4/27/2015 | Nelson has rare rough outing vs. Reds
The Brewers saw a side of pitcher Jimmy Nelson on Monday they had not seen this season.The Reds scored four runs in the second inning and went on to defeat the Brewers, 9-6. jimmy Nelson was charged with seven runs in 2 1/3 innings.
4/27/2015 | Lohse, Cueto both look to continue recent success
The Reds and Brewers continue their series Tuesday, with Cincinnati ace Johnny Cueto hoping for similar results from his most recent start -- also against Milwaukee. Cueto limited the Brewers to one run on five hits over eight innings last Wednesday and will be pitching on an extra day of rest due to Saturday's rainout. Milwaukee will counter with Kyle Lohse, who also fared well in his last start -- also against the Reds. Lohse allowed just three hits over seven innings during a 4-2 Brewers win last Thursday in Miller Park.
4/27/2015 | Bruce homers, backs strong Marquis as Reds top Brewers
Reds bats emerged from a recent funk Monday against a Brewers team it previously hit hard only a week ago in Milwaukee. Cincinnati chased starting pitcher Jimmy Nelson early but held off a ninth-inning rally to get a 9-6 victory in the three-game series opener at Great American Ball Park.
4/27/2015 | Blazek notches first big league win vs. Cardinals
Michael Blazek picked up his first win at the expense of the Cardinals, who traded Blazek to Milwaukee on Sept. 1, 2013, to complete the deal that sent closer John Axford to St. Louis.
4/27/2015 | Perez opts out of Minors contract, becomes free agent
Former All-Star closer Chris Perez opted out of his Minor League contract with Milwaukee on Monday and became a free agent.
4/26/2015 | Fiers does enough in win to hold spot in rotation
Mike Fiers remains the only member of the Brewers' five-man rotation without a quality start. But he made the big pitches in a four-inning outing against the Cardinals on Sunday to avoid another blow-up, and, for now, the Brewers have no plan to alter their pitching rotation.
4/26/2015 | In 'tough times,' Lucroy tries to be positive presence
Rather than leave him home to continue getting treatment for a broken toe, the Brewers are bringing injured catcher Jonathan Lucroy on the road, where he will remain engaged in meetings with the other catchers and pitchers.
4/26/2015 | Lind, Parra lead outburst in absence of top sluggers
Gerardo Parra delivered two extra-base hits and scored two runs in his first start in the three-hole in six years, cleanup hitter Adam Lind belted a long two-run home run and the Brewers matched their second-best run total of the season in a 6-3 win over the Cardinals at Miller Park.
4/26/2015 | Nelson carries stellar start into series opener vs. Reds
The Brewers' most consistent starter, Jimmy Nelson, gets the start Monday night against Jason Marquis and the Reds.
4/26/2015 | Braun takes responsibility for Brewers' tough start
Ryan Braun minced no words and dodged no responsibility in assessing the Brewers' tough start to the season, which persisted Saturday in a 5-3 loss to the Cardinals.
4/25/2015 | Roenicke not happy with strike zone after loss
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke was ejected during a seventh-inning pitching change Saturday by home-plate umpire Dale Scott, with Roenicke still fuming about a called third strike against Ryan Braun during a critical juncture a half-inning earlier.
4/25/2015 | Lynn, Cardinals go for three-game sweep of Brewers
While the Cardinals seek to end a six-game road trip with their second sweep of the season, the Brewers will take the field on Sunday looking to find some traction as they prepare to hit the road. Milwaukee will enter the Sunday's 1:10 p.m. CT game at Miller Park having lost 10 of its last 11 games. The Cardinals, in contrast, have won nine of their last 10.
4/25/2015 | Cardinals defeat Brewers, lose Wainwright to ankle injury
The Cardinals lost Adam Wainwright to an ankle injury after four innings but won another ballgame, 5-3 over the Brewers, and opened a 10-game gap between the top and bottom teams in the National League Central.
4/25/2015 | Roenicke, Brewers trying to find more consistency
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke spent time with reporters on Saturday musing about why his team is so inclined to go on streaks. Over the past two seasons, the Brewers have had separate stretches in which they have won nine games in a row and nine of 11, and losing streaks of seven, eight and nine games.
4/25/2015 | Baserunning gaffes set tone in series-opening loss
Did the Brewers run their way out of an opportunity to beat young Cardinals starter Carlos Martinez on Friday? Manager Ron Roenicke wondered as much in the wake of a 3-0 loss at Miller Park.
4/24/2015 | Progress made, but Garza waiting for better results
Brewers right-hander Matt Garza gave the Brewers their third straight quality start on Friday, meeting the minimum qualifications by allowing three Cardinals runs in six innings. It gave the Brewers more quality starts in their last three games than they logged in their first 14. It marked progress, but only a moral victory after a 3-0 loss.
4/24/2015 | Crew's struggles won't make Ramirez reconsider retirement
Aramis Ramirez never envisioned the Brewers being 10 games under .500 less than three weeks into the regular season, but he's sticking by his decision to retire later this year.
4/24/2015 | Gomez speeding, literally, toward return from DL
Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez is making major progress in his comeback from a right hamstring strain, said manager Ron Roenicke, who told reporters that Gomez ran the treadmill at Miller Park this week on its maximum speed.
4/24/2015 | Waino looks to take series vs. Peralta, Brewers
The Cardinals further separated themselves from the pack in the National League Central with a 3-0 win on Friday, though the Brewers will look to even the three-game series when the two clubs meet again at Miller Park on Saturday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 p.m. CT.
4/24/2015 | Martinez stifles Brewers behind pair of dingers
The Cardinals continued to feel right at home at Miller Park, as Jason Heyward and Jhonny Peralta homered and Carlos Martinez pitched seven scoreless innings for a 3-0 win over the Brewers on Friday.
4/23/2015 | Lohse gets back on track vs. Reds
It was clear after three perfect innings Thursday that this was a different Kyle Lohse than the one who lost his first three starts of the season while running-up a 10.34 ERA. Or rather, it was clear to his teammates that the old Lohse was back.
4/23/2015 | Cardinals, Brewers meet for second time this season
The Brewers and Cardinals will meet for their second of six head-to-head series beginning in Milwaukee on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 pm CT, with St. Louis' Carlos Martinez set to take the mound against Brewers righty Matt Garza.
4/23/2015 | Brewers first team to throw out Hamilton this season
The Brewers became the first team this season to punish Reds speedster Billy Hamilton for stealing.
4/23/2015 | Roenicke knows Thornburg can handle different roles
Has one time Brewers top prospect Tyler Thornburg been held back by yo-yoing between roles? Manager Ron Roenicke doesn't believe so.
4/23/2015 | Melvin hints that Brewers rebuild could be coming
General manager Doug Melvin weighed in this week on the Brewers' difficult start, echoing others' frustration about underperforming players and using for the first time in years a word that has been taboo at Miller Park. "Rebuild."
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