There were just six games on the schedule on Monday. The day started in Milwaukee for the Brewers homer opener
Opening Day wasn’t short on excitement, and I’m not talking about the pre-game festivities.
The Milwaukee Brewers made a huge splash this offseason by acquiring two front line pitchers but injury hit them hard.
The National League West continues to be the most intriguing race in MLB. The division has three teams separated by just one game.
Despite a season of disappointment, the Milwaukee Brewers had something to celebrate on Tuesday night. Trevor Hoffman, MLB’s all-time saves leader, came into the 9th inning against the St. Louis Cardinals with the Brewers clinging to a 4-2 lead and Hoffman sitting on 599 saves.
Aroldis Chapman made his much anticipated MLB debut Tuesday night for the Cincinnati Reds. Chapman was clocked at 103 mph twice in his perfect inning of work.
The big news on Friday was the request by Houston Astros ace Roy Oswalt to be traded.
There were four walk-offs in Major League Baseball on Tuesday. The Cincinnati Reds battled back against Milwaukee Brewers closer Trevor Hoffman to record their 10th victory in their final at-bat.
Rain, snow, and the cold wreaked havoc on baseball throughout the country on Tuesday. Two games were postponed but the others still played.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Jody Gerut hit for the cycle on Saturday night in Arizona against the Diamondbacks. He was making only his fourth start of the season and he made the most of it.
There were two no-hit bids in baseball last night. The first was in Washington as Nationals starter Scott Olsen carried a no-hitter into the eighth inning.