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What We Learned: Out to Los Angeles for a week

The Brewers began a week long road trip in Los Angeles yesterday.

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Milwaukee Brewers v Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Results

Angels 5, Brewers 2

Today’s Game

Brewers (Freddy Peralta) @ Angels (Matt Harvey) | 9:07 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

Josh Hader is the ultimate bullpen weapon, but the Brewers have to pick their spots
Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

While Josh Hader has been incredibly valuable out of the bullpen, they have to be careful when choosing their spots with where to use him to maximize his value.

Trout robs Yelich, who can only tip his cap
Adam McCalvy and Rhett Bollinger,

In last night’s game, two MVPs put their defense on display as they each robbed the other team of a hit in the game, with Mike Trout taking a home run away from Christian Yelich.

Does Crew’s Fast Start Point to Postseason?
Kyle Lobner, Shepherd Express

With an 8-2 start to the season, the Brewers’ chances of making the postseason are higher, and the numbers do give them a better chance to make it back this year.