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The Brewers got some good news Friday when an MRI performed on rookie right-hander Wily Peralta's arm
was negative. Peralta, very impressive as a September call-up from Class AAA Nashville, exited in the sixth inning
Thursday in Cincinnati while throwing a two-hit shutout. Peralta began experiencing tightness in his biceps
earlier in the game and the decision was made to pull him with one down in the sixth and the Brewers
leading, 1-0, in a game they eventually would lose, 2-1. "I was really happy that he wasn't real sore today," said manager Ron Roenicke. "He still felt it a
little bit but he wasn't very sore, which is very encouraging. He saw the doctors and everybody says he is
fine, physically." Roenicke said Peralta, 23, was still on track to make his final start of the season Tuesday against San
Diego. But if there is even the slightest doubt, the Brewers won't risk it with Peralta, one of their top
pitching prospects. The B...
BEST OF MAXIM
MILWAUKEE After an impressive rookie debut that stretched across five starts, Brewers pitching prospect Wily Peralta won't make his scheduled start on Tuesday night against San Diego, effectively ending his rookie season.
Peralta had left his last start, a loss at Cincinnati, with soreness in his bicep, and after throwing a bullpen on Saturday, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke...
Wily Peralta was going to fight through it. He was going to do all he could to help the Brewers win a crucial game.
But in the end, his teammates were going to have none of it.Milwaukee's prized rookie starting pitcher alerted third baseman Aramis Ramirez that he was feeling discomfort in his right bicep prior to coming out to pitch the sixth inning. Ramirez then told Brewers...
MILWAUKEE When Chris Narveson's injury opened the door for Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Marco Estrada to finally become a starting pitcher, he insisted that he'd always thought like one, trying every game to get closer to that goal. He wouldn't let this opportunity be wasted, he said.
And while he got off to a slow start this season, Estrada cappeda brilliant second half...
MILWAUKEE With so many question marks surrounding the Milwaukee Brewers' pitching rotation for next year after several young starters broke out at different points throughout this season, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke may have made next year's picture a little less murky on Sunday morning.
"I don't think it'll be a free-for-all," Roenicke said of the impending...
HAVE A SEAT
The MVP slugger and the rest of the Brew Crew have teamed up to show their fan's some appreciation for sticking by the team during a turbulent regular season.
MILWAUKEE Heading into the season's most grueling road trip a 10-game stretch in three cities against three playoff contenders still several games out of the second wild card, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke had an ideal finish in mind, a number that he thought would keep Milwaukee in the race.
Roenicke kept that number to himself as he and the Brewers headed to Pittsburgh,...
Their playoff chances only a faint mathematical possibility, the Milwaukee Brewers hope to begin an improbable run for the second NL wild-card spot Saturday night when they continue their series versus the Houston Astros.Milwaukee (80-77) is five games behind St. Louis with five games remaining, meaning it would need to run the table while the Cardinals suffer an unlikely skid to...
Corey Hart was clearly hobbled by the plantar fasciitis he's been battling for the last couple weeks. His limp was noticeable as he jogged around the bases yesterday, not once but twice. Hart's two home runs kept the Brewers mathematically alive in the Wild Card hunt.
According to the Associated Press, Hart had been battling the injury for a while now and was in a...
Get ready for the most hotly contested November election that will not involve a political office – and if you are a fan of Ryan Braun, you will likely not be happy with the final tabulations for National League Most Valuable Player.
In fact Braun will have a hard time ever winning a MVP award for the rest of his career no matter what he does in a single season.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Marco Estrada struck out 11 in eight shutout innings, Corey Hart homered twice and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Houston Astros 9-5 on Saturday night.
The Brewers began the day barely in the playoff race, a year they reached the NL championship series. Any Milwaukee loss or St. Louis win would mean elimination.
Hart drove in four runs to back Estrada (5-7), who...
The Milwaukee Brewers begin their final homestand of the season after a loss that may have devastated any remaining hopes they had of reaching the playoffs.
It may be too late to bounce back, but having Yovani Gallardo on the mound should provide a positive outlook for Friday night.
The Brewers have won Gallardo's last 11 starts and he's won 10 consecutive outings against...
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Edgar Gonzalez allowed one hit before tiring in the sixth and Brett Wallace, Jason Castro and Jose Altuve all homered and the Houston Astros beat Yovani Gallardo for the first time in three seasons, dousing the Milwaukee Brewers' faint playoff hopes with a 7-6 victory Friday night.
The win helped Houston avoid matching their franchise-worst loss total set last...