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5/3/2015 | Brewers relieve Roenicke of duties

The Brewers dismissed manager Ron Roenicke late Sunday, less than six weeks after extending his contract for another year and less than six hours after the team won back-to-back games for the first time this season to improve Major League Baseball's poorest record to 7-18.


5/3/2015 | Brewers gain momentum after first series win

For the first time all season, the Brewers could debate Sunday whether two victories in a row would constitute a "winning streak." A 5-3 victory over the Cubs at Wrigley Field gave the Brewers their first series win all season and, coupled with Saturday's win, left the Texas Rangers as the only team in Major League Baseball yet to win back-to-back games.


5/3/2015 | Nelson pitches well, even without his best stuff

The Brewers' best starting pitcher to date worked without his best stuff Sunday to help his team finally take a series. After lasting only 2 1/3 innings and surrendering seven earned runs in his previous start, Nelson limited the Cubs to three runs on seven hits in 6 2/3 innings for his team-best third quality start. He settled for a no-decision in a 5-3 Brewers win.


5/3/2015 | Kershaw, Lohse set to battle in series-opener

Dodgers left-hander Clayton Kershaw opposes Brewers right-hander Kyle Lohse on Monday night at Miller Park as the teams open a four-game series.


5/3/2015 | Segura feels 'pretty good' after HBP to head

Brewers shortstop Jean Segura was "pretty good" Sunday after being struck in the head by a 95 mph fastball, manager Ron Roenicke said. But, Segura stayed behind for further testing while the rest of the team bussed back to Milwaukee.


5/3/2015 | One day after DFA, Jimenez claimed by Boston

The Red Sox claimed infielder Luis Jimenez off waivers on Sunday, a day after the Brewers had designated him for assignment and activated center fielder Carlos Gomez from the disabled list.


5/3/2015 | Gennett continuing his rehab assignment

With center fielder Carlos Gomez easing back to full-time duty after a stint on the disabled list for a strained hamstring, the Brewers are carefully monitoring second baseman Scooter Gennett's Minor League rehabilitation assignment at Class A Wisconsin, which entered a third day Sunday.


5/2/2015 | Gomez does it all for Brewers in return from DL

Carlos Gomez was off and running in Saturday's 6-1 win upon his return to the Brewers' lineup. Gomez popped out on the first pitch he saw following a 17-day stay on the disabled list for a right hamstring strain, but made his presence felt in the second inning when he drove in one run with a bloop single and helped manufacture another run with his first two stolen bases of the season.


5/2/2015 | Fiers rewards Brewers' patience with great outing

On Saturday, that patience from manager Ron Roenicke paid off. In his first start at Wrigley Field since a six-inning, 14-strikeout gem last August, Fiers worked six innings once again, surrendered only one run, and this time sent 12 Cubs batters walking back to the dugout.


5/2/2015 | Aramis out of lineup on Saturday

Dogged by lower body injuries each of the past two seasons, Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez hopes the current tightness in his left hamstring proves only a minor annoyance. He missed a second straight start Saturday.


5/2/2015 | Jimenez DFA'd as Gomez returns from DL

His own poor start at the plate and the Brewers' poor position in the standings conspired to cost Luis Jimenez his roster spot Saturday, when the team designated the infielder for assignment to make way for center fielder Carlos Gomez's return from the disabled list.


5/2/2015 | Nelson, Hammel to battle in series deciding game

Brewers starter Jimmy Nelson will aim for a bounce-back outing while Cubs starter Jason Hammel seeks more of the same when the teams conclude a three-game series on Sunday


5/1/2015 | Crew losses mount, but Peralta, pitchers progressing

Wily Peralta threw 118 pitches against the Cubs, too high a total for his taste, but good enough to hold Chicago to an Addison Russell home run over six quality innings. It marked more progress for a pitching staff that has delivered six quality starts in the team's past nine games, after only two in the first 14 games of the season.


5/1/2015 | Russell blasts first HR as Lester blanks Crew

If you thought Addison Russell would homer before Kris Bryant, you were right. Russell, the Cubs' No. 2 prospect, connected on his first big league homer in the third to give Jon Lester all the support he needed in a 1-0 victory Friday over the Brewers.


5/1/2015 | Gomez feels 100 percent, eager to help Crew

It's been a frustrating two weeks on the disabled list for Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez, who was forced to watch his team slump through the worst opening month in franchise history. Beginning Saturday, he can help them try to dig out.


5/1/2015 | Gomez looking forward to battling Arrieta in return

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5/1/2015 | Gatewood's MRI results show bruised knee

The Brewers on Friday were bracing for results of an MRI scan of No. 5 prospect Jake Gatewood's right knee, which he appeared to seriously injure while playing shortstop for Class A Wisconsin on Wednesday.