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Waiving Them Through The Turnstiles

With less than a day to spare, Major League Baseball and the Players’ Union were able to come to terms and sign a new collective bargaining agreement this year, preserving over two decades of continuing labor peace. To the relief of, well, everyone, the All-Star Game will no longer decide home-field advantage in the World Series. Among other changes were included further global...
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December 23, 2016  |  Discuss

Game 118 Recap: Cubs 4 Brewers 1

Tl;dr: The Brewers ninth inning rally fell short as they lost 4-1 to the Cubs, dropping both ends of the double header. More importantly, Chase Anderson and Ryan Braun left the game with injuries. Top Play (WPA): Kris Bryant’s third inning single, which scored David Ross and opened the scoring at 1-0, was the game’s top play (.122). In his first at bat, Bryant hit a liner off...
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August 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Brewers RHP Anderson leaves after taking liner off leg

CHICAGO (AP) Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Chase Anderson has left after two batters in his start against the Chicago Cubs after taking a line drive off his left knee. Kris Bryant's comebacker left the bat at 107 mph Tuesday night, according to MLB's Statcast program. Anderson fielded and threw to first for the second out and then immediately winced in pain. Anderson attempted...
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August 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Marinez cleaning up out of Crew's bullpen

His usage may be irregular and his innings may come when the game's outcome often already has been decided, but right-hander Jhan Marinez has been precisely what the Brewers have needed from him.
August 12, 2016

Jhan Marinez: The Forgotten Man

The final countdown before the trade deadline has begun, and the Brewers will be one of the most intriguing teams to watch this weekend. Of particular interest to many contenders are a trio of pitchers in Milwaukee’s bullpen, as Jeremy Jeffress, Will Smith and Tyler Thornburg are becoming household names in the baseball world as they are drawing a cacophony of offers from a number...
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July 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Jhan Marinez Has The Stuff, But Not The Results

TINSTAAPP: There Is No Such Thing As A Pitching Prospect. For every promising young hurler who lives up to his billing, ten more will flame out. Brewers fans have certainly experienced this concept, with Mark Rogers, Jed Bradley, and (possibly) Wily Peralta, among others. And before this year, Jhan Marinez looked like a pretty good example of it. He’d never capitalized on his immense...
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June 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Roster Notes: Gennett/Jhan Marinez In, Rivera/Kirkman Out

In a flurry of moves yesterday, the Brewers have made a number of changes to the major league roster. The primary highlight of the moves was the return of 2B Scooter Gennett, who went 2-3 with two singles, a walk, and one strikeout in the 3-0 loss to James Shields and the Padres.  But before the game had started, the Brewers had a tough roster call to make regarding the infield...
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May 13, 2016

Rays designate Marinez for assignment

After Saturday night's 4-2 Rays win over the Angels, Tampa Bay designated Jhan Marinez for assignment so that right-hander Matt Andriese could be recalled to start Sunday's series finale against the Angels.
May 08, 2016

Rays call up RHP Jhan Marinez, option LHP Blake Snell

The Tampa Bay Rays are calling up right-handed pitcher Jhan Marinez for bullpen depth and optioned lefty starter Blake Snell back to Triple-A Durham. The news of being optioned is typically the result of the failure to perform, but not necessarily in Snell’s case. The Rays had to be content after watching Snell hold the Yankees in check albeit a 3-2 loss. He pitched five frames...
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April 23, 2016

Looking Backward While Moving Forward: Rays tie Baltimore ahead of trip to Cuba

Rays officials, including Brian Auld (pictured), were among the first to land in Havana on Sunday. (Photo Credit: Tampa Bay Rays) The Tampa Bay Rays tied the Baltimore Orioles 8-8 in the final exhibition game before the Rays’ historic trip to Cuba. Steven Souza Jr., Evan Longoria and Logan Morrison provided the pop for Tampa Bay, as each hit their first homers of the Spring...
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March 21, 2016

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