Milwaukee Brewers: In the News (May 21)

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Milwaukee Brewers: In the News (May 21)
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Wednesday’s Game: Astros 6, Brewers 4
Record: 25-15, First Place

 

Wednesday’s Game

- Yovani Gallardo did not have it on Wednesday night. He gave up six runs in 5+ innings.

- The Brewers could not score on Wandy Rodriguez. Rodriguez gave up six hits, but the Brewers only tallied one run on him—a Mike Cameron home run (his 249th).

- The Brewers scored three in the ninth and brought the tying run to the plate twice in that inning, but they fell short in the end.

- The seven-game winning streak came to an end.

- Cecil Cooper and the Astros screwed up the roster they submitted before the game.


Brewers News

- Miller Park Drunk has some hilarious Brewer flow charts.

- Prince Fielder has a theme song. (Hat Tip: Sports Bubbler)

- Yovani Gallardo interview:

- Rickie Weeks underwent surgery on his wrist. The surgery went well, but Weeks is gone for the year.

- So, Sports Illustrated, is Braun good or horrible at defense?

- J.J. Hardy is turning it on.

- Brian Anderson interviews Mark DiFelice.

- Reliever David Riske continues to make progress toward returning to the Brewers roster.

- Dan Needles applauds the Brewers decision to sign Trevor Hoffman.

- The Cardinals announcers don’t think the Brewers need any more power.

- BrewerFan.net interviews Brooks Kieschnick.

- i94 Sports says the difference between the Brewers and the Cubs right now is the Brewers bullpen.

- Dave Bush is approaching the Brewers franchise record for hitting batters. (Hat Tip: Brew Crew Ball)


Minor Leagues

- Frank Catalonotto is on his way to Huntsville.

- Cole Gillespie gets some hometown love.


NL Central

- Astros players are anonymously not happy with Cooper as manager.

- Want to own a piece of the Cubs? Pony up.


Other News

- A Mets fan got caught in a toilet at their stadium. No joke.

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