The oddest thing about the start of the Marlins’ home-away-from-home series at Miller Park on Friday was how normal it all was. They dressed in the visitors’ clubhouse, wore their usual road uniforms and took batting practice in the second slot, typical for a road team. The statistics and results counted like they would for […]
Beat reporter Adam McCalvy answers fans’ questions in the latest version of the Inbox.
Welcome to Miller Park, home of the Miami Marlins. For three days, anyway.
Life without Jimmy Nelson began for the Brewers on Wednesday, when Chase Anderson pitching on short rest in a win.
If the Brewers need an arm after losing Jimmy Nelson to a shoulder injury, they might think about giving their rookie center fielder a shot.
For the first time in 17 seasons since Miller Park opened for business, the Brewers will be the visiting team at their own climate-controlled home.
A three-game series at San Diego begins the 50th season in franchise history, marking the first Brewers-Padres matchup on Opening Day, and an unprecedented Thursday to Saturday series. The regular-season opener is Thursday, March 29, the earliest date the Brewers have begun a season.
Brewers righty Chase Anderson will move up a day and start on three days’ rest as the Brewers battle the Pirates in the finale of a three-game series. Tyler Glasnow starts for the Bucs, making his first big league appearance since he was demoted in June.
For the first time in three weeks, the pennant-hungry Brewers managed to take care of business against a team below the break-even point.
It started with a wave and was fueled by coffee and competitive juices. Who knew Major League relievers could dance? The Brewers and Cubs found out back in May when they sparked what has become a social media sensation.
The Brewers start the 2018 season in San Diego on March 29, when they visit the Padres. Check out the full slate.
There is no explaining the Brewers’ odd past three weeks. In the span of their last eight series, they have won 11 of 14 games against the Rockies, Dodgers, Cardinals, Nationals and Cubs — a collection of clubs that includes each of the National League’s three division leaders, and another in Wild Card position, that […]