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Stadium: Miller Park | Manager: Ron Roenicke
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Milwaukee47-3956-45
St. Louis49-3854-46
Pittsburgh47-4053-47
Cincinnati48-4151-49
Chicago36-5141-57
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San Francisco49-3956-44
Los Angeles48-3856-46
Arizona39-5144-57
San Diego35-4643-56
Colorado34-5140-60
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East
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Washington47-3555-43
Atlanta50-3854-46
Miami39-4847-52
New York40-4647-53
Philadelphia42-4943-57
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Aramis Ramirez to continue career past 2014 season
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez, who appeared in his 2,000th MLB game Wednesday, said he has decided to continue his career past the 2014 season, per the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

"I'm going to go for 2,500 (games) so let's see what happens," Ramirez said. "I'm only 36; I'll be OK. I'm playing past this year, for sure. I don't know how much longer but definitely more years. I'll see where I'm at after the season but I feel good right now. Health is the main thing. My body is telling me I can still play."

Ramirez has a mutual option for $14 million for next season. If Ramirez exercises the option and the Brewers decline, he gets a $4 million buyout.

"That, I don't think about," he said. "I don't really like to talk about contracts during the season. They haven't approached me about anything, either, so we'll see what happens.

"I like it here. It's the reason I came here. I have no regrets. I've had a great three years here. I've liked it. It's a good place to play baseball. A great stadium; we have a roof (so) I don't have to worry about the conditions. A good team. We just missed the playoffs my first year here. This year, we're in the pennant race. So, we have a good team and it was the right choice."

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Jonathan Lucroy blasts off twice in defeat of Reds
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Jonathan Lucroy continued to make his case as the premier-hitting catcher in the sport Tuesday with another impressive performance, this time against Cincinnati.

Lucroy blasted solo home runs in the sixth and ninth innings for the Brewers. The latter - his 11th of the season - was a walk-off. He now boasts a stat line of .310/.381/.500. The two-homer game was his second in the last five weeks.

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Scooter Gennett sits Wednesday after getting hurt Tuesday
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett was held out of the starting lineup Wednesday vs. Cincinnati after leaving Tuesday's game due to tightness in his right quadriceps. Rickie Weeks drew the start at second base in Gennett's absence.

Manager Ron Roenicke said Gennett will probably be sidelined for a few days, per MLB.com.

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Francisco Rodriguez picks up a win Tuesday
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Brewers reliever Francisco Rodriguez picked up a rare win Tuesday against the Reds.

Rodriguez entered with the game tied in the ninth inning. He managed to pitch a scoreless inning, striking out one during the appearance. In the bottom half of the inning, Jonathan Lucroy belted a walkoff home run, making Rodriguez the winner. 

With the win, Rodriguez improves to 4-3 on the year. 

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Jimmy Nelson tosses a quality start Tuesday
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Brewers pitcher Jimmy Nelson put up a quality start Tuesday.

Nelson allowed three runs on four hits over six innings. He struck out five and walked one during the outing. Nelson cruised through the game until the fourth inning. Jay Bruce was able to drive in a run on a double, giving the Reds their first run. 

Nelson came out for the seventh inning, and that’s when things really fell apart. After giving up two singles, Nelson hit the next two batters with pitches. He was replaced by Brandon Kintzler. Kintzler allowed one run, which was charged to Nelson, but managed to induce an inning-ending double-play before more damage was done.

The performance earned Nelson a no-decision. His next start will come against the Mets.

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGJonathan Lucroy , C.310
HRKhris Davis , LF16
RBIRyan Braun , RF57
OBPJonathan Lucroy , C.381
SLGRyan Braun , RF.534
RCarlos Gomez , CF60
SBCarlos Gomez , CF18
WWily Peralta , SP11
ERAKyle Lohse , SP3.16
WHIPKyle Lohse , SP1.10
KKyle Lohse , SP98
SVFrancisco Rodriguez , RP29
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