Another ninth inning rally falls flat. Box Score The last thing the Milwaukee Brewers need right now is another injury, especially to their starting pitching staff, which has carried the team throughout much of this season.
The club will now enjoy relaxed safety protocols moving forward. Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Major League Baseball has in place a bevy of safety protocols that players and “tier 1 personnel” — including coaches, team staff, and Triple-A players — are required to follow.
Crew Signs LeBlanc, Forsythe, Kelley, and Otero to Minor League Contracts On Monday, the Brewers signed LHP Wade LeBlanc, infielder Logan Forsythe, catcher Christian Kelley, and LHP Andy Otero to minor league contracts.
A rough first inning by Freddy Peralta did them in. Box Score As impressive as Freddy Peralta’s stuff has looked during his four-year Major League career, his command, to this point, has been the thing that has held him back from truly blossoming as a big leaguer.
There’s still over two months until the MLB All-Star Game but if you’ve blinked you’ve already missed the first month of the Brewers season. The first month has already had everything from bat flips to benches clearing to superstar injuries and even the feel of October baseball in April.
A tough night for Eric Lauer and the defense behind him. Box Score Shortly after learning that they would be without their franchise player — again — for the foreseeable future, the Milwaukee Brewers were forced to play a baseball game on Tuesday night against the Philadelphia Phillies.
More lower back problems for the franchise player. After just one game played in his return, the Milwaukee Brewers have placed Christian Yelich back on the Injured List as he continues to struggle with issues relating to his lower back.
Six years ago today, on May 4th, 2015, the Milwaukee Brewers named Craig Counsell the manager of the Brewers. Ron Roenicke‘s team collapsed in 2014 and struggled in the first month of 2015 and the rebuild began.