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Jacob Barnes is bidding to be a big part of the Brewers' bullpen, as he works towards cracking his first Opening Day roster.
An elongated offseason of consistent baseball has Ivan De Jesus Jr. prompting Brewers decision makers to reflect on his immediate future with the big league club.
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A pitching matchup between starters hoping to crack their respective teams' Opening Day rotations developed into an offensive outburst, as the Reds outlasted the Brewers, 12-11, on Friday at Goodyear Park, capped by a two-run, walk-off double by Arismendy Alcantara.
Right-hander Hiram Burgos returned to Brewers camp on Friday with gold hair and a silver medal.
Brewers outfielder Corey Ray transitioned from rehabber to player this week, appearing in a game for the first time since undergoing knee surgery last season.
Jesus Aguilar's big Spring Training prompted the Brewers to try something new Friday, one of several signs they are seriously considering the slugger for a spot on the Opening Day roster.
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When Manny Pina and fellow out-of-options player Jhan Marinez were informed Wednesday that they had made their first big league Opening Day roster, it was much more than a mere formality.
They wore Brewers uniforms on Thursday with their names on the back, as if that was really necessary. They were The Kid and Gumby, Robin Yount and Jim Gantner, two of the most recognizable faces in Brewers history, making their first spring appearances at Maryvale Baseball Park.
The A's counted off four home runs against Brewers Opening Day starter Junior Guerra, including two from Yonder Alonso, in a 15-5 slugfest at Hohokam Stadium on Thursday afternoon.
Right-hander Devin Williams, the Brewers' top Draft pick in 2013, needs Tommy John surgery and will miss the 2017 season, a source told MLB.com's Jim Callis on Thursday. The Brewers have not yet confirmed the news.
The Brewers' new closer has not worked a clean inning in two weeks, but manager Craig Counsell believes that Neftali Feliz will pitch better once he begins pitching more.
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Denard Span and Jae-gyun Hwang each hit a two-run home run, Hwang's a go-ahead shot during a three-run seventh inning, and the Giants beat the Brewers, 6-4, on Wednesday at Maryvale Baseball Park.
Joba Chamberlain has experienced most everything baseball has to offer, from winning the World Series as a Yankees phenom to being released last year by the Indians. But Wednesday brought a new one.
Brewers reliever Michael Blazek was shaken by a Wednesday morning demotion to Triple-A Colorado Springs, a move that surprised the right-hander and cut short his bid for a third straight Opening Day roster spot.
Hyun-Jin Ryu fired four scoreless innings and singled in a run for the Dodgers, but Milwaukee catcher Manny Pina slugged a three-run homer in a 5-4 Brewers win Tuesday at Camelback Ranch-Glendale.
Jonathan Villar established himself as an everyday player last season, playing in 156 games for the Brewers. However, in the World Baseball Classic, that was not the case. The 25-year-old infielder could have been disgruntled about the lack of playing time, but instead appreciated the experience for what it was -- an opportunity to learn from some of the best in the game.
David Denson, the first active player in affiliated professional baseball to come out as gay, has announced his retirement. "I want to thank all of you for the amazing love and support over the years," the Brewers' Minor Leaguer wrote on Facebook on Monday.
Matt Garza continues to get comfortable with his changeup and turned in arguably his best Spring Training start Tuesday in the Brewers' 5-4 win over the Dodgers.
The Brewers' 2010 crop of international signees included a pair of Venezuelan shortstops. The following spring, they were both sent to the team's academy in the Dominican Republic, and when they arrived for a workout, the manager there, Nestor Corredor, sent one out to shortstop and the other to second base. Later, he was shocked when the second baseman, a skinny 16-year-old, stormed into his office in a huff.
Milwaukee right-hander Zach Davies maintained a perfect game through four innings Sunday as the Brewers downed the San Francisco Giants, 6-4, in a Cactus League exhibition.
Hernan Perez loves playing baseball, so much so he hitched a ride overnight from San Diego to Phoenix to join the Brewers for their Sunday afternoon matchup with the Giants. He started at second base and went 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBIs in Milwaukee's 6-4 win over San Francisco.
The Peoria, Ariz., apartment shared by Brewers teammates Rene Garcia, Yadiel Rivera and Domingo Santana becomes a World Baseball Classic viewing party spot whenever Puerto Rico or the Dominican Republic is on.
Anthony Rizzo and Addison Russell hit two of the Cubs' four homers on Saturday afternoon, but Manny Pina and Kyle Wren chipped in three-run blasts for the Brewers in a 13-7 victory at Maryvale Baseball Park.
Last season, Junior Guerra didn't even make the Brewers' Opening Day roster. This season, he is the team's pick to start on Opening Day against the Rockies at home on April 3.
Both of the Brewers' left-handed additions to the lineup -- first baseman Eric Thames and third baseman Travis Shaw -- have been fed a steady diet of left-handed pitching this spring, a challenge both players said they welcome.
Ryan Braun hit his first spring home run for the Brewers, and Christian Colon went deep for the Royals as the teams combined for eight runs in the first inning and a half Friday at Maryvale Baseball Park, where the Royals emerged 8-5 victors.
He grips the baseball like a circle changeup, only with his index finger and middle finger farther apart than usual. This is Jimmy Nelson's split-change, a new pitch he has refined this spring, and expects to incorporate more this season.
The Brewers scratched first baseman Eric Thames from the lineup with a sore right knee, then saw center fielder Keon Broxton exit with pain in his right wrist after three innings of Friday's 8-5 loss to the Royals at Maryvale Baseball Park.
Opening Day of Minor League Spring Training games meant the end of big league camp for three of the Brewers' top outfield prospects. Lewis Brinson, Ryan Cordell and Brett Phillips were optioned to the Minors on Friday.
With two weeks left in the Cactus League, the Brewers face the same welcome problem: Too many starting pitchers for too few spots.
Milwaukee won 8-5 over Arizona on Thursday at Maryvale Baseball Park, where Travis Shaw and Jesus Aguilar of the Brewers and Daniel Descalso and David Peralta of the D-backs all went deep.
The gaggle of reporters thought Ryan Braun was kidding, but the Brewers outfielder said he was serious when he uttered the quote that would go on to make the social media rounds Thursday.
Brewers utility-man-in-training Scooter Gennett probably completed his Spring Training tour of the diamond after starting in right field against the Rockies on Wednesday, manager Craig Counsell said.
After seven seasons playing first base, catching and pitching in the Brewers' Minor League system, Nestor Corredor tried civilian life. But a stint managing Corredor's family's general store in Venezuela lasted just two weeks.
The Brewers' crowded competition for the Opening Day rotation shows no signs of thinning yet. Chase Anderson and Tommy Milone both had solid outings in Wednesday's 5-4 loss to the Rockies, keeping them in a seven-man mix battling for five spots.
Brewers catcher Andrew Susac is getting a little rest with "neck stiffness," as manager Craig Counsell called it.