Found April 23, 2012 on
The Spread, Mayonnaisse....get it?
Miller Park over Minute Maid Park by 1 million
Fancisco Cordero vs Carlos Lee – Push
Aoki Dojo over Fukudome Dojo by 19
Aoki Dojo over Ishikawa Dojo by 6
Aoki Dojo over Miyagi Dojo by 0.5
Miyagi Dojo over Cobra Kai Dojo by 34
Grienke over Gallardo by 2
Grienke over the Grinch by 17
Richie Sexon over Mat Gamel by 3
Mat Gamel over Greg Brock by 14
The Sausage Race over every other imitation race in the majors by 23
Brewers over Bucks by 18
Doug Melvin over John Hammond by 56
My weight over Rickie Weeks’ average by 9
Scarlett Johansen over Mila Kunis by 68
Nachos over Hot Sandwiches by 6
Miller Lite Punch Can over Coors Light Mountains by 15
Jeff Juden over Derrick Turnbow by 10
County Fair over Career Fair by 11
George Kottaras over Johnny Estrada by 98
Glass Joe over Don Flamenco by 43
BEST OF MAXIM
MILWAUKEE -- A .332 batting average. A staggering 33 home runs and 111 RBI. An NL-leading .597 slugging percentage. The fans at Miller Park had heard all of these stats before in reference to their beloved star outfielder Ryan Braun. But on Sunday, they got their chance to hear it over the loud speakers in Milwaukee with a special title attached: MVP.
There was no talk of controversy...
MILWAUKEE Last April -- before he was an MVP, before a positive drug test had ruled the news and before a certain big cleanup hitter packed up and left for Motown -- Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun was busy having one of the best months of his career at the plate.
Through 17 games the same amount of games the team has already played in 2012 Braun was batting an incredible .373...
Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson will have surgery on the torn rotator cuff in his throwing shoulder and miss the rest of the season, he said Tuesday.
''I'll be ready for next year,'' he said before the team's game with the Houston Astros. ''It's six to nine months.''
He made the decision to have surgery after receiving a...
Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson didn't expect Los Angeles specialist Lewis Yocum to disagree with the first diagnosis that his torn rotator cuff would require surgery. But one can always hope. Instead, Yocum agreed with Brewers team physician William Raasch, and Narveson will undergo season-ending left shoulder surgery, followed by an arduous six- to-month rehab...
Ryan Braun was given his National League MVP trophy in a ceremony before Milwaukee hosted the Colorado Rockies on Sunday by Robin Yount, another Milwaukee MVP award winner.
Braun received a brief standing ovation when he was introduced following a video tribute. Standing outside the Brewers dugout, he was given the Silver Slugger award as the NL's top hitting left fielder from...
Doug Melvin and the Milwaukee Brewers orchestrated one of the more controversial trades last winter, sending stud prospect Brett Lawrie to Toronto in return for right-hander Shaun Marcum.
Lots of people spent the off-season lamenting the move, especially since Lawrie exploded onto the big league scene last season with a .293/.373/.580 line in his first 43 games and Marcum imploded...
It's been a few days off here in our On the Farm reporting and I apologize for that, but let's get into the heat of things as they stand right now and not dwell on something that can't be undone. It was a banner day, but not in the good sense, as all four Minor League teams in the Brewers organization went down to defeat yesterday.Brevard County put up ace Jed Bradley...
Monday wasn't exactly a banner day for the Brewers farm system and yesterday they actually found a way to top Monday for pure suckage as they went 0-4 once again, but did so in a way I've never seen before.In fact, we'll lead-off with the game that led me to just shake my head and that came from Brevard County. The Manatees took on Clearwater and it was an amazing pitchers...
MIL - Zack Greinke: 6 IP, 2 R, 8 H, 2 BB, 9 K, 1 HR (115 pitches, 71 strikes)HOU - Lucas Harrell: 5 IP, 5 R, 5 H, 3 BB, 1 K, 1 HR (86 pitches, 53 strikes)
Ryan Braun: 3-4, 2B, HRJonathan Lucroy: 2-3, BB
Carlos Lee: 3-5Jed Lowrie: 2-5, HR
Notes: - Zack Greinke didn't have anything near his best stuff, but was still able to turn...
The Milwaukee Brewers' weekend at home didn't go as well as they wanted.
Giving the ball to Zack Greinke could help the defending NL Central champs get back on track.
The Brewers will try to win their 18th consecutive game at Miller Park when Greinke starts as they open a series with the Houston Astros on Monday night.
After winning two of three against the Los Angeles...