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Milwaukee Brewers ace Jimmy Nelson suffers season-ending injury

Milwaukee Brewers ace Jimmy Nelson suffers season-ending injury

Nelson actually picked up the victory, and the Brewers' win pulled them within four of the Cubs in the NL Central.

Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Neil Walker is out of the lineup against the Chicago Cubs on Saturday. "I think we're getting hot at the right time".

The Cubs have lost 10 times by 13 or more runs since the turn of the century, doing it a staggering four times in 2010 alone. Orlando Arcia went a flawless 3 for 3 with a double and three RBIs, while Travis Shaw went 1 for 2 with a double of his own and two RBIs. Had the Cubs not dropped the first two games of their series in Pittsburgh, the division may have been out of reach.

After Cubs starter Mike Montgomery (5-8) yielded a pair of walks and a single, Travis Shaw followed with a two-run double. The only run allowed came in the first on a Neil Walker home run.

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"I'm pretty sore now", Nelson said after Saturday's game. That was it for Montgomery, but the third inning was far from over. He's walked 18 and struck out 17 for an ERA of 10.13. "That was probably the biggest positive tonight".

A's 11-11, Astros 1-4 • Normally reliable Houston reliever Chris Devenski allowed two runs in the seventh inning, including Chad Pinder's tiebreaking homer with two outs, and Houston was swept a doubleheader at Oakland.

The Brewers will be without perhaps their most reliable starting pitcher as they make a last-ditch run at a playoff spot. "And we swung the bats really well today". The Brewers remian 3 back in the wild card race. The Cubs finally got on the board in the eighth on Kyle Schwarber's 25th home run of the season before Leonys Martin produced an RBI double with two outs in the ninth.