13.09.2012 [ESPN] - After all, included in each of the above groups is the Milwaukee Brewers' John Axford, who despite 28 saves has a ghastly 4.62 ERA and 1.46 WHIP, considerably higher than our 3.09/1.23 preseason projections. We're stretching the facts a bit
27.09.2012 [Bleacher Report] - Some would call what happened to the Milwaukee Brewers Thursday afternoon poetic justice. Some would just call it a straight-up kick to the gut. The Brewers entered the bottom of the ninth inning leading the Cincinnati Reds 1-0 after a collective
06.10.2012 [Sportsnet.ca] - John Axford (@JohnAxford) October 6, 2012. Please explain to me where the INFIELD fly rule ends… #misinformed. — Deck McGuire (@deckmcguire) October 5, 2012. One game elimination and a call like that is made? Inexcusable. — Brandon McCarthy
28.09.2012 [Columbus Dispatch] - Frazier jumped a first-pitch fastball from John Axford and drove it over the wall in center to tie the score at 1. After Jay Bruce singled, Navarro ended a nine-pitch encounter with Axford and the game with an RBI triple. “What are you going to do
24.09.2012 [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel] - After starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo exited after five innings, relievers Brandon Kintzler, Francisco Rodriguez, Jim Henderson, Jose Veras and John Axford combined to allow just one hit and no runs. TURNING POINT. After the Nationals chose to
23.09.2012 [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel] - Much of that was due to an inability to protect leads, with John Axford and Francisco Rodriguez taking turns blowing saves. But, after a couple of weeks of pitching in lesser roles, Axford felt he was ready to close again and asked to meet with manager
12.05.2012 Brewers closer John Axford's club-record streak of 49 consecutive converted saves came to an end Friday when he conceded the lead back to the Cubs in the top of the ninth, his first blown save in over a year. After the ...
28.09.2012 [Wisconsin Radio Network] - The slumping Todd Frazier crushed a home run to straight-away centerfield off of John Axford. Then, after a Jay Bruce single, Dioner Navarro sent one into the gap in right center field to score the game winning run in Cincinnati's 2-1 win over the Brewers.