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Last Game

Sun, April 19
PNC Park
Milwaukee Brewers
Pittsburgh Pirates


W: G. Cole (2-0)
M. Garza (1-2)
M. Melancon (2)

Home Runs

MIL - None  
- P. Alvarez (4)


Tue Apr 7
L 5 - 2COL
Wed Apr 8
L 5 - 4COL
Fri Apr 10
L 6 - 2PIT
Sat Apr 11
W 6 - 0PIT
Sun Apr 12
L 10 - 2PIT
Mon Apr 13
W 5 - 4at STL
Wed Apr 15
L 4 - 2at STL
Thu Apr 16
L 4 - 0at STL
Fri Apr 17
L 6 - 3at PIT
Sat Apr 18
L 6 - 2at PIT
1:35 pm EDT
L 5 - 2at PIT
7:20 pm EDT
Mon Apr 20
8:10 pm EDT
Tue Apr 21
8:10 pm EDT
Wed Apr 22
1:40 pm EDT
Thu Apr 23
8:10 pm EDT
Fri Apr 24
7:10 pm EDT
Sat Apr 25
2:10 pm EDT
Sun Apr 26
7:10 pm EDT
Mon Apr 27
at CIN
7:10 pm EDT
Tue Apr 28
at CIN


St. Louis7-37-3
Brewers' Matt Garza surrenders five runs in loss vs. Pirates
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Brewers pitcher Matt Garza took the loss Sunday, giving up five earned runs on seven hits and three walks in six innings while striking out three in his team's 5-2 defeat against the Pirates.

Garza, who also hit a batter and uncorked two wild pitches Sunday, gave up a pair of runs in the first inning and then a solo home run in the third to fall behind for good. The Pirates were able to tack two more runs onto his line in the sixth.

"If he doesn't allow those last two runs, it's a pretty good outing," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said to MLB.com. "He just gets in different situations where he'll make a good pitch and then all of a sudden he'll leave one up and we see the results of it."

Garza (1-2) has struggled in two of his three starts this season, putting together a 5.40 ERA and 9:9 K:BB ratio in 16 2/3 innings.

"I've just got to stay with the process," Garza said. "It's going to turn."

He's scheduled to face the Cardinals, the only team he's beat this season, Friday.

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Brewers' Ryan Braun batting third, Aramis Ramirez off Sunday
by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun is back in the No. 3 spot in the lineup Sunday one day after batting leadoff against the Pirates.

The Brewers stacked the lineup with righties against a left-handed starter Saturday, and Braun made his first career start as a leadoff hitter, going 2 for 3 with two singles, getting plunked once and scoring a run in his team's 6-2 loss. He's back in his normal position for Sunday's series finale.

Third baseman Aramis Ramirez is out of the starting lineup Sunday for the first time this season. He'll be replaced at third base by Luis Jimenez.

The Brewers are underdogs (+155) in Pittsburgh Sunday.

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Battered Brewers starter Lohse expresses frustration
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Brewers veteran starter Kyle Lohse actually improved his ERA after giving up six runs in six innings Saturday.

And that frustrates him.

Lohse fell to 0-3 with his loss in Pittsburgh. His ERA is 10.34.

"I know what to do. I just got to go out there and do it," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "The frustrating part is it's so close. But it doesn't matter because the results are really crappy. I've got to go out there and make better pitches. That's the bottom line."

The 36-year-old Lohse, the team's Opening Day starter, is 54-30 over the last four seasons and his ERA has not topped 3.54 during that time.

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Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse shelled for six runs in start Saturday
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse allowed six runs on six hits in Milwaukee's 6-2 loss to the Pirates Saturday. Lohse was tagged early on, when he allowed the first three hitters he faced to reach base, including an RBI double by Gregory Polanco. 

Starling Marte then added a single and drove home two runs. Lohse settled down a bit, but ran into trouble again the fifth, allowing a three-run home run to Marte, driving home Andrew McCutchen and Neil Walker.

Lohse, now 0-3 on the year, added four strikeouts and three walks in the game and now boasts a 10.34 ERA. He will look for his first win of the year Thursday against the Reds.

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Brewers' Ryan Braun bats leadoff for first time in career
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun was slotted in the leadoff position in the team's starting lineup on Saturday, the first time in his career he's batted leadoff. 

The Brewers' lineup had other major changes on Saturday. Martin Maldonado will bat seventh and catch, in just his fourth game of 2015. Regular catcher Jonathan Lucroy replaces Adam Lind at first base. 

"Trying to do something different, getting [Braun] sparked," Roenicke said to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "He's had better at-bats, but just to get his mind off some things and maybe on something else. Then also, I think he is swinging the bat better. He's just not getting hits. Put him in a little different atmosphere. Hopefully he can get on base for us and have the other guys drive him in."

Hector Gomez gets the start at second base, batting sixth. He replaces Scooter Gennett

Logan Schaefer is in center field, batting eighth. It will be his first start of the season.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGJean Segura , SS.350
HRJean Segura , SS1
RBICarlos Gomez , CF6
OBPAdam Lind , 1B.405
SLGAdam Lind , 1B.500
RJean Segura , SS5
SBJean Segura , SS2
WJimmy Nelson , SP1
ERAJimmy Nelson , SP1.50
WHIPJimmy Nelson , SP0.75
KJimmy Nelson , SP12
SVFrancisco Rodriguez , RP1
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