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About Jamie Mellor - RotoBaller

I am not sure what to say yet. Oh, I am losing my hair. I choose to see it as a sign that I am slowly ascending into a higher being of energy. I will then travel the internet. Something fantasy related ? I have been playing since sometime in the 1990's.

Jamie Mellor - RotoBaller has written 1663 articles so far, you can find them below.


Jeremy Jeffress With A Rough Last Outing In 2018

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Jeremy Jeffress took one last blow in a rough 2018 postseason Saturday in NLCS Game 7. With the Dodgers up 2-1 in the sixth inning, Jeffress came into the game with a runner at first base and no one out. After the first batter singled off of him, he bounced back... Read More

1 year ago

Jhoulys Chacin Takes Final Loss Of Milwaukee's Season

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Jhoulys Chacin finally got beat in the 2018 National League stretch run. He had taken the ball in Game 163 with the division on the line and dominated. Chacin took the ball in the NLDS and held down a strong Rockies offense. He had taken the ball in NLCS Game 3... Read More

1 year ago

Christian Yelich Has One Last Blast In 2018

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich went down swinging in NLCS Game 7 Saturday. As the second batter in the bottom of the first inning, he would drill a solo homer to give the Brewers the early run. Later, trailing 2-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning, Yelich would drive a ball over the head... Read More

1 year ago

Wade Miley Solid Friday in NLCS Game 6

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Wade Miley came back from his notable one-batter start Wednesday to help keep the team alive in the playoffs Friday. He would only last 4 1/3 innings but he bounced back from allowing a lead-off homer to start the game to hold the Dodgers to just two runs. While Miley was... Read More

1 year ago

Lorenzo Cain Scores Twice In NLCS Game 6

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Lorenzo Cain performed well Friday in his role as the table-setter in NLCS Game 6. Cain would come around to score twice, including one in the first inning after the Dodgers had jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the top of the inning. Cain's position at the top of the order... Read More

1 year ago


Jesus Aguilar With A Big NLCS Game 6

Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar stepped up when his team needed it Friday versus Los Angeles. The Dodgers had the momentum with a 3-2 lead in the series and a 1-0 lead in Game 6 when Aguilar doubled in two runs to give the Brewers the lead. Milwaukee would take the momentum from there... Read More

1 year ago

Lorenzo Cain With RBI In NLCS Game 5

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Lorenzo Cain gave the Brewers the lead early in NLCS Game 5 Wednesday. His third-inning double drove Orlando Arcia to give the Brewers a 1-0 lead against Clayton Kershaw. Milwaukee had not led at any point during the 13 innings Tuesday. Cain was also thrown out trying to steal second base in... Read More

1 year ago

Brandon Woodruff Takes Loss In NLCS Game 5

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Brandon Woodruff performed well in relief Wednesday versus Los Angeles. He came in with no one out in the first inning and kept the Dodgers down until an unearned run in the fifth inning. He would eventually struggle in the sixth and leave after 5 1/3 innings having allowed three runs... Read More

1 year ago

Gio Gonzalez's Season Likely Over

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez (ankle) has likely had his season ended after Tuesday's NLCS Game 4. Following allowing a run in the first inning, Gonzalez jumped to try to snag a batted ball by Yasiel Puig in the second inning. Upon landing, Gonzalez rolled his ankle and winced. After trying to work it... Read More

1 year ago

Travis Shaw Hits Key Triple Monday In NLCS Game 3

Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Travis Shaw struck again Monday in NLCS Game 3. After impacting Game 2 with a homer off a lefty, which was rare for Shaw, he got to face a righty Monday. He would take advantage with a triple off the wall in the sixth inning, which lead to him scoring the... Read More

1 year ago


Ryan Braun Drives In Run Monday

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun made his mark on the NLCS Monday versus the Dodgers. After a one-out walk in the first inning to Christian Yelich, Braun would double deep into the outfield which drove Yelich home. As the Brewers would shut out the Dodgers, Braun's hit would go down as the game-winning RBI. Braun... Read More

1 year ago

Orlando Arcia Finds Seats Monday In NLCS Game 3

Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia went deep for the second straight game Monday versus Los Angeles. His two-run homer extended the lead to 4-0, which turned out to be the final score. The addition of a few insurance runs may end up having an effect on the series beyond simply padding Arcia's stats. It likely... Read More

1 year ago

Jhoulys Chacin Earns Win In NLCS Game 3

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Jhoulys Chacin held down the Dodgers in NLCS Game 3 Monday. He went 5 1/3 innings holding the Dodgers scoreless. He would strike out six and seemed to be in control. Chacin would earn the win as the Brewers would go on to win 4-0. Chacin has produced three straight strong... Read More

1 year ago

Orlando Arcia Strikes Again Saturday

Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia continued his October hot streak Saturday in NLCS Game 2. In six games in October, he has scored six runs on eight hits and hit two homers. Saturday, his homer would break a scoreless tie in the fifth inning. For your information, the mighty Arcia had a total of three... Read More

1 year ago

Travis Shaw Shows Off Power In NLCS Game 2

Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Travis Shaw looked like two different hitters over the course of NLCS Game 2 Saturday. Facing the left-handed starter Hyun-Jin Ryu, Shaw was held down and without a hit, while Ryu was in the game. It was not necessarily unexpected as Shaw was basically a .200 hitter versus lefties with only... Read More

1 year ago


Jeremy Jeffress Struggling In NLCS So Far

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Jeremy Jeffress has been struggling in the first two games of the NLCS. In Game 1, he managed to only record one out while giving up two hits before he was pulled. He did not get credited with any runs allowed but did not look good. The next day in Game... Read More

1 year ago

Wade Miley A Big Factor Early In NLCS Game 2

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Wade Miley dominated the first six innings of NLCS Game 2 Saturday. Miley went 5 2/3 innings allowing no runs and allowing only two hits. At one point, he retired 16 straight batters. Offensively, he would record two hits himself and come around to score the second Milwaukee run. It was... Read More

1 year ago

Corey Knebel Earns Save In NLCS Game 1

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Corey Knebel did not have a smooth road to a save Friday versus Los Angeles. He came in with the Brewers up 6-4 in the ninth inning. He would allow an RBI triple that put the tying run 90 feet away before striking out Justin Turner to end the game. Knebel... Read More

1 year ago

Brandon Woodruff Earns Win Friday Versus The Dodgers

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Brandon Woodruff had an interesting game in NLCS Game 1. He came in as a relief pitcher in the third inning. Woodruff would lead off the bottom of the third by hitting a solo homer that would tie the game at 1-1. He would finish off two innings and leave with... Read More

1 year ago

Domingo Santana Clutch Off The Bench Friday In NLCS Game 1

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Domingo Santana made his one at-bat count on Friday versus Los Angeles. Pinch-hitting for the pitcher, he would single in two runs to make it 4-1. Santana would then steal second and come around to score. His single was the last pitch that Clayton Kershaw would throw in the game. Santana possesses... Read More

1 year ago


Jesus Aguilar With Key Blast Friday Versus Los Angeles

Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar hit what looked to be an insurance blast Friday versus the Dodgers. Up 5-1 in the bottom of the seventh, Aguilar provided a solo HR off rookie reliever Julio Urias to make it 6-1. However, the Brewers had already used Josh Hader for three innings so they moved to... Read More

1 year ago

Keon Broxton Finishes Off NLDS Game 3 Scoring

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Keon Broxton came off the bench to contribute Sunday versus Colorado. He would spend most of the game on the bench but in his lone at-bat, he would homer in the ninth inning. Broxton only had four HR in 52 games this season but in 2017, he had 15 HR and 21... Read More

1 year ago

Orlando Arcia Plays Adds Homer Sunday Versus Colorado

Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia concluded a week that had started with him as a hero by adding another moment of production Sunday. With the Brewers up 2-0 in the ninth inning, Arcia would homer to add an extra run to the lead. He had only three homers during the regular season so it was... Read More

1 year ago

Jesus Aguilar Strikes A Key Blast In NLDS Game 3

Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar flexed his muscles and doubled the lead Sunday versus Colorado. He would drive the ball 418 feet into the Coors Field air and gave the Brewers an insurance run to make it 2-0. He homered 35 times during the regular season so this was not a shocking result for... Read More

1 year ago

Wade Miley Has Short But Successful NLDS Game 3 Outing

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Wade Miley did not last long enough for the win Sunday but got the Brewers off to a strong start versus Colorado. He shut out the Rockies for 4 2/3 innings before giving way to the bullpen. A series of relievers would continue the shutout for the rest of the game... Read More

1 year ago


Mike Moustakas Scores NLDS Game 2 Winner

Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Mike Moustakas played a critical role for the second straight game Friday. After driving in the game-winner in Game 1, Moustakas would play a role in two key runs in Game 2. In the fourth inning, he would score the first run of the game which would become the eventual game-winner.... Read More

1 year ago

Erik Kratz Drives In Two Runs In NLDS Game 2

Milwaukee Brewers catcher Erik Kratz stepped up to land the last blow Friday in NLDS Game 2. In the eighth inning with the Brewers up 2-0, Kratz would single in two more runs. At the time, it felt like a big hit because the day before, the Rockies had scored twice in the ninth inning... Read More

1 year ago

Jeremy Jeffress Earns Save In NLDS Game 2

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Jeremy Jeffress bounced back from a poor Game 1 to earn the save in Game 2 of the NLDS. He would come in to take care of the eighth inning against Colorado and then finished them off in the ninth for a two-inning save. The performance is likely a relief for fans... Read More

1 year ago

Jhoulys Chacin Victorious In NLDS Game 2

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Jhoulys Chacin followed up a strong Monday outing with another on Friday versus Colorado. He would go five innings without allowing a run. He would earn a win as the Brewers would go on to win 4-0 in Game 2 of the NLDS. Chacin played a large role in the Brewers... Read More

1 year ago

Joakim Soria With NLDS Game 1 Win Thursday

Milwaukee Brewers relief pitcher Joakim Soria picked up the win Thursday versus Colorado. After losing the lead in the ninth inning, Milwaukee sent Soria out there to hold the Rockies down. He did his job and picked up the win when the Brewers won it in the bottom of the inning. Soria spent some time... Read More

1 year ago


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