Tag Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

Brewers’ 8th Inning Ideas To Replace Devin Williams | Tapping The Keg Podcast

This week’s Tapping The Keg podcast features Charlie and Mitch talking about Devin Williams’ drunk injury. Where do the Brewers go from here in the 8th inning? They break down all the different options to replace Devin Williams. The boys also look back at breaking

Be Dumber Devin Williams, You Can’t.

As some might know, I have a day job. That’s why I cannot create content throughout the day. As much as I would like to, that’s just not in the cards right now. I had a meeting around 3:30p where my phone wasn’t on me.

It’s Eric Sogard’s World & We’re Just Living In It.

Eric Sogard is one of the major stories of Milwaukee Brewers this season. He played for Oakland Athletics at a decent level. I wouldn’t call it stellar by any means, but he played okay there. Sogard ripped up his knee and took a year off

PODCAST: Blackout, Stumbling Drunk NBA

NBA is currently very drunk. They are the kind of drunk where you tell your buddy that he or she should go home because they’re doing something dumb. And you casually buy them an Uber just so they’ll leave the bar. That’s the NBA right

Keon Broxton Crushes Longest HR At Busch Stadium

Milwaukee Brewers are enjoying themselves at Busch Stadium this season. Unlike the last few years, Brewers are suddenly owning Cardinals at their own ballpark. They have won five of their six games at Cardinals home ball park. Keon Broxton started the scoring on Thursday night

BrewCap: Brewers Bats Save The Split

Milwaukee Brewers had their first doubleheader of the season taking on St. Louis Cardinals. Milwaukee came off a tough two games against Arizona, and if they were to lose both games, Brewers would have been .500, their lowest mark in quite some time. Thankfully, they

What To Expect From Hader and Brinson?

All of the sudden, Milwaukee Brewers’ youth movement began in Arizona. Josh Hader came up on Friday afternoon as the team sent down Paolo Espino. David Sterns said he would work exclusively out of the bullpen. The next day, Jonathan Villar went on the disabled

Bob Brenly’s Comment Towards Villar Was Pathetic

Milwaukee Brewers took care of business against Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday night with an 8-6 game. Milwaukee kept fighting off the high-powered D’Backs offense all game long. Jonathan Villar made one of the best plays of the night by diving towards first base to save

Brewers Bullpen Continues To Be A Nightmare

In 2012, people forget that Brewers actually had a good team. Prince Fielder had left for Detroit. But Brewers had a strong season from Ryan Braun, an emerging Jonathan Lucroy, Yovani Gallardo pitched great all season, and team got a strong half year from Zack

Josh Hader Won’t Be Coming To Save The Bullpen

Josh Hader is arguably Milwaukee Brewers best prospect. He’s their best pitching prospect. Hader started throwing in the bullpen for Colorado Springs in the last couple of weeks, and some lost their shit thinking he would become a left-handed reliever for Milwaukee Brewers. But as