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Brewers cut Chamberlain, Blazek
Some tough news was delivered to players Wednesday as the Milwaukee Brewers made significant roster cuts. For some, it was tougher than others.
Broxton brings power, speed combo
The Brewers center fielder ended 2016 on a high note and hopes to continue that in 2017.
Perez gets back into action
Brewers' Hernan Perez returned from playing in the World Baseball Classic and was in the starting lineup right away.
Pina hoping to catch on with Brewers
Manny Pina is one of three options to fill two catcher positions
Prospects making impact in Brewers' camp
The Brewers' massive rebuilding process leaves plenty of options for prospects.
Gennett fine with utility role

If Scooter Gennett had his way, he'd become the Milwaukee Brewers' next super utility player.

To that end, he's made it known to the powers that be that he's ready and willing to stretch his versatility to its limits this spring. Having already ...

Brewers have surplus of outfielders
The Milwaukee Brewers fully understand you can play only three outfielders at a time. That hasn't stopped them from collecting them like baseball cards.
Davies sharp in spring training

Zach Davies enjoyed all those grounders. It looks as if his work is paying off.

The right-hander got five ground-ball outs while pitching 2 2/3 innings in Milwaukee's 8-2 exhibition win over San Diego on Thursday.

“I'm happy about...

Brewers' youngsters turning heads

Brett Phillips was a 17-year-old kid just starting his professional baseball career with Houston in 2012 when the Astros gutted their major-league roster and radically rebuilt their farm system.

Three years later, they were in the playoffs....

Braun makes Spring Training debut

Ryan Braun's bat traveled farther than any ball he put in play during his spring training debut.

Braun struck out swinging and walked Friday, and he lost the grip on his bat during his fourth-inning at-bat. The bat wound up in the hands of a...