1. Matt Clark Three-Run Homer Caps Brewers Win

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  2. Brewers Rough Up Reds in Series Finale

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  3. Brewers 9, Reds 2: Brewers Offense Has a Breakout Day

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  4. Brewers' Bats Quiet Again in 5-1 Loss to Reds

    Brewers slugger Carlos Gomez struck out an off-speed pitch with a swing so hard that his helmet fell off his head. He angrily slammed the helmet with his bat before walking away...

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  5. Reds 5, Brewers 1: Brewers Handcuffed by Another Struggling Pitcher

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  6. Lyle Overbay Is Clutch with Ninth Inning Game-Winner for the Brewers

    Lyle Overbay smacked a game-winning line drive in the bottom of the ninth with the sacks jammed to give the Milwaukee Brewers a hard-fought 3-2 win over the Cincinnati Reds Friday night before a crowd of 31,000 plus at Miller Park...

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  7. Davis Downplays Forearm Issue, but Power Lacking

    A sore right forearm might help explain Brewers left fielder Khris Davis' recent drop in power production...

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  8. Brewers Giving Clark Chance to Shore Up First Base

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  9. Marlins' Stanton Hit in Face in Loss to Brewers

    Miami slugger Giancarlo Stanton was hit under the left eye by a fastball and bleeding from the face as he was driven off the field in an ambulance Thursday night in a 4-2 loss to Milwaukee ...

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  10. Benches Clear in Marlins-Brewers Game

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  11. Brewers Stop Four-Game Skid by Beating Marlins, 4-1

    The Milwaukee Brewers are again going without Ryan Braun in the starting lineup as they attempt to halt their late-season skid against the Miami Marlins at Miller Park. .....

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  12. Brewers 4, Marlins 1: A Therapeutic Win

    Matt Clark hit his first major league home run, and Wily Peralta and Jonathan Broxton delivered on the mound to keep the Brewers in the hunt. .....

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  13. Milwaukee Brewers Drop Rookie Jimmy Nelson from Rotation

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  14. Marlins 6, Brewers 3: Brewers Miss Chance to Gain Ground with Late Collapse

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  15. Lineup: Braun Sitting Tonight vs. Marlins

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  16. National League's Surprise Team Is Crashing Back Down to Earth

    Pop quiz, hotshot: Which Major League Baseball team has spent the most days in first place during the course of the 2014 season? Here's a hint: Check the picture up top...

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  17. Brewers' Yovani Gallardo Ties All-Time Franchise Strikeouts Record

    Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo had one highlight in an otherwise unimpressive outing against the Miami Marlins on Monday, breaking the all-time franchise record for strikeouts with his lone K of the night, per MLB Milestones ...

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  18. The Brewers' Collapse in One Stat

    The Brewers lost again on Monday night, this time to the Marlins (MIA 6, MIL 4). It was Milwaukee's 12th loss in their last 13 games. To call what they've done a collapse would be an understatement...

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  19. Stuck on Repeat: Milwaukee Brewers' Losing Ways Continue vs. Miami Marlins

    MILWAUKEE -- The bad record the Milwaukee Brewers have been spinning on loop for the last 12 games played yet again at Miller Park on Monday night.....

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  20. Video: Gallardo Becomes Franchise Leader in Ks

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  21. Miami Marlins vs. Milwaukee Brewers Live Blog: Instant Analysis, Reaction

    With the season rapidly coming to a close, the Miami Marlins and Milwaukee Brewers came into Game 1 of their four-game series both needing a win. At the end of Monday night, it was the Marlins who would come up victorious 6-4...

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  22. Brewers Hold Team Meeting After Sloppy Loss to the Cardinals

    The Brewers ' late-season swoon finally got bad enough for the players to call a closed-door clubhouse meeting after their latest debacle Sunday.....

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  23. It's a Little Late for Brewers' Newfound Sense of Urgency

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  24. Jonathan Lucroy Says the Brewers Are Still Better Than the Cardinals

    Things aren't going swimmingly for the Brewers . On Sunday, they were knocked around by the Cardinals (STL 9, MIL 1) and in doing so dropped three of four at home to the division leaders, and overall they've lost 11 of their last 12...

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  25. Have the Brewers Bottomed Out?

    Another week of baseball is in the books, which means it's time for our weekly grades. As a reminder, we're pretty flexible with our grades. We grade individual series, teams, players, coaches, umpires, whatever...

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