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  1. Melvin mulling Roenicke's status as manager
    Brewers general manager Doug Melvin made the local sports radio rounds on Tuesday to explain why he will wait at least a week to make decisions about the status of manager Ron Roenicke and his coaching staff.
  2. After late-season stumble, Brewers look for fixes for '15
    When the Brewers limped into the All-Star break with a 2-11 stretch, general manager Doug Melvin gathered his baseball men for a debate. Were the Brewers a good team that stumbled to the break with a bad two weeks? Or were they not as good as their early-season record seemed to indicate?
  3. Brewers' finish doesn't match strong start
    The cliché is uttered in every clubhouse, every season, usually with a healthy dose of hope: It's not how you start, it's how you finish. There are many more original ways to describe the Milwaukee Brewers' 2014 season, but none would come close to matching the accuracy of that old adage.
  4. Voting underway to decide Hank Aaron Awards
    Voting is underway through Sunday exclusively at MLB.com to help decide the 16th annual winners of the Hank Aaron Award, given by "The Hammer" himself during the upcoming 110th World Series to the outstanding offensive performer in each league.
  5. Weeks wraps up time with Brewers on bench
    Rickie Weeks' 10-year tenure with the Brewers ended quietly Sunday, with the former All-Star second baseman remaining on the bench for all nine innings of the Brewers' season-ending loss to the Cubs.
  6. Blame for Brewers' collapse might fall on Roenicke
    It is not Ron Roenicke's fault that the Brewers went 9-22 in their last 31 games of this season. But when blamed is placed, the manager is often the first in line.
  7. Disappointing season ends with loss to Cubs
    A 5-2 loss to the Cubs in Sunday's season finale gave the Brewers 22 losses in their final 31 games, and launched what could be Milwaukee's most compelling offseason in memory.
  8. Brewers pleased with season attendance
    The Brewers' sensational April did not propel them to the postseason as they had hoped, but it did help at the box office.
  9. Braun optimistic procedure will fix thumb issue
    After months of mulling their options, Ryan Braun and the Brewers have settled on a surgical procedure to address the nerve issue that has contributed to his drop in production over the past two seasons.
  10. Lucroy sets season mark for doubles as catcher
    Jonathan Lucroy's run-scoring two-bagger snapped a fifth-inning tie with the Cubs on Saturday and gave Lucroy 53 doubles this season, tying the Brewers' record, including 46 doubles this season while playing catcher, breaking the Major League mark he'd shared with Ivan Rodriguez since Sept. 18.
  11. Brewers top Cubs to secure winning season
    Victory No. 82 for the Brewers came at the Cubs' expense on Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd at Miller Park, where Carlos Gomez broke a three-way tie with his team-best 23rd home run and Wily Peralta set a career high with 13 strikeouts in a 2-1 win decided by Jonathan Lucroy's record-setting RBI double.
  12. Attanasio vows to fix what's wrong with Brewers
    Vowing a top-down review of the entire organization, Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio on Saturday expressed extreme displeasure about his team's collapse, and he vowed to find answers for it.
  13. Brewers sticking with GM, to evaluate coaches
    Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio said Saturday that general manager Doug Melvin's job was safe, but he could not offer the same assurance to Ron Roenicke or his coaches.
  14. Brewers' bats unable to pick up Nelson
    Rookie Jimmy Nelson allowed five runs over 4 1/3 innings and the offense struggled with runners in scoring position in the Brewers' 6-4 loss to the Cubs on Friday night at Miller Park.
  15. Braun reaches on HBP after call overturned
    Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun had to wait out a review before taking first base on his sixth hit by pitch this season during Friday night's game against the Cubs.
  16. Selig has been No. 1 for Milwaukee
    Commissioner Allan H. "Bud" Selig said that he was made speechless by the honor. So you knew that this was truly an historic occasion. The Milwaukee Brewers announced Friday that they would retire uniform No. 1 in Selig's honor at a ceremony next season.
  17. With Brewers eliminated, Garza shut down
    After the Brewers were formally eliminated from postseason contention with Thursday's loss to the Reds, team officials decided it was wise for Matt Garza to call it a season.
  18. Brewers to honor Selig by retiring uniform No. 1
    The Brewers are retiring uniform No. 1 next season to honor their founder, Allan H. "Bud" Selig, the man who brought big league baseball back to Milwaukee in 1970 and later rose to the top of the game as the ninth Commissioner of Major League Baseball.
  19. Brewers' playoff hopes end with loss in Cincinnati
    Some shaky defense proved costly as the Brewers were eliminated from postseason contention with Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Reds at Great American Ball Park.
  20. Second-half woes cost Brewers shot at playoffs
    The Brewers' increasingly likely fate became an assured one on Thursday, when a 5-3 loss to the Reds eliminated Milwaukee from postseason contention.