2008 Milwaukee Brewers
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Location
Results
Record90–72 (.556)
Divisional place2nd
Other information
Owner(s)Mark Attanasio
General manager(s)Doug Melvin
Manager(s)Ned Yost
Dale Sveum
Local televisionWMLW-CA
FSN Wisconsin
(Brian Anderson, Bill Schroeder)
Local radio620 WTMJ
(Bob Uecker, Jim Powell)
StatsESPN.com
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The 2008 Milwaukee Brewers season opened with optimism as the team attempted to build on the success of the 2007 season – their first winning season since 1992.

With 12 games remaining in the regular season, manager Ned Yost was fired and replaced with bench coach Dale Sveum. Under Sveum, the team completed the regular season 7-5, finishing second place in the National League Central with a record of 90-72 and winning the NL Wild Card. With the Wild Card berth, the team clinched its first playoff berth in 26 years.

In the NLDS, the Brewers were defeated 3-1 by the Philadelphia Phillies, who went on to win the World Series.

Regular season

The Brewers played 20 extra inning games, the most of any MLB team in 2008.[1]

Season standings

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Chicago Cubs 97 64 0.602 55–26 42–38
Milwaukee Brewers 90 72 0.556 49–32 41–40
Houston Astros 86 75 0.534 11 47–33 39–42
St. Louis Cardinals 86 76 0.531 11½ 46–35 40–41
Cincinnati Reds 74 88 0.457 23½ 43–38 31–50
Pittsburgh Pirates 67 95 0.414 30½ 39–42 28–53


Record vs. opponents


Source: [1]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 3–5 2–4 2–4 15–3 2–7 4–2 8–10 2–5 3–3 3–4 4–3 10–8 11–7 3–4 4–2 6–9
Atlanta 5–3 0–6 3–3 4–3 10–8 3–3 4–2 3–6 11–7 4–14 2–5 5–1 2–5 2–5 6–12 8–7
Chicago 4–2 6–0 8–7 5–1 4–3 8–9 5–2 9–7 4–2 3–4 14–4 5–2 4–3 9–6 3–3 6–9
Cincinnati 4–2 3–3 7–8 1–5 6–2 3–12 1–7 10–8 3–4 3–5 6–9 4–3 5–1 5–10 4–3 9–6
Colorado 3–15 3–4 1–5 5–1 5–3 3–3 8–10 4–3 3–6 0–5 5–2 9–9 11–7 3–4 4–3 7–8
Florida 7–2 8–10 3–4 2–6 3–5 4–2 3–4 5–1 8–10 10–8 3–2 4–2 3–3 2–5 14–3 5–10
Houston 2–4 3–3 9–8 12–3 3–3 2–4 4–3 7–8 5–2 3–4 8–8 3–3 7–1 7–8 4–2 7–11
Los Angeles 10–8 2–4 2–5 7–1 10–8 4–3 3–4 4–2 3–4 4–4 5–2 11–7 9–9 2–4 3–3 5–10
Milwaukee 5–2 6–3 7–9 8–10 3–4 1–5 8–7 2–4 2–4 1–5 14–1 4–3 6–0 10–5 6–2 7–8
New York 3–3 7–11 2–4 4–3 6–3 10–8 2–5 4–3 4–2 11–7 4–3 2–5 5–1 4–3 12–6 9–6
Philadelphia 4–3 14–4 4–3 5–3 5–0 8–10 4–3 4–4 5–1 7–11 4–2 4–2 3–3 5–4 12–6 4–11
Pittsburgh 3–4 5–2 4–14 9–6 2–5 2–3 8–8 2–5 1–14 3–4 2–4 3–4 4–2 10–7 3–4 6–9
San Diego 8–10 1–5 2–5 3–4 9–9 2–4 3–3 7–11 3–4 5–2 2–4 4–3 5–13 1–6 5–1 3–15
San Francisco 7–11 5–2 3–4 1–5 7–11 3–3 1–7 9–9 0–6 1–5 3–3 2–4 13–5 4–3 7–0 6–12
St. Louis 4–3 5–2 6–9 10–5 4–3 5–2 8–7 4–2 5–10 3–4 4–5 7–10 6–1 3–4 5–1 7–8
Washington 2–4 12–6 3–3 3–4 3–4 3–14 2–4 3–3 2–6 6–12 6–12 4–3 1–5 0–7 1–5 8–10


Roster

2008 Milwaukee Brewers
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Game log

2008 Game Log
March
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 March 31 @ Cubs 4 – 3 (10) Gagné (1-0) Howry (0-1) Riske (1) 41,089 1-0
April
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
2 April 2 @ Cubs 8 – 2 Suppan (1-0) Lilly (0-1) 39,468 2-0
3 April 3 @ Cubs 6 – 3 Dempster (1-0) Bush (0-1) Wood (1) 37,973 2-1
4 April 4 Giants 13 – 4 Villanueva (1-0) Sánchez (0-1) Torres (1) 45,212 3-1
5 April 5 Giants 5 – 4 Parra (1-0) Correia (0-1) Gagné (1) 30,574 4-1
6 April 6 Giants 7 – 0 Sheets (1-0) Zito (0-1) 44,014 5-1
7 April 8 Reds 3 – 2 (10) Torres (1-0) Weathers (0-1) 27,717 6-1
8 April 9 Reds 12 – 4 Fogg (1-1) Bush (0-2) 31,313 6-2
9 April 10 Reds 4 – 1 Harang (1-1) Villanueva (1-1) Cordero (2) 25,023 6-3
10 April 11 @ Mets 4 – 2 Figueroa (1-0) Parra (1-1) Wagner (1) 46,214 6-4
11 April 12 @ Mets 5 – 3 Sheets (2-0) Santana (1-2) Gagné (2) 54,701 7-4
12 April 13 @ Mets 9 – 7 Torres (2-0) Sosa (1-1) Gagné (3) 52,794 8-4
13 April 15 @ Cardinals 6 – 1 Looper (3-0) Bush (0-3) 39,438 8-5
14 April 16 @ Cardinals 5 – 4 Wainwright (2-1) Villanueva (1-2) Isringhausen (6) 40,712 8-6
15 April 17 @ Cardinals 5 – 3 (10) Shouse (1-0) Thompson (1-1) Gagné (4) 36,850 9-6
16 April 18 @ Reds 5 – 2 Sheets (3-0) Arroyo (0-2) Gagné (5) 32,629 10-6
17 April 19 @ Reds 5 – 3 (10) Mota (1-0) Weathers (0-2) Gagné (6) 26,410 11-6
18 April 20 @ Reds 4 – 3 (10) Burton (1-1) Gagné (1-1) 26,902 11-7
19 April 21 Cardinals 4 – 3 Franklin (1-1) Turnbow(0-1) Isringhausen (7) 31,240 11-8
20 April 22 Cardinals 9 – 8 (12) McClung(1-0) Isringhausen (1-1) 23,478 12-8
21 April 23 Phillies 5 – 4 Stetter (1-0) Hamels (2-3) Turnbow (1) 30,548 13-8
22 April 24 Phillies 3 – 1 Gordon (1-2) Riske(0-1) Lidge (5) 23,905 13-9
23 April 25 Marlins 3 – 0 Gregg (3-0) Mota (1-1) 40,088 13-10
24 April 26 Marlins 4 – 3 Torres (3-0) Pinto (1-1) Gagné (7) 44,169 14-10
25 April 27 Marlins 3 – 2 Lindstrom (1-0) McClung (1-1) Gregg (4) 41,656 14-11
26 April 29 @ Cubs 10 – 7 Sheets (4-0) Marquis (1-1) Gagné (8) 39,543 15-11
27 April 30 @ Cubs 19 – 5 Dempster (4-0) Suppan (1-1) 39,908 15-12
May
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
28 May 1 @ Cubs 4 – 3 Shouse (2-0) Wood (2-1) Gagné (9) 40, 849 16-12
29 May 2 @ Astros 7 – 4 Oswalt (3-3) Villanueva (1-3) Valverde (6) 39,715 16-13
30 May 3 @ Astros 6 – 2 Backe (2-3) Parra (1-2) 35,002 16-14
31 May 4 @ Astros 8 – 6 Byrdak (1-0) Stetter (1-1) 38,301 16-15
32 May 6 @ Marlins 3 – 0 Olsen (3-0) Suppan (1-2) Gregg (6) 10,113 16-16
33 May 7 @ Marlins 6 – 2 Badenhop (1-2) Bush (0-4) 10,405 16-17
34 May 8 @ Marlins 7 – 2 Kensing (1-0) Villanueva (1-4) 12,321 16-18
35 May 9 Cardinals 4 – 3 Shouse (3-0) Isringhausen (1-4) 42,705 17-18
36 May 10 Cardinals 5 – 3 Springer (1-0) Gagné (1-2) Franklin (2) 43,382 17-19
37 May 11 Cardinals 5 – 3 Suppan (2-2) Looper (5-2) Shouse (1) 41,197 18-19
38 May 12 Cardinals 8 – 3 Bush (1-4) Wainwright (3-2) Mota (1) 25,757 19-19
39 May 13 Dodgers 5 – 3 Villanueva (2-4) Penny (5-4) Gagné (10) 26,465 20-19
40 May 14 Dodgers 6 – 4 Broxton (2-1) Mota (1-2) Saito (6) 27,562 20-20
41 May 15 Dodgers 7 – 2 Billingsley (3-5) Sheets (4-1) 30,444 20-21
42 May 17 @ Red Sox 5 – 3 Matsuzaka (7-0) Suppan (2-3) 37,409 20-22
43 May 17 @ Red Sox 7 – 6 Hansen (1-2) Torres (3-1) Timlin (1) 37,847 20-23
44 May 18 @ Red Sox 11 – 7 Beckett (5-3) Villanueva (2-5) 37, 204 20-24
45 May 20 @ Pirates 7 – 2 Parra (2-2) Maholm (2-5) 11,761 21-24
46 May 21 @ Pirates 4 – 1 Sheets (5-1) Snell (2-3) 8,805 22-24
47 May 22 @ Pirates 8 – 4 Gorzelanny (4-4) Bush (1-5) 12,887 22-25
48 May 23 @ Nationals 5 – 1 Sanches (1-0) Suppan (2-4) 28,007 22-26
49 May 24 @ Nationals 5 – 2 McClung (2-1) Lannan (4-5) Torres (2) 30,029 23-26
50 May 25 @ Nationals 7 – 6 Rauch (3-1) Mota (1-3) 35,567 23-27
51 May 26 @ Nationals 4 – 3 Villanueva (3-5) Rivera (3-2) Torres (3) 28,552 24-27
52 May 27 Braves 3 – 2 Torres (4-1) Bennett (0-3) 28,872 25-27
53 May 28 Braves 1 – 0 Suppan (3-4) Reyes (2-3) Torres (4) 31,612 26-27
54 May 29 Braves 8 – 1 Campillo (2-0) McClung (2-2) 33,334 26-28
55 May 30 Astros 5 – 1 Parra (3-2) Backe 4-6 32,039 27-28
56 May 31 Astros 4 – 1 Sheets (6-1) Moehler (2-2) Torres (5) 42,913 28-28
June
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
57 June 1 Astros 10 – 1 Bush (2-5) Chacón (2-1) 44,613 29-28
58 June 2 D-backs 4 – 3 Mota (2-3) Slaten (0-2) Torres (6) 27,562 30-28
59 June 3 D-backs 7 – 1 McClung (3-2) Johnson (4-2) Shouse (2) 29,478 31-28
60 June 4 D-backs 10 – 1 Parra (4-2) Owings (6-4) 27,539 32-28
61 June 6 @ Rockies 6 – 4 Corpas (1-3) Mota (2-4) Fuentes (9) 30,558 32-29
62 June 7 @ Rockies 7 – 2 Reynolds (1-3) Bush (2-6) 37,283 32-30
63 June 8 @ Rockies 3 – 2 Suppan (4-4) Francis (2-6) Torres (7) 32,256 33-30
64 June 10 @ Astros 6 – 1 Oswalt (5-6) McClung (3-3) 35,058 33-31
65 June 11 @ Astros 10 – 6 Parra (5-2) Backe (4-8) 33,806 34-31
66 June 12 @ Astros 9 – 6 Sheets (7-1) Moehler (3-3) 35,709 35-31
67 June 13 Twins 10 – 2 Slowey (3-6) Bush (2-7) 38,586 35-32
68 June 14 Twins 9 – 4 Bass (3-2) Tavárez (0-1) 43,812 35-33
69 June 15 Twins 4 – 2 McClung (4-3) Baker (2-2) Torres (8) 41,693 36-33
70 June 17 Blue Jays 7 – 0 Parra (6-2) McGowan (5-5) 37,065 37-33
71 June 18 Blue Jays 5 – 4 Sheets (8-1) Marcum (5-4) 34,442 38-33
72 June 19 Blue Jays 8 – 7 Bush (3-7) Burnett (6-7) Torres (10) 35,173 39-33
73 June 20 Orioles 8 – 5 Cormier (1-2) Suppan (4-5) Sherrill (25) 36,526 39-34
74 June 21 Orioles 3 – 2 McClung (5-3) Cabrera (5-3) Torres (11) 42,521 40-34
75 June 22 Orioles 7 – 3 Parra (7-2) Olson (5-3) Torres (12) 43,517 41-34
76 June 23 @ Braves 4 – 1 Sheets (9-1) Reyes (3-5) 25,661 42-34
77 June 24 @ Braves 4 – 3 Bush (4-7) Morton (1-1) Torres (13) 29,224 43-34
78 June 25 @ Braves 4 – 2 Campillo (3-2) Suppan (4-6) González (2) 34,829 43-35
79 June 27 @ Twins 7 – 6 Guerrier (4-2) Mota (2-5) Nathan (22) 30,104 43-36
80 June 28 @ Twins 5 – 1 Parra (8-2) Hernández (8-5) 38,963 44-36
81 June 29 @ Twins 5 – 0 Slowey (5-6) Sheets (9-2) 30,655 44-37
82 June 30 @ D-backs 6 – 3 Davis (3-3) Bush (4-8) Lyon (17) 23,040 44-38
July
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
83 July 1 @ D-backs 8 – 6 Suppan (5-6) Johnson (4-7) Torres (14) 21,736 45-38
84 July 2 @ D-backs 4 – 3 Riske (1-1) Lyon (2-3) Torres (15) 22,324 46-38
85 July 3 @ D-backs 6 – 5 Rosales (1-0) Torres (4-2) 23,842 46-39
86 July 4 Pirates 9 – 1 Sheets (10-2) Gorzelanny (6-7) Villanueva (1) 41,463 47-39
87 July 5 Pirates 2 – 1 Gagné (2-2) Yates (3-2) 39,176 48-39
88 July 6 Pirates 11 – 6 Stetter (2-1) Bautista (1-2) 42,163 49-39
89 July 7 Rockies 4 – 3 Jiménez (4-8) McClung (5-4) Fuentes (14) 35,161 49-40
90 July 8 Rockies 7 – 3 Sabathia (7-8) Redman (2-4) 42,533 50-40
91 July 9 Rockies 8 – 3 Rusch (2-3) Sheets (10-3) 37,092 50-41
92 July 10 Rockies 11 – 1 Bush (5-8) de la Rosa (3-5) 43,389 51-41
93 July 11 Reds 6-5 Lincoln (1-2) Shouse (3-1) Cordero (19) 41,229 51-42
94 July 12 Reds 8-2 Vólquez (12-3) McClung (5-5) 43,556 51-43
95 July 13 Reds 3-2 Sabathia (8-8) Weathers (2-5) 42,108 52-43
96 July 18 @ Giants 9-1 Sabathia (9-8) Cain (5-8) 40,882 53-43
97 July 19 @ Giants 8-5 Villanueva (4-5) Matos (0-2) Torres (16) 36,852 54-43
98 July 20 @ Giants 7-4 Parra (9-2) Lincecum (11-3) Torres (17) 37,507 55-43
99 July 21 @ Cardinals 6-3 Torres (5-2) Franklin (3-3) 41,006 56-43
100 July 22 @ Cardinals 4-3 Shouse (4-1) McClellan(2-5) Torres (18) 41,955 57-43
101 July 23 @ Cardinals 3-0 Sabathia (10-8) Looper (9-8) 41,513 58-43
102 July 24 @ Cardinals 4-3 Gagné (3-2) Franklin(3-4) Torres (19) 41,233 59-43
103 July 25 Astros 3-1 Rodríguez (6-3) Parra (9-3) Valverde (26) 41,357 59-44
104 July 26 Astros 6-4 Gagné (4-2) Brocail (4-5) Torres (20) 43,489 60-44
105 July 27 Astros 11-6 Sampson (5-3) Suppan (5-7) 41,565 60-45
106 July 28 Cubs 6-4 Gaudin Torres (5-3) Mármol (5) 45,311 60-46
107 July 29 Cubs 7-1 Zambrano (12-4) Sheets (10-4) 45,069 60-47
108 July 30 Cubs 7-2 Dempster (12-4) Parra (9-4) 44,871 60-48
109 July 31 Cubs 11-4 Harden (1-1) Bush (5-9) 45,346 60-49
August
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
110 August 1 @ Braves 9-0 Suppan (6-7) James 32,238 61-49
111 August 2 @ Braves 4-2 Sabathia (5-0) Morton (2-5) Torres (21) 42,096 62-49
112 August 3 @ Braves 5-0 Campillo (6-4) Sheets (10-5) 21,997 62-50
113 August 4 @ Reds 6-3 Arroyo (10-8) Parra (9-5) Cordero (22) 24,706 62-51
114 August 5 @ Reds 8-1 Bush (6-9) Vólquez (13-5) 24,739 63-51
115 August 6 @ Reds 6-3 Suppan (7-7) Bailey (0-6) Torres (22) 26,602 64-51
116 August 8 Nationals 5-0 Sabathia (6-0) Balester (2-4) 43,209 65-51
117 August 9 Nationals 6-0 Sheets (11-5) Redding (8-7) 42,974 66-51
118 August 10 Nationals 5-4 Mota (3-5) Ayala (1-8) 42,423 67-51
119 August 11 Nationals 7-1 Bush (7-9) Mock (0-3) 42,196 68-51
120 August 12 @ Padres 5-2 Suppan (8-7) Baek (4-6) Torres (23) 28,373 69-51
121 August 13 @ Padres 7-1 Sabathia (7-0) Banks (3-5) 32,771 70-51
122 August 14 @ Padres 3-2 Peavy (9-8) Sheets (11-6) Hoffman (26) 30,145 70-52
123 August 15 @ Dodgers 5-3 Billingsley (12-9) Parra (9-6) Broxton (9) 44,547 70-53
124 August 16 @ Dodgers 4-3 (10) Torres (6-3) Broxton (3-4) Riske (2) 52,889 71-53
125 August 17 @ Dodgers 7-5 Beimel (4-0) Villanueva (4-6) 45,267 71-54
126 August 18 Astros 9-3 Sabathia (8-0) Wolf (8-11) 41,991 72-54
127 August 19 Astros 5-2 Moehler (9-4) Sheets (11-7) Valverde (32) 41,622 72-55
128 August 20 Astros 5-2 Parra (10-6) Rodríguez (7-6) Torres (24) 41,419 73-55
129 August 22 Pirates 10-4 Bush (8-9) Duke (4-12) 41,637 74-55
130 August 23 Pirates 6-3 Suppan (9-7) Gorzelanny (6-8) Torres (25) 43,293 75-55
131 August 24 Pirates 4-3 (12) Mota (4-5) Davis (1-4) 45,163 76-55
132 August 26 @ Cardinals 12-0 Sheets (12-7) Wellemeyer (11-5) 41,121 77-55
133 August 27 @ Cardinals 5-3 Franklin (5-5) Riske (1-2) Perez (6) 41,433 77-56
134 August 29 @ Pirates 3-1 Bush (9-9) Gorzelanny (6-9) Torres (26) 18,086 78-56
135 August 30 @ Pirates 11-3 Suppan (10-7) Maholm (8-8) 21,931 79-56
136 August 31 @ Pirates 7-0 Sabathia (9-0) Karstens (2-4) 21,293 80-56
September
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
137 September 1 Mets 4-2 Figueroa (3-3) Gagné (4-3) Ayala (4) 41,476 80-57
138 September 2 Mets 6-5 (10) Smith (3-3) Torres (6-4) Ayala (5) 36,587 80-58
139 September 3 Mets 9-2 Pérez (10-7) Bush (9-10) 26,236 80-59
140 September 4 Padres 5-2 Estes (2-1) Suppan (10-8) Hoffman (28) 33,182 80-60
141 September 5 Padres 3-2 (11) Shouse (5-1) Falkenborg (2-3) 41,519 81-60
142 September 6 Padres 1-0 Sheets (13-7) Peavy (9-10) 42,667 82-60
143 September 7 Padres 10-1 Young (5-5) Parra (10-7) 44,568 82-61
144 September 8 Reds 5-4 Burton (5-1) Torres (6-5) Cordero (28) 30,867 82-62
145 September 9 Reds 5-4 (11) Adkins (1-0) McClung (5-6) Cordero (29) 30,312 82-63
146 September 10 Reds 4-3 Mota (5-5) Weathers (2-6) Torres (27) 30,124 83-63
147 September 11 @ Phillies 6-3 Moyer (14-7) Sheets (13-8) Lidge (36) 39,994 83-64
148 September 13 @ Phillies 7-3 Hamels (13-9) Parra (10-8) 45,105 83-65
149 September 14 @ Phillies 7-3 Eyre (4-0) Mota (5-6) 43,950 83-66
150 September 14 @ Phillies 6-1 Myers (10-11) Suppan (10-9) 39,776 83-67
151 September 16 @ Cubs 5-4 Dempster (16-6) Sabathia (9-1) Wood (31) 40,738 83-68
152 September 17 @ Cubs 6-2 DiFelice (1-0) Marquis (10-9) 41,200 84-68
153 September 18 @ Cubs 7-6 (12) Wood (5-4) Villanueva (4-7) 40,678 84-69
154 September 19 @ Reds 11-2 Ramírez (1-0) Suppan (10-10) 20,855 84-70
155 September 20 @ Reds 4-3 Cueto (9-13) Sabathia (9-2) Cordero (32) 24,440 84-71
156 September 21 @ Reds 8-1 Coffey (1-0) Arroyo (15-11) 22,624 85-71
157 September 23 Pirates 7-5 Torres (7-5) Beam (2-2) 36,612 86-71
158 September 24 Pirates 4-2 Sabathia (10-2) Maholm (9-9) Torres (28) 31,164 87-71
159 September 25 Pirates 5-1 (10) Stetter (3-1) Chavez (0-1) 40,102 88-71
160 September 26 Cubs 5-1 McClung (6-6) Marshall (3-5) 44,084 89-71
161 September 27 Cubs 7-3 Lilly (17-9) Sheets (13-9) 45,288 89-72
162 September 28 Cubs 3-1 Sabathia (11-2) Howry (7-5) 45,299 90-72

Postseason

For the first time in 26 years (since 1982) the Brewers reached the playoffs.

They lost 3 games to 1 to the Philadelphia Phillies in the NLDS.

2008 Postseason Game Log
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 October 1 @ Philadelphia Phillies 1-3 Hamels Gallardo Lidge 45,929 0-1
2 October 2 @ Philadelphia Phillies 2-5 Myers Sabathia Lidge 46,208 0-2
3 October 4 Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 Bush Moyer Torres 43,992 1-2
4 October 5 Philadelphia Phillies 2-6 Blanton Suppan - 43,934 1-3

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

The Brewers' farm system consisted of six minor league affiliates in 2008.[2]

Level Team League Manager
Triple-A Nashville Sounds Pacific Coast League Frank Kremblas
Double-A Huntsville Stars Southern League Don Money
Class A-Advanced Brevard County Manatees Florida State League Mike Guerrero
Class A West Virginia Power South Atlantic League Jeff Isom
Rookie Helena Brewers Pioneer League Rene Gonzales
Rookie AZL Brewers Arizona League Tony Diggs

References

  • Game Logs:
1st Half: Milwaukee Brewers Game Log on ESPN.com
2nd Half: Milwaukee Brewers Game Log on ESPN.com
  1. ^ "Team Batting Game Finder: For 2008, Only extra-inning games, sorted by greatest number of games in a single season matching the selected criteria". Baseball Reference. Retrieved September 21, 2017.
  2. ^ "2008 Milwaukee Brewers Minor League Affiliates". Baseball-Reference. Sports Reference. Retrieved December 30, 2020.