The Milwaukee Brewers clinched the National League Central title for the third time in six seasons Tuesday night despite a 4-1 loss to the last-place St. Louis Cardinals and with the help of a come-from-behind win by the Atlanta Braves.  Milwaukee clinched its second division crown in three seasons when the Chicago Cubs dropped a 7-6 decision to the Braves.  The Milwaukee crowd roared as the ninth inning of the Cubs-Braves game was shown on the videoboard.

The Phillies put the National League n notice they are ready for another run at the World Series after a 10-inning, 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night.  They also clinched the top wild-card seed and will host all games in the second year of the NL wild-card series. Game 1 is Tuesday at Citizens Bank Park.  That includes outfielder Johan Rojas and reliever Jeff Hoffman, two players who weren’t even on the opening day roster. Rojas won the center-field job and won the game with an RBI single that scored pinch-runner Cristian Pache. Hoffman has turned himself into a trusted late-inning reliever and earned the win with a scoreless 10th.