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:

Brewers reach agreement on contract with free agent Luke Maile, giving them six catchers

Luke Maile has been a backup with Tampa Bay and Toronto and was expected to make Pittsburgh's roster in 2020 before being injured. → Read More

Brewers add catching prospect Feliciano, pitchers Bettinger and File to 40-man roster

The Brewers added catching prospect Mario Feliciano and right-handers Alec Bettinger and Dylan File to their 40-man roster Friday. → Read More

Brewers promote Matt Arnold to general manager, dividing duties atop baseball operation

The Brewers promoted Matt Arnold from assistant general manager to general manager, dividing the duties atop the baseball operation. → Read More

Brewers deny permission to Mets to interview David Stearns for president of baseball operations

David Stearns was given the title of president of baseball operations in January 2019 when he signed a multiyear contract extension with the Brewers. → Read More

Brewers reliever Devin Williams is the 2020 National League Jackie Robinson rookie of year

The right-hander with the wicked changeup received 14 of 30 first-place votes and became the third Brewer to win the award. → Read More

As the Brewers name their staff for 2021, one familiar coach finds himself in a significantly different role

The team said Jason Lane and Quintin Berry would serve as base coaches, without being specific. Bullpen catcher Marcus Hanel was not renewed. → Read More

Brewers reliever Devin Williams is a finalist for 2020 National League rookie of the year

Already the National League reliever of the year, the right-handed setup man was among the top three vote-getters in balloting by the BBWA. → Read More

Ryan Braun joins the free agent list as the Brewers decline their end of a $15 million mutual option

Given budget restrictions, his turning 37 in November and injuries that limited him to 39 games, Braun's free agency was inevitable → Read More

Despite many unknowns, the Brewers' David Stearns is preparing to make decisions for 2021

There are still many unknowns for baseball teams but the Brewers' David Stearns is preparing to make decisions for the 2021 season. → Read More

Waiver claim and sidearmer Eric Yardley has been as reliable as they come out of Brewers' bullpen

Josh Hader and Devin Williams get most of the attention, but reliever Eric Yardley has developed into Craig Counsell's security blanket. → Read More

Five things to watch in the Brewers-Dodgers wild-card series

Here are five things to watch in the Brewers-Dodgers wild-card series that begins Wednesday night. → Read More

Brewers' strikeout sensation Devin Williams out for playoff series in L.A. with shoulder issue

The Brewers' pitching staff, already missing top starter Corbin Burnes, have now lost relief sensation Devin Williams with a sore shoulder. → Read More

Brewers considered huge underdog against Dodgers but Counsell says 'I like our chances'

The Brewers are considered huge underdogs in their playoff series against the Dodgers but manager Craig Counsell said he likes his team's chances. → Read More

Burnes would have pitched Game 1 vs. Dodgers but his injury forces change in pitching plans

The Brewers had Corbin Burnes lined up to pitch Game 1 of the playoffs but his injury has forced a change of plans against the Dodgers. → Read More

Brewers have found a way to compete for a playoff spot for four consecutive seasons

The 2020 season has been a challenge in many ways for the Brewers but they have been in the playoff hunt for the fourth consecutive year. → Read More

Brewers 3, Cardinals 0: With opportunities waning, the Brewers take the first game of a doubleheader

In need of a win to make a final push for the playoffs, the Brewers took the opener of a doubleheader Friday in St. Louis. → Read More

Corbin Burnes – the Brewers' best starter lately – goes on the injured list, likely ending his season

The right-hander, who has been the team's best starter, was believed to have a lower-back issue, but an MRI confirmed it's his left oblique. → Read More

Josh Lindblom has sharpened his game entering his big start for the Brewers Friday

The right-hander improving his fastball command during a brief stint in the bullpen. He has allowed six hits and one run in 10⅓ innings since. → Read More

Adrian Houser is fighting through a rough patch. The Brewers really need him to break out of it Wednesday.

After a long stretch of mostly poor outings, Brewers right-hander Adrian Houser faces the Reds in a huge game Wednesday. → Read More

Daniel Vogelbach's contributions to the Brewers go beyond what you've seen on the field

Since joining the Brewers a few weeks back, Daniel Vogelbach has been a spark on the field and in the clubhouse and dugout. → Read More