1. Stung but Still Leading, Brewers Ready for Key Stretch

    Six and a half games. That's how large the Milwaukee Brewers ' National League Central lead was on June 28.....

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  2. Heads-Up Braun Takes Cue from 'Major League'

    WASHINGTON -- Bob Uecker could have consulted his dog-eared script from 1989's Major League when the Brewers lifted the film's final scene to score their first run against the Washington Nationals on Sunday...

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  3. Brewers Mistakes Lead to Series Loss vs. Nationals

    Washington — Be it a strong opponent or weak one, manager Ron Roenicke made one thing clear late Sunday afternoon...

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  4. Carlos Gomez Defies Conventional Wisdom with Aggressive Hitting Approach

    WASHINGTON – Three pitches into Sunday afternoon's ballgame, Carlos Gomez, professional leadoff hitter for the Milwaukee Brewers , had a three-ball count. You know what Carlos Gomez did next...

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  5. Brewers Open Second Half with Win over Nats

    Washington — It was the ultimate bend-but-don't-break pitching outing. Veteran right-hander Kyle Lohse allowed 10 hits in seven innings Friday night, but he permitted just ...

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  6. Segura Receives Nice Ovation

    Jean Segura receives an ovation from the fans in D.C. before his first at-bat since returning following the passing of his child...

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  7. MLB System Check 2014: Milwaukee Brewers' Top Prospects

    The Milwaukee Brewers Systems Check video offers a quick overview of the team's farm system, addressing its strengths and weaknesses and how it can improve moving forward...

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  8. Two Veterans Made Milwaukee Brewers for a Few Days

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  9. Brewers Place Infielder Jeff Bianchi on Disabled List

    The Brewers have placed utility man Jeff Bianchi on the disabled list with a right elbow strain, the team announced Thursday.....

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  10. Melvin Mum on Trade Deadline Plan

    MILWAUKEE -- If Brewers general manager Doug Melvin plans to be active ahead of the July 31 non-waiver Trade Deadline, he was not willing to share that information publicly on Thursday...

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  11. Jean Segura Is Rejoining the Brewers

    Brewers shortstop Jean Segura, who left the club last weekend to return to the Dominican Republic after the death of his 9-month-old son, Janniel, is back and town and will be on hand for the start of the second half...

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  12. Debate: What Do the Brewers Need to Do to Get Back on Track?

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  13. Estrada Unhappy with Move to Brewers Bullpen, but Understands

    MILWAUKEE -- After learning of the Milwaukee Brewers ' decision to move him from the starting rotation to the bullpen, Marco Estrada wasn't pleased, but that was to be expected...

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  14. Brewers Trying to Contact Jean Segura

    Brewers general manager Doug Melvin said Wednesday he is in the process of trying to contact Jean Segura to see what the young shortstop's plans are to rejoin the team.....

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  15. Crew All-Stars Confident in Second-Half Turnaround

    MINNEAPOLIS -- The Brewers ' All-Stars expressed little doubt Tuesday that the team's pre-All-Star stumbles were not a sign of trouble ahead.....

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  16. Video: Ramirez's Barehander at ASG

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  17. In Losing Effort, Brewers Shine Brightest for National League

    MINNEAPOLIS - The National League lost out on the All-Star Game, 5-3, that will surely be forever known as the Derek Jeter sendoff -- though plenty of other players, such as game MVP Mike Trout and power-hitting machine Miguel Cabrera, had big moments..

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  18. Zack Greinke Glad to See Brewers in 1st

    Minneapolis - Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke, who enjoyed the year and a half he played in Milwaukee, was pleased to see the Brewers make it to the all-star break despite their struggles in July...

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  19. Matheny Explains 'MVP' McCutchen over Gomez in CF

    MINNEAPOLIS -- After weeks of preparing his roster and gleaning advice on how to best soak in his first All-Star experience, National League manager Mike Matheny got to work on Monday...

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  20. Different Kind of Pitch: Prepping Miller Park for Soccer

    Miller Park officials want to create a soccer pitch for the Swansea City-Chivas Guadalajara exhibition at 8 p.m. Wednesday that has the illusion of permanence...

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  21. It's Déjà Vu for Brewers' Carlos Gomez

    Minneapolis — It's purely coincidence that the New York Mets and Minnesota Twins were the host teams for the first two All-Star Games in which Carlos Gomez has and will appear...

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  22. Cactus Can't Keep All-Star Closer K-Rod Down

    MINNEAPOLIS -- He signed late, reported to Spring Training late and was not even the Milwaukee Brewers ' closer until dawn broke on Opening Day, but those who know Francisco Rodriguez ...

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  23. Stretching the Field: Brewers Feeling Good at the Break

    Philadelphia , PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Do you remember Keystone Light's "bitter beer face" ads from years ago? If not, just go to the preeminent video website YouTube...

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  24. Milwaukee Brewers Catcher Lucroy Is Now in MLB's Elite

    The Brewers have an elite player. One of the best and most impactful players in the league. But, until this season, Jonathan Lucroy didn't get much due.....

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  25. Peralta's Great Start

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