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October 1, 2008 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Cole Hamels and Yovani Gallardo followed different paths to Game 1 of the National League division series. Hamels is the ace, the obvious choice to start for the Phillies. Gallardo is the ace of the future, chosen because the Milwaukee Brewers didn't have a better option. But both relish the opportunity to put their team in position to win this afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. With 227 1/3 innings pitched, Hamels finished second in the National League to the New York Mets' Johan Santana (234 1/3)
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September 8, 2011
At Miller Park. Thursday at 8:10 p.m. (CSN) LHP Cole Hamels (13-7, 2.63 ERA) vs. Milwaukee LHP Chris Narveson (10-6, 4.26). Friday at 8:10 p.m. (CSN) RHP Roy Halladay (16-5, 2.49) vs. Milwaukee RHP Shaun Marcum (12-5, 3.11). Saturday at 7:10 p.m. (PHL17) LHP Cliff Lee (16-7, 2.47) vs. Milwaukee LHP Randy Wolf (12-9, 3.47). Sunday at 2:10 p.m. (PHL17) RHP Vance Worley (11-1, 2.85)
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October 12, 2011 | By R.B. Fallstrom, Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - On the day he pitches, Chris Carpenter can be an ornery cuss. He prowls the mound, barks at hitters, and on at least one occasion has been known to invite a basepath collision. Though just an 11-game winner for the St. Louis Cardinals, the 36-year-old righthander has been in dominating mode since midseason. Apparently in the Milwaukee Brewers' heads, too, heading into a matchup of aces in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series on Wednesday night against 17-game winner Yovani Gallardo.
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April 9, 2010 | By Don McKee, Inquirer Staff Writer
I left my heart in San Francicso? Maybe the folks at Major League Baseball should send Majestic outfitters a set of yearbooks. Either that or a list with the teams's names in big, easy-to-read type. Majestic makes all the uniforms for the major leagues, but has run into an embarrassing spelling problem two straight seasons. When Giants reserve Eugenio Velez trotted to the outfield in the seventh inning at Houston on Wednesday night, his road grays read: "San Francicso.
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September 29, 2008 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Jimmy Rollins and Brett Myers watched two televisions from a couple chairs inside the Phillies' clubhouse yesterday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. The TV on the left had the aftermath of the Milwaukee Brewers' 3-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs. The TV on the right had the final outs of the New York Mets' 4-2 loss to the Florida Marlins. But as soon as Mets rightfielder Ryan Church flied out to deep center field to end the game at Shea Stadium and crush the hopes and dreams of Mets fans - yes, that's two straight Mets collapses - Rollins hopped out of his seat and left the clubhouse.
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October 1, 2008 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Milwaukee Brewers righthander Dave Bush got a good workout in at Citizens Bank Park and then went home. Literally. After preparing yesterday for today's start of the National League Division Series against the Phillies, Bush said he was leaving for Devon, where his parents, Tom and Rita, reside. A star catcher at Conestoga High, Bush attended Wake Forest, where he saw limited time behind the plate and was converted into one of the most successful closers in college baseball.
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July 31, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
Adding a big arm to their bullpen, the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers acquired former All-Star closer George Sherrill from the Baltimore Orioles yesterday for two minor leaguers. The rebuilding Orioles receive third baseman Josh Bell and righthander Steve Johnson, both of whom were at Double A Chattanooga. Sherrill has 20 saves for last-place Baltimore and gives Los Angeles, with the best record in the NL, a lefthanded complement to All-Star closer Jonathan Broxton. Sherrill is expected to join the Dodgers today in Atlanta.
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April 27, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
Josh Johnson pitched a three-hitter, had a career-high 12 strikeouts and drove in three runs to help the Florida Marlins beat the visiting San Diego Padres, 10-1, last night. Dan Uggla homered and drove in three runs for Florida. Hanley Ramirez also homered. Johnson (2-1), who signed a $39 million, 4-year contract in January, pitched past the sixth inning for the first time in five starts this season. He walked one and threw 117 pitches in his fourth career complete game, his first since June 14, 2009.
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April 9, 2010 | Daily News Wire Services
The Milwaukee Brewers have gotten used to calling Yovani Gallardo their ace. Now he's got a contract that keeps him in the fold with plenty of time to prove it. Gallardo agreed yesterday to a $30.1 million, 5-year deal that could be worth $42.5 million over six seasons. The agreement covers the righthander's arbitration-eligible years and the first season after he would have become a free agent. "It hasn't really settled into me yet because I'm just that type of guy, I kind of try not to show too much emotion," the 24-year-old Gallardo said.
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January 25, 2015 | By Jake Kaplan, Inquirer Staff Writer
A $13 million-per-year closer, no matter how effective or how controversial, is a superfluous asset on a rebuilding team whose strength is its young bullpen arms. It is no secret the Phillies have long sought suitors for Jonathan Papelbon, entering the last of the four-year, $50 million deal he signed in November 2011, the richest for a major league relief pitcher. Less than four weeks before the start of spring training, they may have found one. The Phillies and Milwaukee Brewers, according to Yahoo Sports!
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June 11, 2013 | Daily News Wire Reports
EVEN MINUS Ryan Braun, the Milwaukee Brewers' lineup hardly skipped a beat. Jonathan Lucroy had four hits, Yovani Gallardo threw eight scoreless innings and visiting Milwaukee beat the Miami Marlins, 6-1, last night for its fourth consecutive victory. Carlos Gomez had three hits and two RBI for Milwaukee, while Lucroy also drove in a pair of runs. Rickie Weeks homered among his three hits for the Brewers, who tied a season high with 16 hits despite playing without Braun after he aggravated his sore right thumb Sunday against the Phillies.
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March 26, 2013 | Daily News Wire Reports
KYLE LOHSE waited all winter and finally found a home with Milwaukee. Lohse and the Brewers completed a 3-year contract worth $33 million on Monday, a big boost to their suspect rotation exactly a week before the season opener. "I'm really happy to be able to come over," Lohse said during a news conference at Milwaukee's spring training facility in Phoenix. "With this offense and the ability of their pitching staff, it looks like a good fit. I know everybody in the division. " Lohse enjoyed his best season in the majors last year, going 16-3 with a 2.86 ERA and helping the St. Louis Cardinals earn an NL wild-card spot.
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August 18, 2012 | By Matt Gelb, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
MILWAUKEE - With his right knee wrapped in ice, Domonic Brown did not immediately retreat to his locker in the visitors clubhouse at Miller Park after a 6-2 Phillies loss to the Brewers. He found a seat next to Vance Worley, and the two 24-year-olds talked. They have been teammates since 2008 at single-A Lakewood. There is a certain bond, Brown said, between them. Still, words were needed Friday. "That play has to be made," Brown said. "It's as simple as that. " He told Worley that, and it hardly atoned for the fly ball that fell as a two-run triple instead of being caught for a third out. The ballpark erupted as Brown lay facedown on the dirt warning track in right field.
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October 13, 2011 | Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - Albert Pujols hit an RBI double during a four-run first inning, and the St. Louis bullpen bailed out Chris Carpenter as the Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 4-3, Wednesday night for a two-games-to-one edge in the National League Championship Series. In a matchup of aces, neither Carpenter nor 17-game Yovani Gallardo made it past the fifth. The one-run lead Carpenter handed over was just enough, as four relievers combined for four perfect innings. Fernando Salas, Lance Lynn, Marc Rzepczynski, and Jason Motte shut down the Brewers to close out the victory.
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October 13, 2011 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
ST. LOUIS - Albert Pujols hit an RBI double during a four-run first inning and the St. Louis bullpen bailed out Chris Carpenter as the Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 4-3, last night for a 2-1 edge in the NLCS. In a matchup of aces, neither Carpenter nor 17-game Yovani Gallardo made it past the fifth. The one-run lead Carpenter handed over was just enough, as four relievers combined for four perfect innings. Fernando Salas, Lance Lynn, Marc Rzepczynski and Jason Motte shut down the Brewers to close out the victory.
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October 12, 2011 | By R.B. Fallstrom, Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - On the day he pitches, Chris Carpenter can be an ornery cuss. He prowls the mound, barks at hitters, and on at least one occasion has been known to invite a basepath collision. Though just an 11-game winner for the St. Louis Cardinals, the 36-year-old righthander has been in dominating mode since midseason. Apparently in the Milwaukee Brewers' heads, too, heading into a matchup of aces in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series on Wednesday night against 17-game winner Yovani Gallardo.
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October 7, 2011 | BY BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
PHOENIX - Got to go with the home team when talking about a deciding Game 5, right? Phillies fans sure hope so, and so do Milwaukee Brewers fans. Their team was taken to a fifth game when the Arizona Diamondbacks used some heavy hitting to take their two home games in the NLDS, which is now even heading into this afternoon's game in Milwaukee. The whipping sticks the D-backs brought out at Chase Field produced 24 hits, 18 runs, five home runs (including a pair of grand slams)
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October 6, 2011 | BY BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
PHOENIX - Whether the Milwaukee Brewers have a commanding lead in a playoff series or are on the brink of blowing one, you won't be able to tell by their clubhouse demeanor. And courtesy of last night's 10-6 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks in Game 4 of their NLDS best-of-five series, the Brewers' 2-0 lead has evaporated and forced a deciding Game 5 tomorrow in Milwaukee. "Our mentality as an offense is it's never over," said Diamondbacks center fielder Chris Young, who hit two home runs in the win. Arizona got just three innings of work from starting pitcher Joe Saunders, but it didn't matter because the D-backs are serving up grand slams faster than a Denny's restaurant.
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October 2, 2011 | Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - Yovani Gallardo could barely see the return tosses from catcher Jonathan Lucroy, losing them in the bright light filtering through the windows at Miller Park. Imagine how the Diamondbacks felt. Gallardo emerged from the shadows, outpitching Arizona ace Ian Kennedy as the Milwaukee Brewers kept winning at home with a 4-1 victory in their NL division series opener on Saturday. "It was tough for me seeing the ball coming back, just having the sun there in the background.
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