1. Seth McClung Interview

    Midway through the season last year, Right Field Bleachers started to make efforts to land a Seth McClung interview. It was a bit of a long shot...

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  2. A Milwaukee Bucks Post

    Since basketball is the only thing on, let’s talk Bucks basketball…once… There should be some people eating crow on Jerry Stackhouse. Since his first game after being signed, a move which was much maligned, the Bucks have gone 7-3...

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  3. 10 Things to Look Forward to Before Opening Day

    This week is possibly one of the most boring in sports. There’s no more football, no baseball, no Olympics…just basketball. To get you over the hump, I’m going to try to post something new each day this week and open up some discussions

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  4. Peterson Vows to Keep Pitchers Healthy

    Last week, I wrote about the high expectations new pitching coach Rick Peterson brings with him and the fact that he doesn’t seem interested in tempering those expectations at all. Well, the enthusiasm continues to build...

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  5. Video: Brewers Clinch First Playoff Berth

    There was some video posted today on YouTube from the second to last Brewers game of the regular season in 1981...

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  6. Hart (seemingly) Heading To Arbi's

    Corey wants 4.8 Mil, the Crew wants to give him 4.15 Mil and both sides are at a standstill (according to Adam McCalvy)...

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  7. Melvin Discusses Parra, Edmonds

    Following up on some topics of recent posts here, Brewers GM Doug Melvin discussed expectations for Manny Parra for this season and the Jim Edmonds signing on 540 ESPN Milwaukee yesterday...

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  8. Edmonds a Regular Starter? Please No…

    The Brewers have promised Edmonds everyday starts against righties? OK, I think I hate the Edmonds signing now. Via Tim McKernan’s (InsideSTL...

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  9. ESPN's Law Ranks Prospects for the Brewers

    This is Keith Law’s prospect rankings for the Brewers Organization 1. Brett Lawrie, 2B 2. Alcides Escobar, SS 3. Eric Arnett, RHP 4. Kyle Heckathorn, RHP 5. Jon Lucroy, C 6. Wily Peralta, RHP 7...

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  10. Jim Edmonds? Ehh, Whatever…

    I dismissed the rumor out of St. Louis when travwood81 posted it on Brew Crew Ball this morning. But it’s true...

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  11. Peterson Raising the Bar for Brewers Pitching

    As soon as Rick Peterson agreed to come to Milwaukee, Brewers fans heaped expectations on the pitching coach to vastly improve a staff that was among the worst in all of baseball last year...

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  12. Recap of Braun's Interview With Rome

    Here’s the video: And some of the highlights: “I feel like we’ve made some moves to head in the right direction.” “I’m really looking forward to the season starting...

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  13. A Letter from Ben Sheets' Ugly Swing

    Hi Brewer fans, Well, as you know, me and the Sheeter are heading to M.C. Hammer’s old stomping ground. Big ol’ Ben actually made $10 Million from the Moneyball guys! Yeah, I can’t believe it either...

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  14. Big Ben Finds a Home

    Ben Sheets is an Oakland Athletic. The former Brewers ace signed a one-year deal worth $8 million, according to Danny Knobler of CBSSports.com. Sheets passed a physical and the deal is done...

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  15. Braun is Burning

    Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun will be on Jim Rome is Burning today. The L.A. native will be in studio for the show, which airs at 3:30 Central on ESPN. Love him or hate him, Rome does great interviews so I’m looking forward to seeing it...

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  16. We're Back, Bitches

    Hello RFB readers, Sorry for being so inconsistent lately with the posts. For those that have kept checking the site, thank you. We owe you a little explanation. RFB has gone through a lot of ups and downs since we started up three years ago...

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  17. Manny Parra Predicts Brewers Turnaround

    If the Brewers are successful in 2010, lefty Manny Parra will probably have a lot to do with it. The 27-year-old pitcher seems to have the tools to be a high-end starter, but sputtered to a 6...

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  18. Loading up on Lefties?

    Yahoo Sports reports that Dougie Davis is coming back to Milwaukee for about $4-5 Million. Ladies are already prepping themselves for the return of the “anchor” in Milwaukee...

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  19. The Anti-All-Decade Team

    Ask and you shall receive. Here are the worst players from the past decade. They are divided into four groups: Little Suckers (top prospects who never panned out and did so in epic fashion), ...

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  20. The Milwaukee Brewers All-Decade Team

    Happy Holidays everyone! Since we are on the cusp of a new decade, I decided to put out the Milwaukee Brewers All-Decade team! This was quite an up and down decade for the Crew...

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  21. McClung, DiFelice, and Rivera all gone! Counsell signed

    The Brewers non-tendered RHP Seth McClung (which was a bit of a surprise, but probably means they’re moving Suppan into a long relief role if they can), RHP Mark DiFelice (who won’t ...

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  22. Randy Wolf Reportedly Signs; So does Reliever Hawkins

    The JSOnline poster apparently got it right this weekend…The Brewers reportedly came to an agreement with the 33 year old lefty for 3 year, $29.75 Million with a 10 million option for a 4th year...

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  23. Pre-Winter Meeting Joy Killers

    While waiting for the Badger game, there were two posts that might make Brewers fans a little sad before Winter meetings: First of all, Haudricort believes that the Brewers only has about 12 Million to spend on pitching...

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  24. Zaun a Brewer

    Meet Greg Zaun. He was a backup catcher until he was 33 (so Mike Rivera, he feels your pain) He hits about 8 home runs a year and hits around .250. He struggled for awhile offensively in Toronto but came around last year for the Rays...

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  25. Morning Ramble - 12/4

    There really hasn’t been much to report yet…but here’s some of the updates from the past week: The Brewers are reportedly interested in Greg Zaun. I think he’d make a great addition and has been undervalued almost everywhere...

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