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82-74, 2nd in NL Cent
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NL wild-card race keeps tightening

After losing five of six games, the Rockies' playoff odds are essentially a coin flip, by FiveThirtyEight's measure. The Brewers are just a game back after Saturday's win, while the Cardinals aren't out of it despite losing to the Pirates.

Arcia's ninth-inning HR saves Brewers (0:26)
Shaw saves Brewers with first career walk-off hit (0:50)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Brewers win one of the most thrilling games of the year, tying the Cubs on Orlando Arcia's home run in the ninth and then winning 4-3 on Travis Shaw's two-run walk-off home run in the 10th. Both homers came off Cubs closer Wade Davis as the Brewers avoid what would have been a third straight loss to the Cubs in 10 innings. Catching the Cubs is still unlikely, but the win puts pressure on the Rockies in the wild-card race.


Cubs take control in NL Central with 5-4 win over Brewers

Pinch hitter Tommy La Stella drew a bases-loaded walk off All-Star closer Corey Knebel with one out in the 10th inning, helping the Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 on Friday night to tighten their grip on the NL Central.

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Brewers farmhand still critical, in new hospital

Brewers general manager David Stearns says Julio Mendez remains in critical but stable condition at a Venezuelan hospital after being moved at the request of his family.

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Desperate Brewers continue series vs. Cubs

The Cubs are progressing towards another NL Central title, but the Brewers have a lot to play for one game behind for the second wild-card spot.

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Sweet relief: Baseball's best pitchers in the clutch

The Brewers are fighting to keep their postseason hopes alive, and it could come down to their bullpen. Which teams have the greatest advantage on the mound with the game on the line?


Rockies have little breathing room

The Rockies' shutout loss at San Diego has put them just above even money for the second wild-card berth. Meanwhile, the Brewers failed to capitalize with an extra-inning loss to the Cubs. The Cardinals were the main beneficiary after a win, picking up a game on each.

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How to fix the Brewers' biggest problem

The Brewers have a strikeout-prone lineup, and that can become particularly problematic come playoff time. Is there any quick fix for such an issue?

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

A gut punch of a loss for the Brewers as the Cubs just about wrap up the NL Central with an extra-inning win, but just like Wednesday, the Brewers made a crucial miscue in the field that led to a game-tying run and later lost on a two-run home run. They're now 4.5 back of the Cubs and they need to win the next three games of this series to have a chance at the division title.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Will that ninth inning be the inning Brewers fans remember if they miss the playoffs by one game? Late covering first and then a two-out, two-strike hit to tie it, and then they load the bases with one out in the bottom of the frame and can't score the winning run. It's now a game of bullpen depth. Oliver Drake on for the Brewers -- who are 4-9 in extra innings.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Brewers were one strike from victory, but Javy Baez hit a slow grounder up the middle off a pretty good splitter from Jeremy Jeffress for the game-tying base hit. With Orlando Arcia shifted way over towards third base, he had no chance to make a play. And with a heavily taxed bullpen, if the Brewers don't win it here it will be interesting to see who Craig Counsell uses in extra innings.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The Brewers take the lead! Domingo Santana doubles, steals third off Justin Wilson and then Eric Thames lines a single to right-center over a drawn-in infield. Craig Counsell could have hit for Thames, but left him in for the lefty-lefty matchup. It appears former Brewers closer Jeremy Jeffress will pitch the top of the ninth with Corey Knebel getting the day off after pitching three games in a row.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Domingo Santana homers for the third straight game and the Brewers are on the board. It's not a must-win game, but it kind of feels like a must-win game if Milwaukee is going to win the Central. With a win, they're 2.5 back with nine games remaining; with a loss, 4.5 back (and 5 in the loss column). Trouble is: Corey Knebel and Anthony Swarzak have both pitched three days in a row. Will they be available in the late innings?


Tim Van Vooren, Fox 6 Sports Reporter

Fox 6 sports reporter Tim Van Vooren joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the upcoming Brewers-Cubs series, as well as the plethora of injuries in Green Bay.


Craig Counsell previews Cubs series

Brewers manager Craig Counsell talks with Jon Sciambi about the series with the Cubs and the difference between getting ready for a big game as a player and as a manager.

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Cardinals make up ground

St. Louis saw its chances at a wild-card berth jump after Wednesday with a win and losses by both the Brewers and Rockies.

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Aguilar takes home honor of longest HR

The Brewers' Jesus Aguilar bested the Braves' Freddie Freeman by one foot for the longest home run on Wednesday at 437 feet. Gary Sanchez wasn't far behind with a 432-foot blast.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24921st
On Base Percentage.32117th
Slugging Percentage.43115th
Earned Run Average3.988th
Quality Starts63Tied-20th