A scramble up the grass hill for a home run souvenir. The scent of sunscreen mixed with pine tar. Games where no one really cares if the home …
Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell speaks to the media Tuesday, focusing on veteran infielder Travis Shaw being added to the club's 40-m…
After officially being added to the Milwaukee Brewers' 40-man roster Tuesday, veteran infielder Travis Shaw said, "it's going to be on me to p…
Jackie Bradley Jr. speaks to the media Monday about joining the Milwaukee Brewers' talented outfield after officially signing a two-year, $24 …
Brewers reliever Devin Williams says the shoulder soreness that kept him from pitching in the 2020 playoffs shouldn’t impact his readiness for the start of the 2021 season.
Although Milwaukee has yet to play a nine-inning game, rules help the players get ready for the regular season.
A downward trend in COVID-19 cases throughout most of the country has meant that a limited amount of fans are allowed back in spring training facilities throughout Arizona and Florida.
For the first time in a long time, the Milwaukee Brewers are opening spring training with very few questions about their starting rotation.
At long last, baseball is back.
Major League Baseball has proposed a one-month delay in starting spring training due to the COVID-19 pandemic, pushing back opening day to April 28, and cutting the regular season to 154 games.
A. No, but there is little time if the parties hope to begin a second spring training in mid-June and the season in early July. The later the start, the fewer the games in an already abbreviated season, and fewer games means less money for everyone.
Major League Baseball owners gave the go-ahead Monday to making a proposal to the players’ union that could lead to the coronavirus-delayed season starting around the Fourth of July weekend in ballparks without fans.
With everything on pause in the sports world, it's been a particular challenge for baseball teams to keep their fans engaged with the sudden s…
The weather was perfect, baseball was played and Phoenix provided plenty of other options in the days before the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic changed our lives.
This State Journal editorial ran on March 20, 1990:
Like pro sports leagues around the world, Major League Baseball is trying to balance fan experience with public health amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Keston Hiura gave Milwaukee a lift when he was called up at mid-season in 2019. His reward is more responsibility in a new-look Brewers offense.
Jacob Nottingham caught a break when X-rays revealed no fractures after he was hit in the right hand by a pitch Sunday in the Brewers' 7-2 Cactus League loss to the Padres.
Josh Lindblom signed with the Brewers in December after going 20-3 with a 2.50 ERA in Korea last season.
Brewers general manager David Stearns signed 10 free agents over the winter and all of them are veteran players.
Milwaukee's Christian Yelich was having another MVP-type season when he fractured his right kneecap Sept. 10, ending his 2019 campaign.
Owner Mark Attanasio said the Brewers are down from last season's franchise-record $132.6 million payroll because president of baseball operations David Stearns didn't find any splashy free agent fits, instead preferring to rely on depth, versatility and manager Craig Counsell's knack for balancing options.