Last season, the Cubs had the luxury of a huge lead in the National League Central. On Saturday afternoon, they’ll try to create a little more distance between themselves and the Brewers in the third game of a key four-game showdown at Miller Park.
After three straight heartbreaking losses in the opponents’ final at-bat, including two in a row to the team they are chasing in the National League Central, is it Wild Card or bust for the Brewers?
Pinch-hitter Tommy La Stella worked a bases-loaded walk from Brewers All-Star closer Corey Knebel in the top of the 10th inning, and Carl Edwards Jr. finished a 5-4 Cubs win on Friday night at Miller Park in the teams’ second straight extra-innings thriller.
The winner of the National League Central could be determined in this four-game series between the Cubs and the Brewers, but both teams are trying to keep things in perspective. On Friday at Miller Park, it’ll be Cubs veteran John Lackey starting against Brewers rookie Brandon Woodruff, who will be making his seventh big league […]
This was not the postseason, but it sure felt that way Thursday night at Miller Park as the Cubs and the Brewers traded late-inning blows in Milwaukee’s most charged September ballgame in years. Javier Baez hit a tying two-out RBI single in the ninth, Wade Davis escaped a bases-loaded jam to force extra innings and […]
There were two plays at first base, one at third and one at home plate, plus a near home run to boot. The Cubs and Brewers kept Major League Baseball’s replay center busy while they battled for the National League Central on Thursday night at Miller Park.
The Brewers’ bullpen limits forced them to employ other relievers in a 10-inning loss to the division-leading Cubs at Miller Park.
Like a vicious one-two punch, Hurricanes Irma and Maria slammed into the U.S. Virgin Islands this month, leaving in their wake vast damage that literally hit home for Brewers right fielder Domingo Santana.
Jimmy Nelson is expected to miss “a chunk” of the 2018 season while recovering from right shoulder surgery, Brewers general manager David Stearns said Wednesday.
The Cubs and Brewers have been doing a lot of scoreboard watching since they last met to keep an eye on each other in the National League Central Division standings. Starting Thursday, they’ll be face to face.
The calendar said it was still September, but Brewers manager Craig Counsell operated like it was October.