Milwaukee Brewers

4th NL Central | 56-71
  • Batting Avg
    .246 AVG
  • Runs
    523 R
  • Earned Runs Avg
    4.32 ERA
  • Home Runs Allowed
    145 HR
  • Rangers Reliever Jeremy Jeffress arrested for DWI

    Rangers Reliever Jeremy Jeffress arrested for DWI

    WFAA-TV in Dallas is reporting that Texas Rangers reliever Jeremy Jeffress has been arrested for drunk driving. Details of the arrest are not yet available. He was jailed just after 5AM today. Jeffress was traded to Texas by the Milwaukee Brewers at the trade deadline at the end of July. Overall he has a 2.52 ERA and 27 saves in 56 games. He has appeared in nine games for the Rangers and has allowed four earned runs in nine innings pitched. More details when they become available. UPDATE: The details of his arrest, as stated in the booking paperwork, are out. And they’re . . . sad: He was stopped about 2:30 a.m. in Uptown, in the 2400 block of Mahon Street near Maple Avenue and Cedar Springs

  • Get to know your Wrigley beer slinger
    Chicago Tribune

    Get to know your Wrigley beer slinger

    Is there a better job at the moment — as the calendar moves into September and the Chicago Cubs move into … well, perhaps something special — than being a beer vendor at Wrigley Field? "It is the greatest job anyone could ever have," says Justin Peters, currently in the middle of his 17th season working the stands at Wrigley. "I remember 2003, getting myself all excited as we got in the playoffs and then …. After that I have learned not to look forward to anything. But if we do make it, you'll find me in the left field grandstand, in the 200 section." There are as many as 120 people selling beer on a good day at Wrigley, with dozens of others offering everything from popcorn to score cards. And

  • Scherzer in another strikeout fest

    Scherzer in another strikeout fest

    Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer spun a masterpiece in a 4-0 win over the Baltimore Orioles in MLB on Thursday. Scherzer tossed eight scoreless innings with 10 strikeouts. He allowed just two hits and did not issue a walk. It was Scherzer's ninth