Milwaukee Brewers defeat Chicago Cubs, 4-3
Chicago — Milwaukee Brewers fans who are frustrated with their team at least can be thankful they aren't Chicago Cubs fans.
Sure, the Brewers might not have lived up to a certain level of expectations and fallen out of playoff contention some time ago.
But they are still better than the Cubs, a team that came into the season with a much higher payroll and much, much higher expectations because they were a playoff team in two of the previous three seasons.
Chicago — Early reports indicate Milwaukee Brewers centerfielder Carlos Gomez did not suffer a serious head injury after being hit by a pitch from Chicago Cubs right-hander Brian Schlitter in the eighth inning Monday night.
Gomez had a CT scan after the game that came back negative, but he visited with a Cubs team physician again Tuesday as the Brewers monitor his progress. Gomez played catch and rode a stationary bike, but he will be shut down until further notice from...