NL Central tiebreaker game set for Monday

NL Central tiebreaker game set for Monday

The victor celebrates a National League Central title and prepares to open the playoffs on Thursday as a No. 1 seed.

The losing team will go on to play in the one-game National League Wild Card game, with the victor getting a few days off before advancing to the NL Division Series.

- Yelich enters the game at Wrigley Field having already clinched the NL batting title with a.323 average (the Reds' Scooter Gennett is second at.310).

- Yelich enters the day with 109 RBIs, tied with Arenado for second in the NL and two RBIs behind Cubs infielder Javier Baez.

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Obviously, it won't be easy, but Yelich has a clear path to become the first NL Triple Crown victor since Joe Medwick of the Cardinals 81 years ago. That means the Milwaukee slugger gets one more chance at the rare feat. Corey Knebel (4-3) extended his scoreless streak to 16 1/3 innings with a flawless seventh, and Hader worked two innings for his 12th save.

A sizable portion of Milwaukee fans in the crowd of 38,450 chanted "Let's go Brewers!".

And if that happens, it's probably best for the Brewers to let the Cubs know their place. "We wanted to bring this home for them". He drove in Arcia with his two-out hit in the third.

Think about when he scored the go-ahead run from first on a single by Eric Hosmer in Game 6 of the 2015 American League Championship Series. The left-hander is 4-1 with a 2.13 ERA in seven starts against the Brewers this year.

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