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Former Reds catcher Yasmani Grandal knocks in eight runs leading Dodgers to 14-4 romp over the Brewers

Yasmani Grandal had a career-night against the Brewers (2015 photo by Spanneraol via wikipedia commons)

Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal had a career-high eight runs on two home runs and reaching base six times in leading LA over the hapless Milwaukee Brewers 14-4 at Miller Park on Thursday.

The Cuban-born Grandal, a switch-hitter, knocked in two runs in the sixth inning. He belted a three-run homer in the eighth and another three-run blast in the ninth inning.

On December 18, 2014, he was traded to the Dodgers in the Matt Kemp trade with the San Diego Padres.

Milwaukee Brewers give Uecker a statue outside Miller Park


Bob Uecker (Brewers photo)

Milwaukee Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker was never a great baseball player by any stretch of the imagination. But he is very popular with Brewers fans and baseball fans in general.

For that reason, the Brewers management unveiled a statue on Friday outside of Miller Park of the 77 year old icon.

The 7-foot bronze statue feature Uecker smiling with his hands in his pockets.

Uecker, who grew up in Milwaukee, affectionately dubbed “Mr. Baseball” by Tonight Show host Johnny Carson in the 1970′s, joins Hall of Famers Hank Aaron, Robin Yount and Former Brewers owner and current MLB Commissioner Bud Selig as the fourth person to have a statue outside the main gates of Miller Park.

The 90-minute ceremony included members of  Uecker’s 80′s hit television show “Mr. Belvedere”, which ran for 117 episodes from 1980 to 1985. Other attending was former Milwaukee Braves teammate Joe Torre and former Brewers star reliever Rollie Fingers.

A righty all the way, Uecker’s claim to fame is that he hit a home run off of Hall of Fame lefty Sandy Koufax. His career totals include a .200 batting average with 14 homers, 74 RBI’s while playing for the Milwaukee Braves, St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia and Atlanta. He won a World Series championship in 1964 with the Cardinals and was awarded the Ford C. Frick Award in 2003 which puts him in the broadcast wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame.


Info compiled from Milwaukee Brewers, MLB, Radio & TV news

Milwaukee LF Braun named National League Player of the Week


Ryan Braun (file photo)

Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun has been selected as the National League Player of the Week for the period ending April 24th.

In six games last week, Braun batted .480 (12-for-25), was tied for first in the Majors with nine RBI’s and was tied for first in the National League with three home runs. The righty slugger’s 12 hits and 21 total bases were tops among NL hitters.

The three-time N.L. All-Star also placed second in the N.L. with an .840 slugging percentage and nine runs scored while his .533 on-base percentage ranked fifth. The 2007 N.L. Rookie of the Year has reached base safely in 21-consecutive games to start the season, the second- longest such streak in franchise history behind Robin Yount’s 23 games in 1983. On Monday, April 18th, Braun went 3-for-4 and collected two RBI’s, including the game-winning sacrifice fly in the top of the 12th inning to help the Brewers win 6-3 at Philadelphia.

The product of the University of Miami Hurricanes baseball program belted a home run off of Phillies ace Roy Halladay on Tuesday, April 19th, as the Brewers won 9-0. Braun had his second three-hit game of the week on Friday, April 22nd, hitting a homer and driving home three runs as Milwaukee dumped the Houston Astros 14-7 in Miller Park.

The California native is currently tied for the Major League lead with seven home runs and 21 runs scored, and is tied for fourth with a .377 batting average and 18 runs batted in. This is his third career player of the week honor. The others were on 5/11/2009 and 8/8/2010.


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Reds beat Brewers 5-2; division lead at 7, magic number falls to 6

Cincinnati upped their lead in the NL Central to seven games over the St. Louis Cardinals, who lost to the Florida Marlins on Monday afternoon. The Reds magic number for clinching their first Central title since 1995 is six.

Joey Votto and Scott Rolen homered on back-to-back pitches in the eighth inning to break open a tie-game and lead the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers Monday night in Miller Park.

The Reds are 8-1 vs. Milwaukee this season.

Nick Masset (MLB)

Reds right-handed setup man Nick Masset (4-4) pitche 1 1/3 scoreless innings to get the win for the Reds.

Cincinnati closer Francisco Cordero pitched a perfect ninth for his 37th save in 45 chances.

Joey Votto is batting .457 with 12 RBI’s against Milwaukee and Rolen is batting .480 against the Brewers with 11 RBI’s.

The score was tied 2-2 in the top of the eighth inning when Orlando Cabrera, singled with one out. Votto followed with a towering homer over the left-center field Goodwill sign.

Rolen followed Votto on the next pitch from Kameron Loe (3-5), hitting his 20th home run of the season.

compiled from staff & Cincinnati Reds news

Brewers honor former owner, Bud Selig

Commissioner Bud Selig, former owner of the Milwaukee Brewers franchise, was honored Tuesday August 24 with a bronze statue at Miller Park. The new statue is the third representing the ball club at Miller Park. Hank Aaron and Robin Yount were honored in years past.

The statue is over seven feet in height. The architect for Selig’s statue is Brian Maughan and Douglas Kwart, who also designed the statues of Aaron and Yount.

Bud Selig statue (Brewers photo)

Commisioner Bud Selig (MLB)

Selig bought the failing Seattle Pilots franchise in 1970 and moved it to his native Milwaukee.

The Brewers won seven “Organization of the Year” awards during the tenure of Selig as owner of the Brewers.

compiled from staff, Milwaukee Brewers & baseball news

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