Before Boog Sciambi catches up with Joe Maddon (26:46), Buster & Tim Kurkjian discuss the Astros' streak, Bryce Harper's struggles, a great HR Derby idea and more (2:33). Plus, Todd Radom's trivia and #ThirtyUnis focuses on the Tigers (30:49).
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Josh breaks down Sunday's action, including some digestion issues and a pair of impact performances from players returning to action.
The same three teams are at the top, but which leads the way and how high did the resurgent Dodgers and Diamondbacks climb?
When healthy, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. has shown that he is ready to rake at the plate. We project what he and other top prospects can contribute in the second half.
With several headliners bowing out, the best Derby showdown would pit mighty mites such as Mookie Betts against supersized monster mashers.
Brewers reliever Adrian Houser, after being recalled earlier in the day, fell victim to what manager Craig Counsell said was too much heat, not enough food and probably a little nerves when he became sick on the mound.
Maikel Franco homered and drove in four runs and the Philadelphia Phillies held off Milwaukee's ninth-inning rally to beat the Brewers 10-9 on Sunday.
Rhys Hoskins and Andrew Knapp hit home runs and the Philadelphia Phillies, despite stranding 15 runners, defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 on Saturday.
Brent Suter drove in two runs and pitched a season-high seven innings, Christian Yelich, Hernan Perez and Jesus Aguilar homered and the NL Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers beat Jake Arrieta and the Philadelphia Phillies 13-2 on Friday night.
Buster Olney catches up with 2018 Hall of Fame inductee Trevor Hoffman to discuss growing up around the game, his transition to pitching in the minors, the best and worst moments of his career and much more.
In an era so filled with whiffs that it's pushing Nolan Ryan himself down all-time lists, pitching to contact still exists.
The season-long issue of delivering key hits with runners on base caught up with the Cubs in Milwaukee, where they were shut out twice.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon got creative Wednesday, with right-hander Steve Cishek and left-hander Brian Duensing going between the mound and left field in the bottom of the eighth inning against the Brewers.
Lorenzo Cain homered and Jhoulys Chacin combined with three relievers on a six-hitter to give the Milwaukee Brewers their second straight shutout of the Chicago Cubs, 1-0 on Wednesday.
Buster breaks down Tuesday's action, including a devastating injury to a future Hall of Famer and mass infield confusion for the Cubs.
Brewers RP Josh Hader talks to Buster Olney about his influences through the early part of his career, what he enjoys about his relief role, what's led to his dominance this season and more.
Every club has someone whose performance has a huge impact in-game and on the season. Who's that guy on your favorite team?
Chase Anderson pitched seven innings of one-hit ball to take advantage of some rare run support, and the Milwaukee Brewers two-hit the Chicago Cubs 4-0 Tuesday night to take back first place in the NL Central.
Sophia joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the latest with the Brewers and their current series against the visiting Cubs.
Facing one of the best relievers in the game in a lefty-lefty matchup, Jason Heyward defied the odds by using a new approach at the plate.
With a hole in their rotation and their bats suddenly silent, the Red Sox got a lift from Steven Wright, who could play a key role going forward.
Anthony Rizzo homered down the right-field line on the first pitch of a five-run 11th inning to help the Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-2 on Monday night and jump into first place in the NL Central.