6/29/2015 | Lucroy does it all in four-hit game vs. Phillies
Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy continued a sensational stretch in the field and hoped he began one at the plate in Monday's 7-4 win over the Phillies.
6/29/2015 | Crew's pro scouting director preps for Deadline
Brewers pro scouting director Zack Minasian would have preferred to spend Monday prepping for a midseason addition. But despite a 7-4 win over the Phillies in which the Brewers matched their season high with 16 hits, the reality of a sellof looms.
6/29/2015 | Hamels, Phils set to battle Jungmann, Crew
One of the hottest batters in the National League will face off against one of the hottest potential trade commodities in baseball Tuesday when Ryan Braun and the Brewers visit Cole Hamels and the Phillies for the second game of a four-game series.
6/29/2015 | Davis, Peralta take big steps in comebacks
There was progress Monday for the two most prominent members of Milwaukee's disabled list. While right-hander Wily Peralta was throwing off a mound for the first time since suffering a left oblique strain, the Brewers were finalizing plans for outfielder Khris Davis to test his surgically repaired left knee in a Minor League rehabilitation assignment.
6/29/2015 | Brewers need big final push on ASG ballot
With online All-Star balloting down to its final days, the Brewers found themselves on the outside looking in Monday on the 2015 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot.
6/29/2015 | Brewers' bats come alive to down Phillies
For the Brewers Monday, the sixth inning was just a better version of the first five. After recording at least one hit in each of the first five innings, the Brewers kept swinging in the sixth, starting off the inning with six straight hits, scoring three runs and seizing the lead. Milwaukee never looked back from that point, defeating the Phillies, 7-4.
6/28/2015 | Nelson aims to build on stellar start vs. Phillies
The teams with Major League Baseball's two poorest records will meet for a four-game series beginning Monday, when Jimmy Nelson leads the Brewers into Citizens Bank Park against Sean O'Sullivan and the Phillies.
6/28/2015 | Brewers finally find power at Miller Park
The Brewers turned back the clock back to 2011 on Sunday, when the starting pitcher worked seven quality innings, a reliever preserved a tie and someone popped a go-ahead home run.
6/28/2015 | Braun, Lind blast off, lift Crew to series win
Ryan Braun and Adam Lind hit two-run home runs in the eighth inning to lift the Brewers to a 5-3 win over the Twins on Sunday at Miller Park.
6/28/2015 | Peralta frustrated by slow recovery process
With another week gone by without being able to get up on the mound, Brewers starter Wily Peralta expressed growing frustration about his slow comeback from a strained left oblique.
6/27/2015 | Garza runs into trouble in 5th, gets 10th loss
The worst season of Matt Garza's career reached a dubious milepost Saturday, when he became the second pitcher in the Majors to reach double-digit losses in a 5-2 loss to the Twins at Miller Park.
6/27/2015 | Counsell makes case for Parra's value
All of the traits that make Gerardo Parra a leading candidate to be the first player traded as part of the Brewers' upcoming "reset" also make him arguably the team's first-half MVP. Manager Craig Counsell made a strong case for Parra's contributions on Saturday morning.
6/27/2015 | Braun expected to start as Fiers faces Milone
Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun is expected back from what manager Craig Counsell characterized as a routine day off when Milwaukee and Minnesota complete their season series on Sunday at Miller Park. Milwaukee's Mike Fiers will start against Minnesota's Tommy Milone.
6/27/2015 | Escobar, Hunter power Twins over Crew
Eduardo Escobar hit a go-ahead, three-run home run in the fifth inning, Torii Hunter added insurance with a pair of solo homers, and the Twins evened their Interleague series by beating Matt Garza and the Brewers, 5-2, on Saturday at Miller Park.
6/27/2015 | Lohse joins select pitching fraternity
You can save your old man jokes. Kyle Lohse heard every one of them from his teammates after making a bit of baseball history on Friday.
6/26/2015 | Dozier, Parra hit leadoff HRs in Twins-Crew tilt
The Brewers' 10-4 win over the Twins on Friday night began with a couple of bangs. Minnesota's Brian Dozier and Milwaukee's Gerardo Parra became the second set of opponents to hit leadoff home runs in the same game this season.
6/26/2015 | Starters seek solid footing as Twins, Brewers meet in Milwaukee
Kyle Gibson and Matt Garza will look to turn their fortunes around on Saturday, as the Twins and Brewers continue their Interleague series at Miller Park.
6/26/2015 | Molitor returns to Milwaukee roots
Paul Molitor returned to Milwaukee on Friday night, still a winner in the standings and still suitably grateful for his experiences with the Brewers.
6/26/2015 | Cotts credits mechanics for recent success
A new name joined a long list of Brewers churning through the trade rumor mill this week, when a national writer suggested left-hander Neal Cotts has been drawing some interest from contending teams as Milwaukee general manager Doug Melvin eyes a selloff.
6/25/2015 | Jungmann shows ability, poise beyond years
Taylor Jungmann's fourth career start on Thursday in a 2-0 loss to the Mets wasn't his best outing in a Brewers uniform, but it might've been one of his most impressive.
6/25/2015 | Brewers Draft pick closes out CWS
The Brewers' second pick in this month's Draft capped a life-changing month on Thursday night, when University of Virginia left-hander Nathan Kirby threw the final pitch that sealed the Cavaliers' first baseball national championship.
6/25/2015 | Arcia to play in All-Star Futures Game
Brewers top prospect Orlando Arcia was selected to participate in the Sirius XM All-Star Futures Game, which will take place July 12 at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.
6/24/2015 | Nelson cruises after getting through first
It was evident from the start that it was going to be the good version of Jimmy Nelson on Wednesday night.The 26-year-old Brewers starter, in the midst of a roller-coaster ride of a first full season in the Major Leagues, had allowed at least one first-inning run in seven of his last nine starts, but he carved through the first three Mets batters on this night with only 12 pitches.
6/24/2015 | deGrom seeks to continue dominance in Milwaukee finale
It will be a battle of young hurlers when the Mets, who have dropped seven straight games, and Brewers wrap up their three-game series on Thursday at Miller Park. Jacob deGrom, pitching in his second Major League season, gets the call for New York, while rookie Taylor Jungmann is set to make his fourth career start for Milwaukee.
6/24/2015 | Davis takes BP as Minor League rehab nears
Brewers left fielder Khris Davis took batting practice on the field Wednesday for the first time since undergoing surgery on his right knee, and could be a week or so away from beginning a Minor League rehabilitation assignment.
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