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The Milwaukee Brewers are covered with the fingerprints of Jack Zduriencik, who preceded his current gig as Mariners general manager by serving as Milwaukee's scouting director.
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The Brewers came up short last night, and now one of the many concerns for GM Doug Melvin will be the status of his nine arbitration eligible players.
First time: Casey McGehee, Nyjer Morgan, George Kottaras, Mitch Stetter
Second time: Kameron Loe, Manny Parra, Josh Wilson
Third time: Shaun Marcum, Carlos Gomez
Kottaras, Stetter, Wilson, and Parra appear to...
MILWAUKEE -- Years from now, the 2011 Milwaukee Brewers no doubt will be warmly remembered for the 1-2 punch of...
Another shaky outing by Shaun Marcum, some more sloppy fielding and a tough night for Milwaukee's two biggest stars ended the Brewers' chance for a trip to the World Series they had so craved.
Tony Hush is back. Despite delivering one of the biggest hits in Brewers history in Game 5 of the National League Division Series against the D-backs, center fielder Nyjer Morgan has been struggling throughout the postseason. Along with the struggles has come Morgan's quiet, reserved alter ego, Hush.
The Cards hold the upper hand entering Game 6 of the NLCS, but the Brewers have been tough at home. Cliff Corcoran discusses whether Shaun Marcum can save the Brewers' season.
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke left the door open ever so slightly Friday to bringing back Yovani Gallardo on short rest to pitch Game 6 of the National League Championship Series, but made it abundantly clear that Plan A was to pitch Shaun Marcum.
When the Milwaukee Brewers reflect on a loss to the Cardinals in
Game 5 of the National League championship series, they won't have
to search far for the culprit. As the Pogo comic strip once
The Brewers are down, 3-2, in the National League Championship Series. And their Game 6 starter is Shaun Marcum. Combine those two facts, and to objective observers, this could add up to one thing: A National League pennant for the St. Louis Cardinals.