The Padres dropped their eighth road series in 11 tries, but their young rotation made a believer of Brewers manager Craig Counsell.
We’ve already seen some experimenting by Padres manager Andy Green with the closer role this season.
The Padres recognized Major League potential in pitcher Dinelson Lamet when they signed him as an international free agent in 2014.
Jimmy Nelson threw the Brewers’ first complete game in nearly two years, and young dads Hernan Perez and Manny Pina homered.
Padres first baseman Wil Myers believes he’s close to returning to his early-season form.
The Brewers hope their Mother’s Day success will carry into Father’s Day when they face the Padres in the series finale at Miller Park on Sunday.
The Padres hit five home runs on Saturday in an extra-innings win over the Brewers at Miller Park.
The Brewers are hoping Chase Anderson’s second start against the Padres on Saturday won’t end like the first.
One of the things that has made the MLB Draft more intriguing to the casual fan is how quickly players go from draftee to big leaguer. It seems that every year, players zip through their farm system and start making contributions on a big league roster.
Padres pitcher Jered Weaver took a step towards returning to a Major League mound at Miller Park on Friday.
Welcome to warm summer nights at Miller Park, where the baseball flies.