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What We Learned: Weekend in New York

The Brewers head to New York to face the Mets this weekend.

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Washington Nationals v New York Mets Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Results

The Brewers had the day off.

This Weekend’s Games

Brewers @ Mets

Friday: Chase Anderson vs. Jacob deGrom | 6:10 pm
Saturday: Brandon Woodruff vs. Noah Syndergaard | 6:10 pm
Sunday: Zach Davies vs. Steven Matz | 12:10 pm

NL Central Standings

Team W L GB Recent Upcoming
Team W L GB Recent Upcoming
Cardinals 90 69 - 9/26: No Game 9/27-9/29: vs. Cubs
Brewers 89 70 1.0 9/26: Brewers 5, Reds 3 9/27-9/29: @ Rockies
Cubs 82 77 7.5 9/26: Pirates 9, Cubs 5 9/27-9/29: @ Cardinals
Reds 73 86 16.5 9/26: Brewers 5, Reds 3 9/27-9/29: @ Pirates
Pirates 68 91 23.5 9/26: Pirates 9, Cubs 5 9/27-9/29: vs. Reds

Coverage from BCB

Around the Web

The Brewers are going to hit a lot of home runs
Matt Provenzano, Beyond the Box Score

The Brewers are utilizing launch angles to send more home runs out and post some strong stats.

Haudricourt: Starting pitching has been an issue, but an inconsistent offense shares the blame for the Brewers’ skid
Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

While the Brewers pitching takes a huge portion of the blame for the Brewers struggles, the offense has had their own share of trouble lately.

Christian Yelich has some wild home-road splits
Mike Petriello,

While Christian Yellich is playing some crazy baseball at home, his numbers on the road have been very quiet.