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4/23/2015 | Lohse gets back on track vs. Reds

It was clear after three perfect innings Thursday that this was a different Kyle Lohse than the one who lost his first three starts of the season while running-up a 10.34 ERA. Or rather, it was clear to his teammates that the old Lohse was back.

4/23/2015 | Cardinals, Brewers meet for second time this season

The Brewers and Cardinals will meet for their second of six head-to-head series beginning in Milwaukee on Friday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 pm CT, with St. Louis' Carlos Martinez set to take the mound against Brewers righty Matt Garza.

4/23/2015 | Brewers first team to throw out Hamilton this season

The Brewers became the first team this season to punish Reds speedster Billy Hamilton for stealing.

4/23/2015 | Roenicke knows Thornburg can handle different roles

Has one time Brewers top prospect Tyler Thornburg been held back by yo-yoing between roles? Manager Ron Roenicke doesn't believe so.

4/23/2015 | Melvin hints that Brewers rebuild could be coming

General manager Doug Melvin weighed in this week on the Brewers' difficult start, echoing others' frustration about underperforming players and using for the first time in years a word that has been taboo at Miller Park. "Rebuild."

4/23/2015 | Late push helps Brewers snap skid vs. Reds

Jean Segura delivered the clutch hit the Brewers have so badly needed, a two-out RBI single in the seventh inning that sent Milwaukee to a 4-2 win over Cincinnati on Thursday at Miller Park.

4/23/2015 | Nelson a singular bright spot during Brewers' slide

Jimmy Nelson dueled Johnny Cueto to an eight-inning standstill on Wednesday at Miller Park, once again showing the Brewers the type of talent he carries in his right arm.

4/23/2015 | Ball bounces in Reds' favor, widens Brewers' woes

The Brewers squandered their opportunity in the eighth inning, and the Reds made the most of an opening in the ninth. That was the difference Wednesday between what could have been an uplifting Brewers victory, and instead became a 2-1 Reds win.

4/22/2015 | Reds squeak by Brewers on ninth-inning wild pitch

A pitching duel between the Reds' Johnny Cueto and the Brewers' Jimmy Nelson turned in the ninth inning Wednesday night when Billy Hamilton scampered home on a wild pitch from Francisco Rodriguez for a 2-1 Reds victory at Miller Park.

4/22/2015 | Reds in position for 4-game sweep of Brewers

Right-handers Kyle Lohse and Homer Bailey will try to get on track Thursday afternoon when the Brewers and Reds close out their four-game series at Miller Park.

4/22/2015 | Brewers owner: Accountability starts with players

With his club off to its worst start in franchise history, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio said definitively that general manager Doug Melvin and manager Ron Roenicke are not in imminent danger of losing their jobs.

4/22/2015 | Attanasio says manager, GM not to blame for slow start

Neither Ron Roenicke nor Doug Melvin is in danger of dismissal. But owner Mark Attanasio has frequently stated his goal of having not just a competitive team, but a team that regularly reaches the postseason. If this stretch of almost unbroken futility goes on much longer, it is easy to imagine Attanasio finding a different perspective.

4/22/2015 | Yount the early leader on Crew's Franchise Four ballot

Brewers icon Robin Yount has the early lead among Milwaukee's contenders in the Franchise Four campaign, which allows fans to vote for the players who best represent each Major League franchise and several other significant categories in the sport's history.

4/22/2015 | Brewers option Thornburg, recall Wooten from Triple-A

The busy Brewers have made their first roster move to address an underperforming pitching staff, optioning reliever Tyler Thornburg to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Wednesday and recalling Rob Wooten to take his place.

4/22/2015 | Fiers at loss for words after two grand slams

After becoming the first pitcher in four years to surrender two grand slams in the same game, Brewers right-hander Mike Fiers was at a loss for words.

4/22/2015 | BP jerseys bring Brewers offensive breakout

It wasn't working the old way, so the Brewers tried something different on Tuesday to spark a sluggish offense, as Milwaukee wore not the usual home whites, but its navy blue batting practice tops. As one player joked the night before, the Brewers were undefeated in batting practice.

4/21/2015 | Short-handed Brewers put Gennett on 15-day DL

The Brewers added second baseman Scooter Gennett to their growing disabled list on Tuesday when it was clear Gennett would need more than a few days to recover from a laceration on the top of his left hand.

4/21/2015 | Lucroy expected to miss 4-6 weeks with broken toe

The Brewers anticipate being without catcher Jonathan Lucroy for the next four to six weeks because of the severity of his broken left toe, which Lucroy detailed in a statewide radio interview Tuesday.

4/21/2015 | Cueto, Nelson look to quiet bats in Milwaukee

The Reds are trying to keep pace with the middle of the National League Central, while the Brewers are trying to avoid being buried by the end of the first month. They meet in the third game of a four-game series at Miller Park on Wednesday.

4/21/2015 | Miller Park a launching pad as Reds outslug Crew

About 24 hours after matching their season high with six runs in a series-opening victory, the Reds more than doubled that total by the sixth inning of a 16-10 win over the reeling Brewers on Tuesday. The Reds hit five home runs, starting with two-out grand slams by Jay Bruce and Todd Frazier in consecutive innings off Brewers starter Mike Fiers.

4/21/2015 | Brewers stay positive in face of dismal numbers

The early-season stats are ugly for the Brewers, who have struggled to score, pitch and stay healthy on the way to the worst start in franchise history.

4/20/2015 | Brewers send Lucroy to DL with fractured toe

A bad day got much worse for the Brewers when a club spokesperson delivered word moments after Monday's 6-1 loss to the Reds that catcher Jonathan Lucroy was bound for the disabled list with a broken left big toe.

4/20/2015 | DeSclafani stellar as Reds power past Crew

Zack Cozart and Joey Votto homered, and Anthony DeSclafani pitched an eight-inning gem to give the Reds a 6-1 win Monday night over the Brewers. Ryan Braun connected on his first home run of the season in the ninth inning for Milwaukee.

4/20/2015 | Reds, Brewers seek punch for Marquis-Fiers matchup

The Reds, who broke out with two home runs in a 6-1 series-opening win, have scored 43 runs in 13 games. The Brewers, who have lost six in a row, have scored a Majors-low 31 runs in 13 games. Milwaukee also lost All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy to the DL with a fractured toe on Monday.

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