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Streaking Brewers retire last 24 batters; Beat Blue Jays 6-1

The Milwaukee Brewers have certainly carved their way into the national headlines over the past week. Fresh off a series sweep of the NL West leading Los Angeles Dodgers, the National League’s top dogs were poised to pick up where they left off in LA when they returned home to begin a three game set with the Toronto Blue Jays. And what happened back on their Wisconsin soil Tuesday...
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Kintzler getting back in form

MILWAUKEE -- Heading into the season, the Milwaukee Brewers expected to have Jim Henderson and Brandon Kintzler anchoring their bullpen in the back end. While Henderson has been sidelined by a shoulder injury for more than a month, Kintzler hasn't been the same steady reliever he was last season. Kintzler has struggled to get on track since returning from a strained rotator cuff...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Brandon Kintzler warms up while fan is treated after fall into bullpen (video)

During Tuesday’s game between the Minnesota Twins and Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, a fan fell over a railing in the outfield and plummeted 15 feet to the ground inside the home team’s bullpen. The fan was treated, placed upon a stretcher and ultimately was taken to a hospital. The last word on his condition […] The post Brandon Kintzler warms up while fan is treated after...
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June 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Fan injured after falling 15 feet into Brewers bullpen at Miller Park (photos)

Things took a turn into some pretty terrible territory during Tuesday night’s game between the hometown Milwaukee Brewers and Minnesota Twins when a fan fell over a railing and plunged approximately 15 feet into the bullpen. The scary incident occurred during the top of the 8th inning when the fan leaned over the railing at […] The post Fan injured after falling 15 feet into...
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June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers Wednesday: Kintzler set to come off DL soon

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Brewers reliever Brandon Kintzler threw a simulated game prior to Wednesday night's series finale with the San Diego Padres and is on track to be activated from the disabled list on Friday. Kintzler estimated he threw 40 pitches Wednesday with somewhere between 17-23 coming with catcher Martin Maldonado standing in the box. "I had no pain, which is...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers place RHP Brandon Kintzler on DL

Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Brandon Kintzler has landed on the disabled list with a rotator cuff strain, as reported by JR Radcliffe of MLB.com. Radcliffe spoke to Kintzler, who has not pitched since Tuesday but does not consider the injury to be serious:"I've been kind of battling through it the last two weeks," Kintzler said. "It just got to a point where...
Via Sports Injury Alert
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers place setup man Kintzler on DL

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday placed right-hander Brandon Kintzler on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to April 9 with a mild strained right rotator cuff. Right-hander Rob Wooten will be recalled from Triple-A Nashville to join Milwaukee's bullpen for Sunday's series finale against Pittsburgh. Kintzler, who has allowed just two hits in five scoreless...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers' Kintzler brings the right approach to the mound

PHOENIX -- For the first time in his career Brewers pitcher Brandon Kintzler is all but assured of that he'll be on a major-league roster on Opening Day. After the work he did last year, his first full season in the majors, the right-hander's place in the Milwaukee bullpen is well deserved.  Earning a roster spot out of spring training, the 5-foot-10 set-up specialist posted...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Milwaukee's Brandon Kintzler sees poor run of luck in loss to St. Louis

MILWAUKEE -- Statistics are used heavily in baseball, but they are defied when the game is actually played. Brewers reliever Brandon Kintzler has dominated left-handed hitters all season long, entering Monday having allowed just 11 hits and a .147 batting average to lefties this year. In the decisive top of the eighth inning Monday, St. Louis left-handed hitters got five hits off...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
August 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Brewers bring up RHP Kintzler from Nashville

MILWAUKEEWith rosters expanded and the Brewers looking for added help in the bullpen, the team has called up reliever Brandon Kintzler from Triple-A Nashville. Kintzler was on the major league roster last season, but was shut down due to arm problems after nine appearances. In that span, he posted a 3.68 ERA. The Brewers newest reliever began the season on the disabled list and...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
September 03, 2012  |  Discuss
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