Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Make that three series sweeps and counting for the Milwaukee Brewers, officially the hottest team in Major League Baseball. Led by Kyle Lohse's 82/3 dominant innings and helped by just enough offense and yet another big break that went their way in the sixth inning, the Brewers continued their..." April 14
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Centerfielder Carlos Gomez was a unanimous selection as the Milwaukee Brewers' 2013 most valuable player in annual balloting by the Milwaukee chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America. Gomez received all eight first-place ballots to total 40 points. Voters made three selections for..." October 11
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Nobody can say the Milwaukee Brewers went down without a fight in 2013. In what might have been their most interesting game of the season they overcame a first-inning benches-clearing fracas sparked by Carlos Gomez to record their fourth shutout of the Atlanta Braves 4-0 at Turner..." September 26
Tomahawk Take "According to Ken Rosenthal the Braves claimed Kyle Lohse when the Brewers put him on waivers earlier this month. They wanted Lohse who they passed up in last years free agent market as a replacement for Tim Hudson. The Brewers withdrew the waivers and no trade talk ever got going. Lohse has $22M..." August 25
Source: Lohse was claimed on waivers but #Brewers did not see a potential match with claiming club and pulled him back. Will not be traded.
Fox Sports Wisconsin "Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Kyle Lohse won't be traded as the club has reportedly decided to hold on to the veteran. According to FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal Lohse was claimed off waivers and then pulled back by the Brewers after they did not see a potential trade match with the claiming..." August 09
Washington Post "If the Washington Nationals are going to make the much-anticipated, still-absent run that validates their expectations, they first need to find a launching point. This week seemed to provide the ideal moment. Bryce Harper returned Monday, the Nationals scored double-digit runs in consecutive games..." July 04
#Brewers announce that Kyle Lohse will start Wed in Washington after going only 1.2 IP before rain Sunday. Thursday starter TBA for now.
Fox Sports Wisconsin "It had been some time since everything clicked at once for the Milwaukee Brewers. Struggles in one facet of the game would lead to the demise of the others. At long last, the Brewers got a well-pitched game, the offense put up a crooked number and the defense made big plays in a 9-1 victory..." June 10
Fox Sports Wisconsin "For the second straight day, Milwaukee's starting pitcher felt a hamstring injury pop up during the game. While Marco Estrada felt his left hamstring strain on a pitch, Brewers right-hander Kyle Lohse felt his left hamstring grab while running the bases in the third inning. Lohse stayed in the..." June 05
We interrupt your otherwise dreary afternoon with this news: Kyle Lohse's bullpen session went fine & he expects to start Thursday. #Brewers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Right-handed pitcher Kyle Lohse will miss his next start because of elbow soreness, Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said Wednesday. His place in the rotation Saturday vs. Pittsburgh will be taken by Mike Fiers, a starter last season who is working out of the bullpen this year. Fiers was..." May 23
Kyle Lohse has some elbow irritation and will miss a start. Mike Fiers on Saturday vs. Pirates. Details coming to the site. #Brewers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Kyle Lohse finally picked up his first victory for the Milwaukee Brewers but paid a physical price in doing so. Luckily for Lohse and the Brewers, the early indication was that the price was a small one. Lohse pitched five solid innings Monday night and the Brewers recorded their eighth..." April 23
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Other pitchers on the Milwaukee Brewers' staff should be forced to watch videos of Kyle Lohse's first three starts with the club - over and over. Lohse is a study in pounding the strike zone and putting hitters on the defensive. In his first 20 innings after joining the Brewers as a free agent,..." April 21