All hope isn't completely lost for this year's Milwaukee Brewers

As disastrous as the first two months of the season were for the Milwaukee Brewers, they still aren’t hopeless as the MLB approaches the All-Star break in mid-July. The trade deadline is within 30 days, and will show fans and division rivals how serious the Crew still is about Mission: October. After countless articles and reports of 2015 being nothing more than a disappointment...
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Milwaukee Brewers Face Cincinnati Reds In Most and Least Expensive Games Of July

The Milwaukee Brewers will be a team to watch as baseball steps into July, but it won’t be because of their play on the field. At 32-48, Milwaukee is 20.5 games back of the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Central division, while also being considerably back of an NL Wild Card berth as well. The reason to watch the Brewers is to see how they can impact other rosters around...
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Which Brewers Players are “That Guy Who Always Kills Us” for Opposing Teams?

At the start of the Brewers’ four-game series in Philadelphia, one of the storylines highlighted by the FSWisconsin team was that Ryan Braun loves to hit in Citizens Bank Park.  It’s no surprise why – after Tuesday’s game, Braun’s slash line was a cool .438/.486/.833 at the home of the Phillies.  No wonder Philadelphia fans were so vociferous last year when Braun hit...
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Preview: Brewers at Phillies

Although the Brewers and Philadelphia Phillies are the two worst teams in baseball, Milwaukee is showing signs of life behind Ryan Braun. If Braun and the Brewers can continue pounding the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night, they may post their longest winning streak of the season. Milwaukee (31-48) has only a slightly better record than Philadelphia (27-52), but the...
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Ramirez, Braun lead Brewers to victory over Phillies

  The Brewers felt fortunate to win this one. Aramis Ramirez drove in three runs and Ryan Braun had four hits to lead Milwaukee over the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 Tuesday night. Hernan Perez tripled and had a pair of hits for the Brewers, who have won six of eight. They went ahead with two runs in a bizarre eighth inning. "A win you feel like you snatched it a little bit," manager...
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