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81-69, 3rd in NL Cent
Shaw knocks one into the stands for a solo HR (0:18)
2h

Spangenberg lifts Brewers, ensures Padres' losing record

Corey Spangenberg drove in three runs, including a tiebreaking, two-run triple in the fourth inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the San Diego Padres 5-1 Monday night to keep up a playoff push with their 10th win in 11 games.

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6h

Yelich talks injury: 'Had my pity party that night'

Reigning NL MVP Christian Yelich says his fractured kneecap is the first "real injury" he's had in his life, adding, "It seems to be one of those things that's not fair at the moment ... I had my pity party that night at the stadium and I felt terrible."

Braun crushes grand slam in Brewers' comeback win (0:18)
1d

Braun's grand slam lifts Brewers past Cardinals 7-6

Ryan Braun hit a go-ahead grand slam off Junior Fernandez with two outs in the ninth inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 7-6 Sunday to keep up their playoff push by winning for the ninth time in 10 games.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Huge win for the Brewers as Ryan Braun belts a go-ahead grand slam in the top of the ninth off Junior Fernandez with two outs and two strikes and Josh Hader holds on despite giving up a two-run homer to Tommy Edman in the bottom of the ninth. Braun is the first player this season to hit a go-ahead grand slam when his team was down to its final strike.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Milwaukee announced plans Fri. to extend safety netting for next season, becoming the 12th MLB team to commit to or put in extensions since a toddler's 5/29 head injury on a foul liner in Houston. The Astros, Chisox, Dodgers, Nats & O's have installed extensions & the Braves, D-backs, Jays, Pirates, Rangers & Royals say they plan to. Some teams say they're considering extensions and Miami had extended its to 150 feet past each dugout before this season.

3d

Goldschmidt help Cardinals beat Brewers 10-0

Paul Goldschmidt hit a grand slam and a three-run homer to back Adam Wainwright, who pitched six innings of two-hit ball as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 10-0 on Friday night.

4d

Braun emulates Yelich with jersey, tiebreaking HR

Ryan Braun hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the third inning while wearing injured teammate Christian Yelich's No. 22 jersey underneath his own, and the Brewers beat the Marlins 3-2 Thursday to complete a four-game sweep.

5d

Moustakas hits 2 HRs, Brewers minus Yelich top Marlins 7-5

Mike Moustakas homered twice, including a tiebreaking, two-run shot in the ninth inning as the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Miami Marlins 7-5 Wednesday night in their first game following star outfielder Christian Yelich's season-ending injury.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Mike Moustaskas is back in the Brewers lineup and he unloads for a three-run homer in the top of the third in Miami -- his 32nd and first since August 21 (he's been out with a wrist injury) and the 6,088th of 2019. We're 18 away from breaking the record.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

The night begins with the man replacing Christian Yelich (sad emoji) in the Brewers lineup hitting a leadoff home run. It's the first leadoff home run of Trent Grisham's career. It's No. 6,085 on the MLB season as we chase down the 2017 total of 6,105.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

And we're off and running on the night the MLB home run record is set to fall! Milwaukee's Trent Grisham belted his first career leadoff homer, moving us 21 long balls away from a new all-time single-season mark.

6d

BBTN: Yelich Injury, Syndergaard, Power 10

Buster talks to USA Today's Bob Nightengale about Christian Yelich's season-ending injury and its impact on the NL wild card race and his second consecutive NL MVP (10:55). Then, "Hembo Knows" (27:03) and Joel Sherman of The New York Post discusses his report on the alleged rift between Noah Syndergaard and Wilson Ramos (32:13). Plus, this week's "Power 10" (45:04).

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6d

Yelich out for season after fracturing kneecap

Brewers right fielder Christian Yelich, who entered Tuesday night with 44 home runs and 97 RBIs, is out for the season after fracturing his right kneecap, the team announced.

Brewers clubhouse crushed after Yelich injury (1:23)

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs70120th
Batting Average.24818th
On Base Percentage.3299th
Slugging Percentage.43912th
Earned Run Average4.5917th
Quality Starts3327th
WHIP1.3519th
BAA.25012th