The Brewers got off to a 5-17 start and finished April with the worst record in baseball.
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May 3 – Ron Roenicke fired
After an abysmal start to the season the Brewers fired Ron Roenicke on May 3. Roenicke was the Brewers' manager for four-plus seasons and led them to a 342-331 record during his tenure.
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May 18 – Scooter Gennett demoted
The 2015 season began with hopes that Scooter Gennett would be the every day second baseman. However, not a lot went right early in the season for Milwaukee and Gennett was one of those things that went wrong. The second baseman got off to a bad start and was optioned to Triple-A. He has since been recalled.
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April 29, May 15 – Ryan Braun's pair of multi-homer games
A healthy Ryan Braun has been a welcomed sight for Brewers fans this season. Not only do Brewers fans enjoy seeing a healthy Braun play right field every day, but they also enjoy watching his power. Braun has put his power on display several times this season, most notably in a pair of two-homer games.
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June 9 – K-Rod moves into ninth place all-time
With his 352nd career save, Francisco Rodriguez moved into ninth-place on baseball's all-time saves list.