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Brewers Lose to the Cardinals in 2012 MLB Opening Series at Miller Park

It was a beautiful opening Day at Miller Park as the Milwaukee Brewers began their journey down a long road in defense of their Central Division Title with the first obstacle in the road being the rivaled St. Louis Cardinals.  Unfortunately, when all was said and done at the end of the first game of the three-game series, the score was: Cardinals 11, Brewers 3. What can you say? Some times it’s just not your day for a win.  All teams face the same experience. You hate to see the Brewers fall so short on Opening Day, but the game opened with some very memorable notes.   Series’ Memorable Moments   Ryan Braun Although Ryan Braun went 0-for-5 […]

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Brewers' former left fielder Ryan Braun

Ryan Braun Wins Appeal – MLB Officials Upset at Ruling

After the word was leaked that Ryan Braun had tested positive for a substance banned in the Collective Bargaining Agreement’s drug policy, a 50-game suspension seemed all but imminent.  However, Braun appealed the positive test and attended a hearing before a three-man arbitration panel in New York on January 19th and 20th.  Attorney David Cornwell presented Braun’s case against the test result and suspension. Today it was announced by the MLB and the players’ union that Ryan Braun has indeed won his appeal, thereby averting the 50-game suspension.  The decision came just one day before Braun is expected to arrive at the Brewers’ spring training camp in Arizona. Someone familiar with the decision said the appeal went Braun’s […]

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Do or Die For Shaun Marcum in Game 6 of the NLCS

We’ll keep this short and sweet… Shaun Marcum will get the ball for Milwaukee when they face Edwin Jackson and St. Louis in the league championship series Today at Miller Park. With the Brewers trailing 3-2 in the best-of-seven series, today’s game is a “do or die” situation for the Milwaukee Brewers. If the Brewers win, Yovani Gallardo will pitch against Chris Carpenter on Monday night in Game seven of the NLCS.

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Randy Wolf Leads the Brewers to Big Victory in Game 4

The Milwaukee Brewers began game 4 of the NLCS in St. Luis at 1 and 2, and the last two games may have sucked the wind right out of their sails.  However, who would have known that Randy Wolf would be the driving force to attain another victory against the Cardinals? With this win comes the certainty of the Brewers returning back to Miller Park for the final game(s) of the series, and hopefully the World Series?  Can you say: Go Brewers!

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