The Brewers' regular season has been so magical, it made an extra game appear. Game 163, the battle for the Central Division, will take place tomorrow at noon, pitting the Crew and the Cubs in one final regular season fight.
The Brewers' wild 13-12 win over the Reds in Cincinnati on Wednesday may have been their most exciting game of the year. And on an explosive, important night when Milwaukee had a season-high 22 hits, while the Cubs and Cardinals both lost, the driver's seat belonged entirely to Christian Yelich.
Before Wednesday's Brewers-Cubs game at Miller Park, Colonel Jay Morrison reunited with his family by surprising his son on his 12th birthday. We spoke with Morrison about all that led to the reunion, becoming a viral-video sensation and what the moment felt like and meant for him, his family, other service members and fans of baseball and happiness.
The I-94 rivalry will be back in full swing on Monday, June 11 when the Brewers return home from an eight-game road trip to begin a three-game set against the Cubs. Milwaukee will close out the homestand with three games against the Phillies, beginning on Friday, June 15.
Separated by 90 miles, the Brewers and Cubs are always looking for bragging rights over one another. At noon on June 12, the Brewers Wives will add another layer to the I-94 rivalry when they host the Cubs Wives in the first-ever Softball Challenge at Helfaer Field.
So far this season, the Brew Crew have been the Clutch Crew. After Monday's win over the Cardinals, the Brewers are 6-5 with five of those victories coming in their final at-bat. It's exhilarating but exhausting, and a club with postseason ambitions needs to produce more offense early.
The Milwaukee Brewers are doing their darndest to make sure Miller Park doesn't turn into Wrigley Field North again this year. Now we'll see if it makes any difference, with the Chicago Cubs in town for a four-game series.
Milwaukee and Chicago are taking their rivalry to the next level - and in a new way - this year. Brewers and Cubs wives and girlfriends will play against each other in a charity softball game on June 12 at Helfaer Field next to Miller Park, senior director of community relations Katina Shaw said.
The Milwaukee Brewers have announced their 2018 spring training schedule, which begins Feb. 23 at Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix. It consists of 33 games and concludes in Houston against the defending World Series-champion Astros on March 26-27.
With a win on Thursday that kept their playoff hopes alive heading into the season's last weekend, the Brewers concluded the home portion of their schedule. And, for the young and rebuilding club, it was a surprisingly successful year not only on the field, but also in the stands and at the gate.
The Brewers return to Miller Park and continue their push for the playoffs as they begin the final regular-season homestand of 2017, starting with four games against the Cubs. Then Milwaukee closes out its home schedule with three games against the Reds. Here are the homestand highlights.
The upcoming homestand at Miller Park from Sept. 21 to 28 includes three game time changes from the original schedule for the Brewers-Cubs series, all of which were previously announced.
The Brewers on Tuesday announced their 2018 regular-season schedule, which begins March 29 at San Diego. It will be the first time they've started the season on the road since 2011. Milwaukee's home opener next year is set for April 2 against the Cardinals.
"You can't predict baseball" is an old truism that conveys the variable, seemingly random nature of the game, and its veracity was evident this weekend during Milwaukee's surprising series sweep down in Chicago. As the upstart Brewers push for the playoffs, here are five things to watch.
Brewers catcher Stephen Vogt will be out at least a month with a left knee sprain that resulted from a brutal collision at home plate in last night's game in Pittsburgh. The collision was a tough blow not only for Vogt and the Brewers, but also for MLB.