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Luis Urias, Brandon Woodruff help Milwaukee Brewers beat Joe Musgrove, San Diego Padres

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Urias, Woodruff help Brewers beat Musgrove, Padres
Brandon Woodruff and three relievers combined on a two-hitter and Luis Urias homered in his return to Petco Park before leaving with an injury as the Milwaukee Brewers beat Joe Musgrove and the San Diego Padres 3-1 Monday night.
The Canadian Press
Luis Urias
, The Canadian Press
SAN DIEGO — Brandon Woodruff and three relievers combined on a two-hitter and Luis Urias homered in his return to Petco Park before leaving with an injury as the Milwaukee Brewers beat Joe Musgrove and the San Diego Padres 3-1 Monday night.
Billy McKinney also homered off Musgrove (2-2), who set a career-high with 13 strikeouts in his first home start since throwing the Padres' first no-hitter on April 9 at Texas. The big right-hander, who grew up in suburban El Cajon, is 0-2 since throwing the no-no.

Bats come alive, but Crew falls short

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By Doug Russell
Apr 19, 2021
The Milwaukee Brewers got one home run from Avisail Garcia and two from Daniel Vogelbach, but it still was not enough to defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates Sunday at American Family Field, 6-5.
Milwaukee starter Freddy Peralta (5 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 7 K, 3 BB) did not factor into the decision.
Pittsburgh’s Colin Moran hit an early three-run homer, then had an RBI double in the 10th inning off of losing pitcher J.P. Feyereisen to give the Pirates a lead they would not surrender.
With Jackie Bradley Jr. on second to start the bottom of the 10th, Pittsburgh reliever Richard Rodriguez retired both Vogelbach and Garcia on a pair of flyballs before striking out Travis Shaw to end it.

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By Doug Russell
Apr 19, 2021
The Milwaukee Brewers got one home run from Avisail Garcia and two from Daniel Vogelbach, but it still was not enough to defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates Sunday at American Family Field, 6-5.
Milwaukee starter Freddy Peralta (5 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 7 K, 3 BB) did not factor into the decision.
Pittsburgh’s Colin Moran hit an early three-run homer, then had an RBI double in the 10th inning off of losing pitcher J.P. Feyereisen to give the Pirates a lead they would not surrender.
With Jackie Bradley Jr. on second to start the bottom of the 10th, Pittsburgh reliever Richard Rodriguez retired both Vogelbach and Garcia on a pair of flyballs before striking out Travis Shaw to end it.

Bats come alive, but Crew falls short | The Big 920

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By Doug Russell
Apr 19, 2021
The Milwaukee Brewers got one home run from Avisail Garcia and two from Daniel Vogelbach, but it still was not enough to defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates Sunday at American Family Field, 6-5.
Milwaukee starter Freddy Peralta (5 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 7 K, 3 BB) did not factor into the decision.
Pittsburgh’s Colin Moran hit an early three-run homer, then had an RBI double in the 10th inning off of losing pitcher J.P. Feyereisen to give the Pirates a lead they would not surrender.
With Jackie Bradley Jr. on second to start the bottom of the 10th, Pittsburgh reliever Richard Rodriguez retired both Vogelbach and Garcia on a pair of flyballs before striking out Travis Shaw to end it.

Bats come alive, but Crew falls short | 1310 WIBA

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By Doug Russell
Apr 19, 2021
The Milwaukee Brewers got one home run from Avisail Garcia and two from Daniel Vogelbach, but it still was not enough to defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates Sunday at American Family Field, 6-5.
Milwaukee starter Freddy Peralta (5 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 7 K, 3 BB) did not factor into the decision.
Pittsburgh’s Colin Moran hit an early three-run homer, then had an RBI double in the 10th inning off of losing pitcher J.P. Feyereisen to give the Pirates a lead they would not surrender.
With Jackie Bradley Jr. on second to start the bottom of the 10th, Pittsburgh reliever Richard Rodriguez retired both Vogelbach and Garcia on a pair of flyballs before striking out Travis Shaw to end it.

Anderson's arm, Bradley's bat lead Brewers over Pirates 7-1


MILWAUKEE (AP) — Brett Anderson pitched seven effective innings and the Milwaukee Brewers built a big lead early and breezed past the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1 on Saturday night.
Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a leadoff single in the first inning and the Brewers went on to score five times, with every run coming with two outs. Bradley, who had three hits, tripled and scored in the second as Milwaukee made it 7-0.
“I would rather not hit in the first inning, but we’ll take it. We’ve come out and hit the ball well,” Anderson said.
Anderson (2-1) and Pittsburgh starter Trevor Cahill (0-2), both 33 and having started their major league careers in 2009, made their third starts of the season. They had had rough first starts, but in their second outings, both gave up just one run in five innings.

Bats get hot early and Anderson goes 7 strong innings in Brewers 7-1 win

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Bats get hot early and Anderson goes 7 strong innings in Brewers 7-1 win
Brett Anderson pitched seven effective innings and the Milwaukee Brewers built a big lead early and breezed past the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1 on Saturday night.
Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a leadoff single in the first inning and the Brewers went on to score five times, with every run coming with two outs. Bradley, who had three hits, tripled and scored in the second as Milwaukee made it 7-0.
Anderson (2-1) and Pittsburgh starter Trevor Cahill (0-2), both 33 and having started their major league careers in 2009, made their third starts of the season. They had had rough first starts, but in their second outings, both gave up just one run in five innings.

Brett Anderson's arm, Jackie Bradley's bat lead Milwaukee Brewers over Pittsburgh Pirates

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Anderson's arm, Bradley's bat lead Brewers over Pirates 7-1
Brett Anderson pitched seven effective innings and the Milwaukee Brewers built a big lead early and breezed past the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1 on Saturday night.
The Canadian Press
Brett Anderson
, The Canadian Press
MILWAUKEE — Brett Anderson pitched seven effective innings and the Milwaukee Brewers built a big lead early and breezed past the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1 on Saturday night.
Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a leadoff single in the first inning and the Brewers went on to score five times, with every run coming with two outs. Bradley, who had three hits, tripled and scored in the second as Milwaukee made it 7-0.

Anderson and big early innings lead Brewers to win over the Pirates


Anderson and big early innings lead Brewers to win over the Pirates
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Brett Anderson pitched seven effective innings and the Milwaukee Brewers built a big lead early and breezed past the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-1 on Saturday night.
Jackie Bradley Jr. hit a leadoff single in the first inning and the Brewers went on to score five times, with every run coming with two outs. Bradley, who had three hits, tripled and scored in the second as Milwaukee made it 7-0.
“I would rather not hit in the first inning, but we’ll take it. We’ve come out and hit the ball well,” Anderson said.

Early Offensive Outburst Leads Brewers Over Pirates


By Mike Leischner
Milwaukee Brewers
MILWAUKEE, WI (WSAU) — Brewers starter Brett Anderson was brilliant over seven innings on Saturday as Milwaukee topped Pittsburgh 7-1 at American Family Field.
Anderson went seven innings and scattered six Pirates hits while recording three strikeouts and yielding just one unearned run. He was backed up by a Brewers offense that broke out for seven runs over the first two innings without the help of the longball.
Milwaukee put up five runs in the first inning on four singles by Avisail Garcia, Billy McKinney, Luis Uras, and Jace Peterson.
All of those base hits came with two outs.

LEADING OFF: Jackie Robinson Day, Red Sox go for 10th in row

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The Chicago Cubs outfielders, from left, Jake Marisnick, Joc Pederson, Jason Heyward, and Ian Happ, come together during the team's last baseball workout Wednesday, March 31, 2021, before opening day Thursday, April 1, 2021, against the Pittsburgh Pirates in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) Credit: The Associated Press
A look at what’s happening around the majors Thursday:
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REMEMBERING JACKIE
All players, managers, coaches and umpires will wear No. 42 to celebrate Jackie Robinson Day, marking the anniversary of the date the Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Famer made his Major League Baseball debut and broke the sport’s color barrier in 1947.
A video produced by MLB Network titled “Thank You, Jackie” narrated by former star Curtis Granderson will present Robinson’s impact as a champion on and off the field and be shown at ballparks. Teams that are off Thursday will honor Robinson when they play Friday.

Red Sox transform into baseball's best story

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There is no bigger surprise in the baseball season so far than the Red Sox. And no better story. It’s not only because of the low expectations for the Sox coming into the season. It is because of what they looked like after the regular season actually began.
The Sox opened at Fenway Park and promptly got swept by the Orioles, and looked like they might finish in sixth place out of five teams in the American League East. They were nothing more than a dreary, unwatchable mess.
Now they have won nine games in a row after 0-3.

LEADING OFF: Jackie Robinson Day, Red Sox go for 10th in row | WHMP 101.5 / 1240 & 1400 AM

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The Chicago Cubs outfielders, from left, Jake Marisnick, Joc Pederson, Jason Heyward, and Ian Happ, come together during the team's last baseball workout Wednesday, March 31, 2021, before opening day Thursday, April 1, 2021, against the Pittsburgh Pirates in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) Photo: Associated Press
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A look at what’s happening around the majors today:
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REMEMBERING JACKIE
All players, managers, coaches and umpires will wear No. 42 to celebrate Jackie Robinson Day, marking the anniversary of the date the Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Famer made his Major League Baseball debut and broke the sport’s color barrier in 1947.

Pre-Gamin': Cubs at Brewers (6:40 CT) - Lineups, Broadcast Info, Game Thread

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UPDATE: Pitching change. Kyle Hendricks was scratched tonight after reportedly not feeling well. The hope is its nothing more than an abundance of caution, given the two coaches with positive tests and four other players on the COVID IL. Alec Mills will start in his place and the Cubs chances of winning this game just dropped significantly … which probably means they’ll win in a blowout, because nothing about this season has made all that much sense so far.
If you thought yesterday was rough, I’m sorry to tell you it’s not likely getting any easier tonight. The Brewers top starter, Brandon Woodruff, is taking the mound against the Cubs (with his 97 MPH fastball, 31.0% strikeout rate, and 4.8% walk rate). He also just manhandled the Cubs his last time out, to the tune of 7.0 scoreless, one-hit innings with no walks and 8 Ks. So, yeah. Usually, when a team sees the same pitcher in short order you give the benefit to the batters, but I just don’t know if I can necessarily go that far, with this squad, even if they have been historically unlucky:

Chaim Bloom's Boston Red Sox 40-man roster depth should benefit development of Jarren Duran, Jeter Downs, Tanner Houck, other prospects

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Chaim Bloom’s Boston Red Sox 40-man roster depth should benefit development of Jarren Duran, Jeter Downs, Tanner Houck, other prospects
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Red Sox's Chaim Bloom speaks at a media availability during the 2019 GM Meetings. (AP Photo/Matt York)AP
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Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom optioned Tanner Houck to the alternate training site last Wednesday despite his 1.23 ERA (three earned runs, 22 innings) in four big league starts.
The Red Sox want the 24-year-old righty to continue to work on the development of his split-fingered fastball (a third pitch) to become a more complete starting pitcher.

Urías drives in 3 on pinch-hit double, Brewers down Cubs 6-3

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Pinch-hitter Luis Urías drove in three runs with a go-ahead double and the Milwaukee Brewers scored six times in the sixth inning to beat the Chicago Cubs 6-3 on Monday night.
Freddy Peralta (2-0) struck out 10 over six innings of two-hit ball for the victory. Milwaukee has won five of six, while the Cubs lost for the fifth time in six games.
After being shut out on one hit by Cubs starter Adbert Alzolay (0-2) through five innings, the Brewers loaded the bases to start the sixth. After the Cubs cut down a runner at the plate, Alzolay, who had retired 11 straight coming into the inning, gave way to reliever Andrew Chafin.

Luis Urias drives in three on pinch-hit double, Milwaukee Brewers down Chicago Cubs

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Urias drives in three on pinch-hit double, Brewers down Cubs
Pinch-hitter Luis Urias drove in three runs with a go-ahead double and the Milwaukee Brewers scored six times in the sixth inning to beat the Chicago Cubs 6-3 on Monday night.
The Canadian Press
Luis Urias
, The Canadian Press
MILWAUKEE — Pinch-hitter Luis Urías drove in three runs with a go-ahead double and the Milwaukee Brewers scored six times in the sixth inning to beat the Chicago Cubs 6-3 on Monday night.
Freddy Peralta (2-0) struck out 10 over six innings of two-hit ball for the victory. Milwaukee has won five of six, while the Cubs lost for the fifth time in six games.

Things Are Not Exactly Going Well: Cubs at Brewers, April 12

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Things are … not going well.
Sure, on the surface, there’s room for reasonable, optimistic reflection:
The Cubs are only one-game below .500. It’s still so early. Kris Bryant, Javy Baez, and the bullpen have played well. They get another chance against the Brewers this week! Etc. But dig 3 feet deeper and you find some harsh realities:
The Cubs are only one game below .500. Yeah, but they split their first six games with the Pirates, arguably the worst team in MLB, and were outscored 26-19 in the process.
It’s still so 
early. Yes, that’s true. But a lot of the problems we’re seeing this year are identical to the issues we’ve seen over the past 3-4 years. This is hardly a new team. 

Christian Yelich Leaves Brewers' Game With Back Soreness

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4:40 pm: It doesn't seem there's much cause for concern. Manager Craig Counsell says Yelich is day-to-day with lower back …

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