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The injuries just keep mounting for the 2012 Brewers and Sunday's lineup was even stranger than most.
The Brewers four-game sweep of the Dodgers has them primed to make up some ground in the NL Central race during a nine-game homestand beginning tonight.
An 'unknown" pitcher flipped the typical script in sunny LA last night, leading the Brewers to another much-needed victory.
Much has been made of the struggles on offense. Did you know the team was second in HRs and fifth in runs scored in the National League this season?
Manager Ron Roenicke soaked in the accolades of leading his team to the playoffs last year but it may be time for him to shake things up or risk this season falling apart in a hurry.
Aramis Ramirez is up to his old tricks as Brewer Killer and he again looks like he couldn't care less.
Slow start to 2012 has team looking up at the other contenders in the National League...is there any hope left?
Disgustingly embarrassing loss to Jeff Suppan and the San Diego Padres keeps the bad news coming out of the west coast. Closer to home, there's some good news.
Brewers uninspired play Tuesday night has this fan worried.
The Brewers salvaged the last game in St. Louis and head west hoping to make up for their slow beginning.
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Ron Roenicke Needs to Make ...
Aramis Ramirez = Brewer Killer
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TT and McCarthy strike me as very thorough and wise men. ...
Graham Harrell: Why the ...
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