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Before they moved to the American League this season, the Houston Astros were prime schedule padding for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Monday | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun remains fourth in the balloting among National League outfielders according to the voting totals released by Major League Baseball today.
Monday | Reviewing the Brew
Good morning everyone and welcome to the Monday edition of Brewer Daily News. On Sunday, the Milwaukee Brewers were able to come to terms with their top pick in this year's Major League Baseball Draft.
Even though he's on the disabled list, Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki can still be elected as an All-Star starter.
Johnny Cueto's second comeback of the season was even better than the first, as the 27-year-old right-hander stymied the Brewers in a 5-1 win on Sunday at Great American Ball Park.
Logan Schafer tied a career high with three hits, part of a 3-for-4 effort with a pair of doubles and two RBI, as Milwaukee silenced Cincinnati, 6-0, in the middle test of a three-game series.
The Boone County Planning Commission has approved its 2013-14 budget during a regular business meeting earlier in June.
It's been no secret, unless you've been living under a rock, that the Milwaukee Brewers' 2013 season hasn't exactly panned out the way they wanted it to.
He also doubled in the fifth. Gennett was born in the Cincinnati of Lebanon. It also was Gennett's first career double and first career multi-hit game.
The Blue Jays' Jose Bautista has been flexing his muscles to the delight of fantasy owners for several years now, and he's definitely someone worth dealing for.
The Brewers hadn't formally announced any signings from last week's First-Year Player Draft as of Friday afternoon, but that doesn't mean amateur scouting director Bruce Seid and his crew haven't been busy.
Veteran right-hander Bronson Arroyo can continue a recent run of good results on Friday night when the Cincinnati Reds host the Milwaukee Brewers in the opener of a three-game series at Great American Ball Park.
Ryan Braun was not in the starting lineup for the third straight game Wednesday, and the All-Star outfielder was not pleased with how his injured right hand was feeling.
Good morning everyone and welcome to the Wednesday edition of Brewer Daily News.