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Brewers, Habitat partnership; Brandon Woodruff shares his skills, time

MILWAUKEE - A Milwaukee Brewers pitcher showed off some skills away from the mound on Friday, May 20. Brandon Woodruff, along with the Famous Racing Sausages, helped out with the building of a home in Milwaukee's Harambee neighborhood. It was part of a partnership with Habitat for Humanity. FOX6 Photojournalist...
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Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Victorious in quality start

Woodruff (5-2) earned the win during Saturday's 5-1 victory over Washington, allowing one run on five hits with six strikeouts in six innings. Woodruff tossed a season-high 100 pitches, with 70 finding the zone, and he stayed out of trouble around a Lane Thomas solo home run in the third inning. The quality start was only the 29-year-old's second in eight turns, though his 11.1 K/9 is nearly a full strikeout better than his career 10.3 mark.

Take Brandon Woodruff, Brewers to bounce back against Marlins

You gotta have heart. Miles and miles and miles of heart. Win or lose, the New York Rangers have shown a lot more heart fighting the Penguins than the Brooklyn Tin Men did against the Celtics. … And the good folks at CNN were all heart. The Wall Street Journal reports the network sent gift packs, including a popcorn maker to fired CNN+ staffers with a note. “This is an incredible moment make the most of your time here.” Eli Manning, a San Diego Charger for a couple of minutes, is wondering where his Chargers popcorn maker is. The Brewers have assumed their position atop the NL Central. Brandon Woodruff takes his turn in Miami. Woodruff was roughed up by the Reds, yes the Reds, for eight runs over his past 10 innings. The Fish go with Elieser Hernandez who surrendered eight runs over his past nine to the D’backs. Like Stitches, both pitchers are navigating through a rough patch. 10 units on the Brews. Mazeika! The Mets watched a 4-0 lead evaporate. Tied at four, Patrick Mazeika’s homer proved to be the winning run. Final, 5-4. Amazin’. Up +103 hadfields.
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Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Picks up win over Marlins

Woodruff (4-2) allowed three runs (one earned) on five hits and two walks over five innings Sunday, striking out six and earning a win over Miami. Woodruff coughed up a two-run single to Payton Henry in the second inning after the frame began with an error. He was then taken deep for a solo shot in the third by Jorge Soler. The 6-foot-4 righty saw his season ERA drop to 5.35 through 33.2 innings, but he's given up five home runs over his last three outings. Woodruff will look to string together victories in his projected home start against Washington next weekend.