5/20/2015 | Two-out hits sting Broxton in bumpy eighth
New Brewers manager Craig Counsell has shrugged off veteran reliever Jonathan Broxton's early-season statistics as a mere "slump," an annoyance that appeared headed for a correction when Broxton touched 98 mph while holding a one-run lead in Monday's series-opening win against the Tigers.
5/20/2015 | Lohse continues resurgence with solid effort
For the first time this season, the Brewers' choice for Opening Day is working on a streak of quality starts. Five days after breezing through eight innings against the Mets, Kyle Lohse practiced damage control for six innings against the Tigers.
5/20/2015 | Sardinas turning heads since callup
A discussion of baseball instincts with longtime Brewers coach Mike Guerrero began with Luis Sardinas, the barely-22-year-old who has opened eyes during his debut week with the Major League club. Eventually, the talk turned to another young shortstop who once similarly impressed.
5/20/2015 | Garza looks to bounce back in opener vs. Braves
Julio Teheran and Matt Garza will attempt to halt their recent woes when they oppose each other on Thursday night, in the opener of a four-game series between the Braves and the Brewers at Turner Field.
5/19/2015 | Nelson grounds Tigers, cruises to victory
Jimmy Nelson won for the first time since his season debut by turning into a ground-ball machine, allowing no fly balls to the outfield after the third inning during a solid, eight-inning performance that carried the Brewers to an 8-1 win over the Tigers.
5/19/2015 | Lohse rolling into Brewers' sweep bid in Detroit
Right-hander Shane Greene and the Tigers host veteran Kyle Lohse and the Brewers on Wednesday night at Comerica Park in the finale of an Interleague series, with Milwaukee seeking its first three-game sweep of the season.
5/19/2015 | Brewers stun Tigers with 3-homer 3rd inning
What began as a pitching duel between Anibal Sanchez and Jimmy Nelson became a Brewers runaway with three home runs in a nine-pitch span off Sanchez, sending Milwaukee to a second straight win over the Tigers with an 8-1 victory Tuesday night at Comerica Park.
5/19/2015 | Brewers rack up back-to-back-to-back jacks
Ryan Braun, Adam Lind and Aramis Ramirez augmented Carlos Gomez's run-scoring bunt by hitting three consecutive home runs off Tigers starter Anibal Sanchez for a six-run third inning at Comerica Park. They were the Brewers' first back-to-back-to-back home runs since Aug. 27, 2012.
5/19/2015 | Counsell considering addition to Crew's staff
Brewers manager Craig Counsell and general manager Doug Melvin have discussed adding one coach to the staff, and recent reports suggested the top candidate was Pat Murphy, Counsell's former coach at Notre Dame, who is currently managing the Padres' Triple-A El Paso affiliate. But the Padres apparently want to keep Murphy in the fold and "balked" at the Brewers' interest, according to MLB Network's Ken Rosenthal.
5/19/2015 | Brewers' bullpen plays key role in win
Jeremy Jeffress continued his run of success, Jonathan Broxton reversed a recent slump and Francisco Rodriguez notched the save as the Brewers' bullpen shined in a 3-2 win over the Tigers on Monday night.
5/18/2015 | Tigers call on Anibal against Brewers
Tigers right-hander Anibal Sanchez will look to build off one of his best performances of the season on Tuesday night, while the Brewers will start Jimmy Nelson for the second game of a three-game Interleague series at Comerica Park.
5/18/2015 | Go-Town? Gomez lifts Crew in Detroit
The Brewers rolled into Comerica Park and cooled off a Tigers offense that had seemingly heated up in St. Louis. Mike Fiers and the Milwaukee bullpen held down Detroit long enough for Carlos Gomez to strike with a go-ahead RBI single in the seventh for a 3-2 win at Comerica Park.
5/18/2015 | Gomez returns from plunking with homer, winning hit
Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez was not only back in the lineup Monday after getting hit in the head by a Noah Syndergaard fastball on Sunday, he led off the game with a homer and drove in the winning run with a single in the seventh.
5/18/2015 | Cubs trio highlights Prospect Team of the Week
In his first month with the Cubs, Kris Bryant has done nothing but add to the belief that he'll become a superstar. Despite missing Chicago's first eight games in an apparent attempt to leverage his service time, he leads the team with 24 RBIs and 24 walks in 29 games while batting a cool .291/.426/.476.
5/18/2015 | Gennett optioned by Crew; Knebel recalled
The Brewers have optioned second baseman Scooter Gennett to Triple-A Colorado Springs and recalled right-hander Corey Knebel from Triple-A.
5/17/2015 | Fiers leads Crew into Detroit for first time since '09
New manager Craig Counsell knows the Brewers will have their hands full beginning Monday, when they make their first visit to Detroit since being swept by the Tigers in an Interleague series in 2009. Brewers right-hander Mike Fiers and Tigers left-hander Kyle Lobstein will square off in Monday's series opener.
5/17/2015 | Syndergaard drops hammer, earns 1st MLB win
Noah Syndergaard dreamed about the moment for months and then dazzled in his home debut Sunday, tossing six one-run innings to earn his first Major League victory as the Mets topped the Brewers, 5-1, to earn a series win.
5/17/2015 | C. Gomez hit in head, avoids concussion
The smile on Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez's face confirmed the good news which had been delivered earlier by the team's medical staff. The All-Star was bruised and sore, but otherwise unharmed after being struck in the head Sunday by a 97-mph fastball from Mets phenom Noah Syndergaard.
5/17/2015 | Levering set for 1st regular-season broadcast
The Brewers will feature a Major League debut on Monday. Not on the field at Comerica Park, but up in the broadcast booth. With Bob Uecker skipping select road series for the second straight season, newcomer Jeff Levering will make his big league debut alongside Joe Block.
5/17/2015 | Counsell not concerned by Smith's split stats
Will Smith entered Sunday with some splits that caught the eye of Brewers coaches. Six of the first eight hits he's allowed this season were produced by left-handed batters.
5/16/2015 | Garza eager to 'flush' ugly start from memory
Matt Garza followed his best start of the season with the worst start of his career, absorbing most of the beating in the Brewers' 14-1 loss to the Mets on a rainy Saturday night at Citi Field.
5/16/2015 | Mets ride 10-run inning to pour it on Brewers
Propelled by a historically potent fourth inning, the Mets exceeded their combined run total over the past five games to snap out of a three-week offensive slump and drop the Brewers, 14-1, on Saturday night at Citi Field.
5/16/2015 | Syndergaard set to make home debut against Crew
Citi Field will be buzzing Sunday afternoon when the latest promising Mets pitching prospect makes his home debut. Noah Syndergaard will work opposite Milwaukee's Wily Peralta as the Mets and Brewers finish a three-game series.
5/16/2015 | Sardinas makes Crew debut on 22nd birthday
The most advanced player acquired in the Yovani Gallardo trade made his Brewers debut on Saturday. Luis Sardinas knows the stakes involved in his first big league audition for his new team.
5/16/2015 | Gennett expects his luck to turn at the plate
Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett doesn't need to look up at the scoreboard these days to know that he's been struggling. "I know what's going on up there," he said Saturday.
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