a fill-in starter Sunday and help the Cincinnati Reds take three of four from the Brewers at Great American Ball Park.
Simon (4-1, 1.60 ERA) has dazzled in place of the injured Mat Latos, allowing...