Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
6 days ago

Carter hit his 30th home run and walked twice in a 1-for-2 game Monday against the Rockies.

EDGE Analysis

Carter has hammered three home runs in the past four games. Monday's blast gave him his second 30 home run season of his career, his first since he hit 37 with the Astros in 2014. Carter continues to rake at Miller Park -- 21 of his 30 home runs have come at his home park, one of the best hitter's yards in the league.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
1 week ago

Carter finished 2-for-4, including his 28th home run of the season, in Friday's 7-6 loss to Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

The fifth inning shot to deep center field -- the first of three Brewers' home runs -- was the longest recorded home run at Safeco Field (465 feet). The powerful first baseman leads the league in strikeouts and holds a pedestrian .221/.315/.483 line.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
3 weeks ago

Carter carried the Milwaukee offense with one big swing Wednesday, going 1-for-4 with a three-run homer against Atlanta.

EDGE Analysis

He'd been in the midst of a small power drought, having gone seven straight games without a homer before Wednesday. That sort of thing hasn't been uncommon for Carter, whose 26 homers have largely come in bunches this season, often with slumps in between. With that in mind, look for him to hit a few more in the coming days.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
3 weeks ago

Carter is out of the lineup Sunday against the Diamondbacks.

EDGE Analysis

Milwaukee's slugger will have the day off, as Andy Wilkins is set to start at first base for Sunday's game. Carter, who's hit two home runs over the last seven days, will likely return to the lineup Monday when the Brewers begin their series against the Braves.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
4 weeks ago

Carter went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in Monday's loss at Petco Park, giving him 25 on the season.

EDGE Analysis

The all-or-nothing first baseman has been checking the "all" category a lot lately, going yard three times in the last four games while failing to collect any other hits. This type of production is nothing new for Carter, who has smacked 115 homers in the last four seasons without breaking a .227 average in any of those individual campaigns. It's surprising that he didn't strike out in this one considering he does so 33.1 percent of the time.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
4 weeks ago

Carter went 1-for-2 with a solo homer and two walks Sunday against the Pirates.

EDGE Analysis

Carter launched his 24th bomb of 2016 to close out the scoring for the Brewers in the fifth inning of a home victory. He just completed his worst hitting month of the year, as he only collected 14 hits in 81 at-bats, and he's now slashing .217/.305/.481 on the season.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
1 month ago

Carter went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Friday's 3-1 victory over the Pirates.

EDGE Analysis

Carter's first-inning blast was all the Brewers needed on a night when their starter, Junior Guerra, twirled a doozy over 8.2 innings. It was Carter's 23rd homer of the season and his first since July 8. The first baseman's .217 average leaves much to be desired, but he's now on pace to challenge the 40-homer mark, a feat that would also set a career high for the 29-year-old slugger playing in his seventh MLB season.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
1 month ago

Carter is not in the lineup for Monday's series opener against the Diamondbacks.

EDGE Analysis

Carter will get his first rest since July 4 after collecting just one hit in 16 at-bats over the last four games. Jonathan Lucroy will move out from behind the plate to man first, while Martin Maldanado will catch Chase Anderson and bat eighth for the Brewers.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
2 months ago

Carter went 2-for-4 with a pair of solo homers Friday against the Cardinals.

EDGE Analysis

Both of Carter's bombs came off of Michael Wacha, and the second one gave them a 3-2 lead in the sixth inning in a game the Brewers would go on to win. He now has three homers in seven July games to give him 22 on the season.

Chris Carter
1B/DH MIL
2 months ago

Carter is out of the lineup Sunday against the Nationals.

EDGE Analysis

Carter has been surprisingly durable for the Brewers this season, starting 77 of 81 games at first base. He'll get a regular day off for Monday's early contest, however, giving way to Jonathan Lucroy at first base while Martin Maldonado mans the backstop.