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Brewers ride homers to walk-off win over Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers used the long ball to maximum effect Tuesday night. They hit a season-high four home runs — all solo shots — with Jonathan Lucroy accounting for a pair. It was his second that powered the Brewers to a 4-3 walk-off victory over the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park. The all-star catcher led off the bottom of the ninth with a shot just over the wall in the...
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Lucroy returns to form, hammers walk-off winner

MILWAUKEE -- Jonathan Lucroy was so consistent in the first-half of the season that a stretch of eight games in which he struggled at the plate began to raise questions as to whether the workload placed on the catcher was becoming a cause for concern. So much for that. Responding in a big way, Lucroy blasted two home runs Tuesday night, including a walk-off blast in the bottom of...
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Brewers All-Stars create good memories despite loss

MINNEAPOLIS -- Jonathan Lucroy swung his bat with the same opportunism he did in his MLB debut here four years ago. Carlos Gomez did the same thing, though his feistiness at Target Field's home plate earned him little more than laughs from the National League dugout. Aramis Ramirez was his usual savvy self, though a close-call ground ball at third base that eluded him helped...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Bitter Cardinals Fans Blame Jonathan Lucroy for Adam Wainwright’s All-Star Game Struggles

The Cardinals-Brewers feisty rivalry is quite underrated yet always prevalent, especially when both teams are competing for the division title and both teams send a heap of players to the All-Star Game. The rivalry tension was in full swing as Cardinals manager Mike Matheny tapped his own Adam Wainwright to start the game, pitching to the fan-voted starting catcher Jonathan Lucroy...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Outlook for Brewers in the Second Half

This year’s All-Star break came at an especially opportune time for the Brewers, allowing for a breather in the midst of their worst slump of the year. Starting on July 1, Milwaukee limped toward intermission on a 2-10 skid. St. Louis shaved the Brewers’ comfortable 6.5-game lead to a pulse-pounding margin of one game. With time on our hands during the break, stunned Brewers...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Hard-working Lucroy has made himself an All-Star

MILWAUKEE -- It took the Milwaukee Brewers just 211 games to realize Jonathan Lucroy wasn't like the countless catchers they had tried over the previous two decades. When Lucroy started his first Opening Day for Milwaukee in 2012, he became the 14th different player to start the season at catcher for the Brewers since 1993. After running through countless catchers, most of whom...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers' Lucroy continues to make case for All-Star nod

After submitting another performance pivotal to yet another Brewers win, catcher Jonathan Lucroy sat in front of his locker inside Milwaukee's clubhouse contentedly eating an ice cream cone, positively pleased with the team's victory and entirely unconcerned with whether his continuingly peerless play would be recognized with an All-Star nod. In the Brewers' 7-4 win over...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers: The Brewers are MLB’s first team to 50 wins

If I told you before the season began that the Milwaukee Brewers would be on pace to win over 100 games and win 50 of them before the All-Star break, you’d direct me to the nearest psych ward. But that’s exactly what this Brewers team has done through the first 82 games. They’ve compiled a 50-32 record and have held steady in first place of the National League Central since...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers release awesome Jonathan Lucroy All-Star promo, Cardinals not impressed

Jonathan Lucroy of the Milwaukee Brewers is good...real good. The problem is that he plays in Milwaukee and the lazy MLB All-Star voters are never in a million years going to vote him into the game over Yadier Molina of the St. Louis Cardinals.The Brewers marketing team got creative when putting together their All-Star promo ads and really dug it to their National League Central...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers Vote Lucroy Video Disses St.Louis Cardinals

The Milwaukee Brewers are taking no prisoners in their attempt to have catcher Jonathan Lucroy start the All-Star Game. The Brewers even took a cheap shot at the St. Louis Cardinals in their latest “Vote Lucroy” propaganda video. Your browser does not support iframes. The post Milwaukee Brewers Vote Lucroy Video Disses St.Louis Cardinals appeared first on Baseball Hot Corner.
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June 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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