The Dodgers and the Brewers, and their cities, have more in common than you might imagine.
by: Josh Benjamin — Elite Sports NY 10 Oct
Between mostly middling pitching performances and the ALDS disappointment, the New York Yankees need to part ways with Larry Rothschild.
by: Frank Jackson — Hardball Times 10 Oct
Seeing a pitcher hit one is not much more likely than seeing a no-hitter …
by: Jeff Burdick — Cubs Insider 8 Oct
Whether or not Addison Russell stays with the Chicago Cubs is not clear now and revolves around many decisions the All-Star shortstop must make.
by: JR Radcliffe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 21 Sep
Take a look back at September 2008 for the Brewers, which started with a 4-15 record but closed in remarkable fashion.
by: Mike Banghart — Chicago Now: Cubs Den 15 Sep
An exhausted and fatigued Chicago Cubs team did battle with the cellar dwelling Cincinnati Reds, and it showed early on. Matt Harvey and Cole Hamels each made it through three innings without surrendering a run. The Cubs managed a two out hit in each...
by: Brett Taylor — Bleacher Nation 14 Sep
The game still stands out, even 10 years later, for obvious reasons.
Ten years ago, Carlos Zambrano threw a no-hitter at Miller Park. Do you consider it a 2008 highlight, lowlight or just ... meh?
by: JR Radcliffe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 14 Sep
10 years ago, Carlos Zambrano threw the only no-hitter at Miller Park while the Brewers were miles away. How do we feel about this strange footnote?
by: PAUL SULLIVAN Chicago Tribune (TNS) — Wisconsin State Journal 11 Sep
The worst-case scenario is they would spend even more time waiting out a rain delay, compounding the half-day rain delays from Friday through Sunday, and have the whole trip go
by: Brett Taylor — Bleacher Nation 10 Sep
Hopefully that means moving the game to the end of the season, or changing the location.
by: Paul Sullivan — Chicago Tribune 10 Sep
With Hurricane Florence expected to hit land south of Washington, MLB needs to change the venue for Thursday's Cubs-Nationals makeup game to either Wrigley Field or Miller Park.
by: Paul Sullivan — Chicago Tribune 7 Sep
Joe Maddon's Cubs have had some high-profile beefs with umpires over the last several weeks.