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2017 Schedule
40-35, 1st in NL Cent
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Tim Van Vooren, Fox 6 Sports Reporter

TVV joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the latest with the Bucks and the NBA Draft, the Packers offseason, and whether or not the Brewers are contenders or not.

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Knebel sets strikeout mark as Brewers beat Pirates 4-2

Corey Knebel set the modern-era record for most consecutive games by a reliever with a strikeout at a season's start, fanning a batter for the 38th straight game and closing out the Milwaukee Brewers' 4-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday.

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Shaw clobbers homer in Brewers' win (0:25)
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Arcia's web gem seals Brewers' win (0:45)
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Bell gets all over solo homer (0:21)
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Santana puts Brewers up with long ball (0:25)
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McCutchen stays hot with solo homer to left field (0:18)
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Pirates put up six spot in 1st inning (0:47)
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2dBradford Doolittle

The unsung hero on every contending MLB team

It's the impossible-to-predict contributions -- such as Eric Sogard raking for the Brewers and Zack Godley stepping up for the Diamondbacks -- that turn good teams into champions.

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End of the line for Wily Peralta?

Fox Sports Wisconsin's Sophia Minnaert joins Bryan Dee and Dan Needles to discuss Wily Peralta's rough season and the Brewers' loose demeanor at the ballpark.

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Oregon State first baseman hits first grand slam in park history (0:40)
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Power Rankings: Brewers on a roll

The Brewers remain in first place in the NL Central after winning five of their last six, including three out of four against the Cardinals.

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Brewers release Feliz

The Brewers announced Monday afternoon they've released RHP Neftali Feliz, after passing through waivers unclaimed. The 29-year-old reliever, who signed with the Brewers in January, was designated for assignment on June 14 after posting a 6.00 ERA in 27 innings.

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Brewers could have some potential All-Star snubs

Milwaukee's third baseman Travis Shaw won't overtake Kris Bryant or Nolan Arenado in the voting process. Shaw is hitting .303 and is on pace for 70 extra-base hits and 110 RBIs. Could that be enough for him to earn his first All-Star nod?

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Who went the deepest on Friday?

It was Brewers first baseman Eric Thames' walk-off homer that led to a 6-5 win over the Padres on Friday. But his teammate, Travis Shaw, hit the furthest home run of the day with a 449-foot solo shot in the second inning.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average4.2713th
Quality Starts29Tied-19th
WHIP1.3924th
BAA.26123rd
Runs3559th
Batting Average.25119th
On Base Percentage.32219th
Slugging Percentage.4438th

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