Found April 06, 2012 on Brewers Bar:
Welcome to the 2012 season and as the newest member of The Brewers Bar I've taken up residency in the farm system of the Brewers this year as is appropriate for a rookie of my standing.  As such you can expect analysis on a weekly basis, but what's a morning during the season without opening up the paper/computer and taking a look at the box scores?  So with that in mind I will be providing you on a daily basis with the box scores for all of our minor league affilates so you have an idea of what is going on down On The Farm.  I hope you enjoy and Let's go Brewers!!!Overall Opening Day wasn't too kind to the Brewers farm system as the four teams went 1-3 with the only win coming from the high-A Brevard County Manatees.  Taylor Jungmann earned a victory in his first ever game as a professional baseball player with the BC Manatees.PLAYER OF THE DAY: Taylor Jungmann - His pitching guided the Manatees to the Brewers only victory in the minor league system.  It wasn't ...
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