Padres crush Brewers (0:46)

Padres regain lead in second inning

With two outs and no men on, the Padres strung together back-to-back walks, a Tyson Ross RBI single and an Alexi Amarista 2-run triple to go up over the Brewers 4-2. Follow live

Padres, Brewers each score in 1st inning

Padres 3B Yangervis Solarte put San Diego on the board first with a solo HR, but Brewers 1B Adam Lind's RBI single tied it up in the bottom of the frame, and after Tyson Ross' throwing error on a pickoff attempt, the Brewers lead 2-1. Follow live

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Brewers losing, looking to future

That Milwaukee hot streak opening the second half now seems like a distant memory. However, GM Doug Melvin succeeded last week in obtaining seven prospects. MLB Power Rankings

Daily Fantasy Sports: Jimmy Nelson (1:11)

Brewers landed top-50 prospect

Outfielder Brett Phillips has the rare combination of power and speed that should have Brewers fans excited. He has the potential to be a 20/20 guy at the major league level. Top deadline prospects (Insider)

Bryant leaves early in Cubs' win (1:13)

Cubs win series, lose Bryant

The Cubs swept the Brewers in four games with a 4-3 win in Milwaukee to run their win streak to five. Kris Bryant hit an RBI single in the fifth but left the game with an apparent head injury after sliding headfirst into second base. Box score

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Wheeler near-deal dampens deadline

GM Doug Melvin and the Brewers did well in sell-mode. But the near-deal for the Mets' Zack Wheeler that fell through ended the deadline on a down note for Milwaukee. GM deadline grades (Insider)

Russell rips homer to center

Brewers starter Kyle Lohse surrendered his 25th homer of the season to Addison Russell, who hit his seven this year. The Cubs lead the Brewers 2-0 in the second at Miller Park. Follow live


Final: Cubs 4, Brewers 2

Anthony Rizzo homered for the 4th straight game and Jorge Soler maintained the Cubs' lead by robbing a 2-run homer in the 9th inning as the Cubs won their 4th straight. Box score

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K-Rod could still be moved

He wasn't traded before the non-waiver deadline, but Francisco Rodriguez could still leave Milwaukee. It wouldn't take much for a contender to get Rodriguez and bolster its bullpen. Crasnick: August trade candidates

Brewers should’ve been more aggressive

Milwaukee traded Carlos Gomez, a necessary move, to get the franchise’s rebuilding process going. The Brewers don’t look well situated to compete in 2016 so Dan Szymborski’s ranks them at 17th. Trade deadline rankings (Insider)

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Crasnick: Players who could get traded in August

Baseball's July 31 non-waiver trade deadline is behind us, but there still could be more moves coming in August. Jerry Crasnick identifies players who could change teams this month.

Top sellers at trade deadline (4:34)

Hammel, Rizzo lead Cubs past Brewers 4-1

Jason Hammel beat Milwaukee for the seventh consecutive decision with his first win in almost two months and Anthony Rizzo homered to lead the Chicago Cubs past the rebuilding Brewers 4-1 on Frid


Rizzo homers, Cubs beat Brewers

Anthony Rizzo hit a solo home run in the sixth to help bring Chicago a 4-1 win in Milwaukee. The Cubs are now one game back in the wild-card race.

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Power a plus for Khris Davis

With Carlos Gomez and Gerardo Parra gone via trades, Davis should once again get a starting nod in the Brewers outfield. Fantasy owners could look to Davis for home runs. Deadline fantasy winners, losers (Insider)

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24922nd
On Base Percentage.30323rd
Slugging Percentage.38919th
Earned Run Average4.1825th
Quality Starts4525th


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