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  • Durable Nelson set to clash with Giants
    Two right-handed pitchers will square off when the Giants and Brewers battle Tuesday at AT&T Park. The Giants will send Jeff Samardzija to the bump while the Brewers will start Jimmy Nelson.
  • Davies a hard-luck loser in duel with Giants
    Chris Stratton employed a different strategy to achieve a similar result Monday night at AT&T Park, where he delivered six innings to propel the Giants to a 2-0 victory over the Brewers, San Francisco's first home shutout of the season.
  • Knebel honored to break Crew strikeout mark
    Corey Knebel's game-ending strikeout Sunday carried extra meaning. It was his 99th strikeout of the season, giving the Brewers All-Star the franchise record for most strikeouts in a season by a reliever.
  • Arcia ready to be 'El Niño' for Players Weekend
    Orlando Arcia will don "El Niño" on the back of his jersey for the inaugural MLB Players Weekend from Aug. 25-27, when all players will wear colorful, non-traditional uniforms featuring alternate designs. The words "El Nino" translate to "The Kid," the nickname held by Hall of Famer and former Brewers shortstop Robin Yount, who made his Major League debut at age 18.
  • Contending Crew putting future on hold
    In the early stages of a major rebuild, the Brewers have put the future on hold. It's about now for the Brew Crew. Early in the season, they could be viewed as an oddity, but the campaign is headed down the backstretch and the Brewers are very much in the midst of both the National League Central and the NL Wild Card races. And that, not the future, has become the focus.
  • Burnes spins a gem for Biloxi
    Francisco Mejia and Bobby Bradley helped bring Akron's five-game losing streak to an end as the duo combined for five extra-base hits, five runs and six RBIs in a 13-5 victory against Harrisburg.
  • Diplan featured in duel of the day
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  • Brewers' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Brewers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Milwaukee's Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • Aguilar leads surging Brewers past Rockies
    Chase Anderson allowed one run in five innings in his first start back from the disabled list, and Jesus Aguilar hit two home runs as the Brewers remained two games back of the Cubs in the NL Central. The Rockies, who lost two of three in the series, remain one game up on the D-backs in the NL Wild Card chase. Mark Reynolds had a home run, but the Rockies were 2-for-14 with runners in scoring position.
  • Brewers embrace Anderson's return from DL
    Chase Anderson allowed one run in five innings Sunday, but the meaning of his return from the disabled list Sunday went beyond the box score.
  • Crew to have surplus of arms in September
    The Brewers sent pitching prospect Brandon Woodruff back to the Minors on Sunday with the promise he'd return in September to pitch meaningful innings, perhaps as part of a uniquely deep pool of starting pitchers.
  • Ponce fans five for Carolina
    Yankees prospects Miguel Andujar and Domingo German led Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre to a 3-0 win over Durham with a pair of strong performances on Sunday.
  • Good in a pinch: Aguilar's homer tops Rox
    Jesus Aguilar had a pinch-hit, two-run homer in the ninth as the Brewers topped the Rockies. Teammate Travis Shaw also went deep, his 27th of the season. Charlie Blackmon had an RBI single in the eighth as the Rockies tied the score, but closer Greg Holland allowed three runs in the ninth, as Colorado remained one game up in the NL Wild Card race. The Brewers are two games back of the Cubs in the NL Central. Chad Bettis settled down after a rough start, allowing three runs over seven innings.
  • Woodruff continues to impress Brewers
    After his notably delayed debut, Brandon Woodruff did his part over three respectable starts to prove he belongs in the big leagues. Now he may have to wait again. The Brewers are expected to option Woodruff to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Sunday to make way for Chase Anderson's return from the disabled.
  • Lucroy reflects on journey from Milwaukee
    Former Milwaukee catcher Jonathan Lucroy once hoped to be a Brewer for life. On Saturday, less than 13 months after he was traded away from his original organization, he reflected on an unexpected road to the Rockies.
  • Phillips homers twice for Sky Sox
    Trevor Stephan, the Yankees' No. 30 prospect, led the Class A Short Season Staten Island pitching staff with a dominant performance in a 5-0 win over Lowell on Saturday.
  • Broxton, Santana join Crew's 20-homer parade
    At some point early in the Brewers' surprising bid for postseason position, outfielders Keon Broxton and Domingo Santana talked about their individual goals. One of them was shared: Twenty home runs. It happened for both in Friday's loss to the Rockies.
  • Brewers reinstate Vogt from disabled list
    The Brewers began a critical West Coast road trip on Friday by activating catcher Stephen Vogt from the disabled list, and another big addition -- pitcher Chase Anderson -- is only days away.
  • Crew sees road trip as prime opportunity
    When the 2017 schedule circulated at Miller Park about a year ago, this nine-game trip to Colorado, San Francisco and Los Angeles in late August stood out for its length, but not necessarily its importance.
  • Brewers belt 5 homers to rally past Bucs
    It was as if the Pirates and Brewers decided to settle the small ball vs. long ball debate, once and for all. On Wednesday at Miller Park, the home runs ruled. The Pirates collected six run-scoring singles, five with two outs, to account for all of their runs, but the Brewers struck back with a barrage of homers for a 7-6 win, their fourth straight.
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