3/12/2014 | Garza knocked around in loss to Angels
Brewers starter Matt Garza was charged with 10 runs, six earned, over 1 2/3 innings in a 12-2 loss to the Angels on Wednesday.
3/12/2014 | Weeks happily 'free' after hamstring pops
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks exited Wednesday's game against the Angels, but said he was fine afterwards.
3/12/2014 | Gorzelanny progressing; Opening Day in question
Brewers left-hander Tom Gorzelanny is making steady progress in his return from offseason shoulder surgery, but he's running out of time to be game-ready by Opening Day.
3/12/2014 | Hellweg, De La Torre join list of camp cuts
The Brewers optioned Johnny Hellweg and outrighted Jose De La Torre to Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday, continuing a very busy week of camp cuts.
3/12/2014 | K-Rod gets treatment after stepping on cactus
In the pantheon of oddball injuries, what befell Brewers reliever Francisco Rodriguez this week might not rise to the level of Steve Sparks separating his shoulder trying to tear a phone book in two during Milwaukee's Spring Training in 1994, or general manager Doug Melvin rushing to the emergency room after being stung by a scorpion last year.
3/10/2014 | Roles reversed, but challenged call isn't
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke calmly asked for the umpires to review a play at the plate in the ninth inning on Monday, but for reasons other than what the fans in the stands may have assumed.
3/10/2014 | Gallardo solid in outing against White Sox
Jeff Keppinger's fielder's choice ground ball in the ninth inning drove in the tie-breaking run and lifted the White Sox to a 6-3 victory over the Brewers before a crowd of 4,729 Monday afternoon at Maryvale Baseball Park.
3/10/2014 | Weeks competing to keep job with Brewers
Rickie Weeks has a big league resume. That, however, does not mean he has the assurance of an everyday job with the Brewers.
3/10/2014 | Lohse reflects on whirlwind spring of 2013
A year ago Monday, Kyle Lohse made his spring debut. Agent Scott Boras arranged for Lohse to pitch in a simulated game against the Scottsdale Community College Artichokes.
3/10/2014 | K-Rod scheduled to debut on Thursday
Reliever Francisco Rodriguez threw a live batting practice session on Sunday and is on track to make his first spring appearance on Thursday, when the Brewers travel to Peoria to play the Padres. He'll also throw a light bullpen session on Wednesday.
3/10/2014 | Brewers release bullpen candidate Olmsted
The Brewers announced on Monday that they released hard-throwing right-hander Michael Olmsted, a non-roster invitee who was one of several candidates competing for a bullpen spot.
3/9/2014 | Brewers rack up 11 hits against Cubs
The Brewers took the lead with a seventh-inning five-spot on RBI hits from Logan Schafer, Pete Orr and Nick Ramirez, but the Cubs rallied for a 10-8 Cactus League victory on Sunday in Mesa, Ariz.
3/9/2014 | Potential waiting game in store for Thornburg
The addition of Matt Garza gave the Brewers' starting rotation a much-needed boost, but that roster move probably means Tyler Thornburg will have to hold off a little longer to settle into a Major League role.
3/9/2014 | Aramis to play every other day in first week
The plan is for Aramis Ramirez to alternate games for a week and then be re-evaluated by the club's medical staff. Ramirez fully expects to be cleared to play on a more regular basis once the week is complete.
3/9/2014 | Single blemish of '13 is motivation for Nelson
More than five months later, Jimmy Nelson is still irked about those three walks -- and one run -- he issued against the Mets in his first Major League start.
3/9/2014 | Brewers' Peralta battles against Indians
Milwaukee starter Wily Peralta pitched into the fourth inning and allowed three runs, while Indians rotation hopeful Josh Tomlin spun four shutout innings to help Cleveland earn a 4-2 Cactus League victory over a split Brewers squad.
3/9/2014 | Braun still drawing a crowd in Brewers camp
Ryan Braun continues to be a magnet for national reporters, but the Brewers slugger is more focused on his switch to right than the media glare.
3/8/2014 | Aramis shows up swinging in late spring start
Aramis Ramirez ripped the first pitch of his season for a three-run double on Saturday, and he finished 2-for-2 with a walk in his first game since his surgery to remove a benign polyp from his colon.
3/8/2014 | Aoki visits old friends at Maryvale Park
Norichika Aoki, the Brewers' starting right fielder and leadoff man for most of the past two seasons before he was sent to the Royals for Will Smith, reunited with his old teammates Saturday when the Brewers met the Royals at Maryvale Baseball Park.
3/8/2014 | Brewers test replay three times vs. Royals
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke threw his metaphorical first challenge flag on Saturday at Maryvale Baseball Park in the first inning against the Royals. Then he threw another. And another.
3/8/2014 | Teammate Duke reminds Wooten of UNC rivalry
Left-hander Zach Duke is not a Blue Devils fan, for the record. That doesn't make it easier for Rob Wooten, whose Tar Heels were poised for a big night game against the archrival Blue Devils.
3/8/2014 | Making up for lost time, K-Rod on schedule
Francisco Rodriguez, who arrived in Brewers camp about two weeks late, said he would throw live batting practice on Sunday before making his first appearance in a Cactus League game either Wednesday against the Angels or Thursday against the Padres.
3/8/2014 | Aramis goes 2-for-2 in Cactus League debut
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez hit the first pitch he had seen all year for a three-run double, and Milwaukee rallied late for a 7-6 win at Maryvale Baseball Park on Saturday.
3/7/2014 | Lohse makes between-starts bullpen a group affair
PHOENIX -- Every single time he picks up a baseball, Kyle Lohse says, he does so with purpose. He's hoping his fellow Brewers starting pitchers are thinking the same way. That's why Lohse imported one St. Louis Cardinals tradition to Milwaukee after he signed with the Brewers last season.
3/7/2014 | Ramirez aiming for spring debut on Saturday
Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez says he's ready to go. The 35-year-old veteran underwent surgery in early January to remove a benign polyp from his colon and was set back at the start of Spring Training. He ran the bases on Friday without any problems and said he would be ready to start at third base for Saturday's game against the Royals at Maryvale Baseball Park.
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