4/28/2016 | Villar, Crew prove bothersome to Arrieta
The Brewers entered Thursday knowing they would face Jake Arrieta, knowing all eyes would be on the Cubs' dominant right-hander and knowing he was trying to join Johnny Vander Meer as the second Major League pitcher to throw back-to-back no-hitters.
4/28/2016 | Happy to be back, Perez ready to help Crew
Hernan Perez showed up to a cold and cloudy Wrigley Field on Thursday to take the place of injured Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett, but the conditions were still better than some of the snow Perez encountered in Triple-A Colorado Springs.
4/28/2016 | Brewers, Marlins to open weekend set in Milwaukee
Right-hander Zach Davies will start for the Brewers against Marlins left-hander Adam Conley when the two teams meet Friday at 7:10 p.m. CT in Milwaukee. The contest will mark the opener of a three-game weekend series and a six-game Brewers homestand.
4/28/2016 | Crew's Gennett put on DL with oblique injury
The Brewers placed second baseman Scooter Gennett on the 15-day disabled list with right oblique tightness on Thursday and selected infielder Hernan Perez from Triple-A Colorado Springs.
4/27/2016 | Nieuwenhuis making case for increased at-bats
In a Brewers outfield still in flux, it seems Kirk Nieuwenhuis is beginning to emerge.
4/27/2016 | Gennett leaves club to assess oblique injury
Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett was back in Milwaukee on Wednesday for further evaluation after right oblique tightness caused his scratch from Tuesday's lineup.
4/27/2016 | Arrieta's no-no encore set for finale with Brewers
Jake Arrieta's effort to match Johnny Vander Meer and throw a second consecutive no-hitter was delayed by one day because of rain. The right-hander will try again Thursday when the Cubs and Brewers attempt to complete their series at Wrigley Field.
4/27/2016 | Rain pushes back Jungmann-Arrieta matchup
Wednesday night's game between the Cubs and Brewers was postponed because of inclement weather.
4/27/2016 | Glasnow among top prospect performers Tuesday
After he struggled in his last start for Triple-A Indianapolis, Pirates No. 1 prospect Tyler Glasnow returned to form Tuesday to fire six scoreless innings in a win against Durham.
4/27/2016 | Patient Cubs make Nelson work over 5 1/3
Brewers right-hander Jimmy Nelson said getting tired wasn't the issue.
4/26/2016 | Comfort equals confidence for Brewers' Villar
Brewers shortstop Jonathan Villar says he feels more comfortable in multiple ways this season.
4/26/2016 | Brewers rest Braun, until PH two-run double
Brewers manager Craig Counsell had to make a tough decision regarding balancing Ryan Braun's hot bat with the slugger's need for rest.
4/26/2016 | Santana's new plate approach reaping enormous dividends
Domingo Santana started out his Major League career with such spectacular contact issues that it was easy to wonder if he'd ever make it back. Not only has he done so, he's hitting the ball harder than anyone in baseball.
4/26/2016 | Double-take Jake? Arrieta set for no-hitter encore
Brewers manager Craig Counsell made an interesting comment when looking ahead to his team's Wednesday matchup against Cubs right-hander Jake Arrieta, who no-hit the Reds in his most recent start.
4/26/2016 | Triple effect: Russell's big hit propels Cubs
Addison Russell smacked a tiebreaking two-run triple with two outs in the sixth inning to lift the Cubs to a 4-3 victory over the Brewers on Tuesday night. With the win, the Cubs improved to 15-5, their best start since the 1907 team began 16-4.
4/25/2016 | Brewers at forefront of shift movement
Infield shifts are not a new invention. Teams loaded the right side regularly against Ted Williams in the 1940s, and other left-handed hitters received similar treatment over the decades. But very generally speaking, shifts mostly were reserved for left-handed hitters with power.
4/25/2016 | Crew recognizes value of infield shifts
You could see it in the way he arched his back in agony. For a moment, Jimmy Nelson had forgotten he pitched for the National League's "shiftiest" team.
4/25/2016 | Rodgers, Bell, Happ lead Prospect Team of the Week
MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Team of the Week honors the best performances from the previous seven days. Any player currently on an organization Top 30 Prospects list on our Prospect Watch is eligible, including big leaguers.
4/24/2016 | Hendricks on tap as Cubs return to Wrigley
The Cubs may finally have a chance to get settled into their new 30,000-square foot clubhouse. On Tuesday, the Cubs begin a stretch in which they will play 16 of their next 19 games at Wrigley Field, beginning with the Brewers.
4/24/2016 | Don't call it a comeback: Carter hitting to all fields
The Brewers' sixth-run sixth inning on Sunday was their biggest outburst all season, but Chris Carter's contribution was nothing new. He hit the second of his two doubles amid Milwaukee's decisive rally in an 8-5 win over the Phillies, continuing Carter's impressive early-season slugging.
4/24/2016 | 'Locked in' Braun eyeing seventh ASG nod
Ryan Braun's bid for a seventh Midsummer Classic began Sunday, when he was among eight Brewers players on the 2016 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot launched by Major League Baseball.
4/24/2016 | Break on through: Crew's bats come alive vs. Phils
Wily Peralta finally delivered a quality start, and the Brewers rewarded their struggling Opening Day starter with a go-ahead, six-run rally for an 8-5 win over the Phillies on Sunday at Miller Park.
4/23/2016 | Anderson unable to get rotation out of rut
With four turns of the starting rotation complete, it appears the Brewers have a significant pitching problem.
4/23/2016 | Big Wily style: Peralta seeks first win vs. Phils, Eickhoff
Brewers right-hander Wily Peralta hopes to get on track at 1:10 p.m. CT Sunday in the series finale against the Phillies at Miller Park.
4/23/2016 | Walsh won't alter hitting approach, expand zone
Three weeks into his Major League career, Brewers rookie and Rule 5 Draft pick Colin Walsh was not about to criticize any umpires. But he was also unwilling to compromise his patient approach at the plate, even in light of some close called third strikes.
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