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Several Brewers, including Jhoulys Chacin, Jesus Aguilar, Ryan Braun and Jeremy Jeffress, are on the cusp on major milestones in their careers. more

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The Milwaukee Brewers are now 16-29 in day games. Whether the issue is their sleep cycle, routine or simply bad luck, they need to figure out a way to reverse this trend quickly. more

Brewers On Deck Circle

Michael Mountain is on quite an adventure; this Baltimore resident visited Miller Park as the third stop on a 30-city, 36-day road trip to visit every Major League Baseball stadium in the U.S. more

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Robin Yount's three All-Star appearances is the lowest for any Hall of Famer who debuted after the inception of the game. more

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Odds are, no one who came to Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati a couple of weeks ago was hoping or expecting to see Brewers catcher Erik Kratz pitch. more

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According to the Baseball America Top 100 Prospects list, which was inaugurated in 1990, the Brewers have had 50 different Top 100 Prospects over the past 28 years. more

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Acquiring Syndergaard would be a remarkably risky move given his recent history. more

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Freddy Peralta’s MLB star is rapidly ascending and if it keeps going at this pace it could create a challenging situation for the Brewers down the stretch. more

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Sogard’s inability to drive the ball this year leaves him without equal in team history. more

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Two batters into Sunday's game against the Phillies, Chase Anderson was already in trouble. The situation, unfortunately, was not unusual. more

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The average MLB team has won about 37.5 road games per season since 2010. The Brewers have been worse than that in 32 of their 49 seasons. Here are some notable exceptions. more

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Two months into his first season in Milwaukee, Christian Yelich is already everything the Brewers could have hoped he would be and a little more. more

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Take a closer look at four potential call-up players currently in the minor leagues whom the Milwaukee Brewers might yet bring on board this season. more

Brewers On Deck Circle

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Cole Hamels, for his part, may be able to add some stability and credibility to the back of the Brewers’ rotation. more

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Freddy Peralta wasn’t even supposed to be in the majors on Sunday, but he made the most of the opportunity. more

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The Brewers and their NL Central counterparts got a favor from the schedule makers this season: Baseball’s interleague play rotation matched up the Central divisions on a year when only Cleveland appears positioned to contend on the AL side. more

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Draft sacrifices aside, however, the 2003 hot streak injected some life into an otherwise negligible Brewers season and proved that even bad teams can be fun sometimes. more

Brewers On Deck Circle

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Braun’s recent home runs moved March/April 2018 off of this list, but here are some of the worst prior months of his career and a look at how he rebounded. more

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On April 15, 1987, Juan Nieves pitched the only no-hitter in Brewers franchise history. If that feels like a long time ago, it’s because it was. more

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Braun needs five more runs batted in to become the 285th player in MLB history, the ninth active player and just the second Brewer with 1,000 in their careers. more

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