If the Brewers try to move Ryan Braun to another team before the end of his contract, it's "in all likelihood" Dodgers or bust, he suggested earlier this week in a radio interview.
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After a strong regular season, Monte Harrison got off to a slow start in the Arizona Fall League, but got back on track with a pair of homers in Salt River's 10-4 win over Glendale on Friday. The Brewers' No. 14 prospect hit a grand slam in the fourth and a two-run homer in the ninth on his way to a 3-for-5, seven RBI performance in the Rafters' third straight win.
The Brewers reported the beginnings of "a remarkable recovery" in their latest update about the health of Minor League infielder Julio Mendez, who suffered a cardiac event when he was hit by a pitch in the chest during a rookie league game in Tempe, Ariz. on Aug. 26.
Milwaukee Brewers No. 10 prospect Lucas Erceg has been taking full advantage of a second chance at baseball. His efforts proved fruitful as he helped the Rafters defeat the Solar Sox, 6-5, on Wednesday afternoon.
Regarded by many scouts as arguably the best pure hitter in the 2017 Draft, Keston Hiura lived up to that reputation in his professional debut.
They were "pirates and hooligans" in 2017, to borrow Eric Thames' colorful analogy. But the 2018 Brewers will play under the weight of expectations.
The Mariano Rivera American League Reliever of the Year Award and the Trevor Hoffman National League Reliever of the Year Award, both presented by The Hartford, are scheduled to be presented Oct. 28 at Game 4 of the 113th World Series.
Who do the Brewers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Milwaukee's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
The most popular musician at Miller Park will return to the venue in 2018, when Kenny Chesney plays the stadium for the fourth time as part of his "Trip Around the Sun" tour on Saturday, April 28.
The Milwaukee Brewers are joining a league-wide effort to extend the protective netting behind home plate. The club announced Friday morning it plans to "significantly extend" the netting on the field level at Miller Park ahead of the 2018 season.
Travis Shaw's strong debut season with the Brewers netted him a pair of honors Tuesday from the Milwaukee chapter of the Baseball Writers' Association of America.
A $20 million overhaul of the food and beverage infrastructure at Miller Park netted the Brewers and their concessionaire, Delaware North, Ballpark Digest's award for "Best New Concessions Experience" in 2017.
Many of baseball's future stars took the field for beginning of this year's Arizona Fall League slate. Two of the Brewers' top prospects -- No. 2 Corey Ray (No. 58 overall) and No. 10 Lucas Erceg -- were in action for the Salt River Rafters' opener, a 4-3 win over the Saguaraos at Surprise Stadium.
The Brewers on Monday announced enhanced job titles for three of general manager David Stearns and assistant GM Matt Arnold's top lieutenants: Karl Mueller was promoted to vice president of player personnel, Matt Kleine to director of baseball operations and Scott Campbell to special assignment scout.
Brett Phillips and Corbin Burnes were named Milwaukee's top hitting and pitching prospects of the year by MLBPipeline.com for their accomplishments this season.
A little more than seven months ago, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio, with a smile on his face, urged the Brewers' mostly inexperienced roster to seize the opportunities afforded by a organization entering its second full season of rebuilding. Rebuilding seemed so much more distant than that after the Brewers remained in postseason contention until Game No. 161 of 162.
The Brewers' coaching staff will return intact for 2018, GM David Stearns said Tuesday during a discussion of the team's surprising run to late-season relevance.
Weary of playing musical chairs with Minor League teams, the Brewers on Tuesday became the latest Major League franchise to purchase an affiliate outright.
One of the thousands of people at the Jason Aldean concert in Las Vegas on Sunday night was Brewers farmhand Bubba Derby, who traveled in from his native California with eight family members, all of whom are safe after a gunman opened fire from a nearby hotel in what some are calling the deadliest mass shooting in U.S history.
As with many things Ryan Braun, it was complicated. One glance at his 2017 counting stats --.268 average, 17 home runs, 52 RBIs -- and you see it was one of his least productive full seasons. Dive deeper -- a 39 percent hard-hit rate was Braun's highest since his rookie season -- and it does not look as bad.
Anthony Swarzak and Eric Sogard expressed strong interest in signing back with the Brewers. Neil Walker was open to that prospect, but made it clear he wants to test the open market for the first time. And Matt Garza conceded he may have reached the end of a Major League career that has spanned a dozen seasons.
Arcia, C-Mart compete in pregame standoff
After taking their playoff aspirations to the penultimate day of the season, the Brewers capped off their strong season with a series victory over the Cardinals. Their 86th victory -- the most by a Brewers team since 2011 -- came in a 6-1 win at Busch Stadium on Sunday.
Both the San Francisco Giants and Detroit Tigers had designs on the postseason in 2017. For a variety of reasons, things didn't work out as planned. The consolation prize? Getting to pick at the top of the 2018 Draft.
An unexpected and spirited run of relevance to the season's final days came crashing to an end for the Brewers on Saturday, when they squandered a six-run lead and fell out of postseason contention with a 7-6 loss to the Cardinals.
This was widely billed as a "rebuilding year" for the Brewers, and few, if any, gave them a chance to finish at .500 or better, let alone make a postseason run that would endure until the final week of the regular season.
It is proving a painful finish for Brewers first baseman Eric Thames, who fouled another pitch off his already bruised right foot in the eighth inning of Saturday's 7-6 loss to the Cardinals at Busch Stadium and was forced to leave the game.
Here's a new wrinkle to Matt Garza's complex contract: His $5 million club option for 2018 was recently voided, eliminating any doubt that Garza will be a free agent at season's end.
While the focus was on a victory over the Reds that extended a late-season push for the postseason, the Brewers quietly broke their own dubious Major League record for strikeouts in a season Thursday, marking the second straight year they surpassed the all-time mark.
There is no longer any margin for error, but there is still hope for the Brewers, who ensured themselves of another day in the National League Wild Card race with a 5-3 win over the Cardinals at Busch Stadium on Friday.
You can close the books on the Brewers' regularly scheduled 2017 home slate, but don't shutter Miller Park for winter just yet.