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2017 Schedule
54-49, 1st in NL Cent
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Santana crushes homer past bleachers (0:37)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Bryce Harper got tossed, the Nationals batted around in a 7-run eighth inning, and reports surfaced that Stephen Strasburg will miss his next start. Just another day at the office that is Nats Park. Oh, and Washington beat Milwaukee 8-5.

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Difo stumbles on way home, still scores (0:29)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

Lewis Brinson made his first big-legaue bomb count. The Brewers outfielder, called up today, just took Sean Doolittle deeeeeep to left center at Nats Park. No distance yet, but it didn't look too far away from where teammate Domingo Santana's 476-foot jack landed earlier in the game.

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Harper beefs with ump, gets tossed (0:46)
Stats & Info

Tuesday's longest home runs

Taijuan Walker's first career homer paced the competition at 455 feet -- the second-longest by a pitcher this season (Jon Gray, 467 feet). Bradley Zimmer's 435-footer marked his first career grand slam, while Eric Thames' blast ended a drought dating back to July 4.

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Brewers blank Nationals (1:05)

Eddie Matz ESPN Senior Writer 

The Nationals fell 7-0 to the Brewers, just the third time this season they've been shut out. Only the Reds (twice) have been blanked less among NL teams. Despite the loss, Washington (59-39) still boasts the third-best record in baseball.

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Thames, Pina go back-to-back in the 5th (0:41)
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Shaw's opposite-field drive just goes over the wall (0:25)
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Brewers take a breather at WWE Raw

It appears Milwaukee Brewers Oliver Drake, Eric Thames and Brett Phillips enjoyed their day off in D.C. on Monday. The three took in a WWE Raw show at the Verizon Center. (@WWE/Twitter)

Keith Law ESPN Senior Writer 

Ryan Cordell, heading to the White Sox for Anthony Swarzak, is a good athlete without a position, and at 25 he hasn't had any offensive success above A-ball. The Brewers originally acquired him from Texas as part of the Lucroy deal.

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Has Brewers' organizational mindset changed?

Have David Stearns and the Brewers had to change their mindset as the trade deadline approaches? Fox Sports Wisconsin's Sophia Minnaert answers with Bryan Dee and Dan Needles.

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2dJerry Crasnick

Brewers can correct skid with a deadline splash

Now that Milwaukee's first-half glow has faded, the club has two options to weigh: Acquire a player (probably a pitcher) who can help the Brewers reassert themselves now, or hold onto all of their pieces for the future.

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Brewers fall in Week 16 Power Rankings

The Brewers were up 5½ games in the NL Central at the All-Star break. They enter the new week with that lead officially blown.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

The Brewers, who are trying desperately to turn things around, are actively exploring both starter and relief options. As ESPN's Buster Olney reported, they've also talked to Detroit about second baseman Ian Kinsler. But this appears to be more a case of Detroit trying to link Kinsler with reliever Justin Wilson and move a veteran salary. The Brewers would love to have Kinsler, but pitching is their main priority at the moment. Kinsler has a $10 million club option for 2018 with a $5 million buyout. If the Brewers were to assume that financial obligation, it could lessen the player package Detroit receives for Wilson.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs4957th
Batting Average.25417th
On Base Percentage.32515th
Slugging Percentage.4456th
Earned Run Average4.1010th
Quality Starts42Tied-19th
WHIP1.3615th
BAA.25616th

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