Ryan Braun will seek career hit No. 1,500 for the Brewers while former teammates John Axford and Khris Davis return with the A’s, as the old American League rivals meet at Miller Park for the first of two Interleague Games on Tuesday.
Aaron Nola danced into and out of trouble for six of the busiest scoreless innings you’ll see, and Jimmy Paredes and Cameron Rupp hit back-to-back home runs in the Phillies’ biggest inning of the season. They thumped the Brewers on Sunday, 8-1, in the finale of a four-game series at Citizens Bank Park.
The eyes behind the dark sunglasses still sparkled when Muhammad Ali visited the Brewers at Maryvale Baseball Park during 2011 Spring Training. Parkinson’s disease had taken its toll, but Ali was still “The Greatest,” so Robin Yount, Prince Fielder and Ryan Braun waited patiently for the opportunity to snap a photo and enjoy a moment […]
Tyler Thornburg quietly set a franchise record in Saturday’s 6-3 win over the Phillies when he retired his 23rd consecutive batter, most in Brewers history for a relief pitcher.
After getting through an injury-free outing at Class A Wisconsin on Saturday, Matt Garza may have only one Minor League rehabilitation start remaining — affiliate to be determined — before rejoining the Brewers on their next road trip.
The last time Aaron Nola faced the Brewers, he was tasked with ending a Phillies losing skid. The team had lost four of six heading into Milwaukee on April 22. Nola proceeded to strike out seven over seven innings, allowing only one run.
Scooter Gennett insisted he would have been just as happy Saturday with a two-run error as he was after his two-run hit, a single in the ninth that provided some breathing room for the Brewers in their 6-3 win over the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.
The Colin Walsh era came to a formal end on Saturday when the A’s accepted the Rule 5 Draft pick back from the Brewers.
Domingo Santana led off the eighth inning with a tiebreaking home run and Scooter Gennett delivered insurance in the ninth, as the Brewers overcame an early deficit to beat the Phillies, 6-3, on Saturday at Citizens Bank Park.
The Phillies’ Opening Day starter meets a Brewers pitcher who skirted the fringes of the game when Jeremy Hellickson and Junior Guerra take turns on the Citizens Bank Park mound Saturday.
The Brewers activated right fielder Domingo Santana on Friday following a minimum 15-day stint on the disabled list for a sore right shoulder, and Santana wasted no time in announcing his return.
The Phillies, next to last in the National League in home runs, used blasts from catcher Cameron Rupp and infielder Andres Blanco to break a seven-game losing streak with a 6-3 win over the Brewers on Friday night at Citizens Bank Park.