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7/12/2014 | Roenicke gets call overturned after issuing challenge

Brewers manager Ron Roenicke successfully challenged a play at first base in the fifth inning, taking a run by the Cardinals off the scoreboard.

7/12/2014 | Cards, Crew look to take sole possession of first place

Wily Peralta will try to snap the Brewers' seven-game skid and put them back into sole possession of first place when he squares off against Carlos Martinez, who is trying to knock the Brewers down to second place on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park.

7/12/2014 | Nelson roughed up as Cards tie Brewers in Central

Highly touted pitching prospect Jimmy Nelson was roughed up for eight runs (six earned) in just 4 1/3 innings en route to a 10-2 loss to St. Louis on Saturday as the freefalling Brewers dropped into a first-place tie with the Cardinals.

7/12/2014 | Brewers heartbroken by death of Segura's infant son

Brewers players spent Saturday morning trying to get ready for their game vs. the Cardinals while hurting inside for shortstop Jean Segura, who was informed following Friday's loss that his nine-month-old son, Janniel, had died suddenly in the Dominican Republic.

7/11/2014 | Lucroy named to All-Star starting lineup

With the first-place Brewers fighting a funk, catcher Jonathan Lucroy was not eager to discuss being added to the National League's starting lineup for Tuesday's All-Star Game.

7/11/2014 | Uecker reunites with Costas in MLB Network booth

Bob Costas has anchored nine Olympic Games and been on the mic for World Series games, Super Bowls and NBA Finals. So where did his on-air reunion Friday night with old friend Bob Uecker rank among those broadcast endeavors? "At least in my top 500," Costas said.

7/11/2014 | Roenicke: 'Impossible' to keep Nelson in Minors

If the slumping Brewers had a hitting version of Jimmy Nelson, the pitching prospect who tore up the Triple-A Pacific Coast League during the first half of the season, he might have been promoted Thursday night, too.

7/11/2014 | Brewers place Wang on DL with shoulder tightness

The Brewers placed Rule 5 Draft pick Wei-Chung Wang on the disabled list late Thursday with what the club said was left shoulder tightness, a move that could actually increase Wang's workload in the coming weeks.

7/11/2014 | Wainwright eyes series victory vs. rookie Nelson

Adam Wainwright will try to clinch a series victory and tie the Cardinals for first place in the Central when he squares off against rookie Jimmy Nelson and the Brewers on Saturday afternoon at Miller Park.

7/11/2014 | Crew's loss takes back seat after death in family

The toughest defeat amid the toughest stretch of the Brewers' season was the very least of manager Ron Roenicke's worries late on Friday night. Twenty minutes after the final out of a 7-6 loss to the Cardinals, his voice cracking, Roenicke briefly addressed reporters.

7/11/2014 | Montero named to replace Yadier at All-Star Game

D-backs catcher Miguel Montero on Friday was added to the National League roster for the All-Star Game. Montero takes the place of injured Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, who was elected as the starter in the fan voting.

7/10/2014 | Two reviews in wild eighth inning favor Brewers

Instant replay confirmed one ruling on the field and overturned another in the eighth inning of the Phillies' 9-1 win over the Brewers on Thursday at Miller Park.

7/10/2014 | Top prospect Nelson called up to start Saturday

The Brewers recalled right-hander Jimmy Nelson from Triple-A Nashville following their 9-1 loss to the Phillies on Thursday. He will start Saturday vs. St. Louis.

7/10/2014 | Fiers earns All-Star honors at Triple-A Nashville

Triple-A Nashville right-hander Mike Fiers, who won nine games for the Brewers in 2012, was added to the Pacific Coast League All-Star team by the league office.

7/10/2014 | Cardinals, Brewers battle for first before break

As the All-Star break approaches, St. Louis and Milwaukee find themselves in a battle to the first-half finish line. Joe Kelly makes his long-awaited return on Friday night against the Brewers' Yovani Gallardo.

7/10/2014 | Brewers fall on big inning after Garza's no-hit bid

Matt Garza carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but the Phillies scored seven runs in the eighth on Thursday afternoon at Miller Park to sweep the series with a 9-1 win.

7/9/2014 | Segura searching for offensive consistency

Although he's still playing sensational defense, shortstop Jean Segura's production at the plate this season pales in comparison to his offensive performance during the first half of last season that earned him a spot on the 2013 All-Star team.

7/9/2014 | All-Star Lucroy gets well deserved off-day

All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who has started 82 of the first 91 games, was held out of the starting lineup Wednesday.

7/9/2014 | Braun gets another day to rest back; can pinch-hit

Outfielder Ryan Braun was held out of Wednesday's starting lineup rather than risk another recurrence of the back problems that have plagued him since last weekend.

7/9/2014 | Garza looks to keep rolling, get Crew on track in finale

Matt Garza will take the mound at just the right time for Milwaukee, which will try to avoid being swept in four games by the Phillies in Thursday afternoon's series finale at Miller Park. Philadelphia will send rookie David Buchanan to the hill.

7/9/2014 | Lohse strong but Milwaukee bats stay silent

The offensive woes continued for the slumping Brewers, who managed just three hits en route to their eighth loss in nine games, a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Roberto Hernandez and the Phillies on Wednesday night.

7/9/2014 | Roenicke deserves NL Manager of Year honors

For reasons that show up in the standings, and one reason that doesn't, the first half National League Manager of the Year is Ron Roenicke of the Brewers.

7/8/2014 | Lohse sets out to top Phillies after All-Star snub

Kyle Lohse heads to the mound on Wednesday for the Brewers against the Phillies, taking on Roberto Hernandez in the matchup at Miller Park.

7/8/2014 | Brewers' big first inning fades fast in loss to Phillies

Two big Milwaukee homers in the first inning made it seem as though the slumping Brewers had come alive again. But the Phillies dampened the mood quickly by spraying the ball all over the field, and their barrage of hits sent Milwaukee to a 9-7 loss, its seventh defeat in eight games.

7/8/2014 | Brewers shuffle lineup with Braun out

With Ryan Braun out of Tuesday's lineup with back issues that have lingered from this weekend, Ron Roenicke took an opportunity to do something he's been thinking about for a while and returned to a lineup that more closely resembles the one he put out on Opening Day.

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