Minnesota scores first 12 runs of the game to take two of three games in the series.
The young right-hander has effectively mixed his changeup with a 96 mph fastball to keep hitters guessing.
Manny Pina accounts for two of Milwaukee's four home runs, and the bullpen throws five shutout innings.
The right-hander has not allowed a run in seven innings over his last two outings, giving up two hits and two walks while striking out 14 batters.
Eddie Rosario provides the big hit as Milwaukee falls to 1-5 at Miller Park.
Logan Morrison is designated for assignment after batting .120 with one home run.
Every time Bob Kendrick steps out of his office, the President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum gets to walk through the past.
He collects three hits and drives in a pair of runs in victory against Reds.
Milwaukee uses a six-run sixth inning to avoid being swept by Cincinnati.
There’s no margin for error for pitchers in the Kenosha Series.
A first-inning home run off Milwaukee starter Brett Anderson is more than enough for Cincinnati.
Plate discipline is one of the slugger's issues, manager Craig Counsell says.
Everything was going according to plan for Justice Bigbie.
The left-hander allows six runs in the second inning.
"I was kind of feeling like I could control the at-bat a little bit better and kind of had somewhat of a say of how it went," the outfielder said.
Nobody knew what to expect when it was announced that this season’s Northwoods League schedule in Kenosha would consist of two teams playing e…
Jedd Gyorko homers and drives in three runs as Milwaukee beats Chicago 8-3 for a split of the four-game home-and-home series.
Watch as Brewers TV voices Bill Schroeder and Brian Anderson break down the wild series of events as Christian Yelich hits an inside-the-park …
He'll pitch Friday against the Reds, his first start since Sept. 28 last season for the Padres.
The Kenosha Kingfish and the K-Town Bobbers will continue their Northwoods League Kenosha Series at Simmons Field with a doubleheader today.
Eric Sogard's RBI single in the third inning is all Milwaukee needs during a 1-0 victory in Chicago.
The outfielder, hitting .088, is given a "mental break," Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell says.