New York Post "Lucas Duda is a man on a mission. A night after establishing his career high for home runs in a season, the powerful first baseman delivered maybe his biggest hit of 2014, rescuing the Mets from an ugly defeat. Duda’s two-run homer in the ninth inning against Francisco Rodriguez quieted the..." July 26
#Brewers 2B Scooter Gennett out of starting lineup tonight as expected with right quadriceps tightness.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "As quickly as things can fall apart for a major-league team, they can come back together. That's the way baseball is. Of course, the baseball gods tend to help those who help themselves, which the Milwaukee Brewers did Wednesday afternoon at Miller Park by taking a 5-1 victory over the..." July 24
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Milwaukee Brewers used the long ball to maximum effect Tuesday night. They hit a season-high four home runs — all solo shots — with Jonathan Lucroy accounting for a pair. It was his second that powered the Brewers to a 4-3 walk-off victory over the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park. The..." July 23
The Wall Street Journal "As Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig approaches the end of his final season on the job, the task of choosing his successor remains far from finished. But there is a growing sense of inevitability among baseball officials that the job will end up going to Selig's right-hand man. Rob..." July 23
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "After seeing seemingly every break go against them over the course of the past few weeks, things evened out a little bit for the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night. Three defensive miscues by the Cincinnati Reds paved the way to an early lead, and the Milwaukee Brewers held it the rest of the..." July 22
Washington Post "Milwaukee Brewers starter Matt Garza was so baffled and frustrated, he walked slowly off the mound toward the dugout and barely acknowledged his manager. He held his glove out and waved it at his side. Only one out into the bottom of the first inning Saturday, the Washington Nationals had a..." July 20
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Kyle Lohse was as exhausted as a pitcher can be after surrendering only one run over seven innings. "It was survival," he said, aptly describing his night on the mound. It also was a veteran who knows how to bend but not break. Despite giving up 10 hits, Lohse held Washington to one run..." July 19
#Brewers officially have reinstated SS Jean Segura from bereavement list. We will see later today if he's up to playing tonight vs. Nats.
#Brewers place INF Jeff Bianchi on 15-day DL with right elbow strain. SS Jean Segura will take his place on roster upon return tomorrow,
MLB.com "After enduring personal tragedy, Brewers shortstop Jean Segura is ready to get back to work, according to his manager. Brewers manager Ron Roenicke told the team’s flagship radio station that Segura returned to Milwaukee on Wednesday night and would be active in Washington D.C. this weekend...." July 17
MLB.com "The 2014 All-Star Game at Target Field was always going to be about Derek Jeter. Jeter has been the face of baseball for nearly two decades, winning five World Series titles and being named an All-Star 14 times in a career that is set to end with his retirement after the season. So it was..." July 16
ESPN.com "As the recent death of Tony Gwynn to salivary gland cancer continues to resonate in baseball circles, commissioner Bud Selig and Players Association executive director Tony Clark both want MLB to make strides toward reducing and ultimately eliminating the use of smokeless tobacco in the game. But..." July 15
AL All-Star lineup Jeter SS Trout LF Cano 2B Cabrera 1B Bautista RF Cruz DH Jones CF Donaldson 3B Perez C Hernandez P
NL All-Star lineup: McCutchen CF Puig RF Tulowitzki SS Goldschmidt 1B Stanton DH A. Ramirez 3B Utley 2B Lucroy C Gomez LF Wainwright P
Elian Herrera making his first big-league start at shortstop today because Jeff Bianchi has a sore elbow.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The Cardinals have been in the playoffs 10 times in the previous 14 seasons so being in first place really matters to them only in September or occasionally in October. But, inasmuch as they hadn’t been there for the last 98 days this year, since April 5, their ascension to a tie for the lead in..." July 13
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The Cardinals, dead last by a lot in the National League in home runs, have had a landmark week in that department. On Monday and Tuesday, there were walk-off wins in the ninth inning via homers by Matt Adams and Kolten Wong after the club hadn’t had any of those in nearly three years. On..." July 12
#Brewers SS Jean Segura has left the team to travel to the Dominican Republic. His 9-month-old son passed away yesterday.
CSN Philly "The Phillies are still buried in last place in the National League East and they need a high-powered telescope to see the top of the division. So, nobody of sane mind, or at least nobody who has seen this team play for the past year, will be fooled into thinking that a four-game sweep of the..." July 11
It's official. The #Brewers have signed 16-year-old Dominican shortstop Gilbert Lara.
Philly.com "There was thought, Ryne Sandberg said, to granting Roberto Hernandez a shot at his first complete game in almost a year. The sinkerballer limited Milwaukee to one run in eight innings Wednesday on 84 pitches. He attacked an aggressive lineup that has occupied first place for 92 straight days only..." July 10
CSN Philly "Domonic Brown says he knew nothing about general manager Ruben Amaro Jr.’s public criticism of the Phillies’ offense on Monday. Amaro’s call-out of the Phillies’ flaccid bat rack included a threat to make changes if certain unproductive hitters didn’t quickly become productive. You didn’t..." July 09
CSN Philly "There will come a time in the coming weeks and months when the Phillies will reach an inevitable transition stage. Personnel changes will be made as the Phils try to reverse their losing ways and become a contender again. No matter what changes are made, it seems likely that Cole Hamels will..." July 08
Cincinnati Enquirer "Jay Bruce snapped out of a career-high 0-for-26 skid with a bang. A big, big bang. Bruce's two-run home run in the eighth inning lifted the Reds to a 4-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers before a crowd of 27,923 at Great American Ball Park. The victory gave the Reds the series and was..." July 07
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Matt Garza's best performance in a Milwaukee Brewers uniform came in his first start for them on April 2. Until Saturday, that is. The right-hander dominated the Cincinnati Reds, tossing a complete-game, two-hit shutout to lead the Brewers to a 1-0 victory in front of 38,754 fans at Great..." July 06
Ryan Braun pulled due to lower-back spasms.
Carlos Gomez had Ryan Braun pitch Gomez's candidacy for the HR Derby to NL captain Troy Tulowitzki. Gomez really wants to do it.
Cincinnati Enquirer "Reds manager Bryan Price was asked before Friday's game if the Reds would keep Alfredo Simon in the rotation for the rest of the season given that Simon is quickly approaching his career-high for innings. Price said the Reds would. A couple of hours later, Simon showed why. He went 7 1/3..." July 05
#Brewers MiLB 1B Hunter Morris will miss six weeks with a fractured right arm.
Ron Roenicke says plan is to have Khris Davis back in the lineup on Friday in Cincinnati. Davis said he's sore, but better than yesterday.
Toronto Sun "Jose Bautista had a Canada Day present to the fans — himself. The Blue Jays slugger had been absent from the lineup — save for a pinch-hitting appearance on Sunday — for the past eight games after tweaking his right hamstring in Cincinnati but here he was back in the lineup as the DH. With..." July 02
Khris Davis with a left shoulder strain. Did it diving into second base. Day to day. #Brewers
Khris Davis has exited the game. Was grabbing his left shoulder after the rundown in the last half-inning.
ESPN.com "Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez said Sunday his neck is OK after he had to leave Saturday night's game against the Colorado Rockies following an outfield collision with teammate Ryan Braun. Gomez left Saturday's 7-4 win over Colorado in the seventh with a neck strain after the..." June 29
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Carlos Gomez gives. His first-inning three-run home run against Colorado carried the Milwaukee Brewers to yet another victory against the Colorado Rockies, this one, 7-4, Saturday at Miller Park. And Carlos Gomez was nearly taken away. In the seventh inning, the Brewers' centerfielder..." June 29
Brewers SS Jean Segura left the game with leg cramps.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Milwaukee Brewers just keep on rolling at the expense of the Colorado Rockies. Ryan Braun's two-out single to center in the ninth inning lifted the Brewers to an exciting 3-2 victory Friday night at Miller Park, their fifth in as many games against the Rockies. The walk-off victory was..." June 28
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "No Ryan Braun? No Jonathan Lucroy? No Aramis Ramirez? No worries. With most of their big guns getting the day off following the 16-inning marathon that had ended roughly 12 hours earlier, the Milwaukee Brewers got all the offense they needed from two of their talented youngsters Wednesday at..." June 26
CSN Washington "Ryan Zimmerman's two-run home run in the 16th inning lifted the Washington Nationals to a 4-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night. Zimmerman hit a 2-0 pitch off Mike Fiers (0-1) over the wall in left field to score Adam LaRoche for the Nationals fourth consecutive win. Tyler..." June 25
Washington Post "This season has been trying for Washington Nationals starter Gio Gonzalez. His performance hasn’t been up to his usual standard or ability. He landed on the disabled list for the first time in his seven-year major league career, his inflamed left shoulder betraying him and forcing him to miss a..." June 24
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The kings of the road continue to roll. Riding some early offense, a solid performance from their bullpen and another miraculous gift from the baseball gods — this time in the form of a ninth-inning Corey Dickerson pratfall — the Milwaukee Brewers closed out a tremendous road trip with a wild..." June 23
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Just two games in, and the Milwaukee Brewers' series with the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field has already become one of their most entertaining in recent memory. Less than 24 hours after outlasting the Rockies in a marathon slugfest, the Brewers rode the momentum of one of the most bizarre..." June 22
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Pitching knowing that your spot in the starting rotation might be hanging in the balance is pressure enough. Doing so at Coors Field? That's a different matter entirely. Yet that was the situation Marco Estrada found himself in Friday night. And, save for an early barrage by the Colorado..." June 21
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Yovani Gallardo is back in a groove, and that's a very good thing for the Milwaukee Brewers. The right-hander turned in his third consecutive strong start Thursday afternoon, limiting the Arizona Diamondbacks to five hits and one run over seven innings to lead the way in a 4-1 victory at Chase..." June 20
Baseball America "Yasmani Tomas, one of the top young power hitters in Cuba and a member of the national team, has left the island to pursue a contract with a major league team, Baseball America has learned. The Cuban newspaper Granma also confirmed that Tomas had left the country. Tomas is 23 and has played..." June 20
Hardball Talk "Ken Rosenthal spoke to Tony Clark, head of the MLBPA. The topic: smokeless tobacco. Tony Gwynn was a personal hero of Clark’s, and Rosenthal asked him if Gwynn’s death — almost certainly caused by smokeless tobacco use — was enough to get the union to either push for or agree to a ban on smokeless..." June 20
Arizona Republic "The Diamondbacks recorded nine hits Wednesday evening, but the last was the most important as Tony Campana's walkoff single scored Martin Prado from third for Arizona's first win of the series against the Brewers. Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said after the game that it was the perfect..." June 19
Yahoo! Sports "It's obvious what happened. Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane and Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin sat down with each other recently for a screening of the original "Robocop" and it inspired them to make a trade. And that deal is Milwaukee sending left-hander Brad Mills..." June 19