9:48 PM EDT, Fri April 18, 2014

Game Blog: Brewers gift-wrap run for Pirates in first

Pittsburgh The Milwaukee Brewers will look to bounce back from their 11-2 drubbing at the hands of the Pittsburgh Pirates tonight at PNC Park, the second of four games between the two teams in the series.
Brewers Blog | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 5 hours ago

Kyle Lohse matched up with Martin Maldonado once again

Pittsburgh Five days after limiting the Pittsburgh Pirates to just four hits and one run over 8 2/3 innings at Miller Park, Kyle Lohse returns to the mound to try and reprise that performance for the Milwaukee Brewers at PNC Park.
MetsBlog 3 hours ago

Mets to deal Ike Davis to Pirates

The Mets and Pirates have agreed on a deal to send Ike Davis to Pittsburgh (Heyman, April 18). The Pirates were keeping an eye on Davis this offseason (Crasnick, Feb. 18). The Pirates and Brewers had been most often linked to Davis in the offseason, but have openly...
Where have you gone, Andy Van Slyke? 3 hours ago

Building on a blowout

After last night’s fun win, it seems like a fair goal to hope that the Pirates can get two out of three of the rest of their Easter weekend series against Brewers to help put last week’s sweep way back in our memories. If Morton’s surprising success last year was built on the increased velocity […]
Rotoworld 4 hours ago

Jeremy Jeffress lands back in Milwaukee - Jeremy Jeffress (R) Milwaukee Brewers

Brewers signed RHP Jeremy Jeffress to a minor league contract.

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Thursday game report: Brewers vs. Pirates

Josh Harrison, nephew of Brewers outfield coach John Shelby, made his first at-bat of the game count when he socked a two-run home run to left off Rob Wooten in the seventh inning to give the Pirates a 4-2 lead they wouldn’t relinquish.

Brewers' Davis seeks bat cure on road

The Milwaukee Brewers are back on the road for a four-game weekend series against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park, and Khris Davis might be happy about the change in environment.

Late Pittsburgh surge buries Brewers

Reliever Rob Wooten surrendered three runs in the seventh inning, and the offense managed just two hits over the final six innings in losing to the Pittsburgh Pirates, 11-2, at PNC Park.

Game Blog: Brewers at Pirates

The Milwaukee Brewers open a brief four-game series against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park tonight, looking to win their seventh road game in as many outings this season. Follow Todd Rosiak's in-game blog.

Ryan Braun back in the lineup tonight

Pittsburgh Ryan Braun is back in the lineup in right field tonight as the Milwaukee Brewers open a four-game series against the Pittsburgh PIrates at PNC Park.

Lyle Overbay placed on paternity list; Elian Herrera recalled

Pittsburgh First baseman Lyle Overbay has been placed on the paternity list by the Milwaukee Brewers, with utility man Elian Herrera recalled from Class AAA Nashville to join the team as it opens a four-game series tonight against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park.

Weeks no fan of lesser role

Brewers veteran second baseman Rickie Weeks is not happy about the dramatic reduction in playing time he is experiencing. Trying to remain a team player, Weeks is not interested in popping off about it, however.

Brewers turn tables on Cards to avoid sweep

After getting out-pitched in the first two games of their series against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Milwaukee Brewers turned the tables Wednesday afternoon.

Ryan Braun not in starting lineup

I tweeted after the Brewers game Tuesday night that it would not surprise me if Ryan Braun wasn't in the starting lineup Wednesday for the series finale against St. Louis. You could see from the bat at-bats he was having that his thumb issue had flared up again.

Follow the Cards-Brewers game here

Away from a radio or TV? You can use your computer to follow the St. Louis Cardinals game with the Milwaukee Brewers this afternoon.

Ron Roenicke OK with free swingers

The Brewers aren’t walking much. Manager Ron Roenicke is mostly OK with that approach.

Brewers offense again stymied by Cardinals pitching

An offensive malaise has once again enveloped the Brewers’ offense. Handcuffed for the second consecutive game, this time by fireballer Shelby Miller, the Brewers were again beaten by the Cardinals, 6-1, on Tuesday.

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