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An ode to Geoff Jenkins, who's going into the Brewers Walk of Fame tonight

Published July 24, 2018

The Brewers will honor two of the franchise's best left-handed hitters, Geoff Jenkins and Prince Fielder, and the two longest-tenured general managers in team history, Doug Melvin and the late Harry Dalton, with a special pregame ceremony at Miller Park before tonight's game.


Brewers deal Gallardo to Rangers

Published Jan. 19, 2015

The Milwaukee Brewers have traded All-Star pitcher Yovani Gallardo to the Texas Rangers for right-handed minor league pitchers Corey Knebel and Marcos Diplan and infielder Luis Sardinas. Gallardo was drafted by the Brewers in second round of the 2004 draft and went 89-64 in eight years in Milwaukee.


Building the Brewers: Development can be tough on a player

Published April 30, 2014

In the second installment of's three-part series on how the Brewers were built, we take a look at the mental effect the Brewers' development model has had on some of its players. Everyday jobs aren't easy to come by, and it can take its toll. It's a reason why the Brewers coaches pay special attention to skill development.


Hart's departure signals end of an era

Published Dec. 12, 2013

While Corey Hart isn't truly the last piece that remains of the most successful stretch of Brewers baseball since the early 1980s, his departure does feel like it marks the end of one era of homegrown talent that from 2005 through 2013 went 739-719 with one division championship, two playoff appearances and one trip to the National League Championship.


The Legend of Rickie Weeks

Published June 24, 2013

Rickie Weeks can hit a baseball. Hard. To hear those who know tell it, the way he does it is special. And he's been doing it for as long as he can remember.


Making a Brewers lineup not as easy as it seems

Published May 17, 2013

Penciling in eight batters into a lineup isn't as easy as it seems - a lot more goes into it than just raw numbers. A real manager has to deal with real people in major league lineups and with that comes certain intangibles like health, comfort and confidence.


It's been a bumpy ride

Published Aug. 15, 2012

The funny thing about baseball is its fickle nature. One day you can win by 10 runs, the next, against the very same team, you can get shut out on two hits. It is just how the game is played. Nothing more, nothing less. Unfortunately for us, it is also our baseball reality year in and year out.