Which up-and-comers have jumped onto Kiley McDaniel's radar in 2021?
— Jon Lester notched his 200th career win, Nolan Arenado hit a two-run homer and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the NL Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 Monday night for their ninth consecutive win.
— Patrick Wisdom set a Chicago Cubs record for homers by a rookie on a day that exemplified his feast-or-famine approach.
Manny Pina homered twice, Eduardo Escobar and Jace Peterson also connected, and the Brewers clinched their fourth straight postseason berth with a 6-4 victory over the Cubs on Saturday night.
— Kolten Wong and the Milwaukee Brewers moved a step closer to clinching the NL Central title by continuing their season-long domination of the Chicago Cubs.
Which squads are rising and falling as teams start punching their postseason tickets?
— Dustin Garneau homered and drove in two runs, rookie Matt Manning combined with the bullpen on a three-hitter and the Detroit Tigers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 on Wednesday to complete a two-game sweep.
Brewers star Christian Yelich is purchasing 10,000 tickets to an upcoming home series and giving them away for free, the team announced Wednesday.
As the end of the season looms, several MLB award races don't yet have a clear winner. Who has the edge?
— Derek Hill hit a leadoff RBI double in the 11th inning, giving the Detroit Tigers a 1-0 win over Milwaukee on Tuesday night and snapping the Brewers' five-game win streak.
Ryan Braun put up huge numbers in his time with the Brewers, but his 2013 PED suspension -- and how he handled it -- cast a shadow over his career.
Ryan Braun, who leads the Milwaukee Brewers with 352 career home runs and ranks near the top of almost every offensive category for the franchise, has officially announced his retirement.
— In a sometimes sticky season, Corbin Burnes got a grip on history.
Brewers ace Corbin Burnes and closer Josh Hader combined to shut down the Indians on Saturday night for the record-breaking ninth no-hitter of the MLB season.
— Milwaukee ace Corbin Burnes combined with reliever Josh Hader to pitch baseball’s record ninth no-hitter this season, breaking a mark set when pitchers began throwing overhand in 1884 as the Brewers beat the Cleveland Indians 3-0 on Saturday night.
With teams jockeying for a limited number of spots, which squads are rising and falling?
— Eduardo Escobar hit a tiebreaking solo homer in the sixth inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers topped the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 on Wednesday night.
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"He looks very comfortable out there in all situations and at all times and rarely makes a mistake," said HoFer Robin Yount of Wednesday's inductee, Derek Jeter, in our 2011 interview. Yount, a fellow shortstop (who moved to the outfield because of injuries), added, "He's just the consummate player, makes the big plays and gets the big hits when you need them and he's done what just about every ballplayer could ever dream of…and has had a fabulous career under the biggest spotlight there is."
— Eric Lauer is pitching better as the season gets later.
Labor Day is over and the playoff races are headed down to the wire. Here's everything you need to know about September baseball.
More than a month after the trade deadline, how do the contenders' trades look now that their big acquisitions have settled into their roles?
— Bryce Harper hit an early home run, Brad Miller connected twice and Jean Segura added a grand slam, leading Zack Wheeler and the Philadelphia Phillies to a 12-0 romp over the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday.
— Adrian Houser pitched Milwaukee's first complete-game shutout since 2014, throwing a crisp three-hitter that led the Brewers over the St. Louis Cardinals 4-0 Saturday night.