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BrewCap: Davies Mows Down Dodgers

Milwaukee Brewers should be on a five-game winning streak. We should be talking about how this team dismantled one of the best teams in baseball. But instead, Brewers won one of three getting at least a game versus Los Angeles with a 3-0 victory this

PODCAST: Base-Brawl & Finals Trilogy

I’m not kidding you when I say this one of the best podcasts we’ve done in 2017. Please share with your friends who might enjoy two guys shooting the breeze about the sports topics of the week. Our main focus on today’s show features talking

BrewCap: Offense Doesn’t Come To New York

Milwaukee Brewers won two straight over the weekend before heading into a short road trip to New York City. They were relatively hot with 15 runs in the last two games, and the pitching staff looked tough as nails with Chase Anderson and Jimmy Nelson

BrewCap: Robbie Ray Silences Brewers Bats

If you don’t know, I’m an avid DFS player. Love it. It’s one of my favorite things to do even if there are times where it drives me crazy. Case in point, I avoided Robbie Ray of the Arizona Diamondbacks because I’ve seen what Brewers

BrewCap: Cubs Bats Bash Brewers In Blowout

This kind of felt inevitable, didn’t it? Brewers’ brass runs their mouth about Chicago Cubs, and they follow it up by getting their asses kicked. It didn’t motivate Cubs, but it’s just something that tends to happen on occasion. Jake Arrieta struggled all May, but

Eric Thames Enjoyed WWE NXT Takeover With Kevin Owens

While Milwaukee Brewers did not play on Saturday afternoon, the team enjoyed a night in Chicago. Most specifically, Eric Thames, who hung ringside at WWE NXT Takeover with WWE superstar Kevin Owens. I’m a former pro wrestling fan. I’ve had a torrid affair throughout the

BrewCap: First Place Brewers Sounds Great

Milwaukee Brewers fans probably didn’t think the term ‘first place’ would be something they hear this season. Chicago Cubs were fresh off a World Series, and everyone thought they would run it back for another trip. But Brewers started off with a .500 April and

BrewCap: Broxton’s Revival Helps Beat Boston

In the beginning of May, many people questioned how long Keon Broxton could remain a starter on http://tappingthekegsports.com/?p=4510&preview=trueBrewers. He struggled in April and didn’t show much signs of improvement. But on the road trip his swing came back to life to be the dangerous hitter

BrewCap: Garza’s Good Start Foiled By Quiet Bats

This feels weird writing but Matt Garza is coming around in the last two starts. Garza is starting to pitch at his best with getting a ton of groundballs and limiting damage. Further, he is striking out batters at a higher clip and finding ways

BrewCap: Cards Win Pitcher’s Duel in St. Louis

Milwaukee Brewers usually don’t win two straight versus St. Louis Cardinals. Like a cat with a mouse, they sometimes like the mouse get away for a little bit then put their big-ass paw down. That’s what Cardinals did last night as Carlos Martinez outduels Wily