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  1. Peralta goes six strong vs. Indians, Braun stays hot
    Jason Kipnis homered and Ryan Braun drove in two runs as the Indians beat the Brewers, 3-2, on Saturday afternoon at Maryvale Baseball Park.
  2. Brewers believe in contender status for 2015
    Which Milwaukee team in 2014 was the real deal; the long-term contender or the club that faded down the stretch? The organization analyzed the season and came to the conclusion that the real Brewers were the 150-days-in-first bunch.
  3. Last Call: Brewers' best friend Hank makes spring debut
    Hank the Dog made his first appearance of Spring Training on Saturday at Maryvale Baseball Park, where the adopted pooch took part in an adopt-a-pet event and fundraiser for the Arizona Humane Society.
  4. 'Tough decisions' near for Brewers in setting roster
    The Brewers have some difficult choices to make over the next week as they determine who will fill the final spots on the bench and in the bullpen.
  5. 'Total package': Arcia impresses in short spring stint
    The Brewers caught a glimpse of the future on Friday night, as top prospect Orlando Arcia showed off his improving skills over three eventful innings in a Cactus League game against the Reds.
  6. Brewers to get Lucroy more spring work at first base
    The Brewers hope to get a look at Jonathan Lucroy at first base at least twice over the final eight games of Spring Training, manager Ron Roenicke said on Friday.
  7. Gennett, Lucroy go deep in Brewers' win
    The Brewers hit two home runs while Brandon Phillips drove in four runs for the Reds. In the end, it was Milwaukee that prevailed with a 8-6 victory at Goodyear Ballpark.
  8. Roenicke taking time before lining up Fiers, Nelson
    Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said Friday he is still deciding between Mike Fiers and Jimmy Nelson as the club's fourth starter.
  9. Smith can be key piece to Brewers' success
    When Brewers manager Ron Roenicke looks at the clubs in the National League Central, he sees five above-average starting rotations. Roenicke said Friday he expects most division games to be close, which places more importance on the bullpen. If that's indeed the case, reliever Will Smith figures to be a key piece in the Brewers' success this season.
  10. Schafer lends support to Hooten Foundation
    Moved by a father's effort to educate youth about the dangers of performance-enhancing drugs in the memory of his late son, Brewers outfielder Logan Schafer accepted an invitation to serve on the Taylor Hooten Foundation's advisory board.
  11. Last call: Brewers still fighting spread of pinkeye
    Last Call is a spot for all the notes and anecdotes from Brewers camp that didn't find a home elsewhere on the site. Today: Seeing pink.
  12. Gantner, Thomas bring special bond to Brewers camp
    The appearance of No. 17 in Brewers camp earlier this week signaled the annual arrival of Jim Gantner, the beloved former second baseman who remains the only man to wear that number since his retirement in 1992.
  13. Brewers have grand day against Mariners
    Brewers left fielder Khris Davis made his first Spring Training home run count Thursday, hitting a first-inning grand slam that one-hopped its way clear out of Maryvale Baseball Park in the Brewers' 15-1 victory over the Mariners.
  14. Brewers committed to Nelson in rotation
    Tyler Thornburg and Michael Blazek may be getting better Spring Training results, but right-hander Jimmy Nelson's fifth-starter status is secure, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke suggested Thursday.
  15. Red-hot Sardinas optioned by Brewers
    The Brewers on Thursday optioned infielder Luis Sardinas and outfielder Shane Peterson to that affiliate in the latest round of camp cuts.
  16. Gomez, Braun drive big day for Brewers' bats
    Carlos Gomez hit a leadoff home run and logged RBIs in each of the first three innings as the Brewers knocked around A's Opening Day starter Sonny Gray on Wednesday at Maryvale Baseball Park. The game ended in a 9-9 tie after Oakland rallied for four runs in the ninth.
  17. Last Call: Ninth-inning struggle for Jeffress
    Reliever Jeremy Jeffress was enjoying a solid Spring Training, with a 2.35 ERA and a sparkling .130 opponents' average through his first six Cactus League appearances. He hit a major speed bump on Wednesday against the A's when he squandered a four-run lead in the ninth inning of what became a 9-9 tie.
  18. Miller Park to host Minor League game on June 19
    The Class A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers will face the Beloit Snappers at Miller Park on June 19.
  19. Little-known Blazek could find spot on Brewers
    Michael Blazek had two objectives when he came to his second Spring Training with the Brewers: Throw strikes, and don't try too hard. His success in both areas, particularly during a sharp outing against the D-backs on Tuesday night, has the somewhat anonymous right-hander poised to make his name known in 2015.
  20. Former first-rounder Bradley embraces switch to bullpen
    After three so-so seasons as a starting pitcher, former Brewers first-round Draft pick Jed Bradley is eager to begin a new phase of his career in the bullpen.