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The Milwaukee Brewers may be in a bit of a rut on the road this season, but their next trip may just change all that. In recent years, Dodgers Stadium has been a lucky spot to play for the Brewers, who could use a swing in momentum after taking a three-game dive to the Mets earlier this week. This weekend, rookie Junior Guerra will take the starting spot on the mound for Milwaukee, and will face off against LA’s leftie Scott Kazmir. After the four-game series concludes, the Brewers will head to Oakland early next week for three games and then will return home to Miller Park to take on the Nationals starting next Friday, June 24.
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Yesterday’s win over the Atlanta Braves was a much-needed victory for the floundering Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers, who are fourth in the National League Central with a 19-26 record, managed to beat the Braves 2-1 while on the road at Turner Field. It was a close match, with most fans expecting the game to go into extra innings until the top of the eighth. That’s when Milwaukee was able to tack on the winning run. The Brewers will play the Braves two more times before returning home on Friday, May 27 to face the Cincinnati Reds. Tickets to the homecoming game are currently available for purchase starting at just $5.

After a stint of losses early last week, the Milwaukee Brewers regained some ground this weekend against the Reds, beating them 13-7 on Saturday and 5-4 Sunday. Beginning this week’s series against the Marlins, however, it was apparent that there are still kinks to work out. Monday’s game saw Milwaukee hitting just five balls, committing three errors and failing to score eight times with plenty of opportunity. The 1-4 loss was followed by the Brewers rallying with a 10-2 win Tuesday, with the series tiebreaker scheduled for Wednesday (May 11) at Marlins Park. The Milwaukee Brewers will be back on their home field this Friday, May 13, against the Padres. Tickets can be purchased now for only $7.

Much to the delight of fans everywhere, the Milwaukee Brewers managed to snap their three-game losing streak over the weekend! The win came on Sunday against the visiting Philadelphia Phillies, who had been seeking a sweep against the Brewers. Philadelphia won the first two matchups of their three-game series handily, scoring an impressive ten runs in Saturday’s game. On Sunday, however, Milwaukee salvaged the series by scoring two runs in the fourth inning and a whopping six in the sixth inning. The effort was enough to defeat Philadelphia 8-5 and avoid the sweep. Their next series at home kicks off this Friday against the Miami Marlins. Tickets to the game on April 29 are $5 and up.

The Milwaukee Brewers beat Houston 6-1 in an exhibition game on March 31. Jimmy Nelson started on the mound and shut out the Astros during his 5 1/3 innings. He had five strikeouts during his tenure and only allowed two hits. Jonathan Lucroy went 3-3, Ryan Braun had a home run and the team has a whole was able to get a total of 14 hits. The Brewers play the Astros in the second of two exhibition games on April 1. Then they head home to host the Giants for an Opening Day game on April 4. You can still get tickets to Opening Day, with prices starting at $5, to see the action in person.

3/16/16 - The Milwaukee Brewers are getting ready for the new season to start back up, currently fighting through the preseason. They started out extremely strong, winning their first four matchups, but they now have a record of 9-6. You can attend the next preseason game, on March 20th against the Los Angeles Dodgers, for as little as $10. The official season starts on April 4th. The Brewers will have their season opener and home opener against the San Francisco Giants. Tickets are available starting at $38. The Brewers have an advantage by starting the season on their own field, but the Giants are sure to put up a tough fight. Come out and cheer Milwaukee to their first victory.

2015 Season

9/23/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers have had a tough time this season and unfortunately, the month of September hasn’t brought any more good fortune for the team. The Brewers have only won the last two of ten games played and have been on more than a five-game losing streak at a time. Yesterday they started their three-game series against the St. Louis Cardinals who are one of the best teams in the league. The Brewers put up a good fight, but the Cardinals took home the 3-7 win. Things were looking promising for the Brewers when they came out and scored three runs in the first inning. However, the Cardinals put an immediate stop to the scoring train and never let another Brewers player pass home plate the rest of the night.

9/16/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers need to get a win to end their five game losing streak. They have a chance to end it when they play the Cardinals for the third game in a three game series. The Brewers came close in the first game, which went ten innings until the Cardinals had two runs to win the game. The second game may not have gone into extra innings, but it was again close, with a 5-4 final score. The Brewers were behind, but they scored four runs in the fourth inning to get within just one point. However, they were unable to equalize or get ahead. After one last game against the Cardinals in this series, the Brewers host the Reds for three games. Tickets remain available for as little as $3.

9/9/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers are on a roll. Over the past couple weeks, they have been winning twice as many matches as they lose on average. Their record has almost reached the positive, with 62-78, but they still remain fourth for their division. It seems their uphill battle is not over yet. Make no mistake, however, if the Brewers continue on how they have been playing, they will surpass their competition with no trouble at all. Most recently, they won 6-4 on the Pittsburgh Pirates' field, in an intense matchup that lasted 13 innings. Just a few away games remain, then the Brewers will be coming back to Milwaukee on September 15th. Welcome them home as they face the St. Louis Cardinals. Tickets start at just $3.

9/3/15 - Things are starting to look up for the Milwaukee Brewers recently. They have won their last three of four games, one of which is against a top team in the league, the Pittsburgh Pirates. On September 1, the Brewers showed up on their home field pumped up from their previous win against the Cincinnati Reds. It definitely showed as they scored four runs in the first inning and an additional run in the second. They held the Pirates to a goose egg on the scoreboard until the fifth inning. They Brewers happily took home the 7-4 victory and added another win to their record. Watch the Brewers face off against the Pirates again on September 3. Tickets are still available to purchase and start at $5 each.

8/25/15 - After winning two games, the Milwaukee Brewers were unable to build on the momentum and have lost the last three games. In their latest game against the Indians, the Brewers offense had a great game, but it was not supported enough by the pitching. Wily Peralta only lasted 2 2/3 innings, a season low, and while on the mound allowed six hits, four runs, and two walks. The batters box faired much better, with a season-high-tying four homers, two of which were hit by Jonathan Lucroy and the others by Ryan Bruan and Domingo Santana. The Brewers will look to do better when they play the Indians again on the 26th, and then they head home to host the Reds. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at just $5.

8/20/15 - It was a long road back for Ryan Braun, but the Milwaukee Brewers slugger has reclaimed his spot in the lineup and now his position in franchise history as well. The power-hitting right fielder knocked his 252nd home run out of the park on Thursday versus the Marlins, becoming the Brew Crew’s all-time long ball leader. It was no cheapie, either—Braun took the 2-1 pitch from Chris Narveson to the railing of the second deck to set the franchise mark. Milwaukee would go on to win the game 8-7, highlighting the importance of the hit within the game as much as the history books. The Brewers will head to Progressive Field to face the Indians in interleague play starting Tuesday, and you can get your tickets now! Seats start at just $6 each!

8/12/15 - Knowing who’s pitching is a big part of the battle on the base paths for any team, and the Milwaukee Brewers exploited this knowledge on Thursday. With Chicago ace Jon Lester on the mound, the Brew Crew swiped five bags on the day—including four in the third inning alone. Lester, who is notorious for disregarding thieving attempts on the bases, vowed to continue working on holding runners. For Milwaukee’s benefit, it wasn’t enough to spur their offense to a win, as the Cubs came away with a 9-2 victory for the series sweep. Next up for the Brewers is a three-game set against Philly, followed by three versus the Marlins, all at home. Get your tickets for Miami vs. Milwaukee on Monday night starting at $4 each!

8/5/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers are back. Their six-game losing streak is officially over. Just in time for their series of away games, the Brewers took three consecutive wins against the San Diego Padres, even scoring an incredibly 10 runs in their final matchup. If they can keep this momentum up for a couple matchups against the St. Louis Cardinals, they will be in a very good position as they travel to Chicago to play the Cubs. There are still some tickets for the few remaining games before the Brewers hit the road, but they will be back very soon. They will only play three away games, and then return on August 14th to host the Philadelphia Phillies. Tickets for their homecoming game start as low as $7.

7/29/15 - After three losses in a row, the Milwaukee Brewers finally got a win when they beat the Giants in the second game of a three game series. Wily Peralta came back from two months on the injured list to pitch six shut out innings. Gerardo Parra hit a double right off the bat, followed by RBIs by Carlos Gomez and Adam Lind, giving the Brewers an early lead. They increased the lead to five runs before the Giants got on the board, but held them to just two runs. The two teams play once more on the 29 to see who takes the series, and then the Brewers head home to host the Cubs for four games starting on the 30. You can still get tickets to see them play, with prices starting at $5.

7/22/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers had a four game winning streak going after they swept the three game series against the Pirates. They beat the Indians 8-1 in the first of two games. Matt Garza took the win, pitching for six innings for a great first game back from the injured list. Jena Segura snagged three hits, which also included a two-run homer. Gerardo Parra had two triples in the game to help the team secure the victory. However, the Indians were able to get the victory in the second game, breaking the budding winning streak. The Brewers have a chance to start another one when they head to Arizona to play the Diamondbacks, starting on July 23. You can still get tickets to watch the games live, with prices starting at $5.

7/14/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers were playing very well earlier this month, but they have been struggling lately. Their most recent set, against the Los Angeles Dodgers, saw them take two losses. Interestingly, in the match they won, the Brewers were able to score an amazing seven runs. As they return to their own field to host the Pittsburgh Pirates, fans hope the Brewers will be able to build up some momentum and start racking up victories again. They could certainly use some more wins, being in the last position for the NL Central Division. They are just one win from overtaking the Cincinnati Reds, but the rest of the division is starting to distance themselves. With several months remaining in the season, the Brewers still have an opportunity to catch up, but they have their work cut out for them.

7/8/15 - Relief pitcher Francisco Rodriguez will be making the sixth All-Star appearance of his 13-year career next week in Cincinnati, standing as the lone representative from this year’s Milwaukee Brewers squad. The veteran righty from Venezuela has recorded 19 saves in 19 attempts, striking out 37 batters in 32 innings pitched this season. His ERA stands at a diminutive 1.41 through 7/8 and his WHIP is just 0.88, top-25 among non-qualified pitchers in the NL. The Brew Crew had an eight-game winning streak snapped by the Braves this week, but managed to salvage a win in the series with a 6-5 decision on Wednesday. Next up for Milwaukee is a three-game set in Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium. Get your seats for Sunday afternoon starting at just $3!

7/1/15 - Don’t look now, but the Milwaukee Brewers are quietly playing the best ball in the NL Central division. It’s going to take more than six wins in seven attempts, but for now, the Brew Crew can revel in outplaying the entire National League in the span of the last 10 games. Adam Lind carried Milwaukee to their most recent W (their fifth straight), knocking in the deciding run in the top of the 11th inning to take an 8-7 decision over the Phillies. The Brewers will square off with the Reds in Cincinnati this weekend before returning to Miller Park to host the Braves for a three-game series with big implications for NL standings. Tickets are on sale now for Tuesday night in Milwaukee! Claim your seats starting at just $3 each!

6/24/15 - After several losses, the Milwaukee Brewers are finally getting some wins. They won the first of three in the series against the Rockies. They have also came back from behind to beat the Mets in the first game of the current series. The Brewers got on the board first with a run in the first inning. However, the Mets scored in the third and fourth innings. The Brewers were able to tie it up in the sixth. Then, they capitalized on an error by the Mets on Adam Lind's double to bring in the go ahead run in the seventh, winning the game 3-2. The two teams play two more games in this series on the 24th and 25th. You can still get tickets, with prices as low as $2.

6/16/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers showed signs of rallying last week with two wins against the Nationals, then losing the next four for a 24-42 record in the NL Central. In Tuesday’s game against the Royals, Matt Garza gave up six runs and 13 hits, which is a career-high, in six innings. The Brewers Scooter Gennett homered in the ninth, but the Brewers lost 2-7. The Brewers are out on the road until Tuesday (6/23) when they come home to Miller Park to host the New York Mets in three games. With tickets for Wednesday’s (6/24) game starting at $3, you can bring the whole crew for a night of a fun in the stadium. Don’t forget to get your tickets for next weekend’s series against the Twins.

6/11/15 - With two series wins in their last three tries, the Milwaukee Brewers are keeping pace in the NL Central division. They’ll need to string together a few extended winning streaks if they are to pull themselves out of the cellar though, with their season record still sitting at 22-38 overall. The Brew Crew took a 2-0 shutout win to open their most recent series versus Pittsburgh, following it up with a 4-1 victory behind a sterling MLB debut for starting pitcher Taylor Jungmann. Milwaukee will play host for the dangerous Nationals over the weekend and you can secure your seats for each game in the series right now! Tickets for Friday night start at just $7 or you can be a part of the action Saturday afternoon from $12 and up.

6/3/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers picked up two wins after a seven game losing streak, one against the Diamondbacks (6-7), and another against the Cardinals (1-0). Then their game turned around again, and they’re back in a two-game losing streak, unable to keep the Cardinals at bay in the later two games of the series. The Brewers are out on the road, with weekend games against the Twins. Then they travel to Pittsburgh for three games against the Pirates. You’ll want to get your tickets for the next home game at Miller Park on Thursday (6/11), when the Brewers host the Washington Nationals. Tickets start at $3 for this evening game, and there’s plenty of great seats available for all four games in the series that continues until Sunday (6/14).

5/27/15 - With just a single win in their last eight outings, the Milwaukee Brewers are looking for a spark. Their 16-32 record is good for dead last in the majors as of mid-week, although an upcoming series versus the Diamondbacks should provide opportunities to get back on track. Arizona has been suffering similarly as of late, losing three straight and lacking a starting pitcher with a winning record about one-quarter of the way into the season. The Brew Crew came up short in three games versus defending world champion San Francisco at home this week to run their losing skid up to five games, but they hope that Jimmy Nelson (2-5) will have his stuff on the mound Friday as they face the D-Backs and Rubby De La Rosa (4-2). Tickets for Miller Park start at $19 and are on sale now!

5/19/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers may have a long way to go to catch up with the St. Louis Cardinals, but they are only a few wins behind the Pittsburgh Pirates. Things were looking rocky for a little while there, as the Brewers only won one out of three matches in their previous two sets, but they are currently undefeated against the Detroit Tigers. The Brewers even took one win by an impressive seven-point lead. Next, Milwaukee will be playing the Atlanta Braves, and then they will finally be able to rest easy a little bit on their own field. You can come out and support the Brewers at their homecoming on May 25th for as little as $4. This will be their first time playing in Milwaukee in more than a week.

5/12/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers had a three-game winning streak until yesterday’s game against the Chicago White Sox. The Brewers came out with a run in the first, then tied up the game at two-all in the fifth, but then they gave up two runs in the last two innings without earning any for their own team. The White Sox took the game 4-2. The Brewers are out on the road for their next ten games, first traveling to New York to face the Mets. Then, it’s onto Detroit for four games against the Tigers. They fly south to Atlanta before coming back to Miller Park on Monday (5/25) to host the San Francisco Giants in three games. Get the best seats for these games when you get your tickets here starting at $4.

5/5/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers may be having a tough time racking up wins this season, but they have been playing extremely well recently. The Brewers have won four of their last six games, including two out of three in the set against the Chicago Cubs. In fact, the Brewers were able to win with an incredible six point against the Cubs’ one on May 2nd’s matchup. Milwaukee is well on their way to making up for the slow start of the season, currently up to 8-19. After the set against the Chicago Cubs, the Brewers took one more win against the Los Angeles Dodgers, but unfortunately lost in their second meet with a rough 8-2 defeat. Your next chance to catch them live will be May 6th. Tickets start at only $5.

4/28/15 - First baseman Adam Lind hit a two-run home helping the Milwaukee Brewers win their fourth game of the 2015 MLB Season on Sunday against the St. Louis Cardinals. It’s been a disappointing start for the Brewers, who are having the worst start in team history with a 4-16 record. Every other team in the National League has at least seven wins. The Brewers are out on the road until Monday (5/4) when they come home to host the Los Angeles Dodgers in a four-game series. Monday through Wednesday are evening games, so come out after work and relax in the ballpark with a beer and hot dog while enjoying the game. For Monday’s game, get your tickets starting at only $3. Great seats are available for all the upcoming games. You don’t want to miss out.

4/23/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers are in need of a victory after losing their last seven games. They are currently two games into a four game series against the Reds, who have been victorious so far. In the first game, the Reds won 6-1. The Brewers played a stronger game the next night, leading to a final score of 16-10. The game featured seven homers total, three of which were grand slams, which matched a Major League record. Although they may have lost the game, the Brewers did finally score more than six runs in a game, thanks to Elian Herrara's grand slam in the sixth. However, it was not enough to diminish the deficit. The two teams face each other again on the 22nd, with tickets still available starting at $2.

4/16/15 - After a slow start to the season, the Milwaukee Brewers have two wins under their belt. They beat the Pirates 6-0 on Saturday April 11, before losing the final of the three games in the series. They have started out their series against the Cardinals with a 5-4 win on Monday, April 13. The Brewers scored first, with a run in the first and second innings. However, the Cardinals were able to tie up the game in the third and fourth innings. The Brewers scored one run in the sixth to draw ahead. Both teams scored two runs in the seventh inning, but the Brewers remained ahead by one and came away victorious. The teams have two more games in the series on the 15th and 16th. Tickets remain available, with prices as low as $3.

4/6/15 - Opening Day of the 2015 MLB Season left the Milwaukee Brewers upset. The Colorado Rockies came out in the first inning with four runs, picked up two more in the third, and another four in the fourth. The Brewers never caught up, even though they had eight hits. The final score of 10-0 was a disappointing way to open the season. In the second game of the three game series against the Rockies, the Brewers lost again, at 5-2. On Friday (4/10), The Pittsburgh Pirates join the Brewers at Miller Park for a three game series over the weekend. Get your tickets for the evening game on Friday starting at $5. Enjoy a relaxing game of baseball over the weekend with your friends and family. Come out and cheer for the home team.

3/31/15 - As the Cactus League wraps up, the Milwaukee Brewers have an 11-14 record. Their final 2015 game in Maryvale Stadium is on Saturday (4/4), and tickets are available for this game starting at $4. It’s a great way to spend your weekend. Brewers’ fans will be out in droves on Opening Day when the Brewers host the Colorado Rockies for a set of three games starting on Monday and continuing through Wednesday. Monday’s afternoon game has tickets starting at $46. The evening games on Tuesday and Wednesday have tickets starting at $3. It’s been confirmed that Centerfielder Carlos Gomez will open as the leadoff hitter for the Brewers on Monday. Gomez hit .276 with 20 home runs and 50 runs batted in in 2014. He’s a good choice for the leadoff position.

3/26/15 - With a 9-11 record in the Cactus League, the Milwaukee Brewers are wrapping up their spring training. Wednesday’s game against the Oakland Athletics ended up in a draw at 9-9. Carlos Gomez had a home run and made three RBIs for the Brewers. On Saturday (3/28), the Brewers host the Cleveland Indians at Maryvale Stadium. On Tuesday (3/31), it’s another Ohio team, this time the Cincinnati Reds. Tickets start at $6 for this game. In their final home game at spring training, the Brewers host the Cleveland Indians one last time. It’s on Saturday (4/4), and you don’t want to miss your last chance to see the Brewers before they go back to Milwaukee. Get your tickets now to enjoy some great baseball before the spring training season wraps up.

3/17/15 - The Milwaukee Brewers aren’t faring well in the Cactus League. They have a 3-9 record, with a four game losing streak. They haven’t won a game since last Thursday when they played the Colorado Rockies. The Brewers have high hopes to turn their game around as the team comes together for the remainder of spring training. They’re hosting the San Francisco Giants on Thursday (3/19), then they have the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. Tickets are going fast for these games. On Sunday, you can watch them play the Chicago White Sox. They have two weekday home games on Wednesday (3/25) and Thursday. The Oakland Athletics are on Wednesday, and the Seattle Mariners on Thursday. Tickets start at $8. Bring the family if you’re on spring break for a great afternoon of fun.

3/12/15 - In Thursday’s game against the Colorado Rockies, the Milwaukee Brewers came out strong in the first inning with two runs. They picked up two more in the sixth, while holding the Rockies to one in the fourth. The Rockies gained two more in the seventh, while the Brewers added one run, for a final score of 5-3. The Brewers have 3-4 record in the Cactus League, with a three game winning streak. Their weekend home games are against the Chicago Cubs on Saturday (3/14), and on Sunday, it’s the Oakland Athletics. Tickets for the Cubs game start at $24, while for the Athletics, they start at $38. Catch the Brewers on their spring training home turf again on Thursday (3/19) when they play the San Francisco Giants.

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.

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