After a four game rehab stint with the Timber Rattlers, Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett is ready to return to the bigs. The trip down to the minors before coming off the disabled list is nothing new for the pros, but this time it was a homecoming in a way.
There will be no interim manager for the Milwaukee Brewers after the dismissal of Ron Roenicke. Instead the club announced Craig Counsel would be taking over at the helm, and signed the former player to a three year deal.
Manager Ron Roenicke is out after a collapse that saw the Brewers fall from the top of the NL Central to miss the playoffs in 2014, and then a 7-18 start to this season.
Opening Day is right around the corner, and on Saturday the Milwaukee Brewers announced the roster heading into the season. One that will include four players making the opening day roster for the first time in their careers.
At Brewers on Deck a year ago the franchise officially announced the signing of Matt Garza to the largest free agent contract in the team's history. This offseason has been much quieter, but at the same time the club expects to compete with the team they already have.
The Milwaukee Brewers officially announced a trade to send pitcher Yovani Gallardo to the Texas Rangers for right-hander Corey Knebel, infielder Luis Sardinas, and pitching prospect Marcos Diplan.
The Milwaukee Brewers announced on Friday afternoon that manager Ron Roenicke would be back for the 2015 season, but two assistants would not return.
Brewers bats go cold once again at Wrigley.
Bronson Arroyo once again got the better of the Brewers on Wednesday afternoon at Miller Park.
Milwaukee loses road series for first time in 2014.