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8/4/2015 | Counsell leans on leaders during rough stretch

In the wake of a series of trades that reshaped the Brewers on the field and in the clubhouse, manager Craig Counsell said he'd engaged in discussions with some of the team's remaining veterans about what lies ahead.


8/4/2015 | Knebel latest to emerge from Crew's strong 'pen

The Brewers, as currently constructed, have many needs. The final two months of the season are about determining what areas require additions when winter rolls around. The bullpen doesn't necessarily fall into that category, especially with the recent emergence of Corey Knebel.


8/4/2015 | Jungmann looks to stay hot vs. Kennedy, Padres

The Brewers and Padres will continue their four-game set at Miller Park on Wednesday, when rookie Taylor Jungmann will oppose San Diego's starter Ian Kennedy.


8/4/2015 | Nelson helps Crew down Padres, snap skid

Jimmy Nelson scattered three singles over 6 2/3 strong innings and the Brewers snapped a six-game losing streak with a 4-1 win over the Padres on Tuesday at Miller Park.


8/3/2015 | Peralta knocked around in 2nd start off DL

Sitting in the Brewers' dugout in the bottom of the first inning, starter Wily Peralta was smacked in the back of the head by a foul ball. It might have been the least painful part of his night. Coming off a solid return from the disabled list last week in San Francisco, Peralta delivered a dud in Monday's 13-5 loss to the Padres at Miller Park.


8/3/2015 | Managers Murphy, Counsell go way back

The hot-headed coach saw promise in the skinny infielder, and rode him hard. That's how Padres interim manager Pat Murphy treated many of his players at the University of Notre Dame, including Brewers manager Craig Counsell, who so irked his skipper with a series of errors one fall that Murphy ordered Counsell onto a half-frozen field in November to field hot-shot grounders.


8/3/2015 | Nelson looks to extend scoreless streak vs. Padres

The Brewers and Padres will continue their four-game series at Miller Park on Tuesday, when Milwaukee's Jimmy Nelson and San Diego's Andrew Cashner will oppose each other on the mound.


8/3/2015 | Solarte leads Friars' fun night in Milwaukee

Yangervis Solarte homered twice and drove in four runs as the Padres thumped the slumping Brewers in the opener of a four-game series, 13-5, at Miller Park on Monday.


8/2/2015 | Brewers mull Lohse's rotation status after loss

The thought surrounding Brewers starter Kyle Lohse over the past few months was that if the veteran right-hander could get back on track after his poor start to the season, the club would be able to deal him by the Trade Deadline.


8/2/2015 | Padres, Brewers face off for first time in 2015

It took four months, but the Padres and Brewers will finally get a look at each other on Monday when they open a four-game series at Miller Park.


8/2/2015 | Parra trade creates opportunity for Davis

Outfielder Khris Davis is another Brewers player who will benefit from the club's recent trades. After Gerardo Parra was dealt to the Orioles on Friday, left field will be primarily manned by Davis for the remainder of the season.


8/1/2015 | Homers continue to plague pitching staff

An unusual occurrence from seasons past keeps rearing its ugly head at Miller Park this year for the Brewers. The story was indeed the same on Saturday in a 4-2 loss to the Cubs.


8/1/2015 | Cubs taking aim at fifth straight victory in finale

Clayton Richard will be added to the Cubs' roster as they look to complete a four-game sweep of the Brewers, who will turn to Kyle Lohse, in Sunday's series finale at Miller Park.


8/1/2015 | Rizzo continues to torment Brewers

Anthony Rizzo belted his fourth homer in as many games, a three-run shot in the third, and rookie Kyle Schwarber added a solo home run to power the Cubs to a 4-2 victory Saturday night over the Brewers for their fourth straight win.


8/1/2015 | Schafer out to prove he belongs

Outfielder Logan Schafer has had his fair share of opportunities to prove himself to the Brewers. After the club dealt away Carlos Gomez and Gerardo Parra, Schafer finds himself back in the big leagues and with another chance to try and do the same.


8/1/2015 | Opportunity abounds as Crew seeks offense

Brewers manager Craig Counsell knew scoring runs would be a challenge after the club dealt away Aramis Ramirez, Carlos Gomez and Gerardo Parra in deals to restock its farm system. His prediction played out again on Friday.