Brewers make a statement to start this series while Cardinals commit several errors.
by: STATS — Fox Sports 4h
Seven years after making his major league debut as an outfielder, Eric Thames is getting reacquainted with the position for the Milwaukee Brewers.
by: Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 4h
His versatility enables manager Craig Counsell to continue to start Jesús Aguilar at first base, giving the Brewers a deeper and more powerful lineup.
by: Matthew Dewoskin — Fansided: Reviewing the Brew 5h
The Milwaukee Brewers have already tried to shore up their infield by acquiring Brad Miller from the Tampa Bay Rays. Could they go even further and add Sco...
by: FOX Sports — Fox Sports 5h
Mike Matheny was clearly frustrated after the Cardinals dropped an ugly one to the Brewers on Thursday.
by: (Thomas Lott) — Sporting News 5h
The Cubs couldn't break out against Matt Harvey while the Mariners lost for the sixth time in their last eight games.
by: David Gasper — Fansided: Reviewing the Brew 5h
The Milwaukee Brewers haven't been able to get much production out of the shortstop position this year. Could they look into acquiring Manny Machado from t...
by: @usatoday — USA Today 6h
Brent Suter pitched seven strong innings, Manny Pina homered and the Milwaukee Brewers capitalized on a season-high four errors by St. Louis to beat the Cardinals 11-3
by: N/A — MLB: Brewers 6h
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by: JOE TOTORAITIS Associated Press — The Journal Times 6h
MILWAUKEE — Brent Suter pitched seven strong innings, Manny Pina homered and the Milwaukee Brewers capitalized on a season-high four errors by St. Louis to beat the Cardinals 11-3 Thursday
by: Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 6h
The offense has a rare big game against Carlos Martínez, while Brent Suter turns in his second straight seven-inning start.
by: Lauren Theisen — Deadspin 6h
The Brewers whupped the Cardinals tonight, and the Milwaukee scoring got rolling with a two-out, first-inning fly ball from Jesus Aguilar. It was high, and it was deep, but it wasn’t quite as gone as St. Louis left fielder Marcell Ozuna assumed it was....