Brewers News

  • Fiers, Brewers offense take apart Blue Jays

    Coming off a weekend sweep of the mighty Dodgers, the Brewers didn't skip a beat Tuesday night as they slugged their way to a 6-1 win over Toronto at Miller Park.

  • Brewers' Henderson has shoulder surgery

    At least Brewers reliever Jim Henderson had a smile on his face Tuesday as a tough 2014 season came to a formal end.

  • Brewers' Lohse, Garza return dates in sight

    Target dates were in sight Tuesday for the returns of Brewers starter Kyle Lohse and Matt Garza from injuries. The team hopes to restore Lohse to the rotation next week in San Diego after he missed a start with a sore ankle, and Garza has been put on a path to return from a rib-cage strain sometime during the first week of September.

  • Brewers form Creative Council

    In an effort to better appeal to budding baseball fans, the Brewers this week introduced the "Brewers Creative Council," a team of young professionals that will help develop and evaluate future promotions and marketing strategies.

  • Blue Jays turn to Dickey vs. Brewers

    The Blue Jays will look to R.A. Dickey to get them back on track on Wednesday afternoon as they wrap up their series against the Brewers at Miller Park. Jimmy Nelson will get the ball for the Brewers, who'll be looking to sweep the two-game series.

  • Spencer: Roenicke among MLB's top skippers

    Carlos Gomez has put in the hours under the Spring Training sun, working on his stroke, his baserunning, his routes in center field, his throwing accuracy. But if you ask him the source of his transformation into one of the game's most exciting and productive players, he nods toward the office of Brewers manager Ron Roenicke.

  • Lucroy drives in five as Crew sweeps Dodgers

    Jonathan Lucroy logged five RBIs in the first two innings, Wily Peralta tied for the Major League lead with his 15th victory, and the Brewers finished a sweep of the Dodgers to move into a tie atop the National League with their 70th win with a 7-2 victory on Sunday.

  • Wagner throws seven scoreless innings

    Right-hander Tyler Wagner, the Brewers' No. 14 prospect, threw seven scoreless innings Monday, as Class A Advanced Brevard County defeated Tampa, 8-0. Wagner struck out eight batters, his second highest total of the season. He worked effectively around five hits and two walks, authoring his 14th quality start in 23 games this season.

  • Brewers' Gennett nearing return to full speed

    Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett believes it won't be much longer before he's once again running full speed on the basepaths, and the team's upcoming schedule could help.

  • Roenicke files report for Saturday's interference call

    Brewers manager Ron Roenicke filed a report to Major League Baseball executive vice president Joe Torre requesting a second look at the controversial double play that ended a Brewers' rally in the seventh inning Saturday night.

  • Former Brewer Wright builds lengthy big league career

    How long has Dodgers right-hander Jamey Wright been hanging on in the Major Leagues? So long that he was in the Brewers' starting rotation at County Stadium -- in his fifth big league season.

  • Two homers off Kershaw back Gallardo in win

    The Brewers defeated the great Clayton Kershaw on Saturday at Dodger Stadium, where Ryan Braun and Carlos Gomez hit home runs and Yovani Gallardo outperformed the consensus best pitcher in baseball. Those efforts produced a 3-2 Brewers victory.

  • Spencer: Eager Gomez sparks Brewers

    Carlos Gomez, an unabashed first-pitch hitter, tagged Clayton Kershaw for a double on the lefty's first offering in the fourth inning Saturday, then homered in the sixth, again without waiting for a second pitch.

  • Brewers' two homers off Kershaw a rare feat

    The Brewers homered twice for a 3-2 win over Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers on Saturday in the sort of performance that isn't supposed to happen.

  • Brewers continue hunt for bullpen help

    After coming up empty at the non-waiver Trade Deadline, the Brewers are still actively seeking to fortify their bullpen, principal owner Mark Attanasio said Saturday.

  • Attanasio flattered by Commissioner interview

    When you're asked to interview to be Commissioner of Major League Baseball, Brewers principal Mark Attanasio said Saturday, the proper response is always "yes." Attanasio confirmed reports that he'd interviewed for the post, which was filled Thursday with the unanimous selection of Rob Manfred during a meeting in Baltimore of baseball's owners.

  • Brewers stun Dodgers with five-run eighth

    Held hitless from the second inning through the seventh, the Brewers broke free in the eighth on Friday for five runs on five hits. The biggest by far was the pinch-hit, two-out, three-run double from Lyle Overbay that sent Milwaukee to a 6-3 win at Dodger Stadium.

  • K-Rod ties Fingers for 11th on saves list

    Brewers closer Francisco Rodriguez pitched a perfect ninth inning in Friday night's 6-3 win over the Dodgers to earn career save No. 341, matching him with Milwaukee legend Rollie Fingers for 11th on Major League Baseball's all-time saves list.