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  • Brewers go 3B, HR, HR on 3 pitches in victory
    On three pitches in the fourth inning, Christian Yelich tripled and Ryan Braun and Travis Shaw hit back-to-back home runs. The five-run frame powered the Brewers to a fourth straight win, which was Jhoulys Chacin's first for the club. Trevor Richards struggled for Miami, allowing five earned runs over 3 2/3 innings while walking six.
  • X-rays negative on Arcia's right ankle
    Brewers shortstop Orlando Arcia was helped to the dugout by a member of Milwaukee's athletic training staff after rolling his right ankle Friday night in the eighth inning of an 8-0 win over the Marlins at Miller Park.
  • Aguilar's hot bat puts Braun at 1B on hold
    The Ryan Braun-at-first base idea isn't exactly dead, but it is on hold while the Brewers ride Jesus Aguilar's productive April.
  • Suter looks to extend Brewers' win streak
    Left-hander Brent Suter will be seeking his first quality start when he takes the mound Saturday at 6:10 p.m. CT for his fifth start of the season. There may be some added urgency for Suter (4.87 ERA) to perform, since the Brewers' other starting pitcher with options, Junior Guerra, has pitched beautifully in a pair of starts, and Wade Miley is returning to health in the Minor Leagues. Suter has never faced the Marlins.
  • Erceg among top prospect performers
    Brewers third baseman Lucas Erceg was among top prospect performers on Friday.
  • Crew's bats score a dozen for 3rd straight win
    Lorenzo Cain had a homer and scored four times, while Jesus Aguilar had three RBIs and Ryan Braun hit a pinch-hit three-run homer. Former Brewers outfielder Lewis Brinson hit two home runs in his first Miller Park appearance since the January trade that saw Christian Yelich go to Milwaukee. Chase Anderson got the win for the Brewers.
  • Braun notches 1,000th career RBI on 3-run HR
    Ryan Braun came off the Brewers' bench Thursday to notch his 1,000th career RBI.
  • 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 MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
  • Yelich, Brinson see familiar faces in Milwaukee
    Wednesday's dinner was the first reunion of Christian Yelich, J.T. Realmuto and Justin Bour since the blockbuster trade that sent Yelich to the Brewers in January.
  • Hiura, Burnes among prospect performers
    Brewers prospects Keston Hiura and Corbin Burnes were among top performers on Thursday.
  • Crew acquires infielder Saladino from Sox
    The Brewers sent cash to the White Sox on Thursday for versatile infielder Tyler Saladino and optioned the 28-year-old to Triple-A Colorado Springs.
  • Checking in on NL Central new guys: Yelich
    There are new faces all around the National League Central in 2018. Let's take a spin around the division and check out the new guys.
  • Thames stays red hot with HR in Brewers win
    Eric Thames hit his 10th homer against the Reds since last April, while Zach Davies threw 6 1/3 solid innings in a winning effort. Dan Jennings and Jacob Barnes finished the job for the Brewers, with Barnes earning Milwaukee's second two-inning save in as many nights. Tyler Mahle scattered seven hits and four walks over five innings of two-run ball for the Reds.
  • Yelich makes sliding snag via Perez deflection
    Hernan Perez's first outfield assist of 2018 was a most memorable one.
  • Photo: Thames' 2 homer swings are identical
    Photo: Thames' 2 homer swings are identical
  • Crew holds out Braun (calf); Miley makes start
    It's shaping into another injury-addled start to the season for Ryan Braun, who was again confined to bench duty for the Brewers on Wednesday.
  • Hader, Guerra dominant in shutout of Reds
    Junior Guerra delivered the scoreless start and Eric Thames hit the decisive home run. But it might be Josh Hader people are talking about around the water cooler in the morning. Continuing his jaw-dropping start to the season, Hader struck out three more batters for another two-inning save in the Brewers' 2-0 win over the Reds at Miller Park. Hader has faced 41 batters this season and recorded 35 outs, with 25 strikeouts. Reds starter Sal Romano allowed two runs in five-plus innings and took the loss for Cincinnati.
  • Thames smacks 6th April HR in return to lineup
    There's something about Eric Thames in April. Especially when he gets to swing the bat against the Cincinnati Reds. Returning from a minor groin injury to face his favorite opponent, Thames' two-run home run in the sixth inning was the difference in Milwaukee's 2-0 win at Miller Park.
  • Hader's K's among notable April performances
    It's true that it's only mid-April and there's a lot of unexpected early-season numbers that won't last, because they simply can't. That doesn't mean they don't hold some interest, however. At the very least, it's interesting enough to see some names you might not have thought about carrying some massive numbers. There's five in particular that stood out to us. Which ones will last?
  • Ortiz among top prospect performers
    Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Tuesday.
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