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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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Monday hit the Brewers harder than they hit the Dodgers as they fell 4-0 at American Family Field in the first game of the series with the MLB-leading Dodgers. They could only muster four hits in an abysmal display at the plate with runners in scoring position in the defeat. It just shows the razor's edge when playing truly elite teams like the Dod…
 
Thanks to some high-wire acts, the Brewers were able to win half their games last week, but Milwaukee also couldn't pick up ground in the National League Central. Host JR Radcliffe and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Curt Hogg look at what, if anything, can be done to jumpstart the offense after a rough week. A check-in with a struggling Christ…
 
Coming out of the All-Star break, the Brewers got hot and really started creating momentum for their team and their post-season push. The team was looking loose and really enjoying themselves, fans were getting energize, and we were seeing areas of weakness [offense] start to turn it around. The Brewers were scoring more runs than almost any other …
 
Albert Pujols had himself an afternoon on Sunday, launching two no-doubters off Aaron Ashby and Taylor Rogers - a pair of southpaws and helped the Cardinals claim the series over the Brewers. Now the Redbirds have a 1.5 game lead on the Brewers in the central with 49 games to go, but as today's guest points out, this division is far from over. Kati…
 
Who will be the x-factor down the stretch? What are the latest injury updates? How will the roster shake out as guys get healthier? Tacos or nachos? All of that and more in today's mailbag Friday episode ahead of a massive stretch of baseball for the Brewers. First, three games with the Cardinals this weekend, who now only hold a half game lead ove…
 
The Brewers needed this two-game series to go their way, and they performed admirably in just about every facet of the game. An extra-inning thriller closed the season series with the Rays as Rowdy tied it, and Willy won it for the Crew on Wednesday afternoon. Pitching dominated the contest for both teams, showcasing their best arms down the stretc…
 
Monday was an off day for the Brewers, so we went a different direction with today's episode. We assembled some of the more notable audio clips and quotes from the last week pertaining to the Josh Hader trade. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) steps aside and lets the quotes do the talking to set the record straight after David Stearns, Mark Attanasio, and vario…
 
In the shadow of a wildly unpopular trade shipping Josh Hader to San Diego, the Brewers endured a miserable week, going 1-5 against the Pirates and Reds and going from three games up in the National League Central to two games down. Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and podcast host JR Radcliffe look at the ripple effects of the transac…
 
The Brewers thought returning home with a full agenda of celebrations would help flush the awful week that was in Pittsburgh ... instead the Brewers dropped their second straight series, this time to the Reds and continue to fall down the standings. Just eight days ago, the Brewers were up four games on the Cardinals in the Central, now they are tw…
 
The Brewers had a week to forget, but they are still tied for first place in the NL Central. There were pieces of the extra inning loss that shined for the Brewers and Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) highlights the contributions by Wong, Brosseau, and Renfroe in this one. Dom also uncovers an interesting stat for the rest of the season to look ahead to for the…
 
The Brewers blew a 4-0 lead after two innings and wasted a furious two-out rally comeback to fall 8-7 on a walk-off home run by Bryan Reynolds off Devin Williams. For the Airbender, that ends his streak of 30 consecutive scoreless outings and marks his first home run allowed all season. The clubhouse experienced a lot of turbulence this week with t…
 
The Brewers finished up a "peculiar" trade deadline season after the Josh Hader trade on Monday turned out to be the only major move the Crew made this week. They still managed to add two more righties to the bullpen with Matt Bush from the Rangers and Trevor Rosenthal from the Giants - the latter of which with a hefty price tag. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo…
 
We spent more than 45 minutes in an emergency podcast just talking about the Josh Hader trade yesterday, so let's tidy things up and make it a bit more concise today with the reaction to what the rest of the league did on the penultimate day of the trade deadline. The mark is 5:00 PM CT today for all trades to be passed through the league office to…
 
EDITOR'S NOTE: This finished recording at about 2:45 PM CT - thus no mention of the Mancini and Montas deals. There will still be a regularly scheduled podcast for Tuesday morning with the normal 20-30 minute length. We wanted to post this audio for those who didn't participate or just want something to listen to for the rest of the day. The Brewer…
 
The Milwaukee Brewers made a stunning maneuver Aug. 1, trading star reliever Josh Hader to the San Diego Padres for four players. Host JR Radcliffe and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Curt Hogg take a quick reaction to the news. Why now, in the throes of a pennant race? Which player is key to the return? How does the Brewers bullpen look now? T…
 
Brewers reporter Curt Hogg and host JR Radcliffe throw out a bunch of names -- some more seriously than others -- with the trade deadline right around the corner. Will the Milwaukee Brewers make a move? Does it change anything now that Freddy Peralta's health outlook has taken a positive turn and the offense has found a groove? Among the topics: Ch…
 
Milwaukee claimed two of three from Boston at Fenway Park over the weekend, behind some strong offensive performances. The Brewers are now 57-44 and three games up on the Cardinals as we enter August. The Crew is also 7-2 in the second half, among the league's best records since the break. How are they doing it? Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) has all of the a…
 
The Brewers had Thursday off, so let's take some time to answer your questions! Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) read through your tweets on a variety of topics. Obviously trades were a massive point of discussion, but we also provide updates on the development of some key outfielders in the Brewers organization, some thoughts on Keston Hiura and the #FreeHiura…
 
As Brewer fans, we're used to our Brew Crew limping into the break. Since 2013, they've only seen one year where they had a winning record within the final stretch the the All-Star game. For the 2022 season, that was no different. Remember, that includes 4 straight years where the Crew have made the playoffs. Thus, don't let this slump discourage y…
 
Rowdy Tellez had ANOTHER multi-homer game in the Brewers' 10-4 victory over the Twins to close the Border Battle on the diamond with the Crew claiming three out of four games. Corbin Burnes had a blip on the radar for the first two innings, then found his Cy Young form again en route to an 11-strikeout win to close a 5-1 homestand for the Brewers. …
 
Luis Urías claimed his second walk-off in the last five games with a sacrifice fly to right field to cap a thrilling 7-6 win over the Twins on Tuesday night. It marked "Wicho's" third career walk-off joining his single from Friday against the Rockies and last season's walk-off single vs the Tigers on Memorial Day. The game hardly followed a script,…
 
The Brewers still took three out of four from the Rockies to open the second half after losing 2-0 on Monday night to wrap the series. Aaron Ashby's first start since signing his extension was one of his best with nine strikeouts over seven quality innings. He took the tough luck loss as the Brewers failed to give him any run support in this one. I…
 
The Brewers started the second half with some drama and some injury news, but also three wins over Colorado. Brewers reporter Curt Hogg and host JR Radcliffe take a look at the offensive outpouring. It's a mixed bag for Josh Hader after his late first-half struggles. Aaron Ashby signs a long-term deal. The impact of Jace Peterson's injury. Can Luis…
 
Friday it was Hunter Renfroe and Luis Urías, Saturday it was Brandon Woodruff, and Sunday it was Andrew McCutchen who all came up clutch to open the second half 3-0 for the Brewers over the Rockies. They take the headlines while the entire squad contributed in some fashion to help the Crew jump out to a hot start in the second half. Dom Cotroneo ta…
 
We kick off the second half in a big way with Brewers General Manager Matt Arnold joining the show! Dom sits down with the GM to chat about a variety of topics including: the MLB draft, the trading deadline, communications with David Stearns, and much more. Matt is in his seventh season with the Brewers as he comes from the Tampa Bay Rays organizat…
 
In his 7th season in his role with the Brewers radio broadcast, Lane Grindle (@lanegrindle) has seen plenty of highs and lows. Now Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) sits down to chat about the first half and look ahead to the second half for what's to be expected from the Crew the rest of the year. Topics include Uecker stories, keeping score of the game, the so…
 
The Brewers' first half came to a close with a whimper, and podcast host JR Radcliffe is freaking out a little alongside Brewers reporter Curt Hogg. They discuss a brutal week for closer Josh Hader (2:30), the absurdity of a consequential balk call in San Francisco (10:10), how Milwaukee could realistically pursue Nationals star Juan Soto (20:00), …
 
The Brewers have limped into the All-Star Break with a 50-43 record, but still in first place in the NL Central. This episode just takes a 30,000 foot view of the first half of the season for the Brewers this year. What is there to make of Josh Hader's struggles? Can Corbin repeat as MVP? How important is adding a bat at the deadline? All of this a…
 
The Brewers led for exactly one half inning ... the bottom of the tenth and thus the final score. A late-night, west coast, pitchers' duel lived up to its pregame billing and then some in the crew's 3-2 victory Thursday night. Four different Brewer hitters had multiple hits, but the real story is the pitching staff. Corbin Burnes set a career-high …
 
The Brewers lost on a walk-off three-run homer by Jose Miranda as the Twins managed a split in the brief two-gamer at Target Field. Josh Hader received his third loss of the year as he entered in a tied game and didn't record an out. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) takes a peek at his numbers in this slump as to why the Crew can't seem to get off the deck offe…
 
The final off day of the first half gives us a chance to hit the reset button before the final six games of the half. Who's hurt? Who's on the way back? When will they return? What about the roster? Who gets optioned? Cut? Dom takes a peek at the chain reaction to come when the Brewers get healthy again. Also, let's lay out the rotation for these f…
 
The Brewers are indeed still 2 1/2 games up in first place in the National League Central, but after a 2-4 week against NL Central also-rans at home, the team's struggles on offense, defense and now in the bullpen feel more worrisome. Brewers reporter Curt Hogg and host JR Radcliffe discuss what the trade deadline can realistically improve, whether…
 
It feels like Murphy's Law again, everything that can go wrong, will go wrong. The Brewers have relied on their bullpen heavily, the bats have mounting pressure with runners in scoring position, odd errors have come at the worst of times. The Brewers just finished a tough homestand but with non-contending Cubs and Pirates teams that take four of se…
 
The Brewers enjoyed an off day on Thursday, so let's open up the mailbag for this episode. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) answers your questions from Twitter about the Brewers ... which mostly devolved to who are they trading for. But Dom came ready with an entire list of position players that you may have heard rumors about or have on your wish list ahead of…
 
Corbin Burnes tossed seven shutout innings with 10 strikeouts yet did not factor in the decision for the Brewers as the Cubs rallied late to win 2-1 over the Crew and claim the three-game series. Burnes tied Yovani Gallardo for the most double-digit strikeout games in franchise history, but yet doesn't earn a win out of it. The Brewers offense coul…
 
Tuesday's game started as well as you could have wanted for the Brewers with a two-run homer from Rowdy Tellez. The Crew would hold that lead until the fifth inning when the wheels came off in back to back innings against the Cubs in an 8-3 defeat. Milwaukee starter Jason Alexander was saddled with his first big league loss working into the sixth i…
 
July 4th, 2022 will be added to the days of legendary Brewer walk-offs in the team's history. Saying the game was a thriller is simply selling it short. This game had everything: an inside-the-park home run, a redemption arc, a revenge arc, a bounce-back performance, an "ice in his veins" outing, the best pitch in baseball, and so much more. Simply…
 
The Brewers enter the week two games up in first place after a productive six games, two of which were started by Brandon Woodruff at his best. Brewers reporter Todd Rosiak and host JR Radcliffe look at the other injury issues, some good (Aaron Ashby) and some bad (Adrian Houser, Tyrone Taylor). They discuss Christian Yelich at leadoff, the center …
 
Happy Fourth of July! The Brewers split the series with the Pirates thanks to their sixth shutout of the season on Sunday led by Brandon Woodruff. The starter handled six strong innings with eight strikeouts and no walks to continue his strong form since he was activated off the injured list. Woodruff's battery mate Omar Narvaez supplied the only o…
 
Michael Perez??!? Wow, what a game for the Pirates backstop, his first career multi-homer game featured THREE round trippers - including the ultimate insurance run to keep the Buccos ahead 8-7 the final. The Brewers rallied with three runs in the top of the ninth inning, but left the go-ahead run stranded on first base. In the loss, the Brewers str…
 
The BCCC crew look to recap the past week's + games for the Milwaukee Brewers. Weeks 9 & 10 for the Brewers included a 3 game road trip against the New York Mets, a 3 game road trip against the Cincinnati Reds, a 4 game home series vs the St. Louis Cardinals, and a 3 game home series vs the Toronto Blue Jays. They went 8-5 in that stretch, putting …
 
Milwaukee used every inch of Tropicana Field to claim both games of their brief two-gamer with the Tampa Bay Rays - literally. Two more homers on Wednesday clanged off the catwalks high above the field - AKA the "C Ring" good enough for homers in the 5-3 victory. Rowdy Tellez added his second multi-homer game of the week while Luis Urías and Jace P…
 
Brandon Woodruff returned from the injured list on Tuesday after just over a month away dealing with an ankle issue and newly discovered Raynaud's Syndrome. His start was a welcomed sight for the Brew Crew: five dominant innings with ten strikeouts and no walks en route to the win as the Brewers won 5-3 over the Rays. The start was the fifth time i…
 
The Brewers survived a tense 4-3 week in which they improved their standing in the National League Central, but when does Milwaukee need to add difference makers on offense? Brewers reporter Todd Rosiak takes an early look at the trade-deadline landscape for a Brewers team in flux with some players returning from injury, and another key one lost wi…
 
Rowdy Tellez was a man on a mission on Sunday in the rubber match of a three-game set with the Toronto Blue Jays as the Milwaukee Brewers claimed the finale and the series to cap the homestand. The Blue Jays claimed the opener 9-4 behind a strong effort from Alek Manoah, but the Brewers responded with great arms of their own with an incredible Corb…
 
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