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3/4/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers’ right-handed pitcher is making good impressions in training camp. Ryan Braun, one of the Brewers’ stars told Williams “You might have the best stuff of any pitcher in camp.” Williams is currently ranked as the Brewers’ No. 7 prospect by Baseball America, and he said it was exciting to be noticed by a player with Braun’s talent. Spring training games open this week. The Brewers’ home games will be held in Maryvale Stadium in Phoenix, AZ. Get your tickets for all of these upcoming matchups. Friday (3/6), it’s the Los Angeles Dodgers, then on Saturday the Brewers host the Texas Rangers. Monday (3/9), you have a chance to catch the Kansas City Royals play the Brewers. The next day, Tuesday (3/10) the Cincinnati Reds get their chance to face the Brewers.
2/13/15 - Milwaukee Brewers fans have 15 different preseason home games to look forward to leading into the 2015 MLB season. Additionally, if that is not enough to get you excited, there are another 15 away games for you to follow. It all starts on March 4th against the UW-Milwaukee Panthers. You can attend the very first Brewers game since 2014 for as little as $3. True fans, however, will not want to miss the actual season home opener against the Colorado Rockies on April 6th. That game marks the beginning of a long season full of action and excitement that is sure to see the Brewers to some great achievements. Tickets for the opening game start at $65. Also be sure to check out the catchers and pitchers report on Feb. 20th.
9/24/14 - Theoretically the Milwaukee Brewers still have a shot at a wild-card berth in the National League race, five games behind San Francisco – but the Giants’ magic number to clinch a spot in the postseason stands at one. The Brewers have just four games remaining, one on the road in Cincinnati, with the final three games of the regular season back home at Miller Park. Matt Garza, Wily Peralta, and Mike Fiers are the projected starters for the weekend series against the Chicago Cubs; of note, Peralta will be trying for his 17th win of the season.
9/16/14 - It ain’t over yet. The Milwaukee Brewers, in third place in the National League Central five games back of St. Louis, who looks more and more like the divisional champion this year, still have a shot at a National League wild-card slot. The Brewers are a game and a half out of the second wild-card position currently held by division rival Pittsburgh; however, if the Brewers are going to advance to the postseason, they’ll have to get it done on the road, as they have just three games remaining at Miller Park – the season-ending series against the Chicago Cubs; the remainder of their games are part of the current road swing which got started in St. Louis on Tuesday, which the Brewers won in extra innings.
9/10/14 - Thirteen losses in 14 games. That’s the streak the Milwaukee Brewers find themselves mired in, nine games into the September stretch. After spending most of the season leading the National League Central, the Brewers find themselves in third place at the moment, looking up at not only St. Louis, who are threatening to run away with the division down the stretch; but also are a game and a half behind Pittsburgh in the division. The lone Brewer win in this stretch was a 6-2 win over the Cardinals at Miller Park in Milwaukee, in which Brewers rookie Mike Fiers outdueled pennant-chase veteran John Lackey. The Brewers are hoping to pick up some ground with the remainder of their current series with Miami before taking on Cincinnati at home.
9/3/14 - After spending most of the 2014 season as the hunted, the Milwaukee Brewers find themselves in the position of being the hunters, as St. Louis has slipped past the Brewers and start the September stretch run 2 ½ games in front in the National League Central. Part of the reason: a seven game losing streak, and winning just twice in the last 12 games – including starting September with losses to the last place Chicago Cubs. The Brewers still have some time to right the ship, as they still have seven games remaining this month against the Cardinals, four of which are part of an 11-game homestand which starts this weekend. The Brewers will play all but four of this month’s games against Central rivals.
8/27/14 - It is looking more and more like the Milwaukee Brewers are headed to their first postseason, which would also be the last time the team won the Central Division, back in 2011. The Brewers have managed to keep just in front of their closest competitors, with qa 13-10 record in the month of August keeping them two games in front of current second-place squad St. Louis. As the September stretch run approaches, the Brewers will settle in to face their Central rivals for all but one four-game set next month, when they host Miami to start the second week of the month. The Brewers are getting the job done even though of the three division leaders, they have the smallest positive run differential of plus-38 (Washington is plus-105, while the Los Angeles Dodgers are plus-53).
8/20/14 - If anyone hasn’t considered this thought before now, it’s time to: The Milwaukee Brewers are for real. Going into Wednesday’s action, the Brewers – along with East leaders Washington and West leaders, the Los Angeles Dodgers – had 71 wins, and were tied with the much more highly-touted Dodgers for the second-best record in the National League. And while it looked for a brief time around the All-Star Game that the Brewers might begin to fade into the background as rivals Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and St. Louis were threatening to turn the Central into the biggest horse race of any division in MLB; since the break, two of the others, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, have fallen back, and only St. Louis is giving the Brewers any sign of a challenge.
8/14/14 - It’s gotta be frustrating for St. Louis and Pittsburgh, the two teams behind the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Central standings – no matter how hard they try, they can’t seem to reel in the Brewers, who are currently 2 ½ games up in first place, a position they’ve held for most of the 2014 season, a development which has fans of the Brewers thinking about their first postseason berth since 2011, when they defeated Arizona but fell to their division rivals from St. Louis in the NL Championship Series. The Brewers are 6-4 in their last 10 games, most recently including a split with the Chicago Cubs; however, a pitching nightmare awaits the Brew Crew in this weekend’s series with the Los Angeles Dodgers, as the team is tentatively set to face Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw, and Dan Haren – all of whom have 10 wins or more this season.
7/30/14 - Those Milwaukee Brewers just keep on keepin’ on, holding on to first place in the National League Central over St. Louis and Pittsburgh (and until recently, Cincinnati). Despite a middling 7-6 record post-All Star break, the Brewers are doing just enough to stay at the top as the biggest surprise team of the National League in 2014. Starting pitcher Wily Peralta has been a consistent presence during this period, winning both his starts to move to 12-6 for the season, tops on the Brewers’ staff for wins. Kyle Lohse has also won twice, increasing his record to 11-4 with 107 strikeouts and a 3.07 ERA (leading the team in both stats). However, this weekend the Brewers face off against St. Louis on the road, then the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco at home, a key stretch against strong contending squads.
7/23/14 - With the National League Central Division race tightening up to include four teams, it’s still the Milwaukee Brewers’ division for the moment. Coming out of the All-Star break, the Brewers could take just one of three from East leading Washington, but then came a return home to Miller Park, where the Brew Crew swept the once-resurgent Cincinnati Reds in a three-game set. The middle of the three games against the Reds saw All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy as the hero, with his second longball of the night providing the walk-off finish. The next day, it would be Mark Reynolds who would leave the yard twice, leading the Brewers to a 5-1 victory over their Central rivals.
7/16/14 - Maybe there’s something to their new mascot – Hank the Dog, acquired during Spring Training – after all. At last year’s All-Star break, the Milwaukee Brewers were dead last in the National League Central Division, 38-56 and 19 ½ games out of the division lead. What a difference a year makes, though: This year, coming out of the All-Star break, the Brew Crew are almost exactly the opposite record, at 53-43, a game up on St. Louis and 1 ½ up on resurgent (but injury-bugged) Cincinnati. With the record up, so to is attendance; the Green Bay Press-Gazette notes that Brewers attendance is running well ahead of last year’s dismal season, and may come close to the team record set in 2011.
7/9/14 - Reflecting their outstanding team season so far, the Milwaukee Brewers will be well-represented at the All-Star Game in Minneapolis this season, with two starters, third baseman Aramis Ramirez and outfielder Carlos Gomez, being elected by the fans at their positions; while catcher Jonathan Lucroy and closer Francisco Rodriguez also gained a nod to the National League’s roster for the Midsummer Classic. Ramirez, Gomez, and Lucroy are all having outstanding seasons at the plate for the NL Central leading Brewers, with Lucroy’s .327 batting average good for third place in the league; while Rodriguez’s 27 saves are tied for tops among the league’s closers.
7/3/14 – The Milwaukee Brewers are looking to snap out of an uncharacteristic three game slump that saw one loss to the ailing Rockies and a two-game sweep at the hands of the Blue Jays. Not to worry Brew Crew faithful, your Milwaukee squad still owns the widest division gap in the majors, soaring 5.5 games ahead of their closest contestants, the Cardinals. Score Milwaukee Brewers tickets for their first of three games against the Cincinnati Reds, tomorrow night for a July 4 extravaganza! What better fireworks show to catch than the Great American Ballpark’s Independence Day spectacular? Get-in this Friday at 7pm for a mere $11 in the Left Field bleachers.
6/19/14 - How are the Milwaukee Brewers managing to keep the rest of the National League Central Division at bay? Pitching. Lots and lots of pitching. While the Brewers are in the top ten in the majors in several important offensive categories (runs scored, batting average, slugging percentage), their starting pitching is keeping them in games. At this point, the Brewers are second overall in Major League Baseball in quality starts (where a starting pitcher throws at least six innings allowing three runs or less), sixth in WHIP (walks plus hits divided by innings pitched), ninth in ERA, and 10th in batting average against. The five starters – Wily Peralta, the team leader in ERA and second in wins; Kyle Lohse, team leader in wins and second in strikeouts; Yovani Gallardo; Matt Garza, and Marco Estrada, team leader in strikeouts – are keeping opposing hitters in check, which gives the offense a chance to succeed.
6/16/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers remain atop the National League’s Central Division, to the surprise of many baseball pundits, four games ahead of perennial contender St. Louis. While the Brewers used a huge April run to establish dominance of the division, some analysis by Jonathan Judge of the Disciples of Uecker blog dedicated to following the Brewers shows that the advantage Brewers starting pitching established early in the season is, as sabermetricians like to say, regressing to the norm. Judge notes that in April, Brewers starters combined for a 3.01 earned run average, which has risen to 4.08 currrently, but the offense has been sufficient to keep the Brewers in first place in the division.
6/4/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers got one of their offensive key players back, activating third baseman Aramis Ramirez from the disabled list on June 4. Out for more than three weeks with a hamstring strain suffered when fielding a ground ball, the 36 year old Ramirez started as the Brewers’ designated hitter in their interleague contest with the Minnesota Twins. Ramirez had been mired in a slump at the time of his injury, though he had started the season strongly, with 19 runs batted in in April. Ramirez will return with a .252 batting average on 32 hits, including a pair of doubles and six home runs. His replacement at third, Mark Reynolds, has been quite successful – to the tune of a team leading 13 homers – which will leave the National League Central leading Brewers a pleasant dilemma.
5/29/14 - Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo helped his team win back to back games against the visiting Baltimore Orioles – one of which was not in the way one would expect. Gallardo was used as a pinch-hitter with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning for the Brewers, who had tied the game 6-6 in the bottom of the ninth; the Orioles walked the hitter before Gallardo, who ultimately ended up being the winning run when Gallardo drove a double to the base of the center-field wall. As it happened, Gallardo was the scheduled starter the next night, and threw 6 2/3 innings, supported by a Ryan Braun two-run double and a Khris Davis three-run longball, to earn his third win. Gallardo allowed three runs on four hits and struck out five.
5/21/14 - It’s been a tough stretch for the Milwaukee Brewers of late – a four game losing streak (two to the Chicago Cubs, two to the Atlanta Braves); and Opening Day starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo is day to day with a sprained ankle. Third baseman Aramis Ramirez was placed on the 15-day disabled list earlier in the week due to a hamstring issue, and Carlos Gomez is also day to day after suffering flu like symptoms, according to a report from Fox Sports Wisconsin. Gomez has been a big part of the Brewers resurgence this spring, launching nine longballs so far this season and plating 21 runs, both team highs (Ramirez also has 21 RBI). Interestingly enough, no fewer than nine players have driven in 10 or more runs so far this season, and eight of these players are in double figures in runs scored (only Lyle Overbay has failed to score 10 times).
5/12/14 - Maybe Hank the Dog is better for the team surprisingly atop the National League Central than anyone thought. The Milwaukee Brewers have gotten off to a fast start this season – winning nine straight and 10 of their first 12 – and currently stand five games up on second place St. Louis and six games ahead of Cincinnati. However, since the beginning of May, the Brew Crew have gone just 4-6, including dropping three of four to the Reds, and two of three to Arizona. Much of the driving force has come from center fielder Carlos Gomez, who is hitting .292 while leading the team in homers (9) and runs batted in (21). Mark Reynolds has smacked eight longballs, while Ryan Braun has six homers in just 88 at bats. Kyle Lohse has been the strong starting pitcher on this staff, currently 4-1 with a 2.75 ERA and 44 strikeouts.
5/5/14 - Manager Ron Roenicke and his Milwaukee Brewers have maintained first place in both the NL Central and the majors. Despite their stellar 21-11 record, the Brewers tripped up against fellow division opponents, the Cincinnati Reds, losing three of four games last week. The squad is experiencing more setbacks, having sent Ryan Braun to the 15-day DL, and now, Matt Garza is day-to-day with a bruised right thumb. Milwaukee returns home this week to host the Arizona Diamondbacks, followed by the New York Yankees this weekend. Milwaukee Brewers tickets are steal when they face the D-backs: get-in for a mere $6-8 tonight through Wednesday (5/7-5/7).
4/29/14 - We're almost one month into the season and the Milwaukee Brewers still own a major league-best 19-7 record. Unfortunately, though the Brewers are winning games, they're losing players in the process. Ryan Braun is considered day-to-day after suffering a strained oblique muscle on Saturday; before exiting, Braun struck shortstop Jean Segura in the face while warming up to bat, and later, third baseman Aramis Ramirez left in the seventh inning after getting hit by a pitch (elbow contusion). Manager Ron Roenicke noted that none of the newly injured players are hurt enough to be placed on the DL, so expect them back in the lineup after a few games. The Brewers will be on the road, pitted against the St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds, this week. Cheap Milwaukee Brewers tickets are plentiful for their upcoming series: get-in for $1 on 4/29 and 4/30 (vs. Cardinals) and $3 on 5/2 and 5/4 (vs. Reds).
4/21/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers have extended their National League supremacy by pulling two games ahead of their closest competitors, the Dodgers and Braves. The Brewers nearly swept their recent opponents, the Pittsburgh Pirates in their own home, winning three of four games and giving the audience quite a show on Sunday. Days of tension between the squads erupted in yesterday's huge bench-clearing brawl, which saw Carlos Gomez ejected for instigating the 3rd inning fight. Ryan Braun quieted the opposition when he sent the game into extra innings, and Khris Davis eventually put a cork in it with a go-ahead 14th inning homer. Milwaukee is now returned home to take on the San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs; the cheapest Milwaukee Brewers tickets at Miller Park fall on Tuesday and Wednesday—just $5 to start against the Padres.
4/15/14- The Milwaukee Brewers are having a remarkable start to the season, achieving a 10-3 record for 1st place in both their division and in the majors after two weeks of baseball. The Brewers executed nine consecutive wins (their best start since 1987), kicking it all off with a series sweep Boston and ending it with yesterday's loss to St Louis. Today, the Brewers will try to regain their tremendous momentum over the Cardinals at Miller Park, before hitting the road for a four-game series against the Pirates, starting Thursday. Despite their stellar start, cheap Milwaukee Brewers tickets are readily available: pay just $7 on Tuesday (vs. St Louis), and $4 on Thursday and Sunday (at Pittsburgh).
4/8/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers may have stumbled in their opening series, but now the squad is getting hot! After winning their season opener, the Brewers dropped two to Atlanta via bullpen breakdowns, but bounced right back to sweep the Boston Red Sox and spoil their home opener. Unluckily, Ryan Braun is having the same thumb issues he experienced early last year and sat out Saturday—the slugger is against having what would be a time-consuming surgery and is back in the lineup. Today they'll start three games against the Phillies in Philadelphia after yesterday's match was rained-out, and the cheapest ticket of this series is $22 on 4/10. You can catch Milwaukee back in Miller Park this weekend. See them take on the Pittsburgh Pirates from 4/11-4/13 for as low as $9 on Friday!
4/1/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers kicked off regular season play in a big way on Monday. Not only did the team shutout the Atlanta Braves, 2-0, but Brewers fans welcomed Ryan Braun with a standing ovation in his first day back from PED suspension. See if the Brewers can ride this momentum through the series with two more wins over the Braves. Milwaukee Brewers tickets are still available for tonight's game (starting at $25), or wait until Wednesday and pay $5 to get-in. Next up, the Brewers will be on the road for a series against tough opponents, the Boston Red Sox, starting this Friday at Fenway Park (tickets start at a steep $135).
3/25/14 - The Brewers have just three Cactus League games left! Milwaukee Brewers tickets are still available this Wednesday against the Indians (get-in for $19) and this Thursday against the Reds (get-in for $26). After that, it's goodbye Spring Training, hello Opening Day! The Brew Crew will host the Atlanta Braves next Monday (3/31) to kick off the season, and the cheapest tickets are $34 in Terrace Reserve. Milwaukee recently added veterans Mark Reynolds and Lyle Overbay to the 25-man roster, valuing their experience and presence in the locker room. This means it's the end of the line for Juan Francisco, who while better offensively this spring, lacked the consistency Overbay exhibits on defense.
3/18/14 - In a bit of cruel irony, Francisco Rodriguez was limping noticeably in his Spring Training debut last Thursday, after having stepped bare-foot on a cactus outside of his Arizona home. K-Rod is still pulling spines out, but his swollen foot hasn't barred participation in workouts or his scheduled games. With less than two weeks remaining until Opening Day, the Milwaukee Brewers are cutting down their roster and gearing up for their first regular season game of the year: March 31 against the Atlanta Braves. A ticket for Opening Day at Miller Park will set you back $117, but you can still score cheap Milwaukee Brewers tickets if you catch them in Phoenix before the end of Spring Training!
3/10/14 - Although the Milwaukee Brewers lost both of their split-squad games on Sunday, the squad has a chance to bounce back when they take on the Padres this Thursday, a game that will feature Francisco Rodriguez's first start of spring. Last week, the relief pitcher acquired his long-awaited work visa and flew out of the troubling situation in Venezuela with his family. This week at Maryvale Stadium, Milwaukee Brewers tickets start at $46 on Friday against the Diamondbacks and drop down to $14 to get-in this Saturday against the Reds.
3/3/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers kicked off Spring Training last Wednesday with a resounding victory over Oakland (11-3). The game was one of redemption for returned player Ryan Braun, who hit a massive homerun in his first at-bat since suspension—certainly one of the highlights of Week 1. The Brewers have a commendable 3-2 record, with their two losses coming against San Francisco and Arizona. Though the Brewers came out unscathed, Matt Garza had a rough first game with the organization during yesterday's game against Colorado, giving up 4 runs in the first inning. Three of Milwaukee's four games for Week 2 offer an $11 get-in price (3/5 vs. Oakland, 3/6 vs. Colorado, 3/7 vs. San Diego) except for Saturday's game against the Kansas City Royals, which has a $26 get-in price.
2/25/14 - At $26 on average, Milwaukee Brewers tickets have one of the lowest spring training prices in the league, but that may soon change! The Brewers have been getting mounds of publicity lately for the newest addition to their clubhouse: "Hank" named for Hank Aaron, is a stray dog who wandered onto the training complex and has since become the team's unofficial mascot (#BallParkPup). The players reportedly want the dog on the roster to travel with the team, while GM Doug Melvin would like him in the management office—either way, get ready to see Hank in Wisconsin this year as he's already become a fan-favorite.
2/11/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers may have been quiet in early winter, but with spring around the corner, the organization made up for their low-key offseason. The Brewers signed some noteworthy additions: Mark Reynolds and Lyle Overbay (first base possibilities), and most markedly, Matt Garza. The 30-year old pitcher was dealt a 4-year, $50 million contract that gives their starting rotation a much-needed jolt. See this improved lineup take on their first Spring Training opponent, the Los Angeles Dodgers on 3/1 for $36 in Phoenix!
1/29/14 - The Milwaukee Brewers were having quite a low-key offseason, up until last Sunday. The Brewers signed one of the biggest names on the free agent market: right-hander Matt Garza agreed to a four-year $50 million deal, and you can catch a glimpse of this new talent during Spring Training. Get Milwaukee Brewers tickets and see them rise up this year!
The Milwaukee Brewers are looking to overhaul both their roster and farm system this year, especially after last season’s disappointing 74-88 record has left them hungry for a rebound. The Brewers’ biggest move of this offseason came when they signed former Chicago Cubs pitcher Matt Garza to a $50 million four-year contract, a major steal off of the free agent market. Because of their weak farm system, Milwaukee is reportedly trying to bag an impact player from the remaining market to fill out the rest of their infield.
The Brewers still have hard-hitter Carlos Gomes and Jean Segura, and now, Ryan Braun will make his anticipated return. Braun will be back in action this season, following his 65-game suspension for violating the MLB’s anti-drug policy. Hopefully he’ll be back to his 2011 NL MVP ways when he takes the outfield this year! The Brewers finished their worst record in nearly a decade, but with all this talent in the park, there’s nowhere to go but up!
For certain, these aren't the "Harvey's Wallbangers" of your father's era. But the Milwaukee Brewers do have a lot of offensive punch. Despite finishing third in the National League's very competitive Central Division. the Brew Crew finished third leaguewide last season in both runs scored and team slugging percentage. In the middle of all this power is 2011 Most Valuable Player Ryan Braun. In 2012, Braun posted a statistical "slash line" of a .319 batting average/.391 on-base percentage/.595 slugging percentage, for a total OPS (on-base plus slugging) of .987, tops in the NL; in addition, Braun also posted Triple Crown (batting average, home runs, runs batted in) numbers at or near league tops -- third in batting average, first in homers, second in RBI. Also adding significant punch was Corey Hart (30 HR) and Aramis Ramirez (27 HR). A favorable discovery for the Brewers was Japanese import Norichika Aoki, who was brought in as a backup plan if a suspension of Braun for performance-enhancing drugs was upheld, then won a starting spot in right field due to injuries. Brewers pitching proved to be their undoing, as only Yovani Gallardo finished the season in a Brewer uniform and had a winning record while qualifying for the earned-run title. The closing duo of setup man Francisco Rodriguez and closer John Axford proved to be quite effective, If manager Ron Roenicke can find some effective starting pitching in Spring Training, then Brewer Nation will definitely have something to look forward to in 2013.
Good news for Brewers fans — you can buy Milwaukee Brewers tickets and still have some change left for a brew. Brewers baseball tickets are second cheapest in MLB; the only cheaper MLB ticket belongs to the Colorado Rockies, who the Brewers will face on Opening Day. Opening Day tickets are averaging three-times the cost of other regular season Brewers games at $128 a seat. Wait just a day, and you can get Rockies Brewers tickets for an average of $21 and a get-in price of $4. It isn't much more to see the Brewers on the road — the average Brewers ticket to an away game is just $10 more than a Miller Park ticket at $58.