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1950-2021
Our Seventy-first Year
The Oldest Continuously Active Contest in Sport



Out front, pulling away

After losing 3 of 4 to Cincinnati in Milwaukee into the All-Star break, Brewers return favor on the road, sweeping the Reds 3 straight to stretch their lead in N.L. Central to 7 games


The first-place Milwaukee Brewers (56-39) were expected to do well in the NL Central this season, but so were the Cubs (46-47) and the Cardinals (also 46-47). Meanwhile, the Cincinnati Reds (48-45) were supposed to be weak. Before the All-Star break they pulled to within 4 games at Miller Park in Milwaukee. But then this weekend they were overpowered by the Brew Crew, culminating in an 8-0 shutout on Sunday. RHP Corbin Burnes (above), who was the losing pitcher in the All-Star game last week, pitched 8 1/3 scoreless innings in Milwaukee's win. (Photo: David Kohl/USA TODAY)
2021 Weekly Contest Winners
Week Ending Member Average
07/18 Barry Paster 394
07/11 Fritz Wiltman 328
07/04 Alex Sugar 342
06/27 Ralph Finos 378
06/20 Robert Wiltman 332
06/13 Ralph Finos 340
06/06 Joel Parkinson 320
05/30 Fritz Wiltman 292
05/23 Sidney Smith 300
05/16 Robert Wiltman 327

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