Milwaukee Brewers In the News (3/3)

Right Field BleachersCorrespondent IMarch 2, 2009


Yesterday’s Game: Padres 4, Brewers 3
Spring Record: 2-3-1


Yesterday’s Game

The Brewers took the loss today against the Padres. Corey Hart stayed red hot going 3-for-3, including a two-run homer. Jeff Suppan struggled in the first inning, giving up three earned runs.

Brewers News

Both Braden Looper (ribcage) and Tony Gwynn Jr. (right shoulder) had exams today. Results aren’t out yet. Gord Ash should be giving details Tuesday.

The Brewers are taking a look at Brad Nelson in the outfield this spring. I like this. Nelson is out of options, and I think he still has the potential to break out. Good luck, sir. No matter what happens, just know that Tyler loves you.

Pitching prospect Cody Scarpetta saw his first “Major League” action in today’s B Game. Scarpetta is on the Brewers 40-man roster because of a rules technicality.

Staying with today’s B game, Chris Narveson looked great today. He threw three no-hit innings.

What do you expect out of Ryan Braun this coming season? See if it compares to what this dude expects.

Here are The Junkball Blues projections for Corey Hart’s 2009 season.

OnMilwaukee gets in on the Brewers fun with a “random” facts list about the ‘09 Brewers. Kinda interesting stuff.

Need a fantasy outlook on this years Brewers? Didn’t think so, but here it is anyway.

Find the latest edition of The Brewer Nation’s Podcast here.

Another blog previews the ‘09 Brewers. Can you tell I’m bored?

Maybe I’m a little (very) crazy, but chicks in Cubs gear is a huge turnoff. Okay…I’d still consider. (slash) Grow up More Hardball…

CZwief asks, “What’s the deal with Mark DiFelice?”

Juan Nieves tops this list of least likely no-hitters.

Minor Leagues

Timber Rattlers tickets go on sale March 14 at 10am. Jump on it!

Not that we haven’t seen enough top prospect links, but check out Project Prospect’s list of the top five Brewers prospects.