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Castellanos leads Tigers past Brewers

Jonathan Broxton retired the first two hitters of the eighth inning — including Miguel Cabrera — without allowing a ball past the infield. 

Four batters and three runs later, he left the mound after ...

Kane County clobbers Beloit
The Cougars peppered the Snappers with 20 hits on the way to a 14-5 Midwest League victory that opened a four-game series and seven-game homestand at Pohlman Field.
Gomez homer kicks off Brewers win
Gomez homer kicks off Brewers win
Back in the lineup a day after being beaned, Carlos Gomez led off the game with a home run and added a tiebreaking single in the seventh inning to lift the Milwaukee Brewers to a 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Monday night.
Big inning lifts Milton Raptors
Fireman's Park in Helenville became one big merry-go-round for the Milton Raptors in an 8-3 Rock River League victory Sunday afternoon.
Syndergaard beats Brewers for first career win
Syndergaard (1-1) shut down the Brewers for the first five innings in his Citi Field debut, giving up just one single.
Snappers salvage a game in Peoria
Mistakes in the field helped the Beloit Snappers get to Luis Perdomo and the Peoria Chiefs. The Snappers scored six runs, all unearned, off the Chiefs starter to win 8-5 and avoid a three-game sweep.
Chiefs score six late runs to beat Snappers
The Beloit Snappers couldn't make a five-run lead stick Saturday as they committed four errors and lost 8-6 to the Peoria Chiefs.
Mets use 10-run inning to crush Brewers
Wilmer Flores hit a grand slam off Matt Garza from the No. 9 spot in the lineup to spark a 10-run fourth inning in a 14-1 romp over the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday night that stopped New York's five-game losing streak.
Brewers' reserves a bright spot
Brewers' reserves a bright spot
Milwaukee's bench players have played well in the first month and a half of the season
Beloit scuffles against Peoria
Matt Pearce and Johnny Polanco shut down the Beloit Snappers on Friday night. The two Peoria pitchers gave up just three hits and two walks, and the Chiefs won a series opener at home 6-0 in Midwest League baseball action.