7/19/2009 | D-backs trade Lopez to Brewers
The D-backs and Brewers completed a trade Sunday that sent second baseman Felipe Lopez to Milwaukee in exchange for a pair of Minor Leaguers.
7/19/2009 | Brewers complete trade for infielder Lopez
The Brewers bolstered their defense and added to their offense Sunday, acquiring infielder Felipe Lopez from the D-backs for Minor Leaguers Roque Mercedes and Cole Gillespie.
7/19/2009 | Coffey a workhorse out of Crew's bullpen
Unfazed by a one-hour, 59-minute rain delay Saturday night, Brewers reliever Todd Coffey reclaimed the mound and showed no signs of rust.
7/18/2009 | Miscues, lack of offense hurt Brewers
Two fielding miscues cost the Brewers a chance at a victory against the Reds, as Milwaukee fell to Cincinnati, 4-0, on Friday.
7/18/2009 | Braun departs with sore wrist, thumb
Ryan Braun left in the seventh inning of the Brewers' 4-0 loss to the Reds on Friday after he said he couldn't grip the bat because of a sore wrist and thumb.
7/18/2009 | Hardy feels refreshed after break
J.J. Hardy said going into the break that he thought getting away from baseball for a few days would help him. And judging from his performance on Thursday against the Reds, it certainly did.
7/18/2009 | Brewers' Braun sits with wrist injury
Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun was out of the lineup a day after he was hit on the wrist with a pitch by Reds starter Bronson Arroyo.
7/17/2009 | Offense backs Looper in win vs. Reds
Prince Fielder got the Brewers started early with one swing of the bat and a big sixth inning by the Brewers hitters led to a 9-6 win over the Reds on Thursday.
7/17/2009 | Prince reflects on Home Run Derby
Looking back at his experience at the All-Star Game, Prince Fielder said what he enjoyed the most was sharing the moment of winning with his children.
7/16/2009 | Fielder a model of consistency in first half
You can bank on the fact that Prince Fielder, who set a club record for the first half with 78 RBIs, will be back in the lineup Thursday against the Reds.
7/16/2009 | Bush to miss next scheduled start
Dave Bush won't make his next scheduled start on Monday against the Pirates after he had a minor setback in his rehabilitation start on Wednesday.
7/15/2009 | Fielder, Hoffman shine for NL All-Stars
The fact that Prince Fielder even had the opportunity to get in the 80th All-Star Game, which the National League dropped, 4-3, to the American League, was bonus enough for the Brewers first baseman on Tuesday night.
7/15/2009 | Brewers in thick of NL Central race
Despite an inconsistent offense and a depleted rotation, the Brewers aren't far off from the pace they set last season, which was good enough to get them to the playoffs.
7/14/2009 | Cruz missiles: Fielder wins HR Derby
Brewers first baseman Prince Fielder hit a 503-foot shot in winning the Home Run Derby on Monday night, edging Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz in the final round.
7/14/2009 | Bauman: Prince king, but it's Pujols' court
The 2009 Home Run Derby crown went to Prince Fielder on Monday night at Busch Stadium, but for much of the evening, the center of attention was Albert Pujols.
7/14/2009 | Bodley: Obama a willing part of pastime
The build-up to President Barack Obama's anticipated appearance at the 80th All-Star Game was marvelous, writes Hal Bodley.
7/13/2009 | Brewers bring bright stars to big event
These are not marginal All-Stars the Brewers have sent to St. Louis. These are three genuine stars of the game, players who have earned respect and admiration. These are two of the best young hitters in baseball, and, on the other end of the career spectrum, the all-time leader in saves.
7/13/2009 | Anundsen twirls another gem
Evan Anundsen gave up one hit and struck out five over six innings Monday as the Brevard County Manatees blanked the Lakeland Flying Tigers, 7-0.
7/12/2009 | Hoffman subs for Broxton on NL team
Trevor Hoffman, who represented the Padres at six Midsummer Classics, will make his Brewers All-Star debut Tuesday after being added to the NL squad as an injury replacement Sunday.
7/12/2009 | Brewers close first half with loss to LA
The Brewers continued to play baseball's version of Dracula, bowing meekly under the sun to the Dodgers, 7-4, at Miller Park on Sunday.
7/11/2009 | Brewers outslugged by Dodgers in extras
Trevor Hoffman suffered his second blown save, and Carlos Villanueva was hammered in the 10th as the Brewers dropped a 12-8 loss to the Dodgers on Friday.
7/11/2009 | McGehee nursing sore right knee
The medical reports say that even if Casey McGehee's right knee isn't 100 percent healthy, he can play. McGehee says the same.
7/11/2009 | Escobar, Lawrie excited for Futures Game
Brewers' infield prospects Alcides Escobar and Brett Lawrie are set to play for World Team in the 11th annual XM All-Star Futures Game in St. Louis on All-Star Sunday.
7/11/2009 | Crew bears arms, burns up Dodgers
Brewers starter Mike Burns had his first career RBI single and also picked up a 6-3 victory against the Dodgers on Saturday. Frank Catalanotto homered, and the bullpen pitched four scoreless innings of relief.
7/11/2009 | Hall searches for season-swoon salve
Bill Hall has seen his role reduced this season from the Brewers' starting third baseman to a backup only in the lineup against left-handed hitters. He has also seen his batting average plummet to .198. But he will be starting Sunday's first-half finale.
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