#8907 Milwaukee
#8908 Atlanta

Sunday August 1, 2021
at 1:20pm EDT

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Pitching Matchup Milwaukee: Brett Anderson (LHP) 3-5, 3.86 ERA Atlanta: Charlie Morton (RHP) 10-3, 3.72 ERA   The Milwaukee Brewers have been on a heater lately as they are leading the NL Central with a 62-42 record. They will be sending southpaw Brett Anderson to pitch here and he is coming off a victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates where he went six shutout innings and gave up three hits, a walk, and three strikeouts.    The Atlanta Braves are trying to make a push for the NL East div... Read more



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The Atlanta Braves will host the Milwaukee Brewers in the final contest of a three-game series on Sunday. The Brewers took the opening game of the series on Friday 9-5, with Saturday’s results not yet complete at the time of this preview.  After the win on Friday, the Bewers improved to 62-42 on the year, leading the National League Central by seven games. The Braves are 51-53, third in the NL East but only four games behind the first-place New York Mets. Brewers fourth straight win gives them a... Read more



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Milwaukee will try to stay hot and extend its dominant lead in the National League Central when it wraps up its series at Atlanta on Sunday afternoon. The Brewers won their fourth consecutive game when they erased a 4-0 deficit in a 9-5 win over Atlanta on Friday night. The Braves have alternated between wins and losses in every game since the All-Star break—this story was published prior to Saturday night’s contest. Anderson hoping to build on strong startsMilwaukee does not seem to be interest... Read more



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The Atlanta Braves will make another attempt at reaching .500 on Sunday when they host the Milwaukee Brewers in the rubber match of their three-game series. The Braves have alternated wins and losses over the past 16 games. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it's the longest such streak in franchise history and surpassed the 14-game stretch of alternative outcomes by the 1895 Boston Beaneaters. The Braves have not been at the .500 mark since July 10 and have yet to spend one day with a winnin... Read more