Brewers

Hiura's HR in 11th gives Brewers 7-6 victory over Braves

Keston Hiura hit a two-run, winning homer off Jesse Chavez in the 11th inning as the Milwaukee Brewers rallied from a four-run deficit to beat the Atlanta Braves 7-6. The Brewers had tied the game on a two-out triple from Kolten Wong in the ninth. Hiura had arrived from Triple-A Nashville earlier in the day. He led off the bottom of the 11th by sending a 1-2 sinker from Chavez over the center-field wall. Atlanta had grabbed a 4-0 lead when Austin Riley and Marcell Ozuna hit back-to-back homers off Corbin Burnes in the third inning.

Peralta dominates for 7 innings, Brewers 2-hit Braves 1-0

Freddy Peralta dominated over seven innings, Hunter Renfroe scored on a wild pitch and the Milwaukee Brewers two-hit the Atlanta Braves 1-0. Peralta gave up two hits and a walk while striking out 10 and retiring his final 11 batters. It was the sixth time in Peralta’s career that he struck out 10 or more batters. He recorded his 500th career strikeout in the seventh when he retired Marcell Ozuna on a called third strike. The Brewers improved to 11-4 at home, the best mark in the National League.

Wong leads Brewers to 7-3 win over the Marlins

Kolten Wong homered, singled and had three walks to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Miami Marlins 7-3. Playing in his 1,000 major league game, Wong also stole two bases for the Brewers, who finished 4-5 on their nine game road trip. Jace Peterson and Rowdy Tellez also homered to back Brandon Woodruff, who limited Miami to three runs and five hits in his five-inning outing. Woodruff (4-2) walked two and struck out six. Milwaukee chased Miami starter Elieser Hernández (2-3) during a four-run fifth. 

Aguilar, Soler, Anderson homer in Marlins' win over Brewers

Jesús Aguilar, Jorge Soler and Brian Anderson homered, and the Miami Marlins beat the Milwaukee Brewers 9-3. Miami starter Trevor Rogers pitched 5 1/3 innings of one-run ball. Rogers allowed five hits, struck out eight and hit a batter. A day after leaving early because of stomach discomfort, Avisaíl García singled twice for the Marlins, who snapped a five-game home skid. Solo homers from Aguilar and Soler and Anderson’s two-run shot against Milwaukee starter Eric Lauer in the fourth helped the Marlins erase a 1-0 deficit. 

Yelich hits for record-tying 3rd cycle, but Reds beat Brewers

Christian Yelich hit for a record-tying third cycle — all of them against Cincinnati — but the Milwaukee Brewers’ rally fell short in the ninth inning in a 14-11 loss to the Reds. Tyler Stephenson drove in four runs with a pair of doubles and Colin Moran hit a three-run homer for Cincinnati. Yelich became the sixth player to hit at least one home run, triple, double and a single in the same game. He joined Trea Turner, Adrián Beltré, Babe Herman, Bob Meusel and John Reilly in accomplishing the feat. Yelich doubled in the first, hit a three-run homer in the third, singled in the fifth and tripled during a six-run ninth. Hunter Renfroe hit two solo homers for the Brewers.

Hader gets 500th K, Brewers stop Reds' 2-game win streak

Josh Hader reached 500 career strikeouts, Luis Urías hit tying home run and made a clutch catch and the Milwaukee Brewers held off Cincinnati 5-4 to stop the Reds’ season-high, two-game winning streak. Jace Peterson broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth with the first of his two doubles for the NL Central-leading Brewers, who ended a three-game losing streak. With the potential tying run on third base with two outs in the eighth, Urías dived to his left at shortstop to snare Kyle Farmer’s liner just above the ground and end a three-run rally.

Brewers game to air exclusively on YouTube Wednesday

MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- The Brewers wrap up their series against the Reds on Wednesday, but fans won't be able to watch it on TV. The game will be broadcast exclusively on YouTube with Scott Braun, Yonder Alonso and Amy Guiterrez…

Braves bats, Morton beat Brewers 9-2 for series win

Adam Duvall and William Contreras homered to help Charlie Morton won for the first time in five starts as the Atlanta Braves cranked up their bats to beat the Milwaukee Brewers 9-2. Matt Olson hit a two-run double during a four-run second inning. Duvall homered in the third off starter Aaron Ashby and Contreras added a three-run drive in the fifth off Jandel Gustave to pad the lead. The Braves were winless over Morton’s last four starts, a stretch that included a 7.85 ERA. But the 38-year-old right-hander pitched around three walks to allow two hits with five strikeouts in five scoreless innings.

Acuña goes deep again, leads Fried, Braves over Brewers

Ronald Acuña Jr. hit a fifth-inning homer for the game’s first run, Max Fried outpitched Corbin Burnes and the Atlanta Braves held on in the ninth to beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-2. Fried allowed one run on four hits with eight strikeouts in seven innings to end Milwaukee’s four-game winning streak. Acuña’s homer off Burnes was his second in as many games as he continued to prove he has fully recovered from knee surgery. Burnes allowed only one earned run. Hunter Renfroe hit his sixth homer for Milwaukee. The Brewers scored one run off Kenley Jansen in the ninth. 

Brewers beat Braves 6-3; Acuña homers in return for Atlanta

Eric Lauer allowed one earned run, Christian Yelich’s infield single was the big hit in Milwaukee’s four-run sixth inning, and the streaking Brewers beat the Atlanta Braves 6-3. The NL Central-leading Brewers have won four straight and nine of 10. Lauer gave up two runs, one earned, on two hits and three walks in 6 1/3 innings. He had eight strikeouts. Atlanta’s Ronald Acuña Jr. opened the fourth with a 450-foot homer to center field — his first since returning from knee surgery. 

Woodruff fans 12, Adames, Tellez homer as Brewers top Reds

Brandon Woodruff struck out 12 to tie his career high, Willy Adames hit a three-run homer and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 6-3 on Tuesday night. The NL Central-leading Brewers have won six of their last seven games. The Reds have lost seven in a row and have the worst record in the majors at 3-20, they have the worst record in the majors. Woodruff went 5 2/3 innings with three runs and no walks. Tyler Mahle got the loss for the Reds. Tommy Pham and Mike Moustakas hit home runs for Cincinnati.

Lauer fans 11, Brewers hit 3 HRs in 9-1 win over Cubs

Eric Lauer kept up his strikeout success, fanning 11 in seven innings as the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago Cubs 9-1. Rowdy Tellez hit a two-run homer in the fifth, and Christian Yelich and Hunter Renfroe connected for consecutive home runs in the eighth. The Cubs are 2-9 in the last 11 games after winning six of 10 to start the season. Lauer, who struck out a career-high 13 last weekend against Philadelphia, reached double digits in strikeouts in consecutive games for the first time in his career.

Brewers pound season-high six homers, rout Cubs 11-1

Hunter Renfroe hit two of Milwaukee's season-high six home runs, Adrian Houser struck out six and scattered two hits over six shutout innings and the Brewers beat the Chicago Cubs 11-1. Milwaukee's offense did the bulk of its damage against Cubs starter Kyle Hendricks (1-2), who tied a season high by allowing six runs on seven hits and striking out two over 4 1/3 innings. 

Ashby takes no-hitter into 6th, Brewers beat Pirates 3-1

Aaron Ashby combined with four relievers on a one-hitter, Tyrone Taylor singled home the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-1. Neither team got a hit until the sixth inning. Ashby’s no-hit bid ended when Bryan Reynolds hit a hard shot that deflected off the glove of third baseman Mike Brosseau for a single. Making his second start of the season and sixth of his career, Ashby worked 5 2/3 innings, walking five and striking out six. The rookie left-hander allowed his only run on a double-play grounder in the sixth. Trevor Gott came on and struck out Michael Chavis to get the win.