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  1. Arcia represents Crew on Top 100 Prospects list
    Shortstop Orlando Arcia was the only Milwaukee farmhand to make MLB.com's overall Top 100 Prospects list, unveiled on Friday, coming in at No. 88 overall.
  2. Brewers sign lefty reliever Cotts to 1-year deal
    The Brewers on Friday signed Neal Cotts to a one-year deal, essentially replacing fellow lefty reliever Zack Duke, who was lost to free agency.
  3. Crew remains in market for bullpen help
    After the Brewers finalized a one-year pact with free-agent reliever Neal Cotts on Friday, assistant GM Gord Ash said the team is still seeking at least one more experienced bullpen arm.
  4. Crew releases Spring Training broadcast schedule
    The Brewers unveiled a Spring Training broadcast schedule that covers all but one of their scheduled Cactus League games, including 13 games available exclusively via an MLB.com webcast.
  5. At 36, Lohse feeling on top of his game
    Statistically, Kyle Lohse is in the prime of his career, with four of his best seasons in terms of ERA+ and fielding independent pitching in the past five years. But he is also 36 years old, which explains why Lohse is asked more and more these days about his post-playing career plans.
  6. Winning T-shirt designs unveiled
    The Brewers on Sunday unveiled seven winning T-shirt designs to be distributed during all-fan giveaways at 2015 home games. For the first time, fans decided the winners in an online vote.
  7. Henderson, Thornburg aiming for Opening Day
    Brewers relievers Jim Henderson and Tyler Thornburg, who missed most of last season with arm injuries, each expressed optimism during Sunday's "Brewers On Deck" about being healthy in time for Opening Day.
  8. Braun says 'so far, so good' with right thumb
    More than three months after undergoing a procedure to relieve nerve pain that contributed to the least productive season of his career, Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun was still brimming with optimism on Sunday.
  9. At 'On Deck' event, Brewers owner says roster's not set
    A year after using the event to announce a record-setting contract for Matt Garza, Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio told fans at Sunday's "On Deck" event that the team's 2015 edition is still under construction.
  10. Brewers Spring Madness returns; tickets on sale
    Nothing heralds the arrival of spring like the return of baseball, and Brewers fans once again have the chance to cheer for both as Spring Madness (414) returns to Miller Park.
  11. Novel idea: Nelson tries to solve tale of two seasons
    After a dominant first half of 2014 at Triple-A, followed by a middling stint in the Major Leagues, Brewers right-hander Jimmy Nelson believes his history suggests a breakthrough to come. Following this week's trade of Yovani Gallardo -- at least in part to clear a rotation spot for Nelson -- the Brewers are counting on it.
  12. Brewers add Levering to help with broadcast, new media
    The Brewers have hired Jeff Levering to serve as play-by-play announcer on 620 WTMJ and the Brewers Radio Network for select road games, and to provide content for the team's online, social and new media channels.
  13. Lucroy meets injured war vet in State of the Union trip
    Even if a life in politics isn't going to catch on with Jonathan Lucroy, the once-in-a-lifetime experience of attending the State of the Union, at the invitation of Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson, was something the Brewers catcher obviously wasn't going to turn down.
  14. Willis reportedly agrees to deal with Brewers
    Former All-Star Dontrelle Willis is attempting to make a comeback with the Brewers. The left-hander has agreed to a Minor League deal with an invitation to Major League Spring Training, according to ESPN.com. The club has not confirmed the deal.
  15. Lucroy lauded at State of the Union for charity efforts
    Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy on Tuesday night attended President Barack Obama's State of the Union address as a guest of U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.). Johnson cited Lucroy's charitable efforts, which most notably includes Fisher House in Wisconsin.
  16. Brewers' win-now approach takes hit with Gallardo deal
    It may be true that the Brewers would have had difficulty retaining Yovani Gallardo when he became eligible for free agency after the season. But simply trading him for possible improvement at some point in an indefinite future doesn't necessarily look like the move of a team committed to contending on an annual basis.
  17. Brewers get 3 players from Rangers for Yovani
    The Brewers sent Yovani Gallardo and cash considerations to the Texas Rangers on Monday in exchange for a trio of prospects -- infielder Luis Sardinas, right-handed pitcher Corey Knebel and 18-year-old right-hander Marcos Diplan.
  18. Full slate of Brewers set to attend 'On Deck'
    New Brewers first baseman Adam Lind will make his first Milwaukee appearance on Jan. 25, when he's scheduled to be among nearly 50 players, coaches and alumni taking part in the team's annual "On Deck" event.
  19. Brewers, Maldonado agree to 2-year deal
    The Brewers halved their potential arbitration cases Thursday by agreeing to a two-year, $1.95 million contract with backup catcher Martin Maldonado.
  20. Crew COO: Season-ticket sales up despite quiet offseason
    Despite the Brewers finish last season and few offseason transactions, chief operating officer Rick Schlesinger says the team is running better than 20 percent ahead in season-ticket sales compared to last year at this time.