Milwaukee Brewers

Sunday, 27 February 2011

Milwaukee Brewers
Brewers trade for ace pitcher

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Brewers are going all in for 2011, acquiring former Cy Young winner Zack Greinke in a trade with the Kansas City Royals.

The Royals announced Sunday that they acquired shortstop Alcides Escobar, outfielder Lorenzo Cain and right-handed pitching prospects Jake Odorizzi and Jeremy Jeffress from the Brewers in exchange for Greinke, shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt and cash considerations. ( Read Milwaukee Brewers more... )

The Milwaukee Brewers Are Zack Greinke’s Best Option Long Term

With a set starting rotation, bullpen, and starting lineup, the Milwaukee Brewers’ 2011 Spring Training should be relatively quiet on the position controversy front. So naturally, when the Brewers’ biggest offseason acquisition expresses unorthodox honesty in his first camp interview, fans start talking.

By Jake McCormick ( Read Milwaukee Brewers more... )

Milwaukee Brewers prepared for the best spring training ever

Spring training has begun for the Milwaukee Brewers and excitement has reached an all-time high. With the trades for Yuniesky Betancourt and Shaun Marcum; the team, fans, management and everyone in Wisconsin has expectations through the roof.

It might sound crazy to say, but this might just be the most important spring training of our lives. ( Read Milwaukee Brewers more... )

Brewers' Braun embracing manager's plans

PHOENIX (AP) - Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun finished last season with a flourish after a trying year in which the young star admitted baseball stopped being fun.

But Braun says the vibe around camp is completely different under new manager Ron Roenicke (REN'-ah-key). Roenicke made it a point to sit down to dinner with Braun in the offseason to get to know one of the team's biggest characters. ( Read Milwaukee Brewers more... )

Brewers News: Braun says accepts responsibility of leadership

PHOENIX - Brewers’ left fielder Ryan Braun says he’ll accept new manager Ron Roenicke’s request that he be a team spokesman and leader. He says he appreciates the manager’s trust – and he says he’d rather lead by example than talk about what the Brewers might do as they go for the playoffs for the second time in four years. ( Read Milwaukee Brewers more... )

Brewers' Prince taking walk on the wild side

PHOENIX -- Prince Fielder stayed behind after a recent Milwaukee Brewers spring workout to film a television spot parodying the way opponents pitch around him.

In real life, that situation was not a laughing matter early last season.

After the slugging first baseman pounded 46 home runs and tied for the major-league lead with 141 runs batted in during the 2009 season, opponents decided to avoid throwing strikes to him whenever possible. That had been the basic approach throughout Fielder's career, and it didn't help his cause that he stood alone as the Brewers' left-handed power source. ( Read Milwaukee Brewers more... )

Brewers | Zack Greinke doesn't like wasting energy

Milwaukee Brewers SP Zack Greinke, who has a social anxiety disorder, said that he doesn't like to talk to reporters or waste time talking nonsense with teammates because it causes him to spend too much energy, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Tom Haudricourt. ( Read Milwaukee Brewers more... )

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