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  1. Nelson faces Reds out to improve on previous outing
    Homer Bailey's last start was cut short by injury, but the Reds will have the right-hander at full strength for Tuesday night's tilt with the Brewers at Miller Park. Jimmy Nelson will take the mound for the hosts.
  2. Peralta helps cause with patient at-bat
    Pitcher Wily Peralta helped manufacture a three-run third inning in Monday's 5-2 win thanks to his 10-pitch at-bat against tough Reds starter Mat Latos.
  3. Cincy gaffes help Crew edge ahead in Central
    Milwaukee took advantage of two Cincinnati errors and several other fielding miscues to score five runs over two frames in a 5-2 victory at Miller Park.
  4. Clean, sober and matured, Jeffress back with Crew
    Seeking a second wind, the Brewers will take a second look at a onetime top prospect. The team has purchased from Triple-A Nashville the contract of right-handed reliever Jeremy Jeffress.
  5. Roenicke's string of successful challenges ends
    Ron Roenicke endured a rare losing challenge during Monday's game against the Reds. In the sixth inning, Cincinnati's Skip Schumaker doubled to left field, sliding safely, according to second-base umpire Chris Segal, ahead of Logan Schafer's throw. Upon replay, the ruling on the field stood.
  6. Lara pays first visit to Miller Park
    Gilbert Lara, the 16-year-old shortstop from the Dominican Republic who signed a record-breaking contract earlier this month, visited Miller Park for the first time on Monday and took a round of batting practice.
  7. Miller Park ready for game after restaurant fire
    An overnight kitchen fire at one of the restaurants at Miller Park has left some parts of the ballpark damaged, but the team says "most of the operations and fan accommodations will be back to normal" in time for Monday night's game against the Reds.
  8. Crew ties it late, but Nats best bullpen
    Following a walk-off, 5-4 loss to the Nationals on Sunday, it was time for Brewers fans to go scoreboard watching. Rickie Weeks' RBI single off Nationals closer Rafael Soriano tied the game in the top of the ninth inning, but Jayson Werth's double beat the Brewers.
  9. Twelve teams to receive supplemental '15 Draft picks
    Major League Baseball's version of the Draft lottery doesn't attract nearly as much attention as its NBA and NHL counterparts, mostly because baseball's top picks aren't determined randomly like they are in the other sports. But for 12 big league clubs, the Competitive Balance Lottery will provide them with a valuable extra selection in 2015.
  10. Heads-up Braun takes cue from 'Major League'
    Bob Uecker could have consulted his dog-eared script from 1989's Major League when the Brewers lifted the film's final scene to score their first run against the Washington Nationals on Sunday.
  11. Estrada's quick prep helped spare bullpen
    The Brewers' longest relief outing in more than seven years was preceded by all of six warm-up throws.
  12. Wounded Warriors wrap up trip with Brewers
    After three dream days dressing in the uniform of their favorite team, the Brewers' VIPs returned the favor. The whole team traveled home to Milwaukee on Sunday wearing Wounded Warrior Project polo shirts that were gifted by Shane Kruchten and Brian Schultz, the Marine Corps veterans who joined the team on its weekend trip.
  13. Brewers unable to overcome Garza's short start
    Matt Garza allowed five earned runs on five hits and two walks in just one-third of an inning in Saturday night's 8-3 loss to the Nationals in Washington. Ryan Braun homered late, but it wasn't enough.
  14. Weeks' missing helmet leads to dugout confusion
    Scooter Gennett's stiff leg and Rickie Weeks' missing helmet combined for a confusing moment in the eighth inning of Saturday's 8-3 loss to the Nationals.
  15. Replay confirms out at plate in Nats-Brewers contest
    Second-base umpire Bill Miller issued a crew chief review in the bottom of the first inning of Saturday night's contest between the Nationals and Brewers.
  16. Henderson moves to Triple-A to continue rehab
    Persistent rains at Double-A Huntsville were part of what prompted a promotion to Triple-A Nashville for rehabbing Brewers reliever Jim Henderson, who is "still a little ways away" from rejoining the big league bullpen, according to general manager Doug Melvin.
  17. Smith feeling better after lower back issue
    There was no humorous anecdote behind Brewers reliever Will Smith showing up for work after the All-Star break unable to pitch because of a bad back. He simply woke up on his final day off feeling stiff.
  18. Interference call leads to confusion in Nats-Crew game
    Manager Matt Williams got a call changed in the bottom of the first inning Friday night against the Brewers, but he didn't need replay.
  19. Lohse limits damage to lead Brewers past Nats
    Friday's 4-2 win at Nationals Park marked a good start to the second half. Scooter Gennett and Khris Davis homered -- again -- off Washington ace Stephen Strasburg, and Kyle Lohse practiced damage control over seven innings to match Wily Peralta's team-best 10th victory.
  20. Roenicke gets call at first overturned on challenge
    Brewers manager Ron Roenicke saw his "winning streak" extended to five when he won a replay challenge during Friday's second-half opener against the Nationals.