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What We Learned: Series in Miami finishes with a loss

It was a losing road trip for the Brewers as they dropped their last game in Miami. We discuss that and more in today's What We Learned.

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Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Previous Results

Brewers 10, Marlins 2

Marlins 3, Brewers 2

Brewers News & Notes

Links from BCB

Other Brewers News and Notes

  • Hill continues hot May with three-hit night
    Glenn Sattell,

    Since May began, Aaron Hill has been playing very well. He's on a hitting streak and has raised his numbers with his hot performance.
  • Freeman accepts Triple-A assignment
    Glenn Sattell,

    Following his DFA last week, Sam Freeman officially accepted his Triple-A assignment.
  • The Macro Draft
    Nicholas Zettel, BP Milwaukee
    There's not much for guarantees when it comes to the MLB draft, but there are still some patterns that can be found in it.
Minor League Update
Team Level Record Yesterday Today
Colorado Springs Sky Sox AAA 13-18 Colorado Springs 9, New Orleans 5 Colorado Springs @ New Orleans
Biloxi Shuckers AA 20-12 Biloxi 6, Jacksonville 1 Jacksonville @ Biloxi
Brevard County Manatees A+ 9-23 Daytona 9, Brevard County 1 Brevard County @ Daytona
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers A 15-18 Wisconsin 5, Clinton 3
Clinton 8, Wisconsin 0
Cedar Rapids

News & Notes

NL Central Update

Yesterday’s Division Games

  • Padres 7, Cubs 4
  • Padres 1, Cubs 0
  • Pirates 5, Reds 4
  • Cardinals 5, Angels 2

Today's Division Games

  • Cardinals @ Angels - 9:05 pm
    Adam Wainwright vs. Jered Weaver
Around Baseball

Roster News

Other Notes

  • Roaring 20! Max ties K mark, mauls Tigers
    Jamal Collier,
    Max Scherzer had a 20-strikeout complete game yesterday, becoming the fourth pitcher to accomplish the feat and the first pitcher to do that since Randy Johnson in 2001.
  • 2 by who? Pair of HRs make LA Noah's Park
    Anthony DiComo,

    Noah Syndergaard also accomplished a pitcher feat last night, becoming the first pitcher since 2007 to hit two home runs in a game. The last pitcher to do that was Micah Owings in 2007.
  • Minor MLB Transactions: 5/11/16
    Steve Adams, MLB Trade Rumors

    Former Brewers Logan Schafer and Matt Clark have found new teams outside of MLB.
Today's Action

Brewers vs. Padres - 7:10 pm
James Shields vs. Jimmy Nelson