Matt Garza turns into googly-eyed madman after giving up home run (GIF)

Matt Garza had otherwise pitched a great game heading into the sixth inning in the Milwaukee Brewers’ game against the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday. He had only surrendered one run on a solo shot by Jhonny Peralta in the second inning. But things unraveled a bit in the sixth when Jon Jay cleared the […] The post Matt Garza turns into googly-eyed madman after giving up home run...
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Brewers’ Matt Garza Nearly Loses It On Mound After Home Run (GIF)

Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Matt Garza is an excitable individual, known for being a bit fiery a times on the mound. Monday was one of those times. The Brewers were trailing the St. Louis Cardinals 1-0 when Garza surrendered a three-run, sixth-inning home run to Jon Jay, icing what ended up being a 4-0 Cardinals win. To say Garza was mad at himself over the homer would be an understatement...
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Matt Garza goes crazy-eyed after giving up home run (GIF)

Brewers pitcher Matt Garza launched into a moment of primal scream therapy after allowing a three-run home run against the Cardinals Monday night.The Cardinals held a narrow 1-0 lead when Garza allowed the dinger — setting off the heavy breathing and crazy eyes.The Cardinals went on to win 4-0.Thank goodness he kept it  G-rated for the kids by covering his mouth with his glove.
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Matt Garza Turns Into Very Angry, Crazy Man After Allowing Home Run

Things are going pretty well for the Milwaukee Brewers these days, riding a nine-game winning streak and MLB-best 10-2 record into Monday. But you wouldn’t have known that by the reaction of Matt Garza, after the Brewers’ pitcher allowed a three-run homer to the St. Louis Cardinals’ Jon Jay in the seventh inning of Monday night’s game at Miller Park: Now, every game against...
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Brewers' 9-game winning streak snapped by rival Cardinals

MILWAUKEE -- The top of the sixth inning looked like one of those frames the Milwaukee Brewers have had a few times on their nine-game winning streak. A couple of clutch defensive plays gave Matt Garza and the Brewers a way out of an inning that could have easily turned ugly, but this time one swing of the bat prevented the momentum-shifting sequence from going their way. Jon Jay...
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The Milwaukee Brewers are for real

A nine game winning streak. A 10-2 overall record. The best pitching ERA in baseball. The fifth-best team batting average in the league. Oh yes, the Milwaukee Brewers are red hot. Kyle Lohse is the latest Brewer to exercise pitching dominance, coming within an out of a complete game on Sunday. The 10-2 record the Brewers currently hold is the best in baseball, and the second best...
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Milwaukee Brewers Thriving In Dog Days of April

Easter may still be a week away, but on a stormy weekend outside of Miller Park it felt like April of 1987. With a 10-2 record the Milwaukee Brewers are off to their second-best start in franchise history, and have the best record in baseball. What is impressive is that they have done it with a difficult early schedule. The team went 6-0 on a road trip through Boston and Philadelphia...
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Brewers bullpen dominant to start season

MILWAUKEE -- In what is an unpredictable game, the most incalculable aspect of baseball might just be the bullpen. A team needs a good one in order to contend for the postseason, but finding the right mix can prove challenging. The Milwaukee Brewers don't need to be told that. They watched in 2012 as their bullpen had the highest ERA in baseball and was one of the major factors...
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Milwaukee Brewers Looking Like a Contender

Overreacting is fun. Overanalyzing is also fun. With that said, the baseball season is ridiculously long, but the Milwaukee Brewers are looking like an early contender in the National League.  Fresh off a series sweep against the Pittsburg Pirates, the Brew Crew have won 9 games in a row and currently hold a 10-2 record. Perhaps the most impressive part of their hot start is that...

Cards hope bats continuing picking up potency during trip to Milwaukee

Just one win shy of their longest winning streak in nearly 11 years, the Milwaukee Brewers continue to rely on strong pitching as they add to their best start since 1987. Whether they can keep rolling against the St. Louis Cardinals -- who have dominated them in recent years -- remains to be seen. Milwaukee seeks a 10th straight victory Monday night as it hosts St. Louis. The Brewers...
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The Brewers Bar Weekly Hangover 4/13/14 ☆

Each Sunday evening we will review our favorite and least favorite events of the previous week, and share our perspective on how the team is doing.  Please enjoy responsibly. Cheers! (Best event/news of the week) Kyle Lohse Picks Up the Tab: Obviously, the Brewers’ long winning streak was the main story on the field last week.  This off-the-field story might have flown under...
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Baby Brewers Fan Is Shocked At Team’s Hot Start

The Brewers improved to 10-2 on Sunday and their fans aren’t feeling the excitement of a hot start to the season. Maybe none more so than this baby, who just couldn’t control his emotion. Or his jaw. [Cut Four] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Brewers picked up tab for Boston firefighters after funeral

Following their sweep of the Boston Red Sox last weekend, the Milwaukee Brewers spread their high spirits by picking up the tab for two Milwaukee firefighters’ steak dinners at a Boston restaurant. Andrew Wilke and Ryan Venne, the Milwaukee firemen, had traveled to Boston for a mournful occasion; to attend the funerals of fallen firefighters Lt. Edward Walsh Jr. and Michael Kennedy...
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Brewers call up reliever Rob Wooten

MILWAUKEE -- Though he was disappointed to be the last one cut from the Milwaukee Brewers' bullpen, Rob Wooten knew moping about it was only going to keep him in Triple-A even longer. So the right-hander went to Nashville and retired all nine batters he faced and picked up three saves in three outings. That made the Brewers' decision to bring Wooten up an easy one after Brandon...
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Milwaukee Brewers starting to turn heads

Less than two weeks into baseball’s regular season, judging a team’s true potential to make a run at the postseason is almost impossible, but after winning seven of their first nine games to start 2014, the Milwaukee Brewers have become hard to ignore. In one of the league’s toughest divisions, the Brewers finished 23 games out of first with a disappointing 74-88 record in...
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