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  W: C. Anderson (11-3)   L: T. Williams (6-9)   S: C. Knebel (37)
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PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  Attendance: 13,929

Brewers look to gain more ground in Pittsburgh

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Milwaukee Brewers at Pittsburgh Pirates

  1. The Pirates have prospered when facing the Brewers in Pittsburgh this season, going 6-1. Runs have been scarce in those particular contests, as the Pirates have averaged 3.29 runs per game, while Milwaukee has mustered just 2.29.
  2. The Brewers matched a season high with 16 hits on Sunday, as they captured their third consecutive series and improved to 7-2 since September 8. Milwaukee is currently 2.5 games behind Colorado in the hunt for the second NL wild card slot.
  3. Pittsburgh, meanwhile, has been slumping badly, losing five in a row and 10 of its past 11 games. The Pirates entered August 12 at .500 (58-58), but are tied with Detroit for the worst record in baseball (10-24, .294) ever since.
  4. While Brent Suter's ERA is 5.11 against the NL Central this season, it's just 1.84 versus all other opponents. Suter has surrendered a .472 slugging percentage when facing the NL Central, but a mark of .297 otherwise.
  5. With five RBI over his last two games, Travis Shaw has raised his season total to 95 RBI. He needs five more to join Aramis Ramirez (105 in 2012) and Casey McGehee (104 in 2010) as the only Brewers third basemen to ever reach triple digits in a single season (based on primary position in season).
  6. Jameson Taillon has been outstanding in his seven wins this season, compiling a 1.13 ERA. But he's been dreadful in his six losses, posting a mark of 12.65. Taillon's ERA is 3.55 over nine no-decisions.
Notes Applicable For Series Dates: 9/18/2017 thru 9/20/2017

PITTSBURGH -- The two teams the Milwaukee Brewers are chasing for a playoff spot -- the Chicago Cubs for the National League Central title and the Colorado Rockies for the second NL wild card -- were off Monday.

The Brewers (80-70) took full advantage by shutting out the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-0 in the opener of a three-game series at PNC Park. They are 3 1/2 games behind the Cubs, two games behind the Rockies.

Milwaukee won't have the schedule in its favor Tuesday with all teams playing, but it will take whatever gains it can get.

"Every game, every series is more magnified this time of year," Milwaukee second baseman Neil Walker said. "You try not to look around. Obviously, you know where you are in the standings, but when you're playing on a night (like Monday) when the teams you're chasing are not playing and you can pick up a half a game, that's always important."

The Brewers are facing a club that has little to play for beyond pride. Pittsburgh (68-83) has lost six in a row and 11 of 12. Not that anything is a given against a struggling team out of the postseason hunt.

"Look, we don't have a lot of margin for error," Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell said. "Another win adds a little more pressure to the teams we're chasing and puts us in a good spot."

Counsell is still formulating things for the final weeks of the season. For instance, he hasn't named a starter for the Wednesday game against the Pirates.

Tuesday's starter, however, is set.

Chase Anderson (10-3, 2.88 ERA) faced the Pirates just last Wednesday, and while he had a good outing -- two runs (one earned), seven hits, one walk, two strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings in an 8-2 Brewers win -- he already knows the Tuesday start will be different.

That's because the Wednesday win was the first time in his career he pitched on three days' rest. The move occurred after Jimmy Nelson underwent season-ending shoulder surgery.

"It showed (courage). A lot of gusto," Milwaukee first baseman Eric Thames told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "Any time a guy will go out there and throw 90 or 100 pitches on three days' rest, that shows a lot. That means a lot to our team."

Anderson figures missing seven weeks earlier this season because of a strained left oblique left him rested and in a good position to be a key player as the Brewers chase a playoff spot.

"I want to be 'that guy,'" he told the Journal Sentinel. "There's plenty of guys in this clubhouse that can be that guy, but when you get asked to do it, it's an honor. I hope to do it throughout this September and, hopefully, in the postseason.

"I feel strong, I feel healthy, and I think being out with the oblique injury kind of set me up for this. Kind of a blessing in disguise. Arm feels great, I'm ready to go."

Anderson is 5-2 with a 3.20 ERA in 10 career starts against the Pirates. This season, he is 2-0 with a 2.38 ERA in two starts vs. Pittsburgh.

Anderson will be pitted against Pittsburgh's Trevor Williams (6-8, 4.26 ERA).

Williams is 1-4 in his past six outings despite some strong starts after he pitched a gem Aug. 7 against Detroit, when he went seven scoreless innings as part of a combined one-hitter.

As Pittsburgh has done with others, Williams was skipped on what would have been his most recent turn in the rotation. In his most recent start, on Sept. 8 in St. Louis, he allowed four runs and four hits with four walks and five strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings during a 4-1 loss.

Before that start appearance, he had allowed two runs total in three starts, but he wasn't sharp against the Cardinals, and then had to wait to get another crack.

"It was lack of execution on some pitches," Williams said. "My slider kept missing down, and they weren't really biting. I didn't make the adjustment to throw for strikes. I walked too many guys. It was just unacceptable pitch execution."

In his career, Williams is 0-0 with a 4.15 ERA in one relief appearance and one start against Milwaukee.

Updated September 19, 2017

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