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Starting in place of Juan Francisco rookie Sean Halton took full advantage of his opportunity Tuesday night.
The first baseman one of a number of reinforcements who have bounced back and forth between Milwaukee and Class AAA Nashville this season drove in three runs with a pair of singles to help lead the Brewers to a 6-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals at Miller Park.
The three RBI were one more than Halton had managed in 22 previous games with the Brewers who won for the first time in six tries at home against their National League Central Division nemesis.
They also came at a time when Milwaukee was struggling for any sort of production at first base.
Francisco the usual starter at first was given the game off after striking out eight consecutive times over the previous two games and in 13 of his 17 at-bats on the homestand thus far.
"Big day for him" manager Ron Roenicke said of Halton. "Two big at-bats."
It was a big game also for starter Kyle Loh...
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Disgraced Brewers slugger Ryan Braun released a statement on Thursday evening admitting PED use, accepting responsibility and apologizing for his actions.
MILWAUKEE -- By air and by car, Donovan Hand is racking up the miles between Milwaukee and Nashville.
The right-hander was sent down to Triple-A on Friday, but is back with the team Wednesday after Rob Wooten was placed on the paternity list.
Because there are no direct flights from Nashville to Milwaukee, Hand caught a 6 a.m. flight to Chicago on Wednesday morning where a car was...
MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez continues to make progress in his recovery from a sprained right knee and should return to the field sometime this week.
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke is hoping to get Gomez back in some capacity in the next few days with his return to the lineup coming a short time after that.
"He's doing really well," Roenicke...
MILWAUKEE -- Tom Gorzelanny's audition to be in next year's starting rotation has hit a rough patch, one that may eventually cost him his chance to finish the season as a starting pitcher.
While the veteran left-hander will make his next scheduled start, Gorzelanny didn't help his cause Wednesday against St. Louis. The Cardinals batted around and scored six runs in the...
MILWAUKEE -- In Kyle Lohse's first three starts this season against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Milwaukee Brewers couldn't score for him.
While Lohse entered Tuesday night with an 0-3 record and a 5.00 ERA against his former team this season, the Brewers had scored just two runs for him in three starts.
The tide turned Tuesday, as Lohse posted his 13th quality start in...
Text of statement by Ryan Braun released Thursday by the Milwaukee Brewers:
Now that the initial MLB investigation is over, I want to apologize for my actions and provide a more specific account of what I did and why I deserved to be suspended. I have no one to blame but myself. I know that over the last year and a half I made some serious mistakes, both in the information I failed...
MILWAUKEE -- Kyle Lohse beat the Cardinals for the first time this season and Sean Halton knocked in a career-high three runs to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat St. Louis 6-3 Tuesday night.
Lohse (9-8) beat the Cardinals in his fourth try this season and improved to 3-5 in nine outings overall against his former team.
Lohse left after six innings with the Brewers leading 6-3. He...
MILWAUKEE -- Scooter Gennett was just walking through the clubhouse minding his own business when a teammate launched a joke suggesting the Milwaukee Brewers just got their second baseman back from the Little League World Series.
Instead of getting offended or angry, Gennett fired off a witty response. This is the kid who was once told he was too small to play Little League. He...
Ryan Braun released a statement on Thursday where he apologized for taking PEDs. Along with apologizing for lying to the public as well as that infamous press conference, Braun also apologized to Dino Laurenzi, Jr., the sample collector he trashed throughout the process.
The statement also gives what Braun calls, “a more specific account of what he did and why he deserved to be...
So...Ryan Braun apologizes.
The former N.L MVP is serving a 65 game suspension after Major League Baseball was able to link him to Biogenesis a Miami area facility that allegedly provided steroids and other performance enhancing drugs to professional athletes.
Braun had been suspected for a couple of years. In early 2012, he was able to beat MLB after allegedly failing a...
They are a forgiving lot, these Milwaukee Brewers fans. Even when it comes to Ryan Braun.
Shortly before the Cardinals' game Wednesday afternoon in Milwaukee, FOX Sports Midwest reporter Jim Hayes scoured the parking lots and sidewalks around Miller Park to ask Brewers fans what they thought about their disgraced left fielder.
Braun, of course, recently accepted a 65-game...
Beginning on Thursday, the St. Louis Cardinals will play a potentially season-defining stretch of 17 games in 18 days against other NL playoff contenders.
For now, they'll happily welcome a few more against the Milwaukee Brewers.
The Cardinals look to continue their dominance of the NL Central's cellar dwellers with a sixth straight victory at Miller Park on Tuesday night...
Kyle Lohse finally beat the St. Louis Cardinals, and the win didn't come that easily.
Lohse beat the Cardinals in his fourth try this season and Sean Halton knocked in a career-high three runs to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat St. Louis 6-3 Tuesday night.
''They made me work for it,'' he said after improving to 3-5 in nine outings overall against his former...
Cincinnati's Homer Bailey had routinely struggled against the Milwaukee Brewers until shutting them down last weekend.
The Brewers' Yovani Gallardo regularly frustrates the Reds.
Bailey looks to build on his latest gem while Gallardo tries to extend his scoreless inning streak against the Reds in the opener of a three-game series Friday night at Great American Ball Park...