Thanks to one big inning on Wednesday, the Brewers are off to the best 50-game start in franchise history. Jesus Aguilar, Travis Shaw and Tyler Saladino each drove in runs in Milwaukee's seven-run fourth, and they combined for eight RBIs in a 9-2 win over the D-backs at Miller Park, clinching a three-game series sweep. Arizona's Paul Goldschmidt hit his sixth homer of the season.
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Four days after the Brewers reinstated Opening Day starter Chase Anderson from the 10-day disabled list, it's Zach Davies' turn.
The Brewers will activate Zach Davies from the 10-day disabled list to start Thursday's 7:10 p.m. CT series opener against the Mets. The right-hander hasn't pitched a Major League game since April 29, but he said he felt sharp while striking out nine batters on 56 pitches in 4 2/3 innings of a rehab start at Class A Wisconsin last weekend. Lefty Steven Matz starts for the Mets in the first of four games between the teams.
The Brewers' formula this season has been simple: Scratch out a lead, hand the baseball to Josh Hader and see how many opposing hitters the long-haired left-hander can mow through. Now All-Star closer Corey Knebel is back in the mix, too, sealing a 1-0 Brewers win over the D-backs at Miller Park on Tuesday, with Domingo Santana driving in the game's sole run on a sacrifice fly.
Brewers catcher Stephen Vogt returned from season-ending shoulder surgery more upbeat than when he left. The fix, Vogt said, was less invasive than the worst-case scenario Vogt originally had in mind, requiring a significant repair of the shoulder capsule but more minor "clean-ups" of the rotator cuff and labrum. He hopes to be healthy for Spring Training 2019.
Ryan Braun's back is doing just fine -- or at least it is after drilling a few screws into some wood. The Brewers' first baseman is on the 10-day disabled list, but he, along with teammates Chase Anderson and Christian Yelich, sponsored the building of a Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity house on Tuesday morning.
Travis Shaw, Domingo Santana and Lorenzo Cain homered off former Brewer Zack Greinke to back Chase Anderson's return from the disabled list in Milwaukee's win over the D-backs. Jake Lamb hit his first home run of the season for Arizona, which took its 11th loss in 12 games.
Who do the Brewers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Milwaukee's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
Twenty-one-year-old Brewers pitching prospect Freddy Peralta returned to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday after the team activated Opening Day starter Chase Anderson from the 10-day disabled list to work against the D-backs.
Fresh off earning MLB Pipeline Prospect Team of the Week honors, MJ Melendez enjoyed the biggest offensive performance of his young career.
Win or lose Sunday, it was going to be the Brewers' most successful road trip of 10 or more games in 30 years. They would have liked it to be just one win better.
Is Josh Hader pitching his way onto the National League All-Star team? What about the way-too-early NL Cy Young Award debate?
Christian Yelich hit a go-ahead solo home run in the eighth inning that gave the Brewers their second straight win over the Twins. Jesus Aguilar hit his third home run of the series for Milwaukee, while Josh Hader notched the final seven outs, striking out six. Freddy Peralta struggled in his second big league start, allowing four runs while walking five over four-plus innings. Fernando Romero allowed four runs (three earned) over five innings for Minnesota, while Jake Cave notched his first big league hit, a two-run home run in the fourth inning off Peralta.
Hader fans six in Fingers-style fireman win
Zach Davies expects his next start to be in a Brewers uniform after a successful test of his right shoulder in a rehab start at Class A Wisconsin on Saturday.
Ji-Man Choi homered in his return to the big leagues and Jesus Aguilar went deep twice to back Brent Suter's finest start of the season in an 8-3 win over the Twins on a summery Friday at Target Field.
Promoted back to the big leagues after Ryan Braun hit the 10-day disabled list, Ji-Man Choi homered on the third pitch he saw a Brewers lead in the second inning of their 8-3 win over the Twins on Friday night at Target Field.
Jimmy Nelson was breathing "a big sigh of relief" Friday after an encouraging visit with the surgeon who repaired his right shoulder.
Ryan Braun landed on the 10-day disabled list with mid-back tightness after missing all three games of the Brewers' series win over the D-backs at Chase Field.
Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Thursday.
With one-fourth of the 2018 season in the books, the National League has been equal parts wide open and upside down. And that's particularly true in the NL Central. This looks like both a fun division and a good one.
Travis Shaw and Domingo Santana hit back-to-back homers in the first, and Christian Yelich and Tyler Saladino also went deep as the Brewers hit a season-high four homers in the rubber match vs. Arizona. Daniel Descalso homered for the D-backs, but starter Matt Koch was on the hook for eight runs and all four Milwaukee big flies.
Chance Adams put his early struggles behind him on Wednesday in his first truly dominant outing of the season.
With Jimmy Nelson, Chase Anderson and Zach Davies all on the disabled list, the Brewers' top starting pitcher at the moment is veteran journeyman Jhoulys Chacin -- and he happens to be pitching like a No. 1 of late.
It took some imagination, but Brewers manager Craig Counsell could start to see the Brewers' future when he looked past the bulldozers and backhoes at Maryvale Baseball Park on Tuesday.
Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Tuesday.
A visit with renowned orthopedist Dr. Neal ElAttrache in Los Angeles on Tuesday confirmed Brewers catcher Stephen Vogt's worst fears. He will undergo season-ending surgery this week to repair multiple structures in his right shoulder.
It's been less than a week since Tyler Saladino donned a Brewers uniform for the first time, and he's already made franchise history.
Major League Baseball's stingiest bullpens matched up for the first time Monday in a tie game. The D-backs yielded. The Brewers did not. In a 7-2 Brewers win at Chase Field, Christian Yelich hit a tie-breaking single off D-backs reliever Andrew Chafin in the seventh inning before Jonathan Villar and Tyler Saladino homered in a three-run ninth -- Saladino sprinting around the bases for the 28th inside-the park home run in club history. Meanwhile, relievers Josh Hader and Taylor Williams slammed the door for Milwaukee's fourth victory in five games to begin a three-city road trip.
The data was so surprising they double-checked it Monday morning, and yes, Statcast™ still said 21-year-old Brewers right-hander Freddy Peralta threw four-seam fastballs for 90 of his 98 pitches of Sunday's sparkling, 13-strikeout Major League debut at Coors Field.
Brewers dugout celebrates homer with some confetti
Freddy Peralta was dazzling in his Major League debut, becoming the first pitcher since Matt Harvey in 2012 to log double-digit strikeouts in his first Major League start, on the way to 13 strikeouts in 5 2/3 scoreless innings against the Rockies.
The Brewers topped the Rockies 7-3 on Sunday, giving them the series victory after a 13-strikeout performance from Freddy Peralta in his Major League debut. The offense produced 13 hits, including home runs from Travis Shaw and Jesus Aguilar. David Dahl and Tony Wolters homered for Colorado in defeat.
Nichole Kutmas, a middle school teacher from New Berlin, Wis., is the Brewers' honorary bat girl as part of Major League Baseball's annual "Going To Bat Against Breast Cancer" initiative.
Here's MLB Pipeline's roundup of the top prospect performances in the Minor Leagues on Sunday.
The Brewers were shut out Saturday for the eighth time in 40 games, and this one might have been the most puzzling of all. Kyle Freeland and four Rockies relievers blanked the Brewers on five hits in a 4-0 shutout at Coors Field, about 24 hours after Milwaukee scored 11 runs on a season-high 17 hits in a come-from-behind win. At the one-quarter mark of this season, the Brewers already have matched their number of shutout losses from each of the past two years.