1:28 PM EDT, Tue September 16, 2014

Full count: Hot stretch

Catcher Jonathan Lucroy batted .385 (15 for 39) on the Brewers' just-completed 11-game home stand with five doubles and seven RBI. He is fourth in the NL with 49 multi-hit games.

With final 12 games against division foes, Brewers' time to win is now

The Brewers’ final trip of the season, to St. Louis, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, means everything to them. It means their season.

Game preview: Brewers at Cardinals

The Cardinals got hot at the end of the Brewers’ 3-16 collapse and blew by them to take first place in the National League Central. St. Louis always seems to find another gear in September and has done so again by going 10-4 this month.

Brewers face make-or-break trip

Here's a preview of my story in the JS on the Brewers' upcoming make-or-break road trip:

Brewers playoff odds approximately 20%

As of Sunday night, the Brewers' playoff odds are near 20%, according to several top baseball forecasters, with two weeks left in the regular season.

September call-up Matt Clark hits another homer for Brewers

Matt Clark wasn’t sure what to expect when the Milwaukee Brewers included him among their September call-ups.

Sunday game report: Brewers vs. Reds

Matt Garza turned in his best start since returning from the disabled list, limiting the Reds to four hits, one run (earned) and three walks to go along with six strikeouts over a six-inning, 85-pitch outing. He evened his record at 8-8 for the season.

Tom Haudricourt Brewers chat

Beat writer Tom Haudricourt answers your questions about the Brewers in a chat Wednesday afternoon.

Brewers offense has a breakout day

The Brewers rapped out 15 hits and got homers from rookie Matt Clark and Mark Reynolds, but they remained 1 1/2 games behind Pittsburgh in the wild-card chase.

In-game blog: Brewers vs. Reds

The Brewers will try to conclude their home stand with a series victory over the Reds when the teams play the rubber game Sunday at Miller Park.

Brewers try for series victory today over Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers will utilize a tweaked lineup today as they go for a series victory over the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park.
Columbus Dispatch Sep 14, 2014

Reds on deck

Opponent: at Milwaukee Brewers

Friday game report: Brewers vs. Reds

Lyle Overbay’s single to left with one out in the ninth inning off Cincinnati reliever Jumbo Diaz lifted the Brewers past the Reds.

Full count: Top 10 in his sights

With three more saves, Francisco Rodriguez will move into 10th place on the all-time list, passing Randy Myers (347). Rodriguez has 345 overall and 41 for the season.

Brewers' win streak reaches three on Lyle Overbay's walk-off hit

Lyle Overbay’s bases-loaded single off Jumbo Diaz in the ninth inning scored pinch runner Logan Schafer and lifted the Brewers over the Cincinnati Reds, 3-2, on Friday night at Miller Park.

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