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Braun now all-time leader, but who is Brewers' greatest home-run hitter?

So Ryan Braun is the Brewers' all-time leader in home runs. He's hit more moonshots in a Milwaukee uniform than anyone else in the history of the franchise. That much you already knew. But he's been here nine years, played in over a thousand games and accumulated more than 4,600 at bats. And the guy he passed to claim the top spot on the list, Robin Yount, was here for 20 years,...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Braun's HRs: By the numbers

Ryan Braun became the Milwaukee Brewers' all-time home run leader Wednesday afternoon at Miller Park, passing Robin Yount. Yount held the record for nearly 22 years. At one point it seemed as though Prince Fielder could have overtaken him (Fielder finished with 230 as a Brewer) and really Braun could hold the record for just as long as Yount, if not longer, especially since he could...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Braun sets Brewers' HR record, Davis hits 2 homers in 8-7 win over Marlins

MILWAUKEE -- Ryan Braun became the Brewers all-time home run leader with his 252nd home run and Khris Davis hit two home runs to help Milwaukee avoid a sweep with an 8-7 victory over the Miami Marlins on Wednesday. Braun hit a 2-1 pitch from former Brewers starter Chris Narveson to lead off the sixth. Braun broke the tie with Hall of Famer Robin Yount with a blast off the railing...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Braun hits No. 252 to pass Yount for Brewers all-time HR mark

It's doubtful Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun will ever hit three consecutive home runs as celebrated as his last three.Six days ago, he hit career milestone home run No. 250. Three nights later he hit No. 251 to tie him with Brewers legend Robin Yount for most home runs in franchise history. And three days later on Wednesday afternoon at Miller Park, Braun bashed No. 252 to...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

StaTuesday: Brewers' soon-to-be franchise leader in HRs, Braun could be headed for 400

With his next home run, Ryan Braun will become the Milwaukee Brewers' all-time leader in long balls with 252. After hitting a grand slam in Sunday's win over the Phillies to tie franchise legend Robin Yount at 251, Braun is almost assured -- though, as they say, of course, you can't predict ball -- of taking the top spot. He's also almost assured of holding it for a very long time...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers hope to score early, end Cardinals' Miller-Park dominance

The Milwaukee Brewers have the worst home record (23-34) in the National League. On Friday, they begin a three-game series at Miller Park against the St. Louis Cardinals, who have the second-best away record (29-23) in the league. That would be reason enough to worry even before you factor in the Cardinals' recent road dominance over the Brewers. Dating back to 2013, St. Louis has...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Recent history suggests good things for Braun, Brewers vs. Cubs

After a rough road trip, could playing Chicago Cubs at Miller Park be just what the doctor ordered for the Milwaukee Brewers? If recent play means anything, then yes, yes it is. Over the last five seasons, the Brewers have dominated the Cubs at home. On a player level, Ryan Braun might be licking his chops as well. He has had as much production against Chicago than any player against...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Ryan Braun gave a fan a ball...which was tossed back on the field so, Ryan Braun gave a fan a ball

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun tossed a ball to a Cincinnati Reds fan yesterday. When dad gave the ball to his little one...the kid threw the ball back on the field.Only to have RB retrieve it for them. Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
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July 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Which Brewers Players are “That Guy Who Always Kills Us” for Opposing Teams?

At the start of the Brewers’ four-game series in Philadelphia, one of the storylines highlighted by the FSWisconsin team was that Ryan Braun loves to hit in Citizens Bank Park.  It’s no surprise why – after Tuesday’s game, Braun’s slash line was a cool .438/.486/.833 at the home of the Phillies.  No wonder Philadelphia fans were so vociferous last year when Braun hit...
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July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

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