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The Brewers are in New York for three as they take on the Mets. We look at that and more in today’s What We Learned.

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Milwaukee Brewers v New York Mets Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Results
Friday: Mets 6, Brewers 5

Upcoming Games
Saturday: Brewers @ Mets | 6:10 pm
Sunday: Brewers @ Mets | 12:10 pm


Brewers News and Notes

Series Preview: Milwaukee Brewers @ New York Mets
Jaymes L, BCB

Brewers’ catcher Manny Pina does not expect to hit DL with calf tightness
Ben Reagan, BCB

Milwaukee Brewers DFA J.J. Hoover, option Brett Phillips to AAA; recall Junior Guerra and Jorge Lopez
Ben Reagan, BCB

The Milwaukee Brewers are bullpening, kind of
Kyle Lesniewski, BCB

The Jonathan Villar Mirage
Ben Reagan, BCB

Milwaukee Brewers Daily Prospect Report: Thursday, April 12
Brad Ford, BCB

The No Good, Very Bad,… .500
Nicholas Zettel, BP Milwaukee

The Successful Rebuild
Nicholas Zettel, BP Milwaukee

Inbox: Is Crew getting the most out of Hader?
Adam McCalvy, Brewers.com

Yelich (right oblique) hoping to return Sunday
Adam McCalvy, Brewers.com

Haudricourt: Brewers try to prepare players who might be involved in roster roulette
Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ($)

April showers bring … April power for Brewers’ Thames
Fox Sports Wisconsin

MILLER PARK HOMESTAND HIGHLIGHTS: APRIL 16–22
Caitlin Moyer, Cait Covers the Bases

2018 Biloxi Shuckers: More Bang for your Shuck
Spence Siegel, The Shuck Dynasty


NL Central Update

Pirates: 9-4
L 2-7 @ Marlins

Brewers: 7-7
L 5-6 @ Mets

Cardinals: 7-7
W 5-3 @ Reds

Cubs: 6-7
L 0-4 vs. Braves

Reds: 2-11
L 3-5 vs. Cardinals