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MILWAUKEE -- Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson is fully on board with the team's decision to move him to the bullpen instead of beginning the season in the team's starting rotation.
Narveson was limited to just one start last season because of a torn rotator cuff, and he doesn't want to overdo things early in the season.
"I'm not reading too much into it," Narveson said of the mutual decision. "It's just one of those things where it kind of gives you a little bit of a break between here and kind of cranking things up.
"I'd much rather be strong and know I can go every fifth day come August and September than all of a sudden you are shut down due to innings or physically you just hit that wall."
Narveson referenced the situation Brewers right-hander Mark Rogers faced last season when the team was in the heat of the playoff race. Rogers was in the rotation and pitching well, but the Brewers shut him down because he hit his innings ...
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MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Brewers left-hander Chris Narveson will open the season as the team's long reliever and not in the starting rotation.
Narveson is recovering from shoulder surgery and a torn rotator cuff that cut his 2012 season to just one start.
"We want to back off him a little bit," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. " ... He's OK but he's really...
MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Brewers right-handed pitcher Josh Stinson has been claimed off waivers by Oakland.
Milwaukee tried to pass Stinson through waivers to open up a spot on the 40-man roster, but the gamble didn't pay off.
Right-hander Alfredo Figaro and catcher Blake Lalli both are competing for the final spots in the bullpen and on the bench, but neither are on the 40-man...
MILWAUKEE It's that time of year again. Every team has some kind of hope on Opening Day, as the pundits try to decipher which fan bases are delusional in thinking their team is a contender.
Can the Milwaukee Brewers make another run at the postseason? They'll only go as far as their pitchers take them.
The Brewers finished just five games back of the final Wild Card spot...
When you gotta go, you gotta go, so it makes sense to BYOP — bring your own potty.
Experienced tailgaters at the Brewers’ Miller Park have been known to bring their own portable commode with them to the parking lot. As of this season, though, the Brewers will no longer allow that practice.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting that Waste Management, the company that has...
Milwaukee Brewers fans who wanted to bring their own potty to games this season will have to leave it at home.In the past, fans have been known to bring their own portable bathrooms with them for convenience sake. But because of the team's contract with a sanitation company, that practice will no longer be allowed.It seems Waste Management, which has the sanitation contract with...
Kyle Lohse will make his first start for the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday against the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Lohse waited until there was only a week left of spring training before signing a deal with the Brewers. The official deal for Lohse was for three-years and $33 million.
Last season Lohse pitched for the St. Louis Cardinals where he had a career best season finishing 16-3 with...
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Rickie Weeks hit a two-run homer in the first inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago White Sox 5-4 Saturday in the final spring training game for both teams.
White Sox starter Dylan Axelrod came on in relief and threw 5 1-3 scoreless innings before tiring in the eighth. Axelrod, scheduled to start Friday against Seattle, was pulled after RBI doubles...
Rickie Weeks hit a two-run homer in the first inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago White Sox 5-4 Saturday in the final spring training game for both teams.
White Sox starter Dylan Axelrod came on in relief and threw 5 1-3 scoreless innings before tiring in the eighth. Axelrod, scheduled to start Friday against Seattle, was pulled after RBI doubles by Jonathan Lucroy...
(Photo: Mike Ehrmann)
Adam Wainwright has not been generous to the Brewers over the years. Among current players with a fair number of at bats against Wainwright, only Aramis Ramirez (.404) and Corey Hart (.265) hit him respectably. Although I could not find Wainwright’s career numbers versus the Brewers overall (apparently I need to be a STATS LLC client for that) I was...
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Hector Santiago pitched three perfect innings and the Chicago White Sox beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-2 on Friday night.
Santiago struck out five while throwing 35 pitches.
Adam Dunn went 3 for 3 with two RBIs for the White Sox, who finished with 12 hits. Jeff Keppinger and Paul Konerko each drove in a run.
Ryan Braun hit a two-run homer for the Brewers.