David Stearns' latest moves give Brewers best farm system in baseball

Published Aug. 3, 2016

People around Major League Baseball are taking notice - and approving - of David Stearns' work rebuilding the Brewers' organization, particularly in the personnel and operations departments. On Wednesday, after his latest trades, ranked Milwaukee's farm system No. 1.


Welcome back, Go-Go: Carlos Gomez's top 10 moments as a Brewer

Published April 8, 2016

With the Astros in town for a three-game interleague series starting Friday night, Carlos Gomez returns to Milwaukee for the first time since he was traded last year. Here are our 10 favorite moments from his tenure with the Brewers.


Astros, Cubs shocked by timing of Yost's firing

Published Sept. 16, 2008

In a strange series at Miller Park, the Astros and Cubs -- two of the Brewers' NL Central rivals -- were surprised by the news that Milwaukee fired manager Ned Yost.


Cubs, Astros square off for two games at Miller Park

Published Sept. 13, 2008

With Hurricane Ike wreaking havoc on the Gulf Coast, Major League Baseball has moved two games of the Houston-Chicago series to Miller Park. The games will be at 7 p.m. Sunday at 1 p.m. Monday.


Bring back Scrap Iron: Let Garner take Yost's seat

Published Aug. 27, 2007

The Astros fired manager Phil Garner today and replaced him with former Brewers first baseman Cecil Cooper. What may have been the right move for the Astros, who are 15 games under .500, may be a blessing in disguise for the Brewers.


Saturday Scorecard: Lee doesn't deserve the boos

Published April 21, 2007

When he played for the Brewers, Carlos Lee regularly received ovations at Miller Park. When he returned Friday night with Houston, he was booed by a sellout crowd of 41,522. The reason? He took the money and ran, just like anyone else would.