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Astros Power Their Way Past Brewers 10-8

The Houston Astros popped four home runs in Tuesday’s 10-8 win over Milwaukee at Minute Maid Park.  A three-run shot by Yasmani Grandal in the ninth inning made it close, but Jesus Aguilar struck out to end the game.  Freddy Peralta took the loss after giving up six earned runs in four innings.  The Brewers…read more »

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Moustakas HR Gives Brewers Sweep Of Pirates

A two-run home run by Mike Moustakas in the eighth inning gave the Brewers a lead they wouldn’t surrender in a 5-2 win over Pittsburgh Sunday.  Milwaukee swept the weekend series from the Pirates.  Christian Yelich also had a homer, his major league-leading 24th on “Yelich bobblehead” day at Miller Park.  The sellout crowd cheered…read more »

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Marlins Manhandle Brewers 2nd Night-In-A-Row 8-3

The Miami Marlins dominated Milwaukee for a second straight night, riding a grand slam by Brian Anderson to an 8-3 victory Wednesday.  The return of right-handed starting pitcher Jimmy Nelson was welcome, but he gave up five runs in three innings and took the loss.  Even though Miami has the worst record in the National…read more »

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Brewers Get Hammered by Marlins, 16-0

That’s Brewers Manger Craig Counsell on last night’s beat-down at the hands of the Miami Marlins at Miller Park. The Marlins scored a franchise-record 11 runs in the fifth inning on the way to a 16-0 shutout of the Brewers last night.  Garrett Cooper had two hits and scored twice for the Marlins in that…read more »

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Hiura Sent Back Down to Make Room for Shaw

Despite hitting five home runs and slugging .531, rookie infielder Keston Hiura is being returned to the minors. Hiura’s roster spot was needed for the return of veteran Travis Shaw who has missed time with a wrist injury. Shaw was hitting just .163 when he was placed on the injured list. It is possible that…read more »

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Brewers Win 4-2, Takes Series from Pirates

Eric Thames doubled and homered, driving in three runs as Milwaukee beat the Pirates Sunday 4-2. The Crew took the two out three to win series against division rival. Zach Davies was pulled after eight solid innings when he gave up a double to open the ninth. Davies improved his record to 6-0 and Corbin…read more »

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