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56-70, 4th in NL Cent
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How do Brewers rank in intangibles?

Milwaukee fans will love to see where Orlando Arcia ranks in terms of speed, but the same can't be said for Ryan Bruan and his baserunning skills. And what about Chris Carter in the power department? Dan Szymborski breaks it down. Ranking "intangible" tools (Insider)

Sicks Stadium had a not-so-sick name

With the White Sox soon to be playing at Guaranteed Rate Field, David Schoenfield took a look back at other bad ballpark names. The 1969 expansion Seattle Pilots played at Sicks Stadium for one season before moving to Milwaukee. Apparently, "Whooping Cough Stadium" and "Typhoid Fever Ballpark" were already taken. Bad ballpark names

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Braun in midst of another 10-HR month

Ryan Braun hit two home runs, giving him 10 for August, in the Brewers' win on Wednesday. It's the third time that Braun his hit at least 10 homers in a month (also July 2007 and May 2008). That ties Gorman Thomas for the second-most months with double-digit homers in team history, behind Prince Fielder's five, per the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Another brawny day for Braun

Ryan Braun homered twice Wednesday afternoon against the Rockies in the Brewers' 7-1 win at Miller Park.

Lineup: Brewers (55-70) vs. Rockies (60-66)

  • 1. Jonathan Villar, 3B (S)
  • 2. Keon Broxton, CF (R)
  • 3. Ryan Braun, LF (R)
  • 4. Hernan Perez, 2B (R)
  • 5. Chris Carter, 1B (R)
  • 6. Domingo Santana, RF (R)
  • 7. Orlando Arcia, SS (R)
  • 8. Martin Maldonado, C (R)
  • 9. Zach Davies, RHP
  • Daily lineups

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Seattle Pilots barely remembered beyond 'Ball Four'

The Seattle Pilots existed for one season before moving to Milwaukee and didn't leave much behind, other than a scathing book. But the Mariners might not exist without them, Jim Caple writes.

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Woman hit by liner during Rockies-Brewers game

Miller Park ushers quickly called for medical assistance, and the woman was assisted for about 8 minutes before being carried out on a sitting stretcher.

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Chris Carter crushes homer No. 30

Carter is the fifth player in Brewers franchise history to hit 30 or more home runs in his first season with the team, the Elias Sports Bureau notes. The others:

  • Larry Hisle (34 HRs in 1978)
  • Rob Deer (33 in 1986)
  • Carlos Lee (32 in 2005)
  • Ryan Braun (34 in 2007)

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Brewers hold steady in Power Rankings

The Brewers have struggled as of late and just lost their third consecutive series over the weekend. One bright spot is Keon Broxton, who's been raking since being recalled from the minors on July 25. Week 20 Power Rankings

Brewers pull off rare comeback win

Milwaukee overcame a three-run deficit in the ninth inning to beat Seattle 7-6 on Sunday. It's the first time the Brewers have won a game after trailing by at least three runs when they came to bat in the ninth inning in more than five years (July 2, 2011), the Elias Sports Bureau reports.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Devastating loss for the Mariners, blowing a 6-3 lead in the ninth at home to the struggling Brewers. With Edwin Diaz unavailable after throwing too many pitches on Friday, Tom Wilhelmsen and Vidal Nuno couldn't hold the lead. That's six games the Mariners have lost while leading going into the ninth. As our colleague Tim Kurkjian likes to say, circle this game.

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Chris Carter remains a trade candidate

Need a right-handed power bat? Then, Carter is your guy. However, his team-friendly contract situation could mean he doesn't get far through the waiver order, Jim Bowden writes. Players who could be traded by Aug. 31 (Insider)

ESPN Stats & Info

Friday's longest home runs

Chris Carter's 456-foot blast went deep to center field and was the second-longest of his career. Chris Davis wasn't far behind with his fourth homer in three games.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs52124th
Batting Average.24724th
On Base Percentage.32710th
Slugging Percentage.40321st
Earned Run Average4.3320th
Quality Starts48Tied-24th
WHIP1.4226th
BAA.26726th

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