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2016 Schedule
34-42, 4th in NL Cent
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Why isn't Arcia on Futures roster?

Orlando Arcia is the most glaring omission from the World roster, as he's a top-10 prospect in the game and the Brewers' No. 1 prospect, Keith Law writes. Law: Futures roster reaction (Insider)

Kemp or Braun to Cleveland? (1:55)

Urias wins his first, Dodgers edge Brewers 6-5

Rookie Julio Urias battled through six innings for his first major league victory, Adrian Gonzalez had three hits and the Los Angeles Dodgers won 6-5 over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday.

Pederson exits game after running into the wall (1:11)
Urias fans six batters to earn first victory (0:37)

Lineup: Brewers (34-41) vs. Dodgers (42-36)

  • 1. Jonathan Villar, SS (S)
  • 2. Aaron Hill, 3B (R)
  • 3. Ryan Braun, LF (R)
  • 4. Jonathan Lucroy, C (R)
  • 5. Chris Carter, 1B (R)
  • 6. Hernan Perez, RF (R)
  • 7. Jake Elmore, 2B (R)
  • 8. Keon Broxton, CF (R)
  • 9. Chase Anderson, RHP
  • Daily notes

Hader to rep Brewers at Futures Game

Left-hander Josh Hader will play for the United States team at this summer's All-Star Futures Game in San Diego. The 22-year-old ranked seventh among Keith Law's top Brewers prospects this offseason.

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Brewers sign first-rounder Ray

Milwaukee agreed to terms on a deal with 2016 No. 5 overall draft pick Corey Ray, an outfielder out of Louisville. "It feels great," Ray said Saturday. "A first-class team, the guys are funny, friendly, they welcomed me, they made me feel at home. They made this day really memorable." MLB.com


Schroeder: Avoid Kershaw, but get Urias

F.S. Wisconsin Brewers color commentator Bill Schroeder explains that while they're lucky to avoid Clayton Kershaw, the Brewers will have a tall task against a 19-year old phenom.

Brewers keep No. 23 spot in rankings

Following its tumultuous 2-7 West Coast road trip, Milwaukee rebounded by taking two of three from the first-place Nationals. Next up for the Brewers is a three-game series at home versus the Dodgers. Power Rankings

No All-Star starters for Brewers?

In the NL's final ballot update, OF Ryan Braun (No. 5) and C Jonathan Lucroy (No. 5) hold steady in the voting at their positions. Neither is relatively close to a starting spot. Voting ends June 30.


Rough stretch before All-Star break

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Brewers beat writer Tom Haudricourt looks ahead to a difficult stretch of games for the Brewers in the next few weeks.


Carter homers as Brewers beat Nationals 6-5

Chris Carter hit a three-run homer, Matt Garza pitched six innings for this first win of the season, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Washington Nationals 6-5 on Saturday.

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We hear you, Milwaukee. But...

Bill Barnwell recognizes the city of Milwaukee for the championship droughts of the Bucks and Brewers (since 1971). However, the Packers' Super Bowl titles rule the city out of contention. Sports Misery Index

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Where does Ray rank for Brewers?

Corey Ray was the top player on Keith Law's Big Board in this year's draft, but is his talent enough for him to dethrone stud shortstop Orlando Arcia as the Brewers' No. 1 prospect? Where top 2016 draft picks rank (Insider)

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Gennett finally ends streak of solo HRs

Scooter Gennett hit a two-run homer in the Brewers' 4-2 win on Wednesday. Each of his previous 11 HRs were of the solo variety, dating back to June 16, 2015, per the Elias Sports Bureau. Before his two-run shot, Gennett was homerless in 201 consecutive at-bats with at least one runner on base.

Is Hill a good trade option?

The Brewers have a number of players that may hold value worth dealing at July's end. Among those players? Aaron Hill, one of the many new faces to the Brewers franchise this season. The 34-year-old infielder's numbers aren't exceedingly impressive, but they indicate a positive change in his production. Disciples of Uecker

Brewers hold steady on All-Star ballot

In the NL's fourth ballot update, Ryan Braun (No. 5 outfielder) and Jonathan Lucroy (No. 5 catcher) hang on to their spots.

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Anderson will skip next start in rotation

Brewers manager Craig Counsell and pitching coach Derek Johnson have decided to skip Chase Anderson's next start, giving him nine days of rest before starting again. During those nine days, Anderson would be available out of the bullpen if necessary, but Counsell said he wants to stay away from that. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24819th
On Base Percentage.32515th
Slugging Percentage.39924th
Earned Run Average4.5022nd
Quality Starts2724th

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