Milwaukee Brewers defeat New York Mets, 8-6

Chris Capuano thought he would be more emotional upon donning a Milwaukee uniform again.

Maybe it hadn't set in yet. Maybe the sense of immense satisfaction trumped all other feelings.

Whatever he was feeling inside, the 31-year-old left-hander remained calm when discussing his return to the major leagues Saturday after two years on the comeback trail from his second "Tommy John" reconstructive elbow surgery.

"It feels good to be back," said Capuano, whose contrac...

After Corey Hart won his salary arbitration case over the winter in the wake of a down 2009 season, he became Public Enemy No. 1 in the eyes of many Milwaukee Brewers fans.

Yes, that was the same Corey Hart getting a curtain call Saturday night at Miller Park.

Building on the momentum of his first career walk-off homer the previous evening, Hart socked his first career grand slam in his first at-bat and added a two-run shot next time up to propel the Brewers to an 8-...

MILWAUKEE - The Mets were road kill once again Saturday night as Fernando Nieve's spot start was a dud and the Met bats, though productive, couldn't keep up with the powerful Brewers.

Nieve was gone after two poor innings and Corey Hart hurt the Mets with homers again as the Mets fell, 8-6, to Milwaukee in front of 37,841 at Miller Park. Hart, who won Friday night's game with a homer to abruptly end the Mets' 35-inning scoreless streak, slugged a grand slam off Nieve in...