Citak: Yelich Has Made A Strong Case For N.L. MVPThere have been some outstanding performances in the NL this season, but none quite on the same level as Christian Yelich. Voters need to make the right decision and crown the 26-year-old outfielder as the National League's Most Valuable Player.
Final Game a Loss for CardinalsAaron Wilkerson took a perfect game into the sixth inning, Brett Phillips hit a three-run homer and the Brewers closed out their near-miss of a season with a 6-1 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday
Cardinals Spoil Milwaukee's Playoff HopesWith 7-6 loss at St. Louis on Saturday, Brewers gave up final wildcard slot to Colorado.
Brewers Keep Hopes Alive, Beat Birds 5-3Stephen Vogt homered and drove in three runs, Chase Anderson allowed one run over seven innings, and Milwaukee kept their playoff hopes alive.
ACKERMAN: Get Ready, WrigleyThe Cubs never put the division away, so here we are.
Carpenter Homers For Harvey Victims, Cards WinBehind the pitching of Luke Weaver, St. Louis opened up two-game series in Milwaukee with 10-2 victory.
Brewers Keep Cards Offense ReelingMilwaukee wins for just 5th time in 17 games, by a score of 2-1.
Cardinals Edge Brewers, 5-4Yadier Molina slammed two solo home runs and a double.
First Inning Output Enough, Brewers Top Cards 3-2Carlos Martinez drops to 7-9 after pitching five innings and giving up three runs. The St. Louis bullpen allowed none.
Kato Kaelin Wins 50/50 Drawing at MLB GameHouse guest who gained notoriety during O.J. Simpson murder trial was visiting family in Milwaukee
HIGHLIGHTS: Cardinals Comeback Falls Short, Brewers Win 7-6Aledmys Diaz hit a two-run homer for the Cardinals, who nearly recovered after falling behind 6-0.
Cardinals, Brewers Split the Double HeaderCardinals left-hander Marco Gonzales, made his first big league appearance since 2015.
HIGHLIGHTS: Brewers Take Game, Series From CardinalsTwo St. Louis starting outfielders injured in 5-4 loss.
HIGHLIGHTS: Martinez Gets First Win Of 2017Cards opening day starter shuts down Brewers bats, 2-1
Extra Inning Home Run Dooms CardinalsTravis Shaw's 451 foot blast in the 10th scored three.