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What we learned: May 6, 2015

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Today's lessons include Scooter Gennett's return, trading Jonathan Lucroy, and notes from the first month of the minor-league season.

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Yesterday's Results

Dodgers 8, Brewers 2

The Brewers short winning streak came to an end yesterday. They took an early 1-0 lead, but the Dodgers blew it open in the sixth and seventh innings with three home runs that put the Dodgers up 7-1. Matt Garza was decent, putting up a quality start of six innings and three runs allowed. However, Zack Greinke was better, holding the Brewers to one unearned run and a total of two hits. The Brewers only managed three hits and two runs overall last night. Aramis Ramirez and Scooter Gennett were the only two Brewers to record hits.

Brewers News & Notes

Minor League Update

Team Level Record Yesterday Today
Colorado Springs Sky Sox AAA 9-16 Colorado Springs 6, Memphis 4 Colorado Springs @ Memphis
Biloxi Shuckers AA 16-9 OFF Mississippi vs. Biloxi (@ Mississippi)
Brevard County Manatees A+ 12-13 Brevard County 2, Clearwater 1 Brevard County @ Clearwater
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers A 8-18 Cedar Rapids 7, Wisconsin 3 Cedar Rapids @ Wisconsin

News & Notes

NL Central Update

Team W L
Cardinals 20 6
Cubs 13 12
Reds 13 13
Pirates 12 14
Brewers 8 19

Today's Division Games

  • Reds (Mike Leake) @ Pirates (Gerrit Cole) - 6:05 pm
  • Cubs (Jon Lester) @ Cardinals (Lance Lynn) - 7:15 pm

Around Baseball

Roster News

Today's Action

The Brewers continue their series with the Dodgers with game three tonight. Wily Peralta gets the start for the Brewers, while the Dodgers will call up Joe Wieland to make the start for them. First pitch is at 7:10 pm.