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  • Dodgers power past Brewers, 8-2

    Dodgers power past Brewers, 8-2
    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers hadn't scored and had only three hits when Justin Turner stepped to the plate in the sixth inning with two men on. His three-run home run opened the floodgates, and the Dodgers cruised from there. AT THE PLATE: The Dodgers scored...
  • Zack Greinke pitches, Dodgers power way past Brewers, 8-2

    Zack Greinke pitches, Dodgers power way past Brewers, 8-2
    That's what you call a nice combo. Zack Greinke looking every bit like an ace and the Dodgers continuing their power display. They came together Tuesday at Miller Park for an 8-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers, Greinke pitching brilliantly and...
  • Brewers rally to make Craig Counsell winner over Dodgers, 4-3

    Brewers rally to make Craig Counsell winner over Dodgers, 4-3
    Craig Counsell must be wondering what the big deal is about managing. Counsell took over a Milwaukee Brewers team Monday that had started a baseball-worst 7-18 under Ron Roenicke. Then the Brewers fell behind 3-0 to the Dodgers and National League MVP...
  • Broken bat dribbler proves to be winner for Brewers

    Broken bat dribbler proves to be winner for Brewers
    KEY MOMENT: With the score tied with two outs in the eighth inning, Ryan Braun pushed a broken-bat hit past the mound. From third base, Carlos Gomez ran home as Juan Uribe barehanded the ball and threw to first base. It was a split second too slow. The...
  • Brewers follow trend in naming Craig Counsell as manager

    Brewers follow trend in naming Craig Counsell as manager
    Ron Roenicke was in a good mood Sunday morning at Wrigley Field, talking about managing against his old pal Joe Maddon. Roenicke and Maddon were coaches on the Angels’ staff under Mike Scioscia, and both enjoyed early success in Milwaukee and...
  • Commissioner Rob Manfred on Kris Bryant debate, empty ballpark and Wrigley restroom fiasco

    Commissioner Rob Manfred on Kris Bryant debate, empty ballpark and Wrigley restroom fiasco
    No one believed the Cubs when they maintained in March that Kris Bryant was sent to the minors to work on his defense. Having Bryant under their control for seven years instead of six was always the main issue, as the collective bargaining agreement...
  • Dodgers beat Arizona, 1-0, on Yasmani Grandal's homer in 13th

    Dodgers beat Arizona, 1-0, on Yasmani Grandal's homer in 13th
    KEY MOMENT: Left-hander J.P. Howell made a behind-the-back tag to prevent Jordan Pacheco from scoring on a pitch in the dirt that bounced away in the top of the 13th inning, setting up a game-winning home run by catcher Yasmani Grandal in the bottom of...
  • Empty ballparks, Tom Ricketts in Fargo and Masahiro Tanaka watch

    Empty ballparks, Tom Ricketts in Fargo and Masahiro Tanaka watch
    One of the classic Charlie Sheen stories took place back in 1996 when the actor bought 2,615 seats in left field at Anaheim Stadium to try to catch a home run. Sheen paid $6,500 for the seats to have the section to himself (and three friends), saying he...
  • Tampa Bay Rays add 'mac and cheese cone' to unique ballpark menu options

    Tampa Bay Rays add 'mac and cheese cone' to unique ballpark menu options
    The Milwaukee Brewers may have nachos on a stick, but the Tampa Bay Rays will offer macaroni and cheese in a cone.  The Rays revealed their new menu items for the 2015 season this week, including the Mac Bat ($8), a portable mac and cheese dish in a...
  • Fried nachos on a stick, 'Churro Dog' among crazy new ballpark offerings

    Fried nachos on a stick, 'Churro Dog' among crazy new ballpark offerings
    Opening Day of the 2015 Major League Baseball season is right around the corner, and that means the introduction of new crazy ballpark food concoctions.  Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, is stepping up its innovative food menu with three...
  • Miller Park may tempt Cubs fans

    Columnist David Haugh gave several reasons for the Cubs not to move home games to Milwaukee's Miller Park ("Wait till the middle of this year," Sports, March 5), but he left out the most important reason: The Cubs don't want to expose their fans to Miller...