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Welcome to the ONLY daily podcast for the Milwaukee Brewers. Listen every day as host Vinny Rottino brings unique insight about everything relating to the Brew Crew through the eyes of an ex-Major League Player and ex-Major League Scout. Vinny will take a look back at the latest Brewer game while also taking a step back to talk about the big picture as the Brewers make another playoff run. He also interviews key figures around the team and brings behind the scenes stories to light. Don't mis ...
 
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Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) takes your questions from twitter to fill today's episode. The Brewers are preparing to welcome in the Nationals for a three-game set to close the homestand, the second-worst team in the NL has had their work cut out for them. The rotation aligns with Lauer, Woodruff, and Peralta for the weekend - and Ashby in there for relief t…
 
The BCCC crew look to recap the past week's games for the Milwaukee Brewers. Week 5 for the brewers included a 6 game road stretch where they travelled to Cincinnati for 3 games against the lowly Reds and over to Miami for another 3 game series against the Marlins as well. They went 3-3 in this stretch, putting their record at 22-13 overall, which …
 
The offense is churning and the pitching is just so-so; it's absolutely what we envisioned for the 2022 Brewers, right? Brewers reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe look at a 3-3 week, including a wild loss in Cincinnati that also featured a cycle from Christian Yelich. (Don't say it, don't say it don't sa --) Is Christian Yelich back? Will t…
 
For the second time in his career, Keston Hiura won a game with a walk-off home run. His two-run blast in the 11th sealed the win and the series for the Brewers over the Braves on Wednesday from American Family Field. The 7-6 final score barely tells the story of the game, the Crew actually accomplished their largest come-from-behind win this seaso…
 
Adrian Houser did not allow an earned run in his third quality start of the year but was saddled with the loss as the Brewers failed to plate a run against the Brave. The righty also tied a season-high with six strikeouts, but a key error in the fifth was the difference in the game. The Brewers failed to figure out spot starter Tucker Davidson - up…
 
Freddy Peralta, Devin Williams, and Josh Hader overwhelmed the Braves in game one of the Brewers' series with the defending champs, leading the way in a 1-0 victory Monday night. Freddy set a new season high with 10 strikeouts and eclipsed 500 K's for his career and he earned his third win of the season. Host Dominic Cotroneo (@Dom_Cotroneo) dove i…
 
The Brewers claimed their only series of the three-city road trip over the weekend by taking two of three from the Marlins. It came down to a rubber game on Sunday to get the job done, but Milwaukee's bats rose to the occasion to take the finale. Kolten Wong played in his 1,000th career game and included a game-tying homer to add to his stat line -…
 
Following an off day in Miami, the Brewers are set to begin a three-game set in South Florida with the Marlins on Friday night. But with no game to recap, let's instead have some fun with a look at this year's Brewers, last year's crew at this point, and around baseball as a whole. How many questions can you answer correctly? It's just for bragging…
 
What's crazier? Pulling off a nine-run comeback in the ninth or having three cycles against the same team? Well the Brewers almost accomplished both in Wednesday's finale in Cincinnati. Christian Yelich went 4-for-5 in his third career cycle - yes, all against the Reds - but the Brewers dropped the contest by a 15-11 final. Despite a poor performan…
 
The Brewers needed all three facets of their team to claim the second game of the series with the Reds on Tuesday night. Freddy Peralta collected 8 strikeouts for a new season-high, Luis Urías and the bottom half of the order provided almost all of the offense, and there were three game-changing plays defensively the Brewers executed perfectly. Dom…
 
There is no reason to overreact to the mini slide the Brewers are currently on - their first three-game losing streak of the season, pitching struggles, and suddenly sloppy defense. Dom explains that these are the ebbs and flows of a season, and we are one month in to a six-month marathon. On a brighter note, Rowdy Tellez continued his hot start as…
 
The BCCC crew look to recap the past week's games for the Milwaukee Brewers. Week 4 for the brewers included a 3 game home series vs the Cincinnati Reds and a 3 game road trip to the defending World Series Champions, the Atlanta Braves. They went 4-2 in this stretch, putting their record at 19-10 overall, which is good enough for 1st in the NL Cent…
 
Rowdy Tellez breaks a record that's been standing since 1970 thanks to an explosive game, part of a monster homestand for the offense. But then Atlanta happened. Is there anything at all to the idea that the Brewers are just beating up on bad teams? Journal Sentinel reporter Curt Hogg and host JR Radcliffe look at a strong week for Christian Yelich…
 
The Brewers dropped their first series since Opening Weekend losing 2-of-3 to the Braves in Atlanta. The defense mysteriously disappeared, Andrew McCutchen is on the COVID IL, and again the Brewers were punishing baseballs and getting nothing out of it. Dominic Cotroneo sits down to answer your mailbag questions about the team and what's to come on…
 
The Brewers set a franchise record with 20 homers over their last six games - thanks to six more homers in the Thursday finale with the Reds winning by a 10-5 final. Adrian Houser was just good enough to earn the win and the bullpen locked down the final four innings. Willy Adames now snatches the team lead again with his second multi-homer game in…
 
Reds pitchers will hear "Rowdy! Rowdy! Rowdy!" chants in their nightmares for the rest of the season after the Brewers' first baseman turned in an all-time performance on Wednesday night. Tellez went 4-for-6 with two homers, a double, and eight RBIs to set a new Milwaukee franchise record for most RBIs in a single game. Rowdy now leads the team wit…
 
The BCCC crew look to recap the past week's games for the Milwaukee Brewers. Week 3 for the brewers included a 1-Game home game vs the San Francisco Giants, a 3 game road trip to Pittsburgh to face the Pirates, and then a 3 game home stand against the rival Chicago Cubs. They went 5-2 in this stretch, putting their record at 15-8 overall, which is …
 
Eno Sarris is The Athletic's analytics writer and also contributes to two podcasts under their umbrella to bring you advanced research and development on pitching in the modern game. Eno has been on the forefront of the development of "Stuff+" within "Pitching+" taking the Pitch FX and Statcast data available to us and unveiling a new way to evalua…
 
New podcast name and new logo! The Brewers offense found its groove -- at least, in three of the week's seven games -- to bounce out of a sluggish start to 2022. But is that enough to say it's turned a corner? Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Curt Hogg and host JR Radcliffe discuss a productive 5-2 week of baseball, including a six-homer game ag…
 
All is well on the Good Land when the Brewers beat the Cubs in a three-game series by a collective tally of 20-4. The weekend featured a power surge with nine home runs against Cubs pitching, to move near the top of the National League leaderboard. The Brewers get to enjoy a home off day, and Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) recaps a fun weekend at AmFam. The B…
 
From the first pitch of the game, to the final hit for the Brewers, it was clear that Thursday was Andrew McCutchen's day. He homered on the first pitch and drove home the go-ahead run as he provided all three RBIs for the Brewers in their 3-2 win over the Pirates. The win completes the sweep for the second straight week over Pittsburgh as the Brew…
 
Aaron Ashby wasn't as sharp as he could be in the Brewers' 3-1 win on Wednesday night, but he still pitching into the sixth inning for the first time in his young Big League career and set a new career-high in strikeouts. With the K's, also came a career-high in walks with five of them. Yet even despite all of the traffic against him, Ashby only yi…
 
Willy Adames tied a Brewers club record with seven RBIs in Milwaukee's 12-8 win over the Pirates on Tuesday night. He clocked two homers to follow-up his game-tying home run in the 8th on Monday night. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) breaks down what went right for Willy and why it clicked into gear for him this week. Also, in full disclosure, Dom wasn't able …
 
The BCCC crew look to recap the past week's games for the Milwaukee Brewers. Being that their last recording took place Tuesday (4/19) evening, they recap game 3 at home against the Pittsburgh Pirates and then the three game road trip at the Philadelphia Phillies. Wed. 4/20: Brewers vs Pirates - 4-2 W W: Woodrruff (2-1) - 6.0 IP, 0 ER, 9 K, 2 BB L:…
 
The first of three disjointed games against the Giants ended on a sour note for the Brew Crew on Monday night in a 4-2 loss. Despite Corbin Burnes delivering another dominant performance, the Brewers offense again failed to rise off the mat - aside from Willy Adames in the 8th. Burnes worked into the 7th inning and collected 11 strikeouts and only …
 
Brewers reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe look back at a big week for the Brewers, though one that still had its share of offensive struggles. Eric Lauer did something that's only been done by a franchise legend, Devin Williams returned with a vengeance, Josh Hader remained unstoppable and Milwaukee stacked up wins against Pittsburgh. But …
 
The Brewers survived a three-game set in Philly by the skin of their teeth with a 1-0 victory on Sunday Night Baseball thanks to the best start of the year by Eric Lauer. It may have been the start of the year in the National League to this point. Lauer tossed six shutout innings with a new career-high 13 strikeouts - tying Teddy Higuera's team rec…
 
The Brewers are off to an 8-5 start this season despite clearly not playing their best baseball yet. Yes, they are on a four-game winning streak, but the team is easily comparable to last season's version as far as production 13 games in. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) calms down the masses as far as concerns about offense, because he explains why this is dej…
 
Brandon Woodruff carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning against the Pirates and earned his second win of the season while the Brewers completed the three-game sweep over the Pirates. The 4-2 victory was propelled by two homers by the Brewers, a three-run shot by Keston Hiura and Rowdy Tellez's second straight game with a round-tripper. Dom (@Dom…
 
Welcome to a new podcast dedicated to the Milwaukee Brewers baseball team and other sports topics! Hosts Greg Van Beck, Jake Rosch, and Mike Mudge introduce themselves and talk a little about the podcast and what they look to bring with every episode. They talk a bit about their friendship, their history in baseball and sports, and their passion fo…
 
Corbin Burnes made his home debut for the 2022 season and was as typically dominant he has been for the last three seasons. He tossed 10 strikeouts over seven strong innings against the Pirates in the Crew's 5-2 win. Better yet, Corbin didn't allow a walk in this start. Hear Dom and Vinny react to another stat that especially surprised them from th…
 
Christian Yelich hit his fourth career grand slam in the Brewers' 6-1 victory over the Pirates on Monday night, and continues to show signs of a rebound season on the horizon. Yelich wasn't the only headline from the night, however, Eric Lauer turned in a quality start to earn his first win of the season. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) and Vinny (@VinnyRottin…
 
It was a bumpy week for the Milwaukee Brewers, albeit one with a 4-3 record. The offense looked an awful lot like last year, and players like Freddy Peralta and Devin Williams hit some speed bumps. What should Brewers fans be concerned about given the early stage of the season? Reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe look at some reassuring perf…
 
The Brewers salvaged the finale of their four-game series with the Cardinals on Easter Sunday with a 6-5 victory. They earned a split with the other favorite in the NL Central. Ten games in and, well, we've learned ... a few things. Dominic Cotroneo (@Dom_Cotroneo) takes you through the stats that are alarming and who is carrying the team currently…
 
42,000+ of our closest friends piled into American Family Field on Thursday to celebrate the Brewers' home opener with the Cardinals - and enjoyed the Crew coming out on top by a 5-1 final. Brandon Woodruff earns his first win of the season going five shutout innings against a potent lineup on the other side. Furthermore, Trevor Gott and Jandel Gus…
 
The Brewers needed all nine innings on Wednesday to secure a series win with the Orioles, but the point is simple: they got it done. Now the home opener awaits at American Family Field as the dreaded Cardinals come to town to open the home slate of the schedule. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) first recaps a thriller from Baltimore which the Brewers escaped wi…
 
The Brewers had to improve their offense this past offseason. And while it hasn't been off to the immediate start that many fans had hoped for, the two newest Brewers had clutch hits in a 5-4 victory over the Orioles. Andrew McCutchen led the team with three RBIs and Hunter Renfroe also added an RBI double in a fun contest to level the series at a …
 
The Brewers dropped game No.4 of the 2022 season by a 2-0 final in Baltimore, falling to a 1-3 record. There is a lot to learn from these first four games, and Dom tries to pinpoint the biggest issues offensively and on the pitching side of things. Albeit still early, let's identify trends that will need to sway the other direction to make sure the…
 
Three games in, and the results are mixed for the Milwaukee Brewers. Reporter Curt Hogg and host JR Radcliffe look at the big home-run moment for Mike Brosseau, saving an otherwise ugly start to the season. Is there anything that can be seriously taken away from the first three games? Does an abbreviated spring training factor into the pitching sta…
 
There were antics, there were homers, and there was a lot of wind. The Milwaukee Brewers started their season in Chicago with the Cubs and dropped two of three games. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) sits down to recap Saturday and Sunday's games. It was very Jekyll and Hyde for the weekend, with the Brewers getting popped for a 9-0 loss and following it up wit…
 
Hey. you can't win'em all right? The Milwaukee Brewers dropped the first game of the season 5-4 to the Chicago Cubs in Thursday's Opening Day tilt. Corbin Burnes went five innings and allowed three runs and did not factor in the decision. There was a key pitch "off" start for the reigning Cy Young winner, so we break things down on Burnes's usage f…
 
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