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The Brewers on Sunday released veteran reliever Ernesto Frieri, who left a positive mark on younger pitchers in big league camp but did not perform on the mound, scuttling his bid to make the team as a non-roster invitee
At 24 years old and coming off a second straight lost season, Nathan Kirby took the mound for an important outing on Saturday.
It's not Opening Day, but it's the next best thing for Brewers right-hander Zach Davies.
It was the fielders' version of a hitter calling his shot.
Jesus Aguilar and Oliver Drake are among the Brewers' out-of-options players, but the duo is staying positive despite the stressful scenario.
Wade Miley endured his first Spring Training dud in a 16-13 Brewers win over the Reds at Goodyear Ballpark. He surrendered more hits -- 10 -- in three long innings as Miley had allowed in his first four appearances combined, and was touched for seven runs, all earned.
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.
The odds are long for first baseman Ji-Man Choi to make the Brewers' Opening Day roster, but the first baseman likes where he is.
With two weeks to go before the Brewers open their regular season, questions from before the start of Spring Training are still seeking answers.
Corey Ray is healthy at the start of Spring Training. That marks significant improvement over last year for the former Brewers first-round Draft pick, who was still recovering from knee surgery at this time a year ago and did not feel completely right until June.
Ryan Braun says he doesn't feel comfortable quite yet at first base, but he looks just fine in the batter's box.
From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Brewers depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
Brett Phillips career path changed that week in January when the Brewers acquired a pair of All-Star caliber outfielders in Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain.
Brandon Woodruff made a solid statement for a spot in the Brewers rotation Tuesday afternoon with a four-inning start in a 4-3 victory over the Rangers.
Vogt's March Madness bit cracks up teammates
The Brewers on Monday named Chase Anderson their starter for their Opening Day game against the Padres in San Diego on March 29.
Yovani Gallardo started some of the biggest games in recent Brewers history, but if he is to win a second chance with the team, it's looking like bullpen or bust.
Every Spring Training, prospects get a chance to show what they can do as they prepare for the upcoming season. Some compete for jobs in big league camp, while others vie for spots on Minor League affiliates. MLB Pipeline will visit all 30 camps this spring, and today we check in on the Brewers.
PHOENIX -- As part of MLB Pipeline's visit to all 30 Spring Training facilities, we're sitting down with prospects and getting to know them a little better. At Brewers camp, it was Milwaukee's No. 11 prospect, Mauricio Dubon.
Brewers infielder Keston Hiura was among top prospect performers on Monday.
To watch the Brewers in 2017 was to be caught up in their joy and emotion. What if you went to a Major League Baseball game and a street party broke out in one of the dugouts? In this spring of high expectations and relentless optimism, Brewers general manager David Stearns was most interested in seeing if his team had lost any of that certain something.
Brewers All-Star closer Corey Knebel is undergoing treatment for tendinitis in his left knee after leaving Saturday's appearance in mid-inning. However, his availability for Opening Day does not appear to be in doubt.
The Brewers made some big offseason moves -- acquiring Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich -- while maintaining their depth in the farm system.
Ryan Braun got his first start of the spring in left field Saturday afternoon in a 9-2 victory over the Rockies as he focuses on playing first base for the first time in his career. Asked for a progress report on the new gig, Braun was blunt.
Brewers catching prospect Jacob Nottingham wanted his latest tattoo to make his father proud, and he found inspiration in family tragedy.
WWE's Braun Strowman friends with Braun
Seven franchises have never won the World Series. So let's rank them based on their likelihood of ending the drought first.
After emerging from a rebuild to be surprise contenders last season, the Brewers know they will play under the weight of expectations in 2018. And that was before they bolstered the outfield with Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich. Now, can they take the next step under that weight?
Keston Hiura could have gone anywhere on the final night before his first Spring Training. He chose the Starting 9 batting cages in Santa Clarita, Calif., for one final session with the coach he's known since he was 9 years old.