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Parra happy to pitch in at first base for Brewers
Outfielder gives Milwaukee extra depth in the infield if needed
Brewers counting on production from Braun, Ramirez
Milwaukee's freefall to end last season can be traced to a lack of offense, particularly from its Nos. 3 and 4 hitters.
Matt Garza set for second spring with the Brewers
The Milwaukee starter went 8-8 in his first year with the team last season
Rule of thumb: Braun hopes to avoid injury
Milwaukee outfielder Ryan Braun is hoping offseason treatment on his injured digit keeps the numbness away.
Williams makes an impression
Brewers rookie pitcher gets Braun's attention.
K-Rod back in the fold as Brewers' closer

Francisco Rodriguez will be jogging out of the bullpen again for the Milwaukee Brewers.

The closer and the Brewers agreed Thursday to a $13 million, two-year contract, a deal subject to the successful...

Attanasio explains why Milwaukee needed no major changes
Brewers owner addressed the players and media at spring training Thursday.
Brewers' Gennett looking forward to everyday role
Milwaukee's Scooter Gennett no longer has to worry about a platoon at second base.
Braun arrives at camp with little fanfare

For the first time since 2011, Ryan Braun reported to spring training to minimal fanfare.

Holding court with a small group of reporters in front of his locker in the Milwaukee Brewers' clubhouse Wednesday, the...

Gomez continues to learn on the fly

Carlos Gomez was only 24 when he first suited up for the Milwaukee Brewers in 2010. Yet critics already had labeled the speedy centerfielder a hopeless case offensively, lacking the plate discipline necessary to take full advantage of ...