Brewers pitcher Jimmy Nelson out for rest of 2017

Posted September 10, 2017

The Milwaukee Brewers will look to complete the sweep of the Cubs after dismantling Chicago by a final score of 15-2 on Saturday.

Walker is getting a rare day off. Hernan Perez will take over at second base and is leading off.

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With four doubles at Pittsburgh earlier this week, Kris Bryant became just the second third baseman all-time to record at least 60 extra-base hits in each of his three career Major League Baseball seasons (based on primary position in first three seasons). Kyle Schwarber hit a pinch-hit solo homer and Leonys Martin added an RBI double of his own, making up the lone two runs in the loss for the Cubs. Then they turn around and get swept by the Cincinnati Reds. Ben Zobrist went 2 for 4 while Alex Avila and Rob Zastryzny added a base hit each respectively in the losing effort. Nelson will finish the season with a career-high 12 wins and a career-best 3.49 ERA, while compiling 199 strikeouts over 175 1/3 innings.

Chicago Cubs' killer Ryan Braun hit a two-run homer into the wind in the first inning.

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The Brewers crushed Montgomery in his last start against them, which came on July 6 at Wrigley Field.

The North Siders are now 6-4 in their last ten games and 34-19 since the All-Star break. Chicago is 4-1 in Hendricks' last 5 starts against Milwaukee.

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The Milwaukee Brewers sit just four games back in the NL Central and three back of the Colorado Rockies for the second Wild Card spot entering play on Saturday.