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  • • Shaw (knee bruise), Cain exit against Reds
    The Brewers lost cleanup hitter Travis Shaw to a bruised knee in the fourth inning of Tuesday's game at Miller Park against the Reds, and an inning later, they lost their No. 3 hitter, Lorenzo Cain, too....
  • • Yelich's historic 2nd cycle propels Crew
    A day after the end of an on-base streak that spanned 30 games, Christian Yelich started a new one in historic fashion. Yelich, who has hit his way into the National League MVP debate with a torrid second half, became the fifth player in Major League history to hit for the cycle twice in the same season, and the first to do it twice against the sam...
  • • NL batting race aligns in Reds-Brewers series
    The road to the National League batting title travels through Miller Park this week, though you won't see it on the scoreboard unless you look closely when the Reds' Scooter Gennett and the Brewers' Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain come to bat....
  • • Crew rally falls short, still 2 1/2 back of Cubs
    Back-to-back ninth-inning home runs by Jesus Aguilar and Domingo Santana snapped a streak of 16 scoreless innings, but the Brewers' comeback attempt fell short in a 3-2 loss to the Pirates on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park....
  • • Brewers fall further back in Central with defeat
    Christian Yelich added another line to his resume for the National League Most Valuable Player Award on Saturday at Miller Park....
  • • Yelich hits 30th HR, has reached in 30 straight
    Christian Yelich added another line to his resume for the National League Most Valuable Player Award on Saturday at Miller Park....
  • • Pirates shut down Kela due to workload
    Prior to Saturday's game against the Brewers at Miller Park, the Pirates announced that reliever Keone Kela will not pitch again this season....
  • • 3 HRs, 2-run bunt double help Crew keep pace
    It was a complete team effort for Milwaukee in a 7-4 win over the Pirates at Miller Park on Friday. Christian Yelich, Travis Shaw and Mike Moustakas hit home runs and Lorenzo Cain might have robbed one. Jesus Aguilar added another two-strike RBI to his Major League-leading tally and Orlando Arcia bunted for a two-run double. The win kept the Brewer...
  • • Aguilar welcomes break ahead of stretch run
    Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar is a big man at 6-foot-3 and 250 pounds -- big enough to admit when he needs a breather. Homerless and held to two RBIs through nine games in September, Aguilar conceded a break was in order Wednesday to recharge ahead of Milwaukee's 15 remaining regular-season games. He will be back in the lineup Friday night ag...
  • • Jones done for season after dislocating patella
    Ryder Jones is expected to miss the remainder of the season after dislocating his left patella Sunday during the Giants' 6-3 loss to the Brewers at Miller Park....
  • • Bumgarner gives up slam as Giants' skid hits 8
    Gregor Blanco opened the game with a leadoff home run, but Madison Bumgarner allowed a two-out grand slam to Jonathan Schoop to cap off a tense sixth inning as the Giants' losing streak reached eight games after a 6-3 loss to the Brewers Sunday afternoon at Miller Park....
  • • Schoop's slam in tense 6th frame fuels sweep
    Jonathan Schoop's two-out grand slam off Madison Bumgarner sent Milwaukee to a 6-3 win and a three-game sweep of the Giants at Miller Park. The Brewers pulled within two games of the NL Central-leading Cubs and remained comfortably in the top spot in the NL Wild Card standings. Bumgarner had retired 15 straight batters when he hit Ryan Braun on the...
  • • Jones' HR a spark, but Giants' skid continues
    The San Francisco Giants' moribund offense finally showed signs of life Saturday evening, but it still wasn't enough to snap a losing streak that's now at a season-high seven games after a 4-3 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park....
  • • Crew pads Wild Card lead as Gio solid in debut
    Gio Gonzalez delivered 5 2/3 effective innings in his first Brewers start and was backed by home runs from Travis Shaw and Christian Yelich in a 4-3 win over the Giants at Miller Park. It was a promising restart for Gonzalez, who struggled to a 6.55 ERA in his final eight starts for the Nationals before the Brewers picked him up in an Aug. 31 trade...
  • • Bumgarner aims to extend Miller Park success
    Left-hander Madison Bumgarner looks to stay perfect at Miller Park on Sunday when he takes the mound for the 11:10 a.m. PT series finale against the Brewers. Bumgarner is 3-0 with a 2.36 ERA in four career starts at Milwaukee and the Giants have won each of those four contests. Bumgarner tied his career high with three home runs allowed his last ti...

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  • • Castillo shows off potent changeup in win
    Luis Castillo already had three starts this season, but Monday vs. the Brewers marked the return of the electric pitcher the Reds coveted so much as a rookie in 2017. With a changeup that helped pile up swings and misses, Castillo struck out eight over 6 2/3 innings at Miller Park....
  • • Castillo impressive, strikes out 8 Brewers
    Luis Castillo already had three starts this season, but Monday vs. the Brewers marked the return of the electric pitcher the Reds coveted so much as a rookie in 2017. With a changeup that helped pile up swings and misses, Castillo struck out eight over 6 2/3 innings at Miller Park....
  • • Quintana, Cubs blank Brewers to claim series
    No Anthony Rizzo for the third straight game of the Cubs' early-season showdown with the Brewers at Miller Park? No problem, the way Jose Quintana threw the ball on Sunday....
  • • Top takeaways from first week in NL Central
    Cubs hitters arrived at Miller Park on Thursday with 58 strikeouts through five games, a dubious National League record. Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked what he made of it....
  • • Lester bounces back as Cubs pounce on Crew
    Jon Lester threw out Ryan Braun trying to steal third base to end the first of six scoreless innings for the Cubs left-hander, who was buoyed by Javier Baez's big night in an 8-0 win over the slumping Brewers on Thursday at Miller Park....
  • • Lester's bounce foils Braun's swipe of 3rd base
    Cubs lefty Jon Lester got to test his "Pippen-to-Jordan" pass, and it worked in the first inning on Thursday night against Ryan Braun and the Brewers at Miller Park....
  • • C-Mart leads Cards to shutout, series victory
    Carlos Martinez did his part to help the depleted Cardinals bullpen. He covered all but two outs himself. Martinez carved through the Brewers' lineup for 8 1/3 innings on Wednesday, leading St. Louis to a 6-0 win at Miller Park and a 2-1 series victory over a National League Central Division foe....
  • • C-Mart leads Cards to shutout, series victory
    Carlos Martinez did his part to help the depleted Cardinals bullpen. He covered all but two outs himself. Martinez carved through the Brewers' lineup for 8 1/3 innings on Wednesday, leading St. Louis to a 6-0 win at Miller Park and a 2-1 series victory over a National League Central Division foe....
  • • Cardinals and Brewers did something never seen before
    What makes baseball so great? The answer to that question really depends on the person you ask. If ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian is answering, though, he’d say it’s because on any given night, you can see something at the ballpark that you’ve never seen before.On Tuesday, the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers did just that during an exciting game at ...
  • • Cards-Brewers starts, ends with back-to-back HRs
    Even in Major League Baseball, there’s time for firsts. And on Tuesday night, we got just that from the Cardinals and Brewers at Miller Park. And while it didn’t start well for Milwaukee, it would certainly end well. But for the first time ever, a baseball game started and finished with back-to-back home runs.First, the Cardinals would start the ga...
  • • Making it count: Braun Mr. Clutch to start '18
    What a weird Opening Week for Ryan Braun. He was 2-for-16 to start the regular season as he stepped to the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday, a .125 batting average staring down at him from the scoreboard at Miller Park. An inning earlier, frustration bubbled up after a questionable called third strike. And yet, Braun might be his tea...
  • • Cards mash early, but Crew walks off in stunner
    The Cardinals struck first. The Brewers struck last. After Dexter Fowler and Tommy Pham hit back-to-back home runs in the top of the first inning for the Cardinals, Christian Yelich and Ryan Braun went back-to-back in the bottom of the ninth, Yelich delivering a tying shot and Braun the winner one pitch later, sending the Brewers to a 5-4 win at Mi...
  • • Yelich, Braun go back to back for historic win
    The Cardinals struck first. The Brewers struck last. After Dexter Fowler and Tommy Pham hit back-to-back home runs in the top of the first inning for the Cardinals, Christian Yelich and Ryan Braun went back-to-back in the bottom of the ninth, Yelich delivering a tying shot and Braun the winner one pitch later, sending the Brewers to a 5-4 win at Mi...
  • • Fowler, Pham lead off with back-to-back HRs
    Dexter Fowler and Tommy Pham quickly put an end to Chase Anderson's scoreless 2018 season. At Miller Park on Tuesday night, Fowler ripped the Brewers starter's first pitch over the wall in right-center for his first home run of the season and 24th career leadoff homer. Pham immediately followed with his first homer, depositing a 1-0 pitch to center...
  • • Flaherty to face Brewers in first 2018 start
    Jack Flaherty makes his 2018 debut Tuesday against the Brewers at Miller Park at 6:40 p.m. CT. The 22-year-old was slated to open the year at Triple-A Memphis after posting a 4.60 ERA in five Grapefruit League appearances (four starts), but he was slotted into the back of St Louis' rotation when Adam Wainwright landed on the disabled list to start ...

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