9/24/2016 | Villar puts stronghold on stolen base crown
This is not exactly the way Jonathan Villar wanted to lead the Major Leagues in stolen bases, stuck in a late-season slump and with his top two competitors stopped in their tracks by injuries.
9/24/2016 | Diaz, Woodruff get taste of bigs at Miller Park
Infielder Isan Diaz and pitcher Brandon Woodruff were at Miller Park on Saturday, getting a taste of what they hope will be their future office.
9/24/2016 | Braun ready for possible final home game with Crew
Brewers manager Craig Counsell said "there's a good shot" Ryan Braun will be in the Milwaukee starting lineup for the team's home finale against the Reds on Sunday. Could it be Braun's final game in a Brewers uniform at Miller Park?
9/24/2016 | Melvin's son exits Brewers organization
Cory Melvin, the son of former Brewers GM Doug Melvin who served as one of Milwaukee's pro scouts for the past seven seasons, has left the organization for a similar job with the Yankees.
9/24/2016 | Davies ends '16 as established starter for Crew
Zach Davies was an "anchor" of the Brewers' starting rotation in 2016 despite beginning the year at Triple-A, manager Craig Counsell said Friday after deeming Davies' first extended Major League season complete.
9/23/2016 | Jungmann set for first start in bigs since April
When the Brewers and Reds meet again Saturday in the second game of their three-game series on Saturday, Taylor Jungmann will be pursuing his first victory of the season for the Brewers while Cincinnati's Dan Straily chases win No. 14.
9/23/2016 | Carter starts Brewers' second triple play of '16
For the second time this season, the Brewers helped starter Zach Davies out of a jam by turning three.
9/23/2016 | One year in, Crew's rebuild on the right track
The Milwaukee Brewers are on a very long journey, but steps in the right direction have certainly been taken.
9/22/2016 | Attanasio pleased with Crew's progress in '16
A year and a day after he introduced David Stearns as baseball's youngest general manager, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio praised the work of Stearns and manager Craig Counsell in 2016, saying he believes the franchise is already on the way back up.
9/22/2016 | Counsell's frustration leads to ejection
Brewers manager Craig Counsell didn't hold back after being ejected by home-plate umpire Jerry Layne during the fourth inning of Wednesday's 4-1 loss to the Pirates, arguing forcefully before being escorted away by first-base umpire Hunter Wendelstedt.
9/21/2016 | Bucs look to keep pace in WC with sweep of Crew
The Pirates, desperate for one last playoff push with just over one week remaining in the season, are sticking with experience on the mound as they look for a sweep of the Brewers on Thursday at Miller Park.
9/21/2016 | Jungmann to start against Reds on Saturday
Brewers manager Craig Counsell opted not to feed the redemption narrative when he announced Wednesday that Taylor Jungmann's trying season will culminate with at least one Major League start.
9/20/2016 | Cutch sparks offense as Bucs keep chase
A 6-3 win over the Brewers on Tuesday was the Pirates' fifth victory in six games, offering faint hope for Andrew McCutchen & Co. of another berth in the National League Wild Card Game.
9/20/2016 | Bucs look to keep chase with Kuhl on mound
Down but not out, the Pirates aim to continue their climb toward an improbable postseason berth when right-hander Chad Kuhl takes the mound against the Brewers and starter Jimmy Nelson on Wednesday night at Miller Park.
9/20/2016 | Woodruff, Diaz win Brewers' Minors honors
Coming off a season in which he led the Minors with 173 strikeouts, Brandon Woodruff was named the Brewers' Minor League Pitcher of the Year, honored along with Isan Diaz, the 20-year-old middle infielder named Minor League Player of the Year.
9/20/2016 | Braun, Pina each at home with newborn
The Brewers' family grew by two this week, as outfielder Ryan Braun and catcher Manny Pina were absent at the start of the team's final homestand Tuesday while tending to newborns at home.
9/19/2016 | High strikeout rate hampering Milwaukee's offense
Chris Carter is the Brewers' single-season strikeout king (191) with a dozen games to go, and his new team is on pace to break his old team's all-time record for whiffs in a season.
9/18/2016 | Carter making up for K's with massive homers
It's not that strikeouts don't mean anything to Chris Carter, because they do. The hulking first baseman doesn't like striking out so often, but he and the Brewers do enjoy seeing baseballs leave his bat at high rates of speed, headed for destinations far over the outfield wall.
9/18/2016 | Cutch, Bucs look to make Wild Card push vs. Crew
The last time the Pirates visited Milwaukee, they exorcised their Miller Park demons and cruised to their first-ever four-game sweep there. Long the Bucs' personal house of horrors, the Brewers' home ballpark finally seemed vulnerable. Andrew McCutchen and the Pirates will look to make a final push for an NL Wild Card spot when they open a three-game series in Milwaukee against Matt Garza and the Brewers on Tuesday.
9/17/2016 | Brewers experiencing late-season power surge
All it took to put a smile on Ryan Braun's face Saturday morning was one look at Lake Michigan as the Brewers' bus headed toward Wrigley Field.
9/17/2016 | Crew recalls prospect Reed for CF boost
Michael Reed had already begun his offseason when the Brewers called Friday to tell him that he was needed at Wrigley Field.
9/17/2016 | Guerra out for rest of season to protect arm
The Brewers stumbled onto a pleasant surprise this season with right-hander Junior Guerra, and now they're trying to protect the 31-year-old rookie starter's arm.
9/17/2016 | Hendricks tries to get Cubs closer to home field
Kyle Hendricks will start for the Cubs in the series finale Sunday against the Brewers at Wrigley Field, looking to continue an impressive run of pitching dominance. Right-hander Wily Peralta (6-10, 5.42 ERA) will start for Milwaukee, which is concluding an 11-game road trip.
9/16/2016 | Broxton fractures right wrist after great catch
Keon Broxton, who'd been playing well since being recalled July 25 from Triple-A Colorado Springs, will miss the rest of the season after fracturing his right wrist making a running grab in the third inning of the Brewers' 5-4 loss to the Cubs on Friday at Wrigley Field. Manager Craig Counsell said Broxton will not need surgery to repair the wrist fracture, which should heal in six-to-eight weeks.
9/16/2016 | For Crew, threat as good as the stolen base
Entering a game Friday against the Cubs at Wrigley Field, the Brewers had 161 steals, and Keon Broxton stole a bag in the first inning. Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell said the club uses the threat of the stolen base to win ballgames.
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