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  1. Fiers settling into groove at right timeRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Milwaukee Brewers

    Right-handed pitcher Mike Fiers put together a pair of quality starts in his last two outings, but the run support wasn't there for him to pick up a victory. On Friday he made it three-straight quality starts, and this time the run support was there for him to earn the win.

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  2. Brewers recall rookie pitchers Cravy, GoforthRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | WTOL-TV Toledo

    The Milwaukee Brewers beefed up their bullpen on Friday, recalling rookie right-handers Tyler Cravy and David Goforth from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Cravy and Goforth are in their second stints with Milwaukee.

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  3. Gomez breaks out in grand fashion vs. RedsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Milwaukee Brewers

    With the bases loaded in the seventh inning, Carlos Gomez said he wasn't focused on hitting the ball out of the park, but that's what he did. With the Brewers already up 5-0, Gomez put the final nail in the coffin with his first career grand slam off Reds reliever Carlos Contreras .

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  4. Brewers recall rookie RHPs Cravy, Goforth, option rookies Jason Rogers, Corey KnebelRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    The Milwaukee Brewers beefed up their bullpen on Friday, recalling rookie right-handers Tyler Cravy and David Goforth from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Cravy and Goforth are in their second stints with Milwaukee.

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  5. Max Scherzer continues pounding the zone, avoiding walks in Nationals' loss to BravesRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Federal Baseball

    ... starts and 26 a...' innings pitched. His last walk came in the eighth inning of his start against the Milwaukee Brewers in Miller Park. Since his last walk, the 30-year-old right-hander has collected a total of 30 Ks (10.25 K/9). It's a point of ...

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  6. Plenty of Fireworks, But Another Phils LossRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | That Balls Outta Here

    Jul 2, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; A 4th of July fireworks display over Citizens Bank Park at the conclusion of a game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers won 8-7.

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  7. Crew sends Knebel, Rogers to Triple-ARead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Milwaukee Brewers

    The Brewers optioned right-hander Corey Knebel and utility man Jason Rogers to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Friday and recalled right-handers Tyler Cravy and David Goforth. Since being called up in mid-May, Knebel had been used sparingly.

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  8. Offense can't overcome pitching in Phillies' loss to BrewersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WKXW-FM Trenton

    Despite 16 hits and three comebacks, the Phillies lost 8-7 to the Milwaukee Brewers in 11 innings Thursday night and were swept by the second-worst team in the majors in a four-game series. "It's disappointing to lose, but there's a lot of positives," Phillies interim manager Pete Mackanin said.

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  9. Brewers beat Phillies in 11 innings, complete first sweep of seasonRead the original story

    Yesterday | ArcaMax Publishing

    For those who wondered at the start of the week which team was the worst in the major leagues, it would appear we have our answer. The Milwaukee Brewers finished off a four-game sweep Thursday night over the Philadelphia Phillies with an 8-7 victory at Citizens Bank Park, courtesy of Adam Lind's run-scoring single with one down in the 11th inning.

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  10. Brewers' offense really starting to pick upRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Milwaukee Brewers

    Better health and warmer weather has reawakened the Brewers' offense. Four games against the team with baseball's highest ERA didn't hurt, either.

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  11. Crasnick: Why managing is harder than everRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | ESPN

    ... the 2015 season have been a steaming pile of indignity and pending unemployment. - In spring training, the Milwaukee Brewers exercised manager Ron Roenicke's contract option for 2016. Six weeks later, with the team off to an MLB-worst 7-18 start, ...

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  12. High five! Brewers have MLB's longest winning streakRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Janesville Gazette

    The Milwaukee Brewers came to Philadelphia with the second-worst record in the majors and left with the longest winning streak. Adam Lind hit a tiebreaking RBI single in the 11th inning to help the Brewers beat the Phillies 8-7 on Thursday night to complete a four-game sweep.

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  13. Brewers sweep Phillies with 8-7 winRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Morning Call

    If the Philadelphia Phillies carry this type of offense into the second half of their season, they probably won't lose 100 games. Despite 16 hits and three comebacks, the Phillies lost 8-7 to the Milwaukee Brewers in 11 innings Thursday night and were swept by the second-worst team in the majors in a four-game series.

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  14. Brewers remain confident in BroxtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Milwaukee Brewers

    Veteran reliever Jonathan Broxton will continue to pitch in meaningful situations for the Brewers, manager Craig Counsell said Thursday after Milwaukee overcame a seventh-inning letdown to beat the Phillies, Broxton inherited a three-run lead and was charged with the first two of three Phillies' runs in the frame, forcing the teams into extra innings. The one-third-inning outing boosted Broxton's ERA to 7.20, and his batting average against to .311.

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  15. MIL 8, PHI 7: As my Brewers gently sweepRead the original story

    Yesterday | Brew Crew Ball

    There's an unofficial motto about Madison, that it's "77 square miles of paradise surrounded by reality." I think there's a baseball equivalent when a team plays the Phillies.

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  16. Halfway Done: Brewers 8, Phillies 7Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Good Phight

    Baseball is supposed to be fun, and most of the time it is. But after the Phillies' 8-7, 11-inning loss to the Milwaukee Brewers at Citizens Bank Park, the Phils record stood at 27-54 after 81 games.

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  17. Brewers general manager Doug Melvin discussing new role in organization with Mark AttanasioRead the original story

    Yesterday | Brew Crew Ball

    Doug Melvin is one of the five longest-tenured general manager's in baseball and has been instrumental in bringing the Brewers back from the dark days of the 90s to being a competitor for most of the last eight or so years. Melvin is also in the last year of his contract with the Brewers.

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  18. What We Learned: Brewers make it four wins in a rowRead the original story

    Yesterday | Brew Crew Ball

    The Brewers have put together their longest winning streak of the year so far at four wins. We discuss that and more in today's What We Learned.

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  19. Peralta progressing in injury rehabRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Milwaukee Brewers

    Wily Peralta threw off the mound again on Thursday and the Brewers could announce more about his timetable to return from a left oblique strain as early as Friday afternoon. Peralta told Fox Sports Wisconsin sideline reporter Sophia Minnaert that his bullpen work spanned 36 pitches.

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  20. Brewers reportedly sign Venezuelan catcher SibrianRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Milwaukee Brewers

    The Brewers have agreed to sign Venezuelan catcher Jose Sibrian for a $550,000 bonus, MLB.com's Jesse Sanchez reported Thursday as the international signing period opened. Brewers director of Latin American operations Eduardo Brizuela declined to confirm the club's deal with Sibrian or to reveal names of any other July 2 signees.

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