Brewers Gold Glove center fielder Lorenzo Cain announced today that he will opt out of the remaining 2020 baseball season due to concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Forget the snowballs and start thinking baseball: Brewers On Deck Fan Fest returns to the Wisconsin Center on Sunday, Jan. 26! For anyone headed Downtown to the sold-out event, here is everything to know ahead of Sunday's festivities.
Earlier this week, USA Today's Jesse Yomtov asked, "Is everyone sleeping on the Brewers?" They are - and maybe they should be considering their struggles. But there's good news as well.
The baseball season is officially over - which means it's now awards season! Now that we've recovered from the Crew's Game 7 exit, we can hand out several honors for those who made 2018 one of the most electrifying campaigns in franchise history.
Only four games remain on the regular season calendar, but an even bigger test awaits in October. As MVP frontrunner Christian Yelich said when he penned his Players Tribune article on Wednesday: "LET'S GOOOOOOOOOO!"
Vegas still doesn't believe in Lorenzo Cain, as he currently is outside the top-seven in NL MVP odds, according to Bovada. That is a mistake. Not only should Cain be receiving votes, he should be the top contender for the award.
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.
Besides the excitement of watching a team in a playoff race battle its divisional rivals, the Brewers are giving fans plenty of other reasons to come out to Miller Park this week, including giveaways like a performance T-shirt, brewmaster shirt and Lorenzo Cain bobblehead.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has released three new officially licensed Brewers bobbleheads: All-Star outfielders Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich and three of their mascots together, Bernie, Barrelman and Hank the dog.
The Brewers host the Cardinals and Royals at Miller Park from June 21-27. Highlights of the homestand include Pride Night, as well as a pair of giveaways: a short-sleeve Brewers T-shirt on Friday June 22 and a Ryan Braun and Orlando Arcia gauntlet bobblehead on Sunday, June 24.
The first MLB All-Star ballot update was released Monday, and it's a true testament to just how much a collective team effort this impressive Brewers season has been so far - or a harbinger of an impending regression, or reflection of lagging fan support - that they had just two names on the list.
Jared Carrabis, Barstool Sports MLB writer, has never rooted for anyone besides the Red Sox, but this season he's chosen the Brewers as his favorite NL team. We talked to Carrabis about why he likes the Brew Crew, expectations and the origin story of Travis Shaw's "Mayor of Ding Dong City" nickname.
After a brief absence, the Milwaukee Brewers are excited to announce the return of the official first sign of spring - the Arctic Tailgate at Miller Park. The event marks the first opportunity for fans to purchase single-game tickets for the 2018 season.
Jimmy Carlton and Matt Mueller discuss the Bucks' firing of Jason Kidd and replacement coach Joe Prunty, the team's recent strong play and Jabari Parker's return. Then, they talk about the Brewers' surprise acquisitions of Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain, the club's crowded outfield and newly raised expectations.
The Brewers on Wednesday announced their complete promotional schedule for the upcoming season, and it's jam-packed with something for everyone. The 2018 calendar features an expanded lineup with 16 theme nights, 20 giveaways and more season-long events.