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  1. Even early, Crew's finale win a big statement
    Yes, inescapably, each of the 162 games counts the same. But no matter what anybody tells you, Game No. 15 looked a lot like the biggest game of the season so far for the 2014 Brewers.
  2. Peralta's prowess gets Crew back on track
    A three-run fifth inning was more than enough for Wily Peralta as the Brewers took the finale.
  3. Brewers head to Pittsburgh, turn to Gallardo in opener
    Mere days after the Brewers finished a three-game sweep of the Pirates at Miller Park, the Pirates get a chance for payback. The teams will meet again for a four game series beginning Thursday, this time on Pittsburgh's turf at PNC Park.
  4. Reynolds' slick glove a nice surprise for Crew
    The Brewers knew they were getting a big bat when they signed Mark Reynolds to play first base, but it turns out they also made a significant upgrade in the field.
  5. Brewers still waiting for Weeks to bust out
    Rickie Weeks has struggled mightily thus far this season as part of a platoon, and the Brewers hope he'll soon get some hits to fall.
  6. Gorzelanny back on course with rehab
    After taking a week-long break from throwing to rest his surgically repaired left shoulder, Brewers reliever Tom Gorzelanny is back on track in his rehabilitation, manager Ron Roenicke said Wednesday.
  7. Red-hot Cardinals further cool off Brewers
    Stifled by a St. Louis starter for the second straight night, the previously surging Brewers fell meekly, 6-1, at Miller Park on Tuesday. It was the Brewers' 25th loss in 36 games against the Cardinals over the past three regular seasons.
  8. Gomez reflects on Jackie's effect beyond US
    Dominican-born Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez said donning a uniform affixed with No. 42 on Tuesday night meant just as much to him as to his African-American teammates.
  9. Roenicke OK with Crew's aggression at plate
    Only the Baltimore Orioles swung more and walked less entering Tuesday's games than the Brewers, whose free-swinging ways are garnering some national attention, but manager Ron Roenicke insists no one should be surprised.
  10. Rookie's rise gives Brewers scouts butterflies
    Brewers Rule 5 Draft pick Wei-Chung Wang officially made the unprecedented jump from the rookie leagues to the big leagues on Monday night, and the Brewers scouts who helped select him were watching.
  11. Upstart Brewers meet Cardinals at the top
    It may be that the 2014 Milwaukee Brewers are considerably better than many people thought. But the Brewers' problem is that the 2014 St. Louis Cardinals could be every bit as good as many people thought.
  12. Cards keep Crew from double-digit win streak
    The Brewers' chief rivals struck again Monday night, when Lance Lynn pitched seven scoreless, strikeout-filled innings and Jon Jay hit a three-run home run that sealed a 4-0 Cardinals victory and ended Milwaukee's unbeaten streak at nine games.
  13. Anne in the Stands: How do I love thee?
    Dear Milwaukee Brewers (aka the winningest team in baseball, winners of nine straight games before April 14), how do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
  14. After getting paycheck, Wang makes debut
    Left-hander Wei-Chung Wang received his first Major League paycheck on Monday afternoon, and then the Brewers made him earn it. Hours later, with the Brewers trailing the Cardinals by four runs in the ninth inning, he made his long-awaited big league debut.
  15. Davis among Crew's absences vs. righty Lynn
    Slugging left fielder Khris Davis was out of the Brewers starting lineup Monday for a second straight day. Manager Ron Roenicke said it was merely a matter of matchups, with right-hander Lance Lynn on the mound for the Cardinals.
  16. Coulter recognized for offense in Class A
    Former first-round Draft pick Clint Coulter was named player of the week in the Class A Midwest League on Monday after a two-game stretch in which he hit three home runs and drove in eight.
  17. Brewers race right to the top of Power Rankings
    The Brewers entered Monday's series opener against the Cardinals riding a nine-game winning streak, making them the hottest team in the game. At 10-2, they also boast the best record in the Major Leagues. And Milwaukee's 1.80 team ERA is the best in the big leagues.
  18. Impressive pitching makes Brewers the real deal
    The Brewers are off to a nine-game winning streak, and their 1.80 ERA is the best in the big leagues. That's a 0.82 ERA for the bullpen and a 2.22 ERA for the rotation.
  19. Brewers to celebrate Jackie's Day at Miller Park
    Tuesday is Jackie Robinson Day around Major League Baseball, and the Brewers will universally wear No. 42 when they host the St. Louis Cardinals at Miller Park.
  20. Brewers win ninth straight behind dominant Lohse
    Red-hot Milwaukee won for the ninth consecutive time Sunday, sweeping the Pirates out of Miller Park with a 4-1 victory, led by a razor-sharp Kyle Lohse and yet another base hit from Aramis Ramirez with a runner in scoring position.