1:52 AM EST, Sat February 28, 2015

Aramis Ramirez says 2015 season will be his last

Phoenix Barring a change in heart, the 2015 season will be the last for Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 3 hours ago

Brewers' Aramis Ramirez likely to retire after 2015 season

Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez, who will turn 37 on June 25, says this season is likely to be his last. “It’s more of a family thing,” Ramirez said. “I’ve got three kids, I’ve been playing for a long time, been away for a long time....

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Brewers spring training report: Friday at a glance

On the field: Right-hander Jimmy Nelson again had a bullpen session pushed back because of nagging hamstring tightness, but manager Ron Roenicke said it was not considered serious. Lefty prospect Hobbs Johnson won't throw for a few days after tweakng a quadriceps muscle. Left-hander Wei-Chung Wang and righty Wily Peralta were out of camp for dental work. Roenicke said there are no plans for an intrasquad game before the exhibition opener Wednesday against UW-Milwaukee.

Khris Davis vows to regain patience at the plate

Milwaukee Brewers leftfielder Khris Davis said he built a reputation of being a patient hitter in the minor leagues but got away from that last season, when he drew only 32 walks in 549 plate appearances. He vows to improve this year.

Brewers focused on K-Rod after Papelbon talks fizzled

Phoenix - Brewers general manager Doug Melvin told me Friday the decision was made to close a deal with free-agent closer Francisco Rodriguez after ongoing talks with Philadelphia regarding closer Jonathan Papelbon hit a dead end.
Baltimore Sun Feb 26, 2015

Francisco Rodriguez returns to Brewers with two-year, $13-million deal

Francisco Rodriguez will be jogging out of the bullpen again for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Scooter Gennett savoring opportunity as primary starter at second

Scooter Gennett is finally the Brewers’ primary starter at second base, a young player who spent much of the past two seasons trying to convince the organization he should be the man moving forward.

Brewers spring training report: Thursday at a glance

Pitchers threw batting practice for the first time. Right-hander Jimmy Nelson (tight hamstring), lefty Michael Strong (back tightness) and righty Jeremy Jeffress (shoulder stiffness) had their bullpen sessions moved back a day due to minor aches and pains.

Mark Attanaiso feeling good about 2015 Brewers

Phoenix - Brewers owner Mark Attanasio made his annual spring address Thursday to the players before the first full-squad workout at Maryvale Baseball Park and was in good spirits despite a tough winter that included the loss of his beloved father, Joe.

Report: Brewers agree to terms with Francisco Rodriguez

Phoenix CBS Sports' Jon Heyman is reporting this morning that the Milwaukee Brewers will sign free-agent reliever Francisco to a two-year contract with a team option for a third.

Brewers pitcher Wei-Chung Wang more prepared after hectic first season

Having met those Rule 5 requirements, Wei-Chung Wang no longer is in the mix to make the Brewers’ roster. Instead, he will get ready to open the minor-league season as a starting pitcher.

Brewers spring training report: Wednesday at a glance

Ryan Braun joined the ranks Wednesday, with the first full-squad workout scheduled for Thursday morning after team principal owner Mark Attanasio makes his annual address.

Ryan Braun's thumb is recovering as well as could be expected

Rightfielder Ryan Braun spent 10 minutes discussing his right thumb, his team’s lineup and whether he thinks he can return to his status as one of the game’s best all-around players.

Brewers being rewarded for their faith in Carlos Gomez

Those who deemed Carlos Gomez incapable of learned behavior were proven wrong. Now the Brewers have a two-time all-star on their hands who is only 29 with plenty of time to get better

Ryan Braun expects to be 'one of the best' again

Phoenix - Ryan Braun expects to be one of the best players in the league again in 2015, assuming his right thumb remains healthy.

Brewers have depth at backup infield spots this spring

Phoenix For the first time in quite a while, the Milwaukee Brewers have a number of intriguing shortstop prospects heading into spring training.

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    Neal Cotts

    Former Rangers reliever Neal Cotts and Brewers agree to $3 million contract

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    Ryan Braun

    Ryan Braun's thumb is recovering as well as could be expected

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