Monday, July 30, 2007

Brewer News - July 30

Brewers can't hold off Cards in finale (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Brewers lose game, series to Cardinals

Brewers-Cardinals Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Facing unsafe lead levels (Journal-Sentinel)

— Game report: Sunday at a glance (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Road record must improve (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Team at loss to explain road woes (Journal-Sentinel)

— Five-run eighth powers Cards past Brewers (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)
Quick blurbs on player news and performances

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Three-team race may be brewing (PJStar.com)

Brewers lead in division continues to dwindle (Chippewa.com)

— Trade is a blessing for newest Brewer (The Register-Herald)
Seth McClung will make a fresh start in the Brewers system.

— Linebrink deal could play role in hunt for October (Journal-Sentinel)

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Saturday, July 28, 2007

Brewers News - July 28

Brewers break out big lumber vs. Cards (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers offense broke out with 19 hits in last night's game in St. Louis leading the Crew to a 12-2 victory. Claudio Vargas had his longest outing of the year going eight innings.

Brewers-Cardinals Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

Brewers acquire McClung from Rays (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers traded reliever Grant Balfour to the Devil Rays for reliever Seth McClung. McClung will likely head to Triple-A Nashville.

— Offense gives Vargas big boost (Journal-Sentinel)
More on last night's victory over the Cardinals

— Friday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Linebrink ready for fresh start (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Disappointing Balfour traded for minor-leaguer (Journal-Sentinel)

— Notes: Trying to tune out widespread panic (Journal-Sentinel)

— Full count: Split personality (Journal-Sentinel)
Closer Francisco Cordero has pitched much better at Miller Park than on the road this season.

— Vargas shuts down Cards as Brewers' bats pour it on (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)
Quick blurbs on player news and performances

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

Brewing up a contender (Chicago Tribune)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

MadFriars.com Scott Linebrink trade analysis (Scout.com)

— Brewers batter Cards for 19 hits (SportingNews.com)

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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Brewers News - July 26

Brewers fall flat in Cincinnati (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers took the loss to the Reds last night 7-3. Jeff Suppan again struggled, giving up five runs in five innings of work.

Brewers-Reds Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Another breakdown (Journal-Sentinel)
More on last night's loss

— Game Report: Wednesday at a glance (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Milwaukee making moves (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers optioned Tony Gwynn back to Triple-A Nashville after activating Bill Hall from the DL.

Brewers acquire Linebrink from Padres (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewer added a solid bullpen arm in a trade with the Padres.

— Relief comes in trade (Journal-Sentinel)

— Gwynn optioned to Nashville again (Journal-Sentinel)

— Keppinger, Reds rough up Suppan, Brewers (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)
Quick blurbs on player news and performances

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers acquire Linebrink (SI.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Cubs get game on Brewers (Rockford Register Star)

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Brewers News - July 25

Gallardo scatters six hits in win (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers beat the Reds 5-3 last night to even the series at 1-1.

Brewers-Reds Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Gallardo at home on road (Journal-Sentinel)

— Game report: Tuesday at a glance (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Estrada out with hamstring injury (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Estrada slowed by injured hamstring (Journal-Sentinel)

— Gallardo bolsters Brewers in win over Reds (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)
Bill Hall will make his return to the team today after a two-game rehab stint.

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Fielder Leads Brewers Over Reds In Queen City (Whiotv.com)

— Milwaukee prospect suspended (Appleton Post-Crescent)
Brewers minor leaguer Angel Salome was suspended for 50 games after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance.

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Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Brewers News - July 24

Capuano's gem goes for naught in Cincy (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Chris Capuano pitched eight innings and gave up one run, but that wasn't enough as the Brewers fell to the Reds last night in 12 innings.

Brewers-Reds Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— That run down feeling (Journal-Sentinel)
More on last night's loss to the Reds

— Game Report: Monday at a glance (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: All quiet on the trading front (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Coolbaugh lived his dream (Journal-Sentinel)
Former Brewer Mike Coolbaugh passed away Sunday after being struck by a foul ball.

— Brewers are screen gems (Journal-Sentinel)

As NL Central tightens, Brewers focused (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Harang allows 1 run in 10 innings; Reds top Brewers in 12 (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Brewers' Balfour roughed up again (Green Bay Press-Gazette)

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Monday, July 23, 2007

Brewer News - July 23

Offense awakens in Brewers' win (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers avoided the series sweep yesterday beating the Giants 7-5.

Brewers-Giants Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Vargas' arm homemade (Journal-Sentinel)

— Sunday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Yost shakes up lineup (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Notes: Weeks starting to get his groove back (Journal-Sentinel)

Brewers take back spotlight from Bonds (MLB.com)

— There's a method to Yost's madness (Journal-Sentinel)

— Braun, Hart beat Zito, Giants with two-run homers (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

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Friday, July 20, 2007

Brewers News - July 20

Gallardo fills in nicely for Sheets (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Yovani Gallardo pitched six innings giving up no runs and only three hits. The Brewers offense broke out and the Brewers won 10-1.

Brewers-Diamondbacks Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Afternoon delight (Journal-Sentinel)
More on yesterday's victory

— Thursday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

Brewers climb out of offensive funk (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

Braun: Teammates offer inspiration (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Notes: Gross suffering offensive slide (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Hart and Hardy get a day off (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Full count: Rolling rookie (Journal-Sentinel)

— Be nice, Barry, and hit No. 756 somewhere else (Journal-Sentinel)

— Gallardo, Graffanino lead Brewers' pasting of D-backs (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)
Quick blurbs on player news and performances

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers won't treak Bonds differently in Milwaukee (SportingNews.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Dunn 'trade' triggers wisecracks (The Cincinnati Post)
There was a rumor circulating yesterday that Adam Dunn had been traded to the Brewers.

— Milwaukee All-Star is creating his own identity (Contra Costa Times)
Prince Fielder has moved out from behind his father's shadow.

— Gallardo's performance draws comparisions to game's greats (Green Bay Press-Gazette)

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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Brewer News - July 19


Brewers lose a close one, for a change (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers were unable to pull out another close win losing to Diamondbacks 5-2.

Brewers-Diamondbacks Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Missed opportunity (Journal-Sentinel)

— Game report: Wednesday at a glance (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Graffanino starts in left field (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Ned Yost found a spot for Tony Graffanino in last night's starting lineup because of his recent hot streak at the plate, and his hot history versus Doug Davis.

— Capuano's strong start nullified (Journal-Sentinel)
Chris Capuano gave up only two earned runs only after a Kevin Mench mishap in right field.

— Yost gives Graffanino shot in left field (Journal-Sentinel)

— Reynolds' eighth inning blast snaps D-backs losing streak (ESPN.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Diamondbacks-Brewers Preview (Fox Sports)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Brewers News - July 18

— Good and bad news (Journal-Sentinel)
The Brewers win their fourth straight, but learn that Ben Sheets will miss 4-6 weeks.

One is the loveliest number for Brewer (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Each of the last four wins have been by one run.

Brewers-Diamondbacks Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Tuesday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

Sheets sidelined four to six weeks (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Even with having Yovani Gallardo to fill in, this hurts...

— Sheets shelved 4-6 weeks (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Weeks not in Brewers lineup (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Tony Graffanino started in place of Rickie Weeks at second base last night.

— Yost opts to bench slumping Weeks (Journal-Sentinel)

— Full count: Defensive decline (Journal-Sentinel)
The Brewers have slipped to one of the worse defensive teams in the league.

— Graffanino, Hart lift streaking Brewers past D-backs (ESPN.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Diamondbacks-Brewers Preview (Fox Sports)

— Brewers extend D-Backs' road misery (SportingNews.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Brewers can't afford to sit still (Appleton Post-Crescent)

Triple relief (Wisconsin State Journal)

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Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Brewers News - July 17

Brewers win third straight in homer fest (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Dispite giving up three home runs, Dave Bush got the win as the Brewers edged the Diamondbacks 4-3.

Brewers-Diamondbacks Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Playing to his strength (Journal-Sentinel)
More on Dave Bush's performance and the Brewers' victory

— Monday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Sheets' diagnosis confirmed (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
An MRI revealed a slight tear in Ben Sheet's finger.

Sheets to DL; Parra brought up (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Sheets will learn extent of injury (Journal-Sentinel)
Ben Sheets will undergo further testing today on his injured finger.

— Notes: Little concern about replacing Sheets (Journal-Sentinel)
Luckily we have Yovani Gallardo to replace Sheets for a few starts.

Mailbag: Has Crew raised the standard? (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Full count: Hard to double up (Journal-Sentinel)
Corey Hart has only grounded into one double play once this season.

— Hart, Braun homer to power Brew Crew past D-backs (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)
Quick blurbs on player news and performances

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Gallardo, Parra expected to fill void (Wisconsin State Journal)

— Brewers win, keep heat on Central (SportingNews.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

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Monday, July 16, 2007

Brewers News - July 16

Right moves pay off for Brewers (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Ned Yost pushed all the right buttons for the second game in a row as the Brewers edge the Rockies 4-3.

Brewers-Rockies Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Intestinal fortitude (Journal-Sentinel)
More on yesterday's win over the Colorado Rockies

— Game report: Sunday at a glance (Journal-Sentinel)

Soooup-endous outing from Suppan (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Jeff Suppan has quality start, RBI...

Notes: Struggles not getting to Weeks (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— A good start for Suppan (Journal-Sentinel)

— Sheets' finger gets special attention (Journal-Sentinel)
Ben Sheets may miss a start with injured finger.

— Mench drives in one run, scores another to beat Rockies (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Diamondbacks-Brewers Preview (Fox Sports)

— Brewers drop Rockies below .500 (SportingNews.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Manny Parra Brought Up From Nashville (Brewerfan.net)
The Brewers recall LHP Manny Parra from Triple-A to replace Chris Spurling who was placed on the Temporary Inactive / Bereavement List.

— Watch out, Cubs making noise in NL Central (MSNBC.com)

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Brewer News - July 14

Brewers' struggles continue (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Chris Capuano, Carlos Villanueva surrender 5 runs each as the Rockies beat up on the Brewers 10-6.

Brewers-Rockies Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— It's starting to get ugly (Journal-Sentinel)

— Friday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Yost delivers simple message (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Notes: No motivational speeches required (Journal-Sentinel)

— Walks at root of Capuano's problems (Journal-Sentinel)
Chris Capuano began the season 5-0, but since has been far from solid.

— Full count: Homers at the half (Journal-Sentinel)

— Rockies hit two two-run homers in fifth to top Brewers (ESPN.com)

Milwaukee Brewers player news (RotoWorld.com)
Quick blurbs on player news and performances.

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Capuano not on 'endless rope' (Wisconsin State Journal)

— Hall has hazy forecast (Wisconsin State Journal)

— Rockies-Brewers Preview (Fox Sports)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

Brewers' lead continues to fade (Beloit Daily News)

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Friday, July 13, 2007

Brewer News - July 13

Notes: Hall hopeful for a quick recovery (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Bill Hall is recovering faster than expected from his high ankle sprain.

— Hall optimistic about quick return to lineup (Journal-Sentinel)

— Mound of trouble (Journal-Sentinel)
Starting pitchers Chris Capuano and Jeff Suppan hope to get back to winning ways.

Brewers tee up 1982 celebration event (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Pennant race drives ticket sales (Journal-Sentinel)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Rockies-Brewers Preview (Fox Sports)
Brewers begin their second half tonight at Miller Park against the Colorado Rockies.

— Miller Brewing's Chicago billboard was an insult (Small Business Times)
I am very happy someone wrote this letter. It needed to be done. I can promise this gentleman is not the only one who feels this way. Take that billboard down!

— Brewers remain confident dispite shrinking lead (Green Bay Press-Gazette)

— Power's Thursday streak stopped (The Charleston Gazette)
The Brewers' Single-A affiliate West Virginia Power had won seven consecutive Thursday games.

Cubban submits application to buy Cubs (abc13.com)
This would be another great reason to hate the Cubs.

Possible trade confirmation (Shepherd Express)
Blogger making a case for why he believes Ken Griffey Jr. may be headed to the Crew. This would be amazing, but so far everyone possibly involved has denied this rumor.

Brewers grab our attention (Wisconsin State Journal)

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Thursday, July 12, 2007

Brewers News - July 12

Brewers not satisfied with great first half (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The Brewers are geared up for a playoff run.

Brewers midterm report (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— First-rate (Journal-Sentinel)
List of the top 10 victories so far this year

Fielder looking good as first-half MVP (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

Brewers a bright spot in NL Central (MLB.com)
NL Central analysis

— The Drill: To dream the impossible dream (Journal-Sentinel)
Baseball's unreachable records

— Stats 101: Some leverage for the closers (Fox Sports)

Story of second half could be surprise contenders (SportingNews.com)

— Brewers' midterm grades solid, but true test ahead (Oshkosh Northwestern)

— Feel-good Brewers have plenty to prove (Green Bay Press-Gazette)

— Holy Cow! Cubs in World Series (The Arizone Republic)
Their fans just don't give up...

— Stars shine for Rottino, Jaramillo (JT Sports Blog)

— Brew Crew Gives Second Half Intrigue (Forbes.com)

— Cubs And Brewers: Who Ya Got? (AOL.com)

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Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Brewers News - July 11

Mixed results don't get to Crew's stars (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
The All-Star game was reletively uneventful when involving the Brewers four representatives.

— American know-how (Journal-Sentinel)
The AL won their 10th All-Star game in the last 11 year.

— Brewers' stars get their shot (Journal-Sentinel)

— All-Star report: Tuesday at a glance (Journal-Sentinel)

— Second half preview: Beltre improving (Fox Sports)
Article suggests J.J. Hardy may have already peaked this season.

— Estrada eyeing the post season (Visalia Times-Delta)

— Sheets pitches scoreless third in MLB All-Star game (The News Star)

Selig dread: Record dies in Milwaukee (USA Today)

— It's Time for Prince Fielder to forgive Cecil Fielder, his father (American Chronicle)
Apparently, random journalist knows best...

— Sounds manager Kremblas still absent (Tennessean.com)

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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Brewer News - July 10

— Fielder draws lots of praise (Journal-Sentinel)
Prince Fielder has respect around the league for his demeanor and his play.

Fielder ousted in Derby's first round (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Prince was able to put up only three homers in last night's home run derby. Prince will likely at least match that amount when the Brewers head to San Francisco in August.

Brewers' success on display in SF (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— First-round knockout (Journal-Sentinel)

— NL all-stars play for pride (Journal-Sentinel)

— Brewers enjoy popularity jump (Journal-Sentinel)

— Brewers' new diversity could pay off at gate (Journal-Sentinel)

— Here's to hoping for more from the Crew in the second half (Oshkosh Northwestern)

— Brewers' Fielder is proving critics wrong (Green Bay Press-Gazette)

— Despite recent slump, Brewers' start impressive (Journal Times)
The Brewers went into this years all-star break tied for the most wins in the NL.

— Sheets thrilled to be an All-Star again (The Shreveport Times)

Success brings All-Star benefits (Wisconsin State Journal)

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Monday, July 09, 2007

Brewers News - July 9

Series slide continues for Brewers (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Chris Capuano continues to struggle as the Brewers lose game, series to the Nationals.

— Sunday strolls away (Journal-Sentinel)

— Sunday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

All systems go for Fielder in derby (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

Notes: Fielder settles on Derby aide (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
West Virginia Power coach Mike Guerrero will pitch to Prince in the derby.

— Notes: Fielder plans to hit 'em 'high and far' (Journal-Sentinel)

— Who will protect kayakers from Fielder? (Journal-Sentinel)

— Wrapped in a coat of arms (Journal-Sentinel)
Second half pitching help may be only as far as Triple-A Nashville.

— Zimmerman's two-run homer sparks Nats' rally (ESPN.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (SportsLine.com)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

— Hit streak 'fun to watch' (floridatoday.com)
Brewers minor leauger Mat Gamel put together a near record 33-game hit streak.

— First-Half Award Include A-Rod as AL MVP (TheState.com)
Prince Fielder and Ned Yost receive this authors honors.

— Brewers stumble into the break (Green Bay Press Gazette)

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Sunday, July 08, 2007

Brewers News - July 8

Fielder's pair of homers not enough (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)
Prince Fielder homers twice, but not enough as the Brewers lose to the Nationals Saturday night.

Brewers-Nationals Box Score (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Long story cut short (Journal-Sentinel)
Brewers lose dispite four home runs

— Saturday game report (Journal-Sentinel)

Notes: Braun making top rookie case (MilwaukeeBrewers.com)

— Notes: Weeks hard times continue (Journal-Sentinel)

— Full count: Breaking news (Journal-Sentinel)
The 2007 Brewers have the second best first half record in team history.

— Turning the hot corner (Journal-Sentinel)
Ryan Braun has more than met expectations since being called up to the majors.

— Brewers' future looks bright (Journal-Sentinel)

— Back then (Journal-Sentinel)
Weekly log of Milwaukee's championship seasons

— Kearns keys rally as Nats beat first-place Brewers (ESPN.com)

— Brewers-National Preview (Fox Sports)

— Brewers game photos (Yahoo!)

A lot to like as baseball rounds second and heads to third (Yahoo!)

Sunday's streaking starting pitchers (Covers.com)
Chris Capuano is 0-5 in his last seven starts.

— Cautious optimism needed for second half (OnMilwaukee.com)

— The Savvy Infield That Will Make Milwaukee Famous (The Ledger)

Brewers gaining respect (Timesunion.com)

— Brewers' depth will pay off (The Sheboygan Press)

— Brewing up the spotlight (dailypress.com)

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Saturday, July 07, 2007

Brewers News - July 7

— Back on the right track (Journal-Sentinel)
Brewers beat Nationals 6-2

— Ankle sprain lands Hall on 15-day DL (Journal-Sentinel)
Gwynn Jr. called up to replace him on roster

— Notes: Gwynn glad to be back on team (Journal-Sentinel)

— Friday Game Report (Journal-Sentinel)

Braun homers twice in Brewers' win (Brewers.com)
Hart extends hitting streak, Bush posts a quality start

Notes: Gwynn replaces hurting Hall (Brewers.com)
Hall put on DL with high ankle sprain

— Brewers 6, Nationals 2 (Sportsline.com)

Bacsik's first inning too tough for Nats (MLB.com)

— Brewers-Nationals Preview (Fox Sports)

Mike Woods: Brewers should have to ride this storm out (Appleton Post-Crescent)

— Here's what's coming in the second half (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)
Writer says Brewers could be caught by Cubs

— Brewers at Nationals (Miami Herald)

— Saturday Scorecard: A matter of quality (OnMilwaukee.com)

— Bacsik's rough start sets tone in Nat's loss (Washington Post)

— Jeff Blair's first half awards (GlobeAndMail.com)
Prince wins NL MVP in his opinion

— Nix awaits chance for big-league return (NewsOK)
AAA outfielder hoping for shot at Majors again

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Friday, July 06, 2007

Brewers News - July 6

— Adding injury to insult (Journal-Sentinel)
Outfielder hurt in loss to Pirates

— PNC still unfriendly confines (Journal-Sentinel)
Brewers drop three of four in PNC, lose Hall to injury

Sheets, Brewers fall in finale vs. Bucs (Brewers.com)
Milwaukee struggles to find wins in PNC again

Hall suffers sprained ankle (Brewers.com)
Looks like he'll be out for a month or longer

Notes: Braun off to a fast start (Brewers.com)
Rookie third basemen turning heads

— Thursday Game Report (Brewers.com)

— Yost keeps Fielder's break unbroken (Journal-Sentinel)
First baseman gets first full day of rest all season

— Buck sees Central as race between Brewers, Cubs (Journal-Sentinel)
Fox announcer says Cardinals don't have pitching to stay in race, Brewers most talented team

— Brewers' pitch to city's black community paying off (Journal-Sentinel)
Team eager to tap into undeveloped market

— LaRoche, Gorzelanny too much for All-Star Sheets, Brew Crew (Sportsline.com)

— The mid-season review... '82 Brewers style (ESPN Page 2)
Columnist reviews each team using a member of the 1982 Milwaukee Brewers

— MLB Power Rankings (CNNSI.com)
Brewers come in 7th

— Brewers-Nationals Preview (Fox Sports)

Cubs now just 4 1/2 games behind Brewers (nwi.com)

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Thursday, July 05, 2007

Brewers News - July 5

— Snell proves unbearable (Journal-Sentinel)
Milwaukee drops second straight to Pittsburgh

Vargas hurt by homers in loss (Brewers.com)
Brewers fall to Pirates 5-3

Notes: Gallardo adjust to bullpen role (Brewers.com)

— Off day will let Prince cool heels (Journal-Sentinel)
First baseman will not start today's game

— Notes: Brewers falter but Hart still hits (Journal-Sentinel)
Hitting streak at 20 games, fourth best in Brewer history

— Wednesday Game Report (Journal-Sentinel)

— Pirates 5, Brewers 3 (Sportsline.com)

— Brewers-Pirates Preview (Fox Sports)

— The Debriefing: A letter from Bud Selig's Doberman Pinscher (FanHouse)

— There was more to shy, unassuming Aaron than homers (Nashua Telegraph)

— Common visit (Chicago Sun-Times)
Columnist says Cordero hung out with Alfonso Soriano at Chicago nightclub

— Lou-nacy to Lou-phoria (Chicago Sun-Times)
Jay Mariotti says Lou Piniella knew what he was doing all along...

— Dave Parker: Cubs will take division (Herald News)
Chicago columnist says Chicago will come back to catch Brewers

— Chase for home run record puts friends in tough spot (San Jose Mercury News)

Former Brewer hammering AAA after playing in Majors (Helena Independent Record)
Utility player Vinny Rottino playing well in Nashville

— A Snelluva performance lifts Pirates (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

— Cubs hanging around, and that's a positive (Chicago Tribune)
NOT! Time for them to lose a few more...

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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Brewers News - July 4

— Lost in the sun (Journal-Sentinel)
Pittsburgh takes advantage of Brewers' miscues

Take a mulligan: Crew boots game in loss (Brewers.com)
Four errors, sloppy play doom Brewers

Notes: Villanueva stepping up (Brewers.com)

— Gallardo struggles in bullpen debut (Journal-Sentinel)
He allows three earned runs in 2 2/3 innings

— Notes: Villanueva provides relief in bullpen (Journal-Sentinel)

— Tuesday Game Report (Journal-Sentinel)

— Full count: They come in bunches (Journal-Sentinel)

— Video: Born to be a Brewer (Journal-Sentinel)

— Ballpark food also having a first-place season (Journal-Sentinel)

— Ex-Pirates scouting director a key Brewer (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

— Youman gets first win as Bucs take advantage of sloppy Brewers (Sportsline.com)

— From the Bleachers: June 2007 (BrewerFan.net)

— Youman makes a mess of Milwaukee (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

— Brewers-Pirates Preview (Fox Sports)

Brewers' Hardy ill, misses game (Yahoo!)

Then and Now: RC Q&A with Kevin Seitzer (Scout.com)

— Jay Mariotti: A 'Major League' mess (Chicago Sun-Times)
Columnist says Cubs' ownership situation could doom Cubs' playoff run

— MLB Midseason roundtable (411mania.com)
Two of seven pick Brewers to win division, two of seven pick them to win wildcard, four of seven pick Prince as MVP

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Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Brewers News - July 3

— Grand Avenue Maul (Journal-Sentinel)
Damian Miller has 7 RBI, 2 home run night in win

Seventh heaven wins it for Brew (Brewers.com)
Milwaukee scores 7 in 7th inning behind Damian Miller's grand slam

Prince among men: Fielder in derby (Brewers.com)
This will be must-see TV

Sheets named NL pitcher of the month (Brewers.com)
So, doubters, can we call him our ace yet?

Braun named NL rookie of the month (Brewers.com)
Brewers third baseman has been exciting since day he was called up

Notes: Capuano ready to go (Brewers.com)
He'll toe mound for the Crew today

— Notes: Yost gives struggling Weeks a break (Journal-Sentinel)
He'll play again today, however

— Monday Game Report (Journal-Sentinel)

— Full Count: Lucky Seven (Journal-Sentinel)
Miller ties Brewer RBI record

— Fingers' taxes getting in order (Journal-Sentinel)
Former Brewers closer was on delinquent tax list in state

— Kuwata's long nightmare haunts Pirates, 10-3 (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

— Brewers 10, Pirates 3 — How they scored (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Milwaukee 10, Pittsburgh 3 (Yahoo.com)

— Brewin' it right: Brewerfan.net (Bugs & Cranks)

— More than just a home-run hitter (TheEagle.com)
Hammerin' Hank Aaron's home run mark in jeopardy

— Is Miller Brewing Company trashing the home team on enemy turf? (WFRV)

— Baseball America looks at Capellan trade (MLive.com)

— It's the battle of no budge (Chicago Sun Times)
Brewers still reportedly interested in White Sox lefty Mark Buerhle

— Ex-athlete gets five-year sentence in Ponzi scheme (Los Angeles Times)
Cal State Fullerton star was drafted by Brewers in 1980

— Who are these guys (Journal-Sentinel)
"No analyst on the planet thought these guys were going to be this good," Cal Ripken, Jr.

Major League Baseball three months on (OhmyNews.com)

Holy Crap, Damian Miller! (Shepherd Express)

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Monday, July 02, 2007

Brewers News - July 2

Brewers' Fielder to start in All-Star Game (Brewers.com)
Hardy, Cordero and Sheets join him at game.

Brewers' bats stifled in loss (Brewers.com)
They drop the game 5-1 to Cubs

Brewers deal Capellan to Tigers (Brewers.com)
Team gets 23-year-old lefty for reliever

Notes: Trade adds depth to system (Brewers.com)

Notes: Gallardo waiting and seeing (Brewers.com)

— Four cast into national spotlight (Journal-Sentinel)

— Notes: Capellan trade frees up roster space (Journal-Sentinel)
Gallardo to stay, move to bullpen

— Gallery: Fielder's 2007 season in photos (Journal-Sentinel)

— Rosters for the 2007 all-star game (Journal-Sentinel)

— A drop in the bucket (Journal-Sentinel)
Crew isn't sweating loss of first series in last six

— Still work to be done for the Brewers (Journal-Sentinel)

— Cubs creep closer after winning weekend series (Journal-Sentinel)

— Sunday Game Report (Journal-Sentinel)

— Prince's patience pays off (Journal-Sentinel)

— Prince gets the last laugh (Journal-Sentinel)

— Back in the closer's role, Brewers' Cordero revived and thriving (USA Today)

— Brewers report: Inside pitch (Sportsline.com)

— Brewers report: Notes, quotes (Sportsline.com)

— Four Brewers get all-star nod (Sportsline.com)

— Fielder leads Milwaukee's group of four all-stars (ESPN.com)

— Signs still point to Buerhle's exit (Chicago Tribune)
Brewers rumored as interested in lefty starter

— Mike Lucas: The last time four Brewers made the all-star team (Capital Times)

— Until they meet again (Chicago Tribune)
Cubs need help to win NL Central

— All-Star Game features big names, past and present (New Mexico Daily Lobo)

Kaduk: Wrigley party now comes with baseball (Kane County Chronicle)

— A Marquis victory for the Cubs (Chicago Tribune)

— Hey Cubs fans: Relax, there's still plenty of baseball left (Gary Post-Tribune)

— 2 of 3 thanks to Marquis (Chicago Sun-Times)

— Tigers trade for bullpen help (Detroit Free Press)
They get Capellan from Crew

— Cubs play 'really good baseball' in win over Brewers (Rockford Register Star)

— Reds fire manager Narron (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

— Weis sings, but not about QBs (Chicago Sun-Times)
Notre Dame football coach sang "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" at Wrigley on Sunday

Fans' votes show increased attention (MLB.com)

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