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MATT GARZA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Garza's stuff recovers for quality outing

While his teammates were trying to figure out R.A. Dickey's knuckleball in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Braves at SunTrust Park, Brewers right-hander Matt Garza did everything he could to keep Milwaukee in the game after Brandon Phillips' two-run homer in the third broke a 1-1 tie.
Via Brewers.com
4 days ago

Garza looks to stay rolling on road vs. Braves

Pitching on the road hasn't been a problem for the Brewers' Matt Garza this season. The right-hander will face the Braves for the second time this season Saturday night at SunTrust Park. R.A. Dickey is slated for Atlanta.
Via Brewers.com
5 days ago

What Should the Brewers do with Matt Garza?

Coming into this season, I had low expectations for Matt Garza.  He began the year on the disabled list so we already knew that he wasn’t completely healthy, and he was coming off of two horrendous seasons.  In 2015, Garza threw 148.7 and posted a DRA of 6.18, which was good enough for a whopping -2.0 WARP.  Last year, he improved slightly and posted a -0.5 WARP in 101.7 innings...
Via BP Milwaukee
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Garza using spring training to work on off-speed pitches

PHOENIX -- Matt Garza stuck with the game plan Thursday, which meant the Brewers right-hander fed the Arizona Diamondbacks a steady diet of offspeed pitches. It was a practice in patience for the fiery starter. Garza allowed four runs on five hits, including a homer, over 3 1/3 innings in Milwaukee's 8-5 win. Not his most flattering line. "It's frustrating because I want the results...
Via Associated Press
March 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Matt Garza rips Jessica Chastain over birth control tweet

Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Matt Garza decided to share some of his thoughts about birth control on social media, and he did it by unloading on an actress who had just done the same. Jessica Chastain, who is known for her roles in popular films like “The Martian” and “Zero Dark Thirty,” tweeted on Thursday about birth control no longer needing to be covered by health insurance...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 13, 2017  |  Discuss

Matt Garza Has Started Getting Grounders

The continued presence of Matt Garza in the Brewers rotation seems to defy explanation. The club needs to pay him this year and next, but they have no playing-time obligation. He clearly has no trade value at this point — his ERA and DRA sit at 5.03 and 5.36, respectively — so why continue to start him when Josh Hader, Brent Suter, and a host of others sit in the minors? Shouldn’t...
Via BP Milwaukee
August 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Analyzing Garza’s Future with the Brewers

When Matt Garza signed with the Brewers before the 2014 season, the Brewers had to have been hoping that he would be a veteran anchor for a young and developing group of starting pitchers. Both Wily Peralta and Jimmy Nelson were already in the rotation, and Taylor Jungmann would join them the next year. In an ideal world, Garza would be providing solid, approximately league-average...
Via BP Milwaukee
August 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Will Matt Garza Pitch His Way Out?

Matt Garza pitched like a man on a mission Sunday against the Dodgers, his second time out since returning from the disabled list from the lat strain that sidelined him to open the season. Garza pounded the strike zone, induced eight ground ball outs and needed just 70 pitches to get through six shutout innings. Garza was electric and efficient — basically the opposite of the Garza...
Via BP Milwaukee
June 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Matt Garza Poised For Bounce-Back Year

The Milwaukee Brewers are amidst a rebuild, and muddled in for the long haul are a cast of a few veterans including 32-year-old starter Matt Garza. Garza has two guaranteed years left on his four-year, $50 million deal that includes a vesting option for the 2018 season. Garza is coming off what is no doubt the worst season of his career, so brutal that he was forced to take the...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
March 14, 2016  |  Discuss

Matt Garza blasts Brewers, refuses to move to bullpen

The Milwaukee Brewers recently decided to remove Matt Garza from their starting rotation for the remainder of the season, and the veteran right-hander is furious about it. After Garza allowed four earned runs and seven hits in just 4 2/3 innings of work on Saturday (a no-decision that the Brewers won 8-6), manager Craig Counsell revealed that the start would be the 31-year-old...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 07, 2015  |  Discuss
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