Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association agreed to enforce rules already on the books (wait, what?) in the hopes of speeding up the game. There will be hemming and hawing from veteran players, but the game does need to move little quicker.
In just his second full season as a major league starter, Wily Peralta turned in one of the best seasons by a young starter in Milwaukee Brewers history in 2014. Now, the 25-year-old is looking to take another step in becoming the franchise's ace of the future.
The Milwaukee Brewers have traded All-Star pitcher Yovani Gallardo to the Texas Rangers for right-handed minor league pitchers Corey Knebel and Marcos Diplan and infielder Luis Sardinas. Gallardo was drafted by the Brewers in second round of the 2004 draft and went 89-64 in eight years in Milwaukee.
Jimmy Nelson got his first extended look with the Milwaukee Brewers as a starting pitcher in 2014, and had his share of ups and downs. The 25-year-old right-hander is looking to build off that and compete for a permanent spot in the rotation in 2015.
The Chicago Cubs have made some of the biggest moves of the offseason with the hiring of Joe Maddon as manager and the signing of free agent pitcher Jon Lester overnight. The Milwaukee Brewers, for now, are playing the waiting game. Is it the right thing to do?
In the end it all felt so familiar for the Milwaukee Brewers. Squaring off against an overmatched San Diego Padres team in the final game of the 2012 season, the Crew powered their way to an early lead only to watch it all slip away due to an underperforming bullpen. Ultimately, game number 162 w...
Yovani Gallardo hit his 3rd Home Run of the season and seventh of his career with a deep shot to left in the 3rd inning against the Astros. This puts him with as many HRs as guys such as Yadier Molina, Bengie Molina, Nate McLouth, and Orlando Cabrera. He is ahead of the likes of Garrett Anderson...