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What We Learned: Brewers swap left-handers, acquire Cesar Jimenez and trade Neal Cotts.

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The Brewers swapped left-handed pitchers on the roster over the weekend, claiming Cesar Jimenez off waivers and trading Neal Cotts to the Twins. We discuss that and more in today's What We Learned.

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This Weekend's Results

Brewers 10, Nationals 3

Sometimes everything comes together in a game, and it ends up being a very nice game. Jonathan Lucroy went 3-for-5 with two runs scored and one RBI, Adam Lind and Elian Herrera also had multi-hit games, and Domingo Santana homered in his Brewers debut. Meanwhile, Jimmy Nelson was ok in 5.1 IP, allowing two runs. Kyle Lohse finished the game for his first career save.

Nationals 6, Brewers 1

All pitchers have bad days, and this was one of those for Taylor Jungmann. He only lasted four innings as he allowed five runs on seven hits and three runs, though he still struck out five in the loss. Meanwhile, the Brewers offense was held in check by Joe Ross, who limited the Brewers to a run on a Khris Davis home run.

Nationals 9, Brewers 5

While Jungmann had a bad day Saturday night, Matt Garza was worse on Sunday. He allowed seven runs on eight hits and six walks. It was the first time a Brewers starting pitcher allowed six walks in a game since May 14, 2012. The Brewers offense did manage five runs, four of those coming off of home runs from Jonathan Lucroy, Scooter Gennett, and Khris Davis. However, it was not enough to overcome Garza's bad start.

Brewers News & Notes
Minor League Update
Team Level Record This Weekend Today
Colorado Springs Sky Sox AAA 54-74 Friday: Colorado Springs 5, Tacoma 2
Saturday: Tacoma 7, Colorado Springs 4
Sunday: Colorado Springs 3, El Paso 2
Colorado Springs @ El Paso
Biloxi Shuckers AA 71-52 Friday: Biloxi 3, Jackson 0
Saturday: Biloxi 2, Jackson 1
Sunday: Mobile 3, Biloxi 2
Mobile @ Biloxi
Brevard County Manatees A+ 53-71 Friday: Brevard County 6, Clearwater 5
Saturday: Brevard County 5, Clearwater 1
Sunday: Lakeland 1, Brevard County 0
Brevard County @ Lakeland
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers A 43-81 Friday: Wisconsin 2, Peoria 1
Saturday: Peoria 4, Wisconsin 2
Sunday: Wisconsin 9, Peoria 5
Burlington @ Wisconsin
DSL Brewers R 32-40 Friday: DSL Mets2 9, DSL Brewers 5
Saturday: DSL Mets2 8, DSL Brewers 2
End of Season
Helena Brewers R 23-36 Friday: Helena 8, Great Falls 1
Saturday: Helena 8, Great Falls 4
Sunday: Helena 6, Great Falls 2
Great Falls @ Helena
AZL Brewers R 23-28 Friday: AZL White Sox 11, AZL Brewers 1
Saturday: AZL Royals 5, AZL Brewers 1
AZL Brewers @ AZL Padres

News & Notes

  • The DSL Brewers ended their season over the weekend with a final record of 32-40.
NL Central Update
Team W L
Cardinals 78 45
Pirates 74 48
Cubs 71 51
Brewers 53 72
Reds 51 71
  • Cardinals @ Padres
    Friday: Padres 9, Cardinals 3
    Saturday: Padres 8, Cardinals 0
    Sunday: Cardinals 10, Padres 3
  • Giants @ Pirates
    Friday: Giants 6, Pirates 4
    Saturday: Pirates 3, Giants 2
    Sunday: Pirates 5, Giants 2
  • Braves @ Cubs
    Friday: Cubs 5, Braves 3
    Saturday: Cubs 9, Braves 7
    Sunday: Cubs 9, Braves 3
  • Diamondbacks @ Reds
    Friday: Diamondbacks 6, Reds 3
    Saturday: Diamondbacks 11, Reds 7
    Sunday: Diamondbacks 4, Reds 0

Today's Division Games

  • Indians (Corey Kluber) @ Cubs (Jon Lester) - 1:05 pm
  • Pirates (J.A. Happ) @ Marlins (Tom Koehler) - 6:10 pm
  • Tigers (Buck Farmer) @ Reds (Keyvius Sampson) - 6:10 pm
  • Cardinals (Lance Lynn) @ Diamondbacks (Robbie Ray) - 9:10 pm
Today's Action

The Brewers have the day off. They begin a two-game series in Cleveland tomorrow evening.