Brewers News

  • Lohse's strong start undone as Brewers fall

    The first two-out walk came back to bite Brewers starter Kyle Lohse on Monday night. Judging by his reaction, the second two-out walk hurt even more. Lohse cringed after he couldn't get a call on the second of those ball fours, and Rays first baseman James Loney cashed in by blooping a bases-loaded single for the Rays' only runs in the Brewers' 2-1 loss to Tropicana Field.

  • Brewers' Melvin, aides prep for Trade Deadline

    Doug Melvin needed some extra chairs in the visiting general manager's suite at Tropicana Field on Monday.

  • Brewers' Kranitz garners thanks from Maddux

    Brewers pitching coach Rick Kranitz was honored to hear that his name was part of Greg Maddux's Hall of Fame induction speech on Sunday. Maddux thanked Kranitz for helping him develop a changeup.

  • Rays lose challenge on potential double play

    The Rays used their challenge on a potential inning-ending double-play ball in the third inning of Monday's series opener against the Brewers.

  • Brewers' Garza set to face former team Rays

    Matt Garza, who has a 3.87 ERA and is coming off an eight-inning outing where he surrendered one run, leads a Brewers squad that has continued its stronghold on the division against Tampa Bay and Alex Cobb on Tuesday night at Tropicana Field.

  • Brewers prospect Delmonico suspended

    Brewers Minor League third baseman Nick Delmonico was suspended 50 games under the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program after testing positive for an amphetamine, the Commissioner's Office announced on Monday.

  • One swing spoils day for Nelson, Brewers

    Rookie right-hander Jimmy Nelson allowed just two runs over seven innings, but Mets rookie Jacob deGrom was even better as the Brewers dropped a 2-0 decision Sunday afternoon.

  • History suggests Brewers will make a deal

    Brewers general manager Doug Melvin has been downplaying the urgency to make a deal ahead of Thursday's 3 p.m. CT non-waiver Trade Deadline, but history says the likelihood of some sort of move is high.

  • Nelson, Taylor still top Brewers' Top 20 list

    With the passing of the Draft signing deadline, teams have had a recent influx of talent into their farm systems, and with that, MLBPipeline.com has updated the Top 20 Prospects lists of all 30 teams.

  • Brewers' Gennett returns as pinch-hitter

    Second baseman Scooter Gennett, held out of the starting lineup to give his ailing right quad muscle one additional day, was used as a pinch-hitter Sunday against the Mets.

  • Brewers scanning market, won't force deals

    With the non-waiver Trade Deadline coming on Thursday, Brewers general manager Doug Melvin is perusing the list of available players, but he feels no urgency to just make a deal.

  • Collins, Mets lose ninth-inning challenge

    Terry Collins lost a challenge in the ninth inning of Sunday's game against Milwaukee that kept a Brewers runner on first base.

  • Henderson bobbleheads might not arrive

    Due to mechanical issues, the truck carrying the Jim Henderson bobbleheads may not arrive in time for the Brewers to distribute them on Sunday at Miller Park.

  • Brewers ride two-out rally to victory vs. Mets

    Despite being far from sharp, Wily Peralta battled through 5 2/3 innings to win his third consecutive start as the Brewers rallied for a 5-2 victory over the Mets on Saturday night.

  • Reynolds out at first as Mets win challenge

    Mets manager Terry Collins successfully challenged a call in the eighth inning of New York's 5-2 loss to the Brewers on Saturday night at Miller Park.

  • Gallardo's gem goes for naught as Brewers edged late

    Lucas Duda's two-run homer capped a three-run ninth-inning off closer Francisco Rodriguez as the Mets rallied for a 3-2 victory over the Brewers on Friday night, wasting a superb outing by starter Yovani Gallardo and snapping Milwaukee's four-game winning streak.

  • Brewers being cautious with Gennett's tight quad

    The Brewers are content to take a cautious approach with second baseman Scooter Gennett, who has been out since leaving Tuesday's game with a tight right quad muscle.

  • Roenicke hoping for more patience, consistency from Brewers

    Manager Ron Roenicke hopes a pair of walks that fueled a four-run inning in Thursday's 9-1 victory over the Mets is indicative of a team starting to collectively swing the bat better.