11:44 PM EDT, Mon October 20, 2014

Royals, Giants show importance of making MLB's postseason dance

Kansas City and San Francisco, neither of which won 90 games during the regular season, are playing for that big trophy with all the flags.

Interactive Timeline: Bud Selig: Through the years

A look at some key moments during Bud Selig’s 22 years as MLB commissioner

Giants advance to World Series with motley crew again

There’s a tune Tim Flannery once sang that he finds perfectly fitting to describe how his San Francisco Giants get the most out of themselves in the postseason.

Performance plays part in World Series umpire picks

Boosted by their strong results on replay challenges this season, several umpires will get to work the World Series for the first time.

Dream comes true for Royals GM Dayton Moore

The memories come back in bits and pieces, and for that he can be forgiven. After all, 29 years have passed since he was standing on the hillside, watching everything unfold.

Texas Rangers tab Jeff Banister as manager

Jeff Banister got the nod over two other finalists, interim manager Tim Bogar and Cleveland Indians bullpen coach Kevin Cash.

Royals have distinct ex-Brewer factor with Ned Yost, others

The Milwaukee Brewers haven't been to the World Series since 1982 but a former manager and three former players from the organization have made it, thanks to Kansas City's sweep of Baltimore in the ALCS.

Ryan Braun 'felt pretty good' when swinging bat

Brewers assistant general manager Gord Ash provided an update Monday on Ryan Braun and it was a good one.

A historical context to Brewers keeping Ron Roenicke

There was a historical context to the Brewers' decision to keep Ron Roenicke as their manager for next season.

Ron Roenicke will return as Brewers manager in 2015

The Brewers announced that manager Ron Roenicke will return, but as expected hitting coach Johnny Narron was dismissed. First base coach Garth Iorg also was not retained.

Jeff Bianchi, Matt Pagnozzi elect free agency

The Brewers announced Thursday that infielder Jeff Bianchi and catcher Matt Pagnozzi elected to become free agents rather than accept outright assignments to Class AAA Colorado Springs.

Ryan Braun cleared to swing a bat

The Milwaukee Brewers’ rightfielder returned Monday for a follow-up visit with physician Vernon Williams, who performed a cryotherapy procedure on Braun’s ailing right thumb last Thursday at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles.

Ryan Braun given go-ahead to swing a bat

Ryan Braun should know soon if he is finally able to swing a bat properly again.The Brewers rightfielder returned Monday for a follow-up visit with physician Vernon Williams, who performed a cryotherapy procedure on Brauns ailing right thumb last Thursday at the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles.

Lucroy, Peralta honored

Catcher Jonathan Lucroy and right-hander Wily Peralta were named the most valuable player and most valuable pitcher for the 2014 Brewers in balloting by members of the Milwaukee Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America.

Jonathan Lucroy, Wily Peralta 'most valuable' for Brewers

Catcher Jonathan Lucroy and right-hander Wily Peralta were named the most valuable player and most valuable pitcher, respectively for the 2014 Brewers in balloting by members of the Milwaukee Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America.

Brewers Player News

  • Jonathan Lucroy

    Jonathan Lucroy

    Lucroy, Peralta honored

  • Matt Garza

    Matt Garza

    Brewers laugh at conspiracy theorists on Jonathan Lucroy's sleeve tug

  • Ryan Braun

    Ryan Braun

    Ryan Braun 'felt pretty good' when swinging bat

  • Kyle Lohse

    Kyle Lohse

    Brewers’ Kyle Lohse says players remember how teams treat them

  • Mike Fiers

    Mike Fiers

    Mike Fiers gets no offense again as Brewers lose finale

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