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Milwaukee +0.5
Cincinnati -0.5

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Community Picks: Milwaukee 64% vs Cincinnati 36%

Milwaukee and Cincinnati Thread

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Prized Cincinnati Reds prospect Hunter Greene will undergo Tommy John surgery on his pitching elbow, the club announced Monday. Speaking to reporters during his team's 4-3 loss at home to the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday, Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams told reporters Greene "had a setback last week." "He threw to live hitters last Saturday," Williams said. Continue to Article
April 01, 2019 11:44:pm EST
Milwaukee Brewers slugger Christian Yelich became only the sixth player in Major League Baseball history to smash a home run in his team's first four games of the season on Sunday. The 27-year-old US outfielder, last year's National League Most Valuable player, blasted a fastball from St. Louis right-hander Michael Wacha over the right-field wall in the first inning to give the Brewers a 1-0 lead. The other major leaguers to open the season with four homers in as many games were Willie Mays for San Francisco in 1971, Mark McGwire for St. Louis in 1998, Nelson Cruz for Texas in 2011, Chris Davis for Baltimore in 2013 and Trevor Story for Colorado in 2016. Continue to Article
March 31, 2019 3:47:pm EST
Christian Yelich became the first MVP to homer in the first three games of the following season, Josh Hader closed things out with an immaculate inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 on Saturday night. Travis Shaw and Mike Moustakas also homered off Cardinals starter Dakota Hudson, and Brandon Woodruff (1-0) struck out five while pitching five innings of two-run ball. Yelich made a sliding catch in right field in the top of the first inning, then took Hudson deep for a solo shot in his first at-bat. Continue to Article
March 30, 2019 10:51:pm EST
Christian Yelich set a franchise record by homering for the third consecutive game to open the season, and the Milwaukee Brewers held on for a 4-2 win over the visiting St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday night. Travis Shaw and Mike Moustakas also homered for Milwaukee, which has clubbed eight home runs in its first three contests. Yelich, the reigning National League Most Valuable Player, has three homers in his first 10 at-bats. Continue to Article
March 30, 2019 10:32:pm EST
Paul Goldschmidt was hoping to swing for baseball history when Brewers manager Craig Counsell took the bat out of his hands. Goldschmidt hit three home runs and then was intentionally walked in the ninth inning, leaving him one shy of the big league record in St. Louis' 9-5 victory over Milwaukee on Friday night. Cardinals fans in enemy territory cheered as Goldschmidt approached the plate, and booed even louder when Counsell sent Goldschmidt to first. Continue to Article
March 30, 2019 1:36:am EST
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