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By ANDREI GRESKA
MILWAUKEE -- Kyle Lohse's turnaround this season has made the pitcher into a coveted arm going into the final week before the trade deadline.
Friday's performance further bolstered his soaring stock.
Lohse limited the Marlins to five hits in six innings in the Brewers' 2-0 victory over Miami, striking out five and moving to 6-7 this year. It was the fourth straight outing Lohse went at least six innings, having done so in nine of 10 games since falling to 1-6 on the season.
"It felt good to get the second half started this way," Lohse said. "It was very humid out there. Sometimes when it gets like that it gets tough to grip the ball with sweat dripping down your arm. I didn't throw as many changeups as I probably would have because I couldn't get the grip. Everything else was working so I didn't need it."
The Marlins were able to tag a few balls that were caught at the warning track by Carlos Go...
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The Milwaukee Brewers wore throwback jerseys during Friday night's game at Miller Park, but somehow manager Ron Roenicke found himself managing the game with Milwaukee misspelled on the front.
We're pretty sure that the city's name has never been spelled M-I-L-W-A-K-U-E-E, even in the days when the Brewers actually wore...
MILWAUKEE -- For a good chunk of the first half of the season, the Milwaukee Brewers couldn't buy a quality start let alone a shutout.
After becoming the last team in baseball to collect a shutout this season -- finally getting their first on June 15 in Cincinnati -- the Brewers now have seven shutouts in their last 30 games after Saturday night's 6-0 victory over Miami...
MILWAUKEE -- Ron Roenicke didn't think twice before putting on his uniform prior to Saturday night's 6-0 victory over the Miami Marlins.
The skipper of the Milwaukee Brewers has plenty of things to worry about on game day and how the name on the front of his uniform is spelled is not one of them.
Wearing the uniforms of the 1923 Milwaukee Bears as part of Milwaukee'...
Had they misspelled Ron Roenicke’s last name on his jersey one could understand. Instead Roenicke wore a jersey which read Milwakuee instead of Milwaukee on Saturday night.
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke’s jersey is spelled wrong tonight pic.twitter.com/npfs1I8xFd (via @sberg2988)
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) July 20, 2013
The Brewers and Marlins were wearing throw back uniforms...
MILWAUKEE -- Ryan Braun's path toward normalcy took another step forward Saturday as he was able to be in the lineup for the second straight day.
This is the first time Braun has been able to play back-to-back days since returning from the disabled list July 8. With a trip to the bereavement list halting his comeback attempt from a before the All-Star break, Braun hasn't...
While Yovani Gallardo is still on the trade market, his disappointing first half may have scared some teams away.
Another dominant performance against the Miami Marlins could perhaps boost his value.
Gallardo aims to get on track and continue his mastery of the visiting Marlins, who try to snap their recent woes against the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday night.
The All-Star break...
The Milwaukee Brewers and Miami Marlins paid tribute to the Negro Leagues on Saturday night by wearing throwback uniforms. Mostly everything went smoothly for the Brewers at Miller Park as they honored former Negro League players George Altman and Lonnie Harris in a pregame ceremony, but there was one minor issue. Milwaukee (notice the spelling [...]
Yovani Gallardo pitched a shutout into the seventh inning and Jonathan Lucroy and Rickie Weeks belted home runs, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-0 win over the Miami Marlins on Saturday night.
Gallardo (8-8) gave up five hits in 6 1-3 innings. He struck out five batters and walked two. Four relievers combined to preserve the shutout as the Brewers held the Marlins without a...
Teams seeking Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez may have to wait until August. MLB Trade Rumors' Jeff Todd reports that Ramirez will most likely remain a Brewer beyond the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline due to his knee injury. Todd cites FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal's tweet that Ramirez will remain on the disabled list until early August, postponing any...
The Milwaukee Brewers are expecting to activate third
baseman Aramis Ramirez from the disabled list on Monday. His return could be
short-lived, considering the Brewers may be selling this summer and he’s a
productive player coveted by contenders. Two teams that could become especially
interested in Ramirez are the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees, according to
For a good chunk of the first half of the season, the Milwaukee Brewers couldn't buy a quality start let alone a shutout.
After becoming the last team in baseball to collect a shutout this season -- finally getting their first on June 15 in Cincinnati -- the Brewers now have seven shutouts in their last 30 games after Saturday night's 6-0 victory over Miami.
After dealing with poor starting pitching, key injuries and plenty of rumors regarding a possible Ryan Braun drug suspension, the Milwaukee Brewers are hoping their second half goes better than the first.
The improving Miami Marlins have the same goal.
Braun is expected to return Friday night when the NL's two worst teams return from the All-Star break in Milwaukee.