Get Up, Get Up, Get Outta Here, GOOONE

Folks, it’s been a few weeks since you’ve seen me posting on here and that’s for a good reason because I’ve been very busy working on the site that’s my baby – MadTownBadgers – here on the Bloguin Network and I must apologize for not giving you the kind of coverage that I pride myself […]

The Case For And Against Rickie Weeks

Today we’re introducing a segment we’re calling “Point/Counter-Point” here at The Brewers Bar.  It’s a chance to show you the debates that sometimes only happen behind the scenes.   Up for debate today – Should the Brewers Drop Rickie Weeks in the Lineup? Andy: I don’t even think it’s a question of should they drop him or […]

Series Preview: @ Houston

(photo courtesy Getty Images)  Milwaukee ends it’s strangest road trip in quite some time by heading to Houston to take on the Astros in a two game set.  The Brewers are coming off a split in the Big Apple, losing Monday () and winning last night (8-0).  So, let’s dive in to the deep end […]

Series Preview: Brewers vs. NY Mets

Milwaukee is coming off of a loss, but an overall series victory of the Chicago Cubs at Miller Park and now embark on one of the strangest roadtrips of the season as they play two in New York against the Mets and then two in Houston against the Astros.  Just like the series this preview […]

Brewers Hope 13 Inning Victory Carries Momentum

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.  That pretty much sums up the Brewers 13 inning incredible 8-7 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Friday night/Saturday morning.  It was the type of victory that can really help carry a struggling team into better performances overall.  The victory also continued the […]

Series Preview: Brewers vs. Cubs

I can’t believe we’re saying this, but this weekend’s three game series with the Cubs is a battle to avoid the cellar in the NL Central as the Brewers and Cubs share equal 13-18 records and are 7 games back of the St. Louis Cardinals in the Central division race.  So let’s take a look […]

eCentral Information: Cincinnati Reds Q&A

We’re bringing back out eCentral Information series during the season as we attempt to give you the scoop on what’s going on with all the other teams in the NL Central leading into the series’ we play against them.   Thanks to the fine folks over at Chris Sabo’s Goggles for helping us out in previewing […]

Brewers Lose Game, But May Have Also Lost Gonzalez too

The Brewers entered today’s game looking for a little momentum, instead they ended up losing both on the scoreboard and in terms of players.  San Francisco used a three run 6th inning to beat Milwaukee 5-2.  That was the only loss the Brewers suffered either. Early in the game the Brewers suffered yet another injury […]

Breaking Down Brewers Pitching: What Gives?

Being a Brewers fan this season is becoming an exercise in extreme patience to say the least.  On days when the bats come alive it seems we can’t get the pitching to help out.  On days when the pitching has been awesome we can’t hit to save our lives.   So it got me to […]

On the Farm: No Hitter for Wisconsin!

We’re back on the farm tonight and happy to be back as the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers did a good thing today.  Not only did they manage to beat the Clinton LumberKings, but they threw a combined no-hitter. Chad Thompson and Mark Williams combined for the 5-0 no-hitter victory that pushed the T-Rats record to 17-11 […]

Brewers Outwit, Outlast Giants in 6-4 Victory

(photo courtesy of Brian Kersey/Getty Images) Coming off of an 18 inning shut out streak to end the Padres series and facing Tim Lincecum minus Ryan Braun you’d be forgiven if you gave up hope on tonight’s game.  However, Lincecum was sporadic at best early on and allowed the Brewers to get off to a […]

Suppan Sinks Brewers in Padres 5-0 Victory

When we all heard the word that Jeff Suppan was making the start against the Brewers today most thought this could be a chance for the bats to come alive.  Boy were they wrong as Suppan mastered the Milwaukee lineup in route to a 2nd straight shutout of the Brewers, winning 5-0.   More worriesome […]

Marcum’s Great Outing Spoiled in 2-0 Loss to the Padres

If you were to tell me that Shaun Marcum would throw 7 innings of scoreless baseball, I’d assume the Brewers would win that game, but that wasn’t to be the case on Tuesday night as the San Diego Padres blanked Milwaukee for a 2-0 win.  The loss drops the Brewers record 11-13 on the year. […]

Braun’s Career Night Lifts Brewers to 8-3 Victory

Sometimes it pays to be a night owl and if you were one of those that witnessed the series opener with San Diego it turned out to be a game you won’t soon forget.  Ryan Braun had a career night at the plate, going 4-5 while hitting 3 home runs, putting up 6 RBI’s, and […]