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What we learned: March 26, 2015

Today's lessons include a tie for the Brewers, a few players trying to make the 25-man roster, and more season previews.

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Yesterday’s Results

Brewers 9, Athletics 9

The Brewers got off to a quick start against Seattle stater Sonny Gray, tallying six earned runs off of him in 2 2/3 innings. The offense was led by Carlos Gomez with a 2-for-4 day, including a home run and three RBI, and Ryan Braun with a 3-for-4 day. On the pitching side, Jimmy Nelson got hit for four runs in five innings (though only one of those was earned), and Chris Perez allowed a run on a home run. The Brewers led 9-5 entering the ninth inning, but Jeremy Jeffress allowed four earned runs to tie it for the Athletics, and the game was called after the ninth inning as a tie.

Brewers News and Analysis

NL Central Update

Team W L
Cardinals 10 7
Reds 10 9
Pirates 10 9
Brewers 9 11
Cubs 9 13

Yesterday’s Scores

  • Cardinals 1, Nationals 0
  • Mariners 3, Cubs 2
  • Reds 5, Rangers 0
  • Pirates had the day off.

Today’s Games

  • Braves @ Pirates - 12:05 pm
  • Marlins @ Cardinals - 12:05 pm
  • Reds @ Indians - 3:05 pm
  • Angels @ Cubs - 6:05 pm

Around Baseball

Roster News

Other Notes

Today’s Action

The Brewers are back at Maryvale to play the Mariners this afternoon at 3:05 pm. Mike Fiers will make the start in a game that will only be available on