Jean Segura's Nine-Month-Old Son Passed Away

Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Jean Segura learned after last night's game against the Cardinals that his infant son, Janniel, passed away in the Dominican Republic. According to manager Ron Roenicke, he had been battling an undisclosed illness but, as recently as yesterday, the family thought he was getting better.… » 7/12/14 4:12pm 7/12/14 4:12pm

Corey Dickerson Boned Himself Out Of An Inside-The-Park Home Run

With his team down 6-4 in the bottom of the ninth inning of yesterday's game against the Brewers, Corey Dickerson stepped to the plate and ripped a pitch into the right-field wall. With the ball caroming sharply into no-man's land, it looked like Dickerson had himself a guaranteed triple and a possible homer. A bad… » 6/23/14 11:16am 6/23/14 11:16am

Ryan Braun Hits Jean Segura In Head With Bat

In the first inning of Saturday's game against the Cubs, Ryan Braun—going through his typical warm-up routine in the hole before making his way into the on-deck circle—struck Jean Segura in the head as he whipped his bat around. Segura was taken out of the game and helped back into the locker room. He wound up with a… » 4/27/14 9:30am 4/27/14 9:30am

Down With Baseball's Fun Police

As much as I love baseball, no sport gets further up its own ass when it comes to players being allowed to look like they're having fun. Take the bench-clearing brawl in yesterday's Brewers-Pirates game, sparked by Carlos Gomez taking time to admire what he thought was a home run. Words were exchanged, punches thrown,… » 4/21/14 11:16am 4/21/14 11:16am

Martín Maldonado Tears Cover Off Ball, Gets Infield Single

When you hear the phrase "he tore the cover off the ball," you think about a blistering line drive or a towering home run. In the sixth inning of Milwaukee's 5-3 win over the Pirates, Brewers backup catcher Martín Maldonado literally tore the cover off the ball and it never made it out of the infield. » 4/19/14 11:12am 4/19/14 11:12am

This Photo Is An April Fools' Joke, But We Wish It Weren't

No, Hank the dog did not bite one of the Milwaukee Brewers sausage racers on the dick, but we really wish he had. The photo, which has been floating around Twitter today, is from an obviously joke-y post on OnMilwaukee.com. But the fact that this photo is fake doesn't mean that Hank the dog isn't still the best dog. » 4/01/14 4:25pm 4/01/14 4:25pm