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Milwaukee Brewers need to find consistency

The Milwaukee Brewers choked so badly before the All Star break that they nearly lost their first place spot in the NL Central. The partial collapse made me lose sight of the huge success the Brewers had had during the majority of the first half of the season, and it also highlighted how integral consistency is to a team’s playoff push. NL Central fans have seen consistency in...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers open second half with win over Nationals

Kyle Lohse was as exhausted as a pitcher can be after surrendering only one run over seven innings. "It was survival," he said, aptly describing his night on the mound. It also was a veteran who knows how to bend but not break. Despite giving up 10 hits, Lohse held Washington to one run during his tense outing, allowing the Milwaukee Brewers to begin the second half on...
Via Pro Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Kyle Lohse's bat sticks to batting glove (Video)

Your browser does not support iframes.Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse had an awkward moment during Wednesday's game against Philadelphia when his bat got stuck to his batting glove while running to first base.It happened in the fifth inning as he laid down a bunt towards the pitcher's mound. Lohse apparently had too much pine tar on his batting glove, so he had to run...
Via Holdout Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Kyle Lohse’s pine tar laden bat was stuck to his hands

During Wednesday night’s Phillies-Brewers game, Kyle Lohse laid down a sac bunt in the fifth inning. He kept the bat in his hands for nearly his entire trek up the first base line, and when he got back into the dugout, we learned why – there was too much pine tar on the bat, and it was stuck to Lohse’s hands. Somewhere, George Brett is nodding approvingly.
Via The Outside Corner
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Lohse hit with loss after two costly mistakes

Cruising through the first seven outs of his start, Kyle Lohse looked like he was about to settle in for yet another strong outing. But in a matter of two pitches, everything changed for Lohse and the Milwaukee Brewers. With five strikeouts already while working in the third inning, Lohse allowed a one-out single to Reds pitcher Alfredo Simon. One pitch later, Billy Hamilton connected...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Reds, Brewers go toe-to-toe with All-Star hopefuls Simon, Lohse on the mound

After a surprisingly strong first half, Alfredo Simon is hoping to make the NL All-Star team. A case could be made for Kyle Lohse, too. These All-Star candidates go toe-to-toe as the Cincinnati Reds open a three-game home set against the Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night. Used exclusively as a reliever over the previous two years, Simon (10-3, 2.81 ERA) has greatly...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Lohse, Brewers have 'one of those nights' in Pittsburgh

It just wasn't Kyle Lohse's night. Coming off a three-hit shutout, Lohse allowed eight earned runs on nine hits over five-plus innings in what was his worst start in a Brewers uniform. The Pittsburgh Pirates turned what was a competitive game into a rout with an eight-run sixth inning against Lohse and reliever Tyler Thornburg, handing the Brewers a 15-5 loss, their most...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

No pitchers' duel here: Lohse shuts out Cubs

MILWAUKEE -- Ron Roenicke knew he didn't even have to wander down to the other end of the dugout to ask Kyle Lohse if he was willing and able to take the ball for the ninth inning. Lohse finished what he started by tossing a 93-pitch, three-hit shutout against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park, as the Milwaukee Brewers poured it on Jeff Samardzija in a 9-0 rout...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Could Kyle Lohse become the next Jeff Suppan?

Kyle Lohse finally found a team.  After waiting almost to the brink of opening day, Lohse signed with the Milwaukee Brewers for 3 years/$33 million. A bit less than what he and agent Scott Boras were hoping for, but at least they got a deal done. However, when I first heard about the signing, I immediately thought back to the Brewers signing of Jeff Suppan.  In case you forgot...
Via Cardinals Fan in Cubs Land
March 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Could the Cardinals lose their draft pick compensation for Kyle Lohse?

When the Cardinals made their qualifying offer to Kyle Lohse, they were counting on two things: (1) that Lohse and greedy agent Scott Boras would like turn it down and (2) as a result they would get a draft pick from the supplemental round (between the first and second rounds of the draft). However, that may no longer be the case. Any team who signs Lohse would lose their first...
Via Cardinals Fan in Cubs Land
March 21, 2013  |  Discuss
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