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The Brewers were held to one hit last night as they lost to the Cardinals

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MLB: Milwaukee Brewers at St. Louis Cardinals Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday’s Results

Cardinals 3, Brewers 0

Today’s Game

Brewers (Gio Gonzalez) @ Cardinals (Michael Wacha) | 6:45 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

‘No excuses’ says Moose after near no-hitter
Adam McCalvy, Brewers.com

While a player pitching a one-hitter is something to appreciate, the offense does need to take some blame for not collecting more than 1 hit.

If Mike Moustakas and Yasmani Grandal can get back to slugging, that’d help the Brewers immensely
Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Moustakas and Grandal are in a prolonged slump, and players in this type of slump usually come out of it in a big way.

Lorenzo Cain is frustrated, but he could be back in the lineup as soon as Tuesday
Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Lorenzo Cain has been out of the lineup recovering, but he’s ready to get back to play and off of the bench.

Brewers Play a Long Game
Kyle Lobner, Shepherd Express

While Saturday’s game was a long and crazy one, it wasn’t the only one in Brewers history.