Brewers News

  • Crew piles on runs to back Garza's solid effort

    Matt Garza didn't just avoid the sort of first-inning mess that befell him five days earlier, he allowed only one run in eight innings and was rewarded with an avalanche of runs as the Brewers rolled to a 9-1 win at Miller Park on Thursday night.

  • Brewers' Jeffress latest mentee of Dabney to debut

    Could Jeremy Jeffress be the latest late-bloomer to find success in the Brewers' bullpen after a visit with a certain Minor League pitching coach? Fred Dabney has previously had a hand in similar successes.

  • Mets lose replay challenge in 7th against Brewers

    Mets manager Terry Collins lost a challenge in the seventh inning of Thursday night's game against Milwaukee that kept his leadoff hitter from reaching base.

  • Gallardo aims to get back on track vs. Mets

    Yovani Gallardo will get the start for Milwaukee on Friday against the Mets, and he'll be looking for his first win since June 19. He's been streaky this season. He will square off against the Mets' Zack Wheeler.

  • Lohse helps Crew cruise to sweep of Reds

    Kyle Lohse allowed just one run in 6 2/3 innings and Mark Reynolds hit a pair of home runs as the Brewers downed the Reds, 5-1, on Wednesday at Miller Park.

  • Jeffress impresses in return to Brewers

    Starting things off with a 97-mph fastball and wrapping up by hitting triple digits on the radar gun, Jeremy Jeffress made quite a first impression in his second chance with the Brewers on Wednesday.

  • Aramis reaches 2,000-game milestone

    Before playing the 2,000th game of his Major League career on Wednesday, Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez said definitively for the first time that he intends to keep going.

  • Brewers host PLAY Campaign event at Miller Park

    The scene at Miller Park on Thursday morning was a beautiful one to Brewers head athletic trainer Dan Wright, who stood near the home dugout and watched a group of 75 kids scattered across the outfield grass, playing baseball.

  • Crew's Gennett day to day with quad injury

    As expected, Scooter Gennett was out of the Brewers' lineup for Wednesday's matchup against Cincinnati, and manager Ron Roenicke said the second baseman is not likely to return for a few days.

  • Brewers receive extra Draft pick for 2015

    For the second straight year, the Brewers will have a pick in Competitive Balance Round A of the First-Year Player Draft.

  • Lucroy lifts Brewers to walk-off win

    After rookie starter Jimmy Nelson spoiled six strong innings with a seventh-inning letdown, Jonathan Lucroy's walk-off homer in the ninth gave the Brewers a 4-3 win over the Reds on Tuesday at Miller Park.

  • Roenicke airs displeasure at lost challenge

    The Brewers were crying foul on Tuesday after losing a replay challenge they were sure they would win. "We got bad calls," said Ron Roenicke, whose ire was softened by the fact that his team defeated the Reds, 4-3, on Jonathan Lucroy's home run in the bottom of the ninth inning.

  • MLB Notebook: Lucroy powers Brewers

    All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy continued his outstanding 2014 season Tuesday, hitting two of the Brewers' four solo home runs -- including walk-off shot in ninth -- in a 4-3 Milwaukee win over the Reds.

  • Lucroy wants to play through funk

    On the same day he was honored for his heart and hustle, Jonathan Lucroy insisted that he has enough left in the tank to fuel him through the dog days of summer.

  • Gennett day to day after exiting with tight quad

    Rickie Weeks took over at second base for Scooter Gennett in the fourth inning of Tuesday's game after Gennett felt renewed tightness in his right quadriceps.

  • Roenicke on trade talk: 'I like what we have'

    On Tuesday, with fewer than 10 days remaining before the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, manager Ron Roenicke expressed confidence in his club as it's currently constructed.

  • Cincy gaffes help Crew edge ahead in Central

    Milwaukee took advantage of two Cincinnati errors and several other fielding miscues to score five runs over two frames in a 5-2 victory at Miller Park.