Travis Shaw had his daughter in his thoughts Saturday as he donned one of the Brewers’ special uniforms for Father’s Day weekend.
Brewers pitching prospect Freddy Peralta has risen from nervous newcomer to Carolina League All-Star.
The Brewers are hoping Chase Anderson’s second start against the Padres on Saturday won’t end like the first.
When Orlando Arcia left his feet, it was a clue to Brewers manager Craig Counsell that something special was about to happen.
After missing the 2016 season with a knee injury, Brewers infielder Eric Sogard developed a different perspective on the game.
Father/kid combos go way back at Milwaukee’s Major League ballparks. Manager Craig Counsell was a regular at County Stadium during the 1980s when his dad, John, worked in the Brewers’ front office. In the 90s, Wendy Selig-Prieb ran the team, while her father, Bud Selig, served as MLB Commissioner.
Padres right-hander Miguel Diaz’s second start will come against his first organization. The Brewers counter with right-hander Junior Guerra.
The Brewers’ four-game series against the Cardinals felt even longer with Tuesday’s day-night doubleheader and Wednesday’s pair of rain delays. But by late Thursday night, the Crew notched a 6-4 win and another series victory at Busch Stadium, thanks to a go-ahead home run by Eric Thames in the ninth inning.
Keon Broxton can’t remember ever barreling a ball like he did in the Brewers’ 6-4 win over the Cardinals on Thursday. The center fielder hit a 489-foot home run, projected by Statcast™, for the second-longest homer in the Majors this season.
Brewers general manager David Stearns believes Neftali Feliz will benefit from a change of scenery, and he was certain that it was time for some new choices in a troublesome Milwaukee bullpen.
Before this year, the last time the Twins owned the No. 1 overall pick in the Draft was 2001. They hit it big with Joe Mauer, but got little else out of the other 50 rounds, save for a few decent seasons out of Nick Blackburn and cups of coffee from Jose Morales and Kevin […]
Thursday’s series finale between the Brewers and Cardinals at Busch Stadium will look a bit familiar. Not just because the teams are meeting for the 11th time this season, but also due to the fact that starting pitchers Zach Davies and Michael Wacha will be facing off for the second time in a little over […]