Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Todd Rosiak

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Recent articles by Todd:

Oak Creek guard Jasin Sinani makes it official by signing with UW-Milwaukee

The 6-foot-3 guard averaged 17.5 points, 7.6 rebounds and five assists per game last season, and is Oak Creek's first Division I signee since 1996. → Read More

UWM's Horizon League schedule features a unique 20-game setup, with no fans at home games to start

The Panthers open at UWGB on Dec. 19 and will play opponents on consecutive days. No fans will be allowed at home games through at least December. → Read More

Live coverage: Brewers vs. Dodgers, Game 2, NL wild-card series

The Brewers must defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers tonight in Game 2 of their NL wild-card series to avoid elimination from the playoffs. → 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

Brent Suter, the ultimate team player for the Brewers, is ready for the biggest start of his career

The left-hander has done well both as a spot starter and a reliever this season. But with Corbin Burnes out, he'll open against the Dodgers in Game 1. → 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

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

No longer able to play through quadriceps strain, Brewers' Ben Gamel goes on injured list

Brewers outfielder Ben Gamel tried playing through a quadriceps strain but it finally became too much and he was placed on the injured list Sunday. → Read More

Hard-throwing rookie Drew Rasmussen quickly carved out a niche in the Brewers' bullpen

The right-hander recorded his first major-league victory on Friday and has posted a 2.13 ERA in nine appearances. → Read More

Thankful for a clean slate, Daniel Vogelbach has made the most of his chance with the Brewers

On his third team in this pandemic-shortened season, Daniel Vogelbach is getting a chance to play every day as the DH and making the most of it. → Read More

Live coverage: Brewers vs. Cardinals

Follow beat writers Tom Haudricourt and Todd Rosiak on Twitter as they provide live updates from the Brewers' game against St. Louis on Tuesday night. → Read More

Brewers are not the only NL Central team struggling to score as pitchers dominate the short season

Three of the lowest-scoring teams in the National League play in the NL Central, and even the best team ranks ninth of the 15 teams. → Read More

Brewers 2, Cardinals 1 (eight innings): Better late than never as Braun, Hiura deliver a win

Ryan Braun tied the game with a double and Keston Hiura won it with a sacrifice fly in Game 1 of the teams' doubleheader Monday at Miller Park. → Read More

Released a year ago by the Brewers, reliever Jeremy Jeffress has bounced back with the Cubs

Reliever Jeremy Jeffress' career appeared in jeopardy when he was released last September by the Brewers but he has bounced back nicely with the Cubs. → Read More

The shortened season has been more challenging than expected, Brewers closer Josh Hader says

Even though teams will play 60 games rather than 162, the unique 2020 regular schedule is taking an unexpected toll on players. → Read More

Avisaíl García has been a team player as the Brewers' starter in center, but 'it's been a grind'

The 29-year-old has the physical gifts to play center, and he's done an admirable job so far. But it's also taking a toll physically. → Read More

Since making his Brewers debut on Aug. 10, Luis Urías has played well across the infield

The 23-year-old infielder has settled in at third base recently and looked comfortable there defensively while also developing with the bat. → Read More