Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tom Haudricourt

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Bayside, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • North Jersey News
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • HTR
  • Marshfield News
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • and more…

Recent articles by Tom:

Camp report: Brewers split-squad teams edge Angels, rout Athletics as Arcia has big day

The Brewers edged the Angels on a walk-off walk and routed the Athletics, 14-4, to claim split-squad victories Monday. → Read More

For Brewers relief candidate Eric Yardley, changing arm angle was a matter of survival

Eric Yardley's coach told him he needed to adjust or he'd probably be cut. Now, he's trying to make the Brewers as a side-arm throwing reliever. → Read More

With overcrowded outfield situation, Ben Gamel keeps focus on his business in Brewers camp

Reserve outfielder Ben Gamel played in 134 games for the Brewers last year but might have a harder time finding playing time this year. → Read More

Camp report: Hitters face daunting challenge of first live batting practice sessions

It's always difficult for the hitters when they step to the plate in spring training and face real pitchers for the first time. → Read More

Particularly with 26th roster spot, Brock Holt made perfect sense as Brewer's addition

Brock Holt's calling card is his versatility and the Brewers thought that made him a perfect fit on their roster. → Read More

Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio said team 'had an operating loss' during 2019 season

Finances have been a popular topic of fans since it became evident payroll would be reduced from last year's record of $125 million. → Read More

Brewers reported to have agreement with utility player Brock Holt

The Brewers are reported to have added yet another multi-position player to their spring camp in Brock Holt. → Read More

Brewers' outfield plan has Yelich shifting to left field and García, Braun sharing right

The Brewers are changing their outfield this spring, with Christian Yelich shifting to left field and Ryan Braun and Avisaíl García sharing right field. → Read More

Miller Park economic impact set at $2.5 billion, according to new study chamber of commerce study

The study was commissioned by the area chamber of commerce as the 5 county sales tax nears its sunset. → Read More

Brewers closer Josh Hader lost his arbitration case, but he'll still get a $3.4 million raise

The National League's reliever of the year will receive the club's offer of $4.1 million instead of the $6.4 million he requested. → Read More

Brewers outfielder Tyrone Taylor will be restricted in spring camp after wrist surgery

Brewers outfielder Tyrone Taylor will be restricted from baseball activity for much of spring camp after undergoing wrist surgery in November. → Read More

Brewers infielder Luis Urías has surgery for a broken wrist bone and is expected to miss eight weeks

The new Brewers infielder suffered a broken hamate bone and is unlikely to be ready for the opener March 26. → Read More

Brewers set annual their Arctic Tailgate ticket event for Feb. 15 at Miller Park

Those into winter camping can set up tents for the event beginning at noon Feb. 14. A “very limited” number of opening day tickets will be available. → Read More

Ryan Braun knows 'it's possible' this is his final year with Brewers, and perhaps as player

Brewers veteran Ryan Braun says he has an "increased sense of urgency" for 2020, knowing it could be his last year as a player. → Read More

Fans – and returning players – get a chance to meet newcomers at 'Brewers On Deck' event

The Brewers will introduce a significant number of new teammates at their winter fan fest, giving the players a chance to meet each other. → Read More

Former Brewers reliever Jim Henderson named pitching coach at Class AAA San Antonio

Former Brewers reliever Jim Henderson has been named pitching coach at Class AAA San Antonio for the 2020 season. → Read More

Brewers announce participants, schedule for 'On Deck' event Saturday at Wisconsin Center

The Brewers announced the players, coaches and other participants as well as the schedule for their upcoming "On Deck" event. → Read More

Former Brewers reliever Jeremy Jeffress signs free-agent deal with Chicago Cubs

Veteran reliever Jeremy Jeffress, who served three tours of duty with the Brewers before being released last September, signed with the Chicago Cubs. → Read More

New Brewers infielder Luis Urías is being evaluated for a wrist issue he developed in winter ball

Acquired Nov. 27 from San Diego in a four-player trade, the 22-year-old was expected to compete for the Brewers' starting shortstop job. → Read More

Miller Park will become American Family Field in 2021

The Milwaukee Brewers ballpark will be renamed American Family Field starting on Jan. 1, 2021, American Family Insurance announced today. The ballpark will continue to be named Miller Park for 2020. → Read More