¡Ryan Braun-Larisa Fraser wedding photos!Updated 11 hours ago Share Tweet
The U.K.'s Daily Mail has 'em! Wedding photos of Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun and Larisa Fraser — obviously shot through a telephoto lens at great length by a paparazzi spy. But they're online for your viewing pleasure. Braun and Fraser got marr…
Share TweetBefore you Milwaukee Brewers fans get all excited twirling each other over your heads because left-hander Will Smith is coming to your team in a trade, just hold on. When introducing himself to the Milwaukee media Wednesday afternoon, Smith said he's no…Share TweetFor a little while last season, the Kansas City Royals looked like they might be able to shake off all those years of losing and make the postseason. It didn't happen, of course, but the Royals got people in Kansas City excited again. They finished 86-7…
Crew agrees with pair of pitchers, Minors free agentsUpdated Dec 4 (6 days ago) Share TweetThe Brewers agreed to terms on 2014 contracts with 40-man roster pitchers Donovan Hand and Michael Olmsted, and also dipped into the Minor League free-agent market for the first time.
Brewers tender offers to Estrada, FranciscoUpdated Dec 2 Share TweetThe Brewers tendered 2014 contracts to all of their unsigned players ahead of Monday's deadline, including arbitration-eligible pitcher Marco Estrada and corner infielder Juan Francisco.Share TweetBrewers slugger Ryan Braun is talking publicly for the first time since accepting a season-ending suspension for violating Major League Baseball's anti-drug agreement.
Ryan Braun open to position change to give Milwaukee lineup more flexibilityUpdated Nov 23 Share TweetThough trade rumors have been circulating over the past couple weeks, it appears Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun is far more likely to change positions when he returns from suspension in 2014 than he is to be traded during the offseason. This …
Red Sox acquire Badenhop from BrewersUpdated Nov 22 Share TweetThe Red Sox have made their first trade of the offseason, acquiring right-handed reliever Burke Badenhop from the Brewers in exchange for 20-year-old lefty Luis Ortega.Share TweetThe Brewers added their last two Minor League Players of the Year to the 40-man roster on Wednesday, a move to protect Hunter Morris and Jason Rogers from next month's Rule 5 Draft.
Hart, Mets among Brewers' options at first baseUpdated Nov 14 Share TweetBrewers GM Doug Melvin left Orlando, Fla., without a first baseman, but suggested making progress at the General Managers Meetings this week toward filling his club's most obvious offseason need.
AL Central Hot Stove Preview: Can anyone make up ground on Tigers?Updated Nov 6 Share TweetWhat the Indians, Royals, Twins and White Sox must do to close the AL Central gap with the Tigers.
Brewers tab Astros' Clark as next Huntsville skipperUpdated Nov 5 Share TweetThe Brewers have tabbed Astros first-base coach Dave Clark to be the next manager at Double-A Huntsville, pending the standard medical and background checks that could push an official announcement to the middle of this month.
Braun reinstated following 65-game suspensionUpdated Nov 4 Share TweetRyan Braun's blockbuster suspension ended quietly Oct. 31, when he was formally reinstated from the restricted list and returned to the Brewers' 40-man roster.
Brewers don't extend qualifying offer to HartUpdated Nov 4 Share TweetThe Brewers opted not to tender a qualifying offer to rehabbing free agent Corey Hart on Monday, but remain open to re-signing the first baseman to a lesser contract later this winter, general manager Doug Melvin said.
Brewers exercise Aoki's 2014 optionUpdated Oct 29 Share TweetThe Brewers exercised Norichika Aoki's 2014 club option, locking him in at just under $2 million for next year.
Cardinals vs. Red Sox: Position-by-position breakdownUpdated Oct 21 Share TweetA position-by-position look at the World Series teams: the Red Sox and Cardinals.
After opening year as Crew closer, Axford in Fall ClassicUpdated Oct 21 Share TweetThis was a sight for only the most iron-stomached of Brewers fans. John Axford, a face of Milwaukee's famously fun 2011 team that was bounced by the Cardinals in the National League Championship Series, spraying champagne and dancing around the Cardinal…Share TweetBoston's transformation from catastrophe to AL champion has been astonishing. And it's not a fluke.
Gomez undergoes 'routine' surgery on right elbowUpdated Oct 19 Share TweetBrewers outfielder and club Most Valuable Player Carlos Gomez underwent surgery on his right elbow after the season, and assistant general manager Gord Ash characterized it Saturday as "routine."Share TweetWhile Mike Napoli guided Boston to a 4-3 Game 5 win, Prince Fielder and Detroit came up short.Share TweetAs the Cardinals, Dodgers, Red Sox and Tigers proved yet again, payroll size still matters in October.
NLDS quartet bound by more than just rich traditionsUpdated Oct 3 Share TweetA quartet of tradition-rich teams make up the NLDS field, but they're bound by more than their pasts.Share TweetThe vast rebuilding job that Ned Yost inherited as the manager of the Kansas City Royals was strikingly similar to the one he took on when he was hired by the Milwaukee Brewers.
Emotional Piazza joins Mets' Hall of FameUpdated Sep 29 Share TweetMike Piazza became the 27th inductee into the team's Hall of Fame before the season finale against the Milwaukee Brewers at Citi Field.Share TweetCould a new wave of Cuban baseball players be headed for the majors in America without having to defect from the communist island?Share TweetBrian McCann didn't get suspended by Major League Baseball for his part in Wednesday's scuffle between his Atlanta Braves and the Milwaukee Brewers. But it turns out, McCann might be missing some time. The Braves catcher left Thursday's game early with …Share TweetNew York Mets third baseman David Wright was beaned by an 86 mph changeup from Milwaukee Brewers right-hander Johnny Hellweg in the third inning Thursday and departed the game.
Are Mega-Deals Mega-Mistakes?Dec 4SC Centerpiece: Tim Kurkjian, Wallace Matthews and Colin Cowherd debate if long-term deals are a mistake.
Should Braun Be Forgiven?Nov 28Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate if Ryan Braun should be forgiven after saying that he was "deeply remorseful" about his PED suspension.
Ryan Braun Trying To Move ForwardNov 27Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun answers questions about his suspension for violating baseball's anti-drug agreement.
The GM's Office: Wieters On The Block?Nov 19Jim Bowden takes a look at Matt Wieters' future with the Orioles.
Don Banks: Daniel Snyder has no one to blame but himself for mess in Washi…Dec 10No matter how it ends, or when it ends -- this latest publicly displayed spasm of organizational dysfunction in Washington -- the Redskins and owner Daniel Snyder know their way home from here. They've been here so many times before, at the end of so ma…
The Tuesday MailbagDec 10Oh, it was cold last night? The Super Bowl’s outside, in northern New Jersey, in eight weeks. It’s going to be cold then. Maybe not Siberian cold, but cold. You had injuries to deal with last night? You think you’re not going to get more hurt by the fir…
Chicago Bears need to keep riding this offenseDec 9The Bears need to fully embrace their new identity as offensive juggernaut if they want to make the playoffs, writes Michael Wilbon.
Los Angeles Clippers close in on signing Stephen JacksonDec 9The Los Angeles Clippers are closing in on the signing of former San Antonio Spurs forward Stephen Jackson, according to sources briefed on the talks.