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What We Learned: First All-Star update is out

The first update for All-Star Voting is out, and several Brewers have cases to make the All-Star team.

MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates at Milwaukee Brewers Michael McLoone-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday’s Results

The Brewers had the day off.


Today’s Game

Brewers (Freddy Peralta) @ Astros (Brad Peacock) | 7:10 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

Five eye-opening stats that illustrate how good five potential Milwaukee Brewers all-stars have been
JR Radcliffe and Curt Hogg, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

At least five Brewers have cases to make the All-Star team, and each have a strong stat in their favor to make the team.

Brewers’ Mike Moustakas a hit at the plate and in the field
Andrew Wagner, Wisconsin State Journal

Mike Moustakas signed a one-year deal with the Brewers to prove himself, and so far he’s been doing plenty to prove himself this season.

Braun’s Big Bounce Back
Kyle Lobner, Shepherd Express

While the success of the Brewers aren’t as tied to Ryan Braun’s performance as in the past, his success can ensure that the Brewers have a strong year.