Brewers Complete Sweep of Pirates, Move into Tie for Top Wild Card Spot
Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh 3
–A two home run day for Eric Thames powered the Brewers to a series sweep of the Pirates and continued their flaming-hot month of September. Thames blasted a solo shot in the fourth inning, and hit a two-run blast in the sixth to close out the Brewers scoring on the day. The Pirates mounted an eighth inning rally, but Josh Hader picked up the four-out save, striking out the side in the ninth to seal the win. Milwaukee sports a 17-4 record in the month – and thanks to a loss by Washington Sunday afternoon, now sits in a tie for the top Wild Card spot in the National League. The Brewers are off today and open the final week of the regular season in Cincinnati Tuesday night.
St. Louis 3, Chicago Cubs 2
–Dexter Fowler hit a sacrifice fly to tie the game, then Paul Goldschmidt broke the tie with a run-scoring double as the Cardinals completed the four-game sweep of the Cubs.
NY Mets 6, Cincinnati 3
Detroit 6, Chicago White Sox 3
Minnesota 12, Kansas City 8