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— Rowdy Tellez stayed calm long enough to deliver the kind of moment that produced bedlam from an adoring home crowd.
Brewers manager Craig Counsell said John Axford has significant elbow damage and is going over his options after an injury foiled the 38-year-old reliever's comeback attempt. Also, pitcher Eric Lauer joined the team's growing COVID-19 injured list.
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— Brewers starter Adrian Houser was pulled with a no-hitter intact in the seventh inning, and Gregory Polanco and the Pittsburgh Pirates rallied to eventually beat Milwaukee 8-5 in the 10th Tuesday night.
Brewers reliever John Axford was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday, one day after his first major league appearance since 2018 was cut short by a right elbow injury.
— Eduardo Escobar made one heck of an initial impression on Milwaukee fans in his first home game as a Brewer.
John Axford made his first major league appearance since 2018 on Monday night but retired just one of the five batters he faced before leaving with an elbow problem.
— Willy Adames hit an early homer off Charlie Morton, Brett Anderson pitched 5 2/3 strong innings, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Atlanta Braves 2-1 on Sunday.
— Dansby Swanson hit a grand slam and a two-run shot and drove in a career-high seven runs to lead the Atlanta Braves to an 8-1 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday night.
Milwaukee Brewers pitchers Jake Cousins and Hunter Strickland tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday and will be placed in quarantine in the latest cases to affect the NL Central leaders.
— The Milwaukee Brewers are playing so well they're not even fazed by a first-inning, four-run deficit.
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The NL Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers made two more moves Friday to boost their roster for a playoff push, acquiring relievers John Curtiss from the Miami Marlins and Daniel Norris from the Detroit Tigers.
— Manny Piña hit two homers and drove in a career-high five runs as the Milwaukee Brewers routed the Pittsburgh Pirates 12-0 on Thursday night.
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— Lorenzo Cain and Luis Urias hit two-run doubles, Adrian Houser pitched five scoreless innings and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 on Wednesday night.
The Brewers added another infielder to their roster on Wednesday, trading with the Diamondbacks for veteran Eduardo Escobar in exchange for two prospects.
— Omar Narvaez homered and had four RBI, Brett Anderson pitched six strong innings and the Milwaukee Brewers scored eight runs in the first two innings to roll past the Pittsburgh Pirates for a 9-0 victory on Tuesday night.
Former MVP Christian Yelich, 29, will be out a minimum of 10 days for the first-place Milwaukee Brewers after he tested positive for COVID-19 this week, but he is in "good spirits," the team said.
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