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What we learned: September 26, 2014

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Today's lessons include the beginning of offseason planning after the collapse finally completed.

David Kohl-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday's Results

Reds 5, Brewers 3

The collapse is officially complete. With the Brewers loss yesterday, they were officially eliminated from playoff contention. Yovani Gallardo only pitched into the sixth inning, allowing five runs on ten hits. Only three of those runs were earned, though, as the Brewers defense committed three errors in the game. The Brewers had their chances to score, with runners in scoring position in a few different innings. However, they only managed to put up three runs.

Cram Session

The Collapse

Offseason Planning

Other Notes

Minor League Update

Division Update

Team W L GB
Cardinals 88 71 -
Pirates 87 72 1
Brewers 81 78 7
Reds 74 85 14
Cubs 71 88 17

This Weekend's Division Games

  • Cardinals @ Diamondbacks
    Friday: Michael Wacha vs. Trevor Cahill - 8:40 pm
    Saturday: Lance Lynn vs. Wade Miley - 7:10 pm
    Sunday: Adam Wainwright vs. Josh Collmenter - 3:10 pm
  • Pirates @ Reds
    Friday: Vance Worley vs. Mike Leake - 6:10 pm
    Saturday: Francisco Liriano vs. Alfredo Simon - 12:05 pm
    Sunday: Gerrit Cole vs. Johnny Cueto - 12:10 pm

This Weekend's Action

There are three games left to finish the season, and all of those are at home against the Cubs. Brewers need to win one game to ensure a winning record in 2014, but that's about all they are playing for this weekend. Here are the starting matchups:

Friday: Eric Jokisch vs. Jimmy Nelson - 7:10 pm
Saturday: Tsuyoshi Wada vs. Wily Peralta - 6:10 pm
Sunday: Kyle Hendricks vs. Mike Fiers - 1:10 pm

(For those of you outside the Brewers & Cubs markets, all games this weekend will be free to watch on MLB.TV.)