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Brewers release struggling veteran pitcher Wolf


The Milwaukee Brewers, long out of the National League Central Division pennant race, is continuing to clean house and cut payroll.

The lastest on the way out the door is veteran left-hander Randy Wolf.

The crafty Wolf, who can still throw the ball in the 90′s on occasion, had a record of 3-10 with an ERA of 5.69 in 24 starts in 2012. He had lost his last four decisions.

Randy wolf with Brewers (photo by Jninja via wikipedia commons)

The 36-year-old Wolf, has a MLB record of 130 wins, 117 losses, 4.19 ERA, 1,759 strikeouts.

Wolf has played with Philadelphia, the Dodgers twice, San Diego and Houston.

He was an All-Star in 2003.


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


D-Backs’ 2B Hill gets second cycle of the 2012 season

Aaron Hill with Toronto (2009 photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Arizona Diamondbacks second baseman Aaron Hill last week hit for his second cycle of the season against the Milwaukee Brewers.

He became the second major-league player since 1900 to accomplish  the feat twice in the same season.

Hill also singled, doubled, tripled and homered on June 18 against Seattle.

Brooklyn Dodgers player Babe Herman had two cycles in 1931, according to STATS LLC.

Friday night off Brewers starter Randy Wolf, Hill doubled in the first inning for his 1,000th MLB hit; singled in the third; hit a home run in the fourth, his 11th of the year, a two-run balst.

In the sixth inning, Hill completed the cycle with a triple off Livan Hernandez.


Info compiled from MLB & Arizona Diamondbacks

Reds blast Brewers 12-4


Ryan Hanigan (file photo)

The Cincinnati Reds are 3-0 for the first time since 2005 after a sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers.

Catcher Ryan Hanigan went 4 for 4 with two homers and four RBIs as the Reds dominated the Brewers 12-3 in Great American Ballpark.

The 3-game sweep is very surprising because Milwaukee is expected, along with St. Louis to be one of the Reds challengers in the National League Central Division race.

The crowd of 24,805 saw the Reds hit four homers.  To go along with Hanigan’s two, Brandon Phillips and Jonny Gomes also got into the act as Cincinnati produced 19 hits.

Bronson Arroyo (1-0) went seven solid innings despite battling mononeucleosis.

To the fans delight, Aroldis Chapman made his season debut in the ninth inning and retired all three batters he faced. The talented lefty hit 100 mph on his first pitch and topped out at 103.

Brewers left-hander Randy Wolf, usually tough on the Reds, saw his record drop to 0-1 as he was bombed for 10 hits and 6 runs in four innings.