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5/3/2016 | Brewers' homers, bullpen hold off Angels for Guerra

Jonathan Lucroy and Chris Carter hit back-to-back home runs in the Brewers' go-ahead fifth inning to power a long-awaited victory for right-hander Junior Guerra, who gave new meaning to the term journeyman in a 5-4 win over the Angels at Miller Park on Tuesday night.


5/3/2016 | Angels ask rising Santiago to solve Brewers

Angels left-hander Hector Santiago takes the ball against Brewers righty Zach Davies in Wednesday's series finale at Miller Park, a matchup of two starting pitchers venturing in opposite directions.


5/3/2016 | Brewers' plan for Braun's back working well

So far, so good for the Brewers and left fielder Ryan Braun, who have been feeling their way through a personalized schedule designed to maximize Braun's production in his first season following back surgery.


5/3/2016 | Braun's rebuilt value makes for interesting trade possibilities

Ryan Braun is hitting like he always does, which is to say "very very good." That being the case, he's rebuilt his trade value, which is important to a Milwaukee team focusing on the future. Where might Braun end up? We look at three possible landing spots.


5/3/2016 | Demeritte, Mendez among top prospect performers Monday

Class A Advanced High Desert has been rolling of late, winning eight of their last 10 games to move into first place atop the California League South division. Lefty Yohander Mendez and second baseman Travis Demeritte have been key to High Desert's early success.


5/3/2016 | Reliever Freeman designated for assignment

The Brewers cleared a roster spot for Junior Guerra to start against the Angels on Tuesday by designating reliever Sam Freeman for assignment, ending Freeman's brief tenure with the team.


5/3/2016 | Nelson ventures into Crew's ace role

The Brewers' best pitcher this season was one of their best hitters on Monday night, too. Jimmy Nelson delivered two hits and the game-winning RBI to back his own quality start in an 8-5 win over the Angels at Miller Park, further cementing Nelson's status as a bright spot on Milwaukee's struggling starting staff.