2:06 AM EDT, Mon September 16, 2019
Reviewing the Brew Sep 11, 2019

Milwaukee Brewers: Keston Hiura reinstated from IL?

While the Milwaukee Brewers organization was reeling from the news that Christian Yelich will miss six weeks with a fractured knee cap, there was some good news. Keston Hiura is reinstated from the Injured List, and can appear in games again. Keston Hiura didn’t play on Wednesday night, but he is back on the roster. […] Milwaukee Brewers: Keston Hiura reinstated from IL? - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Sep 11, 2019
Milwaukee Brewers reinstate Keston Hiura from Injured List

Milwaukee Brewers reinstate Keston Hiura from Injured List

Michael McLoone-USA TODAY Sports A couple other injury updates, too. One day after learning the devastating news that Christian Yelich would miss the rest of the season, the Milwaukee Brewers were able to make a more positive announcement on the injury front. Earlier this afternoon, second baseman Keston Hiura was activated from the 10-day Injured List. He went on the shelf on August 31st after an on-field collision that caused him to suffer a strained left hamstring. 2B Keston Hiura has been reinstated from the 10-day injured list. pic.twitter.com/IQjLhuxGhf— Milwaukee Brewers...
Brew Crew Ball Sep 2, 2019
What We Learned: September call-ups arrive

What We Learned: September call-ups arrive

John J. Kim/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via The September call-ups arrive, and a long-time Brewer is gone. This Weekend’s Games Friday: Cubs 7, Brewers 1 Saturday: Brewers 2, Cubs 0 Sunday: Brewers 4, Cubs 0 Today’s Game Brewers (Adrian Houser) vs. Astros (Gerrit Cole) | 3:10 pm Coverage from BCB Roster Moves Keston Hiura leaves Friday’s game in fifth inning with left hamstring discomfort | -JP- Milwaukee Brewers place Keston Hiura on Injured List, option Devin Williams; recall Ben Gamel, Travis Shaw | Kyle Lesniewski Report: Brewers to release Jeremy...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 31, 2019
Injury bug bites Brewers at the minor league level, too

Injury bug bites Brewers at the minor league level, too

Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports It has been a snake-bitten season. These days, the roster for the Milwaukee Brewers is reading more like a patient list. Earlier today, the club placed star second baseman Keston Hiura on the 10-day IL with a hamstring strain. Mike Moustakas still can’t grip a bat properly after getting drilled in the hand by a line drive the other day and remains out of the lineup. Lorenzo Cain (knee) and Ryan Braun (back) both started today’s game against the Cubs on the bench and could miss multiple days of action. But the ailments don’t end with the big league...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 31, 2019
Game Thread #135: Milwaukee Brewers (68-66) @ Chicago Cubs (73-61)

Game Thread #135: Milwaukee Brewers (68-66) @ Chicago Cubs (73-61)

Photo by Jonathan Daniel/ Zach Davies (8-7, 3.90 ERA) vs. Cole Hamels (7-4, 3.73 ERA) The Brewers started a critical week-plus of games by getting punched in the face by the Cubs in the first inning Friday afternoon and never recovered, limping (quite literally, in the case of Keston Hiura) to a 7-1 loss in the series’ first game. They’ll try to gain back some confidence and a game in the wildcard race this afternoon. In order to do that, they’ll need Zach Davies to pitch more like the Zach Davies from early in the season instead of the one that’s struggled mightily in his last...
Reviewing the Brew Aug 31, 2019

Milwaukee Brewers: Why did Keston Hiura exit early on Friday? *UPDATE*

Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Keston Hiura needed to leave the game early on Friday night. This is just a short term issue, right? The Milwaukee Brewers fell to the Chicago Cubs on Friday night, 7-1. The team lost ground in the Wild Card race, and second baseman Keston Hiura needed to leave early. How bad […] Milwaukee Brewers: Why did Keston Hiura exit early on Friday? *UPDATE* - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Aug 31, 2019
Milwaukee Brewers place Keston Hiura on Injured List, option Devin Williams; recall Ben Gamel, Travis Shaw

Milwaukee Brewers place Keston Hiura on Injured List, option Devin Williams; recall Ben Gamel, Travis Shaw

Photo by Dylan Buell/ Can Shaw translate his minor league success? Whatever playoff hopes that the Milwaukee Brewers still have suffered a devastating blow last night when Keston Hiura limped off the field during a loss to the Cubs. Hiura left the team to come back to Milwaukee for further examination, and this morning the club has announced that he’ll hit the injured list with a hamstring strain: OF Ben Gamel and 3B Travis Shaw have been recalled from Triple-A San Antonio. 2B Keston Hiura (strained left hamstring) placed on the 10-day injured list. RHP Devin Williams optioned to San...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 30, 2019
Playoff chances fade a little bit more as Brewers fall to Cubs, 7-1

Playoff chances fade a little bit more as Brewers fall to Cubs, 7-1

Matt Marton-USA TODAY Sports Keston Hiura leaves early with apparent hamstring injury Coming into today’s action, Milwaukee trailed Chicago for the second wild card by four games. A win today by the Brew Crew would have been a good beginning to a possible run to catch the Cubs in this head-to-head match up. Unfortunately the outcome of this one would leave most in Brewer Nation frustrated. Chase Anderson toed the rubber for Milwaukee, and Chicago got to him early. In the bottom of the first, Ian Happ led things off with a double. Cubs’ trade dealine acquisition Nicholas Castellanos...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 30, 2019
Keston Hiura leaves Friday’s game in fifth inning after collision with Kyle Schwarber in third

Keston Hiura leaves Friday’s game in fifth inning after collision with Kyle Schwarber in third

Michael McLoone-USA TODAY Sports Collision in third inning likely led to Hiura’s eventual departure. Friday started a critical series against the Cubs, as the Brewers look to make a push over the last month of the series. However, that stretch took a tough turn, as one of their best players came out of the game. Hiura is out of the game. He was slow to get up after tangling with Kyle Schwarber on a double play to end the third inning, but he stayed in. Two innings later, he started limping halfway down the line on a groundout to shortstop.— Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) August 30,...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 28, 2019
Jordan Lyles, Keston Hiura help Brewers salvage series finale against Cardinals, 4-1

Jordan Lyles, Keston Hiura help Brewers salvage series finale against Cardinals, 4-1

Photo by Dylan Buell/ Lyles strikes out 9, Hiura drives in 3, and Josh Hader is dominant in a 2-inning save WP - Jordan Lyles (9-8)LP - Jack Flaherty (8-7)SV - Josh Hader (26)HR - MIL: Keston Hiura (16); STL: Kolten Wong (10) Box Score With just 30 games left to play and their playoff hopes seemingly starting to slip away, the Brewers desperately needed someone to step up to avoid a sweep at the hands of the division-leading Cardinals. It turns out several players did. First, it was Jordan Lyles, who continued to impress since re-joining the Brewers. While he didn’t flirt with a...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 24, 2019
Brewers pitch two hitter led by Jordan Lyles no-hit six innings in 6-1 rout of Diamondbacks

Brewers pitch two hitter led by Jordan Lyles no-hit six innings in 6-1 rout of Diamondbacks

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports Lyles pitched six no-hit innings before the bullpen came in and gave up a couple of hits. Box Score After one game of players weekend, the Brewers’ players might be getting some good feelings from these uniforms. If the results follow the next two days, they may ask to keep them. The Brewers wasted no time getting to Diamondbacks starter Merrill Kelly. In the first, Lorenzo Cain led off with a single, and Yasmani Grandal walked. Christian Yelich replaced Grandal on base after a force out got Grandal at second, then Keston Hiura walked to load the bases....
Brew Crew Ball Aug 22, 2019
Brewers salvage series with rain-shortened 5-3 win over Cardinals

Brewers salvage series with rain-shortened 5-3 win over Cardinals

Joe Puetz-USA TODAY Sports Game ends after 7 1⁄2 innings with the Brewers holding a 5-3 lead. Box Score Sometimes, the best way to prevent runs is to not play the innings at all. That’s what the Brewers got tonight, as they pulled out a win to salvage one game in this three game series against the Cardinals. The Brewers wasted no time getting ahead in this one. In the first inning, back-to-back singles by Lorenzo Cain and Yasmani Grandal put two runners on base. After Christian Yelich linedout, Keston Hiura hit the Brewers third single of the inning and put them up 1-0. Right after...
Brew Crew Ball Aug 18, 2019
Brewers somehow beat Nationals 15-14 in seesawing slugfest that lasts 14 innings

Brewers somehow beat Nationals 15-14 in seesawing slugfest that lasts 14 innings

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports If it wasn’t for Christian Yelich, we’d have nothing The Milwaukee Brewers managed to slug out a 14-inning victory against the Washington Nationals, capturing game two 15-14. The game was about nothing but offense. Milwaukee got the scoring underway when the team showed it can, in fact, hit with runners in scoring position. Christian Yelich went to the plate with the bases loaded and hit a one-out single in the top of the third to give the Brewers an early two-run lead. The Crew kept it going that inning, with Keston Hiura adding on with a two-run...

Keston Hiura Photos

Brewers Player News

  • 1

    Chase Anderson

    Ryan Braun’s grand slam in ninth inning pushes Brewers past Cardinals to win series finale

  • 1

    Ryan Braun

    Ryan Braun’s grand slam in ninth inning pushes Brewers past Cardinals to win series finale

  • 1

    Tyrone Taylor

    Quick scouting report on Milwaukee Brewers call-up Tyrone Taylor

  • Christian Yelich

    The 2019 season ended prematurely for Christian Yelich, but it was still an historic one

  • Jordan Lyles

    Brewers defeat Cardinals, 5-2, behind another gem by Jordan Lyles

  • Adrian Houser

    Game Thread #147: Milwaukee Brewers (78-68) @ St. Louis Cardinals (82-64)

  • Zach Davies

    Birthday boy Mike Moustakes leads Brewers to 7-5 victory against Marlins

  • Keston Hiura

    Milwaukee Brewers: Keston Hiura reinstated from IL?

  • Lorenzo Cain

    What We Learned: Brewers start off strong against Marlins

  • Gio Gonzalez

    They lost an MVP, but the Milwaukee Brewers can still win a playoff spot