All posts tagged "Milwaukee Brewers"

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    No Bad Analogies Needed for Baseball Economics

    Let me tell you a little story about a friend I have.  This friend is a chef that owns his own restaurant.  Unfortunately he's not a very good chef, and for that reason, his business struggles.  Customers always ask him to improve his product, but he simply replies that those customers need...

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    Brewers Looking Strong in the Short Term

    The Milwaukee Brewers have made two big additions this off-season, trading for starting pitchers Shaun Marcum and Zack Greinke, the latter of which happened yesterday.  The combination of Marcum and Greinke, added to a rotation that already included Yovani Gallardo and Randy Wolf, gives Milwaukee one of the best rotations in the...

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    Know Your Enemy – Milwaukee Brewers

    This is the third in a series of 5 articles that will try to get Pirate fans inside the organizations of the Pirates' NL Central opponents. This article will look at the Milwaukee Brewers, a team that the Pirates get compared to the most (along with the Cincinnati Reds) in terms of...

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    Beer Men Walk to Victory

    The Brewers dominance over the Pirates continued as Ian Snell was unable to get the ball over. He walked five and gave up three doubles in five innings to allow Milwaukee to score five runs. He was pulled after walking the first two hitters in the sixth inning. Jesse Chavez relieved and...

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    Weeks Homer in the 9th Puts Brewers on Top

    The Pirates bullpen faltered in the worst possible way. The bullpen blew a lead of two runs in the 8th only to watch the offense put one on the board in the bottom half. But that skinny margin heading into the 9th wasn't enough as Matt Capps allowed a three run homer to...

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    Gallardo Pitches, Hits Brewers Into Sweep

    It was a Ruthian effort. Yovani Gallardo allowed zero runs and whiffed 11 in seven innings and hit a solo jack for the only run of the game. Ian Snell was the hard luck loser. He matched Gallardo's zeroes through six innings before allowing the solo homer to the opposing pitcher. The...

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    Another Blown Lead, Another Brewer Win

    The Pirates gave Paul Maholm a 5-1 lead to work with. And for a while it looked like it might hold up. Maholm left the bases full of Beer Makers in the third and fourth innings. But the wheels came off in the fifth and sixth. After scoring twice in the fifth,...

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    Long Balls Doom Bucs

    The Pirates took an early lead, fell behind quickly, tied it up late and lost it in regulation. The Bucco offense plated two in the first in support of Jeff Karstens. It might've been more, but Freddy Sanchez was thrown out at home on a single from Adam LaRoche. But, Karstens quickly allowed...

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