7/3/2015 | Fiers settling into groove at right time
Right handed pitch Mike Fiers put together a pair of quality starts in his last two outings, but the run support wasn't there for him to pick up a victory. On Friday he made it three straight quality starts, and this time the run support was there for him to earn the win. Fiers (4-7, 3.83) pitched seven scoreless innings to help lead the Brewers to a three-game series opening victory, 12-1, over the Reds at Great American Ball Park. Fiers gave up only three hits and two walks, and added three strikeouts in his first win since June 12.
7/3/2015 | Gomez breaks out in grand fashion vs. Reds
With the bases loaded in the seventh inning, Carlos Gomez said he wasn't focused on hitting the ball out of the park, but that's what he did. With the Brewers already up 5-0, Gomez put the final nail in the coffin with his first career grand slam off Reds reliever Carlos Contreras. The milestone home run landed in left-field seats, and helped lead the Brewers to a 12-1 victory over the Reds in the series opener at Great American Ball Park.
7/3/2015 | Smith, Nelson duel on Independence Day in Cincinnati
Josh Smith will be making his third start of his career and is still looking for his first Major League win. He is 0-1 with a 5.63 ERA in his two starts this season, picking up a no-decision last time out against the Mets on June 28. Opposite of Smith will be Jimmy Nelson for the Brewers. Nelson has yet to put together consecutive quality starts this year, but is tied for most victories in the Brewers' rotation. He is 5-8 with a 4.48 ERA and 78 strikeouts in 16 starts this season.
7/3/2015 | Crew sends Knebel, Rogers to Triple-A
The Brewers optioned right-hander Corey Knebel and utility man Jason Rogers to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Friday and recalled right-handers Tyler Cravy and David Goforth.
7/2/2015 | Brewers' offense really starting to pick up
Better health and warmer weather has reawakened the Brewers' offense. Four games against the team with baseball's highest ERA didn't hurt, either.
7/2/2015 | Brewers remain confident in Broxton
Veteran reliever Jonathan Broxton will continue to pitch in meaningful situations for the Brewers, manager Craig Counsell said Thursday after Milwaukee overcame a seventh-inning letdown to beat the Phillies, 8-7, in 11 innings at Citizens Bank Park.
7/2/2015 | Brewers reportedly sign Venezuelan catcher Sibrian
The Brewers have agreed to sign Venezuelan catcher Jose Sibrian for a $550,000 bonus, MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez reported Thursday as the international signing period opened.
7/2/2015 | Peralta progressing in injury rehab
Wily Peralta threw off the mound again on Thursday and the Brewers could announce more about his timetable to return from a left oblique strain as early as Friday afternoon.
7/1/2015 | Lohse, Ramirez step up their game at right time
Baseball's trading season was unofficially underway Wednesday as the calendar flipped to July, and Brewers veterans Kyle Lohse and Aramis Ramirez are picking the perfect time to pick up their games.
7/1/2015 | Garza, Crew eye 1st sweep in finale with Phils
The Phillies and Brewers will round out a four-game series in Philadelphia Thursday with the Brewers in position to pull off their first sweep of the year.
7/1/2015 | Jungmann finding groove in big leagues
Rookie Brewers right-hander Taylor Jungmann his boosted his numbers across the board since a promotion from Triple-A Colorado Springs, and he engaged in a fascinating discussion Wednesday about why that might be.
7/1/2015 | Brewers sign 6th-round Draft pick Hanhold
The Brewers signed two more Draft picks Wednesday including sixth-rounder Eric Hanhold, and should have each of their first 13 selections formally under contract by the end of next week.
7/1/2015 | Crew takes advantage of Phils' meltdown in 8th
The Phillies found a unique way to lose, 4-3, Tuesday night at Citizens Bank Park, and the Brewers could not have been happier about it.
7/1/2015 | Wild win over Phils nets Brewers .500 June
The Brewers still have not played a month of winning baseball since June 2014, when an 18-10 month propelled them into July with 51 victories, tied for most in Major League Baseball. The franchise's long slide since then has been well documented, but a wild, 4-3 win over the Phillies on Tuesday night offered something of a reprieve.