Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Brewers.244194603.44
NL Central3rd4th1st3rd
National League 5th9th1st4th

Next Game

Tue, May 22, 7:40 PM EDT
Miller Park
Arizona Diamondbacks
at
Milwaukee Brewers
+140
Line
-150

Probable Pitchers

ARIW-LERASO
M. Koch 2-2 4.0620

MILW-LERASO
J. Chacin 3-1 3.6336

Schedule

Fri May 11
W 11 - 10@COL
RECAP
Sat May 12
L 0 - 4@COL
RECAP
Sun May 13
W 7 - 3@COL
RECAP
Mon May 14
W 7 - 2@ARI
RECAP
Tue May 15
L 1 - 2@ARI
RECAP
Wed May 16
W 8 - 2@ARI
RECAP
Fri May 18
W 8 - 3@MIN
RECAP
Sat May 19
W 5 - 4@MIN
RECAP
Sun May 20
L 1 - 3@MIN
RECAP
Mon May 21
W 4 - 2ARI
RECAP
Tue May 22
7:40 pm ET
ARI
PREVIEW
Wed May 23
1:10 pm ET
ARI
Thu May 24
8:10 pm ET
NYM
Fri May 25
8:10 pm ET
NYM
Sat May 26
4:10 pm ET
NYM
Sun May 27
2:10 pm ET
NYM
Mon May 28
2:10 pm ET
STL
Tue May 29
7:40 pm ET
STL
Wed May 30
1:10 pm ET
FBSTL
Fri Jun 1
8:10 pm ET
@CHW

Standings

NL
Central
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Milwaukee24-1729-19
St. Louis22-1626-19
Chicago22-1725-19
Pittsburgh16-1826-20
Cincinnati14-3116-32
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Brewers' Jesus Aguilar: On bench Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Aguilar is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.

Aguilar sits in favor of Ji-Man Choi after starting each of the Brewers' last 12 games. He's done all he can to take advantage of the absences of Eric Thames (thumb) and Ryan Braun (back), posting a .321/.382/.585 line with seven homers in 123 plate appearances.

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Brewers' Eric Thames: Working back from surgery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Thames (thumb) is rehabbing at the Brewers' spring training complex, according to Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

It's not exactly clear where Thames stands in his recovery from thumb surgery, but he is nearly four weeks into his projected 6-to-8 week recovery timetable, and no setbacks have been reported, so he could be back on the field sometime in June. Jesus Aguilar has thrived at first base in Thames' absence, but Thames did post a stellar .976 OPS over 22 games prior to his injury, so manager Craig Counsell is going to have to find ways to get both players in the lineup when Thames returns.

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Brewers' Jonathan Villar: Steals eighth base
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Villar went 1-for-3 with a stolen base in Monday's victory over the Diamondbacks.

Villar started just once in an eight-game stretch between May 4-12, but he was in the lineup the next day and has started at second base in every game since, so it's clear he is back in manager Craig Counsell's good graces, regardless of the reason that led to him temporarily being benched. Villar is hitting .319/.365/.468 in May and has just one error this month, so he figures to continue seeing regular action at the keystone for the Brewers for now.

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Brewers' Jeremy Jeffress: Making it look easy
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jeffress pitched a scoreless eight inning in Monday's victory over the Diamondbacks and picked up his sixth hold of the season.

Jeffress continues to mow down batters out of the Brewers' bullpen, and he has now allowed just two hits while posting a 12:5 K:BB in 11.2 innings over 10 outings this month. Despite how well he is pitching, he is unlikely to see many save opportunities moving forward with both Corey Knebel and Josh Hader healthy and equally as effective, but he is still helping fantasy owners in the ratio categories -- he now owns a 0.35 ERA and 0.70 WHIP over 25.2 total innings in 2018 -- and is an excellent insurance policy for the previously mentioned relievers.

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Brewers' Lorenzo Cain: Homers in victory
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Cain went 2-for-4 with a home run and two runs scored in Monday's victory over the Diamondbacks.

Cain went just 4-for-26 (.154) over the final eight games of the Brewers' recently-completed 10 game road trip, but he must have been happy to be home, homering for the first time since the first game of that venture. Cain has started all but three games since April 13 and hit leadoff in every one of those games besides two. With a .383 OBP on the season, he won't be leaving that spot anytime soon.

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2018 Team Leaders
AVGChristian Yelich , LF.289
HRTravis Shaw , 3B11
RBITravis Shaw , 3B28
OBPLorenzo Cain , CF.383
SLGTravis Shaw , 3B.509
RLorenzo Cain , CF29
SBLorenzo Cain , CF10
WChase Anderson , SP4
ERAJhoulys Chacin , SP3.63
WHIPChase Anderson , SP1.13
KJosh Hader , RP56
SVJosh Hader , RP6

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