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From former teammates to rivals who are competing for a spot in the World Series. Brewers right-hander Shaun Marcum and Cardinals lefty reliever Marc Rzepczynski previously were with the Blue Jays.
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As Shaun Marcum takes the mound for Game 2 of the NLCS against Milwaukee tonight, the shadow of a 4.2 inning, seven run implosion against Arizona in Game 3 of the NLDS will loom large. But Marcum’s first playoff start is the only recent negative for the right-handed changeup specialist: Marcum has only put together two solid outings since the calendar flipped to September. After...
MILWAUKEE -- Filling out their rotation for the NL Championship Series, the Milwaukee Brewers revealed Sunday that Shaun Marcum will start Monday's Game 2.
"It keeps him on line better with everybody," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said before Game 1 Sunday. "It would be between he and (Randy) Wolf and (Marcum) stays on line better."
Roenicke said Saturday...
Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Shaun Marcum did his best work on the road this season, but manager Ron Roenicke lined him up for two possible home starts in the National League Championship Series by tabbing him to start Game 2.
Behind the fearsome bat of Albert Pujols, the St. Louis Cardinals tied the NLCS at 1 game apiece. Earlier in the day, the Nelson Cruz continued his attempt to pry the
After an uplifting come-from-behind victory in Game 1, the Brewers will start Shaun Marcum against Edwin Jackson of the Cardinals on Monday at Miller Park in Game 2. But a couple of sets of numbers might be troubling to the Brewers.
Milwaukee RHP Shaun Marcum (0-1, 13.50 ERA)
The Milwaukee Brewers will play host to the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series.
Milwaukee will send Shaun Marcum to the mound for Monday night's contest, and St. Louis counters with Edwin Jackson in the matchup. The Brewers won Game 1 of the series 9-6 on Sunday afternoon.
At this point, if Albert Pujols vs. Shaun Marcum were a boxing match, it would be stopped, in the first round. Actually, it would be stopped at the weigh-in.
Things turned when they acquired righthanders Zack Greinke from
KC and Shaun Marcum from Toronto.