What are the acceptable and unacceptable Brewers jerseys to wear to games? What rules constrain jersey etiquette, in terms of the garment and the individual dressed in it? When must you stop wearing a jersey, which ones are timeless and which are never OK? And is it shirsey or shirtsey?
Since diving into an organizational rebuild midway through last season, the Brewers - especially since David Stearns took over as general manager - have made a lot of trades. How do those deals look so far in 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.
In terms of the Brewers' future, wins and losses don't matter right now. The Brewers are currently on a five-game losing streak after getting swept at Miller Park in a four-game series with the Chicago Cubs. Milwaukee has a 2-10 record since July 22, and more than half of those losses came while still employing Carlos Gomez and Gerardo Parra. Don't expect it to get any better either.
When the week began, the Milwaukee Brewers had a losing team and a below-average farm system. As the trade deadline expired Friday afternoon, the Brewers succeeded in improving the future of the franchise at the expense of even more losses this season. But that was exactly what needed to happen.
Aramis Ramirez is now an ex-Brewer, traded to his first team - the Pittsburgh Pirates - Thursday. By next week's trade deadline, several more current Brewers should find themselves playing elsewhere as well. Here's a look at four Brewers who should be traded, and four Brewers who should be kept.
Through 15 games, the Brewers are at record lows. A sad September has been followed by an awful April. If things don't change quickly, a repeat of the really ugly 1984 season could make for a long summer at Miller Park.
Numbers and statistics can be misleading in all sports. But the numbers for the Milwaukee Brewers this season are absolutely frightening. Nobody expected this kind of performance.
It's Opening Day, and Miller Park is bustling as the Milwaukee Brewers host the Colorado Rockies today at 1:10 p.m. Get to know and interact with the team here!
The Milwaukee Brewers are 72 hours away from starting the 2015 Major League Baseball season, and one could argue there hasn't been a bigger campaign in recent team history.
With one full season now under his belt, Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Khris Davis is looking to solidify his spot as an everyday power producer for the organization.
It's the time of year when we all try to figure out what it is we are thankful for and sometimes it's hard to make a decision. But in the world of sports there are a lot of gifts that we get and we should hold hands and say thank you for players, teams and owners.
Carlos Gomez hasn't lost any style at the plate, but he's added far more substance in a 2014 campaign that resulted in another All-Star berth and a year in which he is on track to set multiple career highs at the plate.
A year after breaking out with an all-star campaign and a Gold Glove, Milwaukee Brewers centerfielder Carlos Gomez has followed it up with not just another All-Star season, but one in which he should receive Most Valuable Player votes. We caught up with Gomez to ask about head taps, his Gold Glove and if he'd rather win a game offensively, or defensively.
It wasn't the move anyone expected, and it certainly wasn't the one many who root for the Milwaukee Brewers hoped for, but the non-waiver trade deadline acquisition of Gerardo Parra has paid immediate dividends for a club that needed a veteran, left-handed bat and a stellar defensive option at either corner of the outfield.