When left-hander Chris Narveson begins a Minor League rehabilitation assignment next week, he will stretch out as a starter.
Brewers assistant general manager Gord Ash remembered with fondness Friday legendary scout Epy Guerrero, who worked for Milwaukee from 1996-2003 and died Thursday in the Dominican Republic. He was 71.
Right-hander Marco Estrada was brilliant against the Pirates in Friday's series opener, throwing seven innings of one-run ball with eight punchouts in a 2-1 Brewers victory.
The Brewers on Friday activated lefty reliever Tom Gorzelanny from the disabled list and placed rookie starter Hiram Burgos on the 15-day DL with right shoulder impingement.
Manager Ron Roenicke knows his starting pitchers, to a man, are struggling. With more than a quarter of the season in the books, Brewers starters are 11-19 with a 5.28 ERA in 45 games, worst in the NL and one of only four clubs in the Majors with a starters' ERA above 5.00.
Brewers right-hander Kyle Lohse will miss his next start with what manager Ron Roenicke called "irritation" in the veteran's right elbow, a potentially troubling development considering Lohse is nine starts into a three-year, $33 million contract.
Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy logged his second three-hit game of the season against the Dodgers on Tuesday, including a first-inning RBI single and a fifth-inning single amid a go-ahead, four-run rally. Both of those hits came against his buddy Zack Greinke.
Brewers Minor League pitching prospect Damien Magnifico has a big right arm and, it turns out, a big heart. Magnifico took to Twitter on Tuesday, hoping to raise awareness of the disaster relief efforts under way in Oklahoma, and pledged to make a donation for every re-Tweet he received.
Ryan Braun made a great catch and belted a homer, but the Brewers dropped a 9-2 decision to the Dodgers in Wednesday's rubber game. Milwaukee owner Mark Attanasio was in attendance and did not like what he saw at Miller Park.
Carlos Gomez's two-run double in the fifth inning pushed the Brewers to a 5-2 win over the Dodgers and gave former teammate Zack Greinke his first career loss at Miller Park.
The Brewers are on track to get two left-handed arms back from injury in the next two weeks. Tom Gorzelanny and Chris Narveson have each made strides Tuesday to get back on the active roster.
Brewers bullpen coach Lee Tunnell has lived in Oklahoma City for the last 11 years, and knows enough about the town to know its residents will band together in the wake of Monday's devastating tornado.
Former American League Fireman of the Year Ken Sanders, who pitched three seasons for the Brewers, including their inaugural 1970 campaign, will represent the club on the first day of next month's First-Year Player Draft.
Double-A Huntsville left-hander Alan Williams drew a 50-game suspension without pay Tuesday after a second positive test for a drug of abuse.
With Clayton Kershaw on the mound for the Dodgers, Yovani Gallardo needed to be great. He was something less than that as the Brewers dropped the series opener, 3-1.
Corey Hart hit two more milestones Monday in his recovery from right knee surgery but will not be ready to come off the 60-day disabled list when his term expires on May 30.
Brewers head groundskeeper Justin Scott and his staff took on the tall task of transforming Miller Park from a concert venue back to a ballpark in less than 48 hours this weekend.
After a tough trip through the National League Central, the Brewers returned home Monday to face the Dodgers' top three starting pitchers: Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke and Hyun-Jin Ryu.
The Brewers couldn't escape a four-run fourth-inning rally in Sunday's 4-2 loss at Busch Stadium as they finished a road trip in which they dropped three straight series.
It was Brewers shortstop Jean Segura and his .361 batting average atop the National League leaderboard at the start of Sunday's games. The day before, it was Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez at .352.
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke was happy to hear that John Axford is planning to adopt a more animated presence on the pitcher's mound.
With Tom Gorzelanny and Chris Narveson on the disabled list, the Brewers' only active left-handed pitcher is Michael Gonzalez, who was called upon Saturday to face lefty-swinging Cardinals center fielder Jon Jay and surrendered a tying single.
John Axford escaped a major jam in the bottom of the ninth inning and the Brewers worked overtime to beat the Cardinals on Saturday, winning 6-4 in 10 innings on Jeff Bianchi's two-out, two-run single in the 10th.
The Brewers have tried leaving Rickie Weeks alone. They tried moving him down in the order. They tried giving him a day off. Now they may try something else.
A cold streak personally and for the team prompted Brewers infielder Yuniesky Betancourt to buzz the mohawk he had been sporting for several weeks, a superstitious bid for some better results.
A successful 40-pitch bullpen session Saturday pushed left-hander Chris Narveson another step closer to returning from a finger injury. But will he return to the Brewers' starting rotation or bullpen?
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
After winning the three previous meetings against the Brewers, ace A.J. Burnett and the Pirates look to continue the winning trend against their NL Central rivals and starter Marco Estrada in Friday's series opener at Miller Park.
The Cardinals built a big early lead before holding off Aramis Ramirez's singlehanded charge to beat the Brewers, 7-6, on Friday at Busch Stadium.
Manager Ron Roenicke was the only one who spoke when he called a rare postgame meeting on Thursday after the Brewers suffered their 12th loss in 14 games.