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NL Central Notes: Chase Anderson out 4-6 weeks, Luis Castillo emerging as an ace

Here’s the latest from around the National League Central.

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Brewers right-hander Chase Anderson, who is currently on the 10-day disabled list, will be sidelined for four to six weeks, according to MLB.com’s Adam McCalvy.

Anderson met with team doctors and had an MRI on Friday. He left a recent start with an oblique injury.

Over 90.1 innings this season, Anderson has pitched to a 2.89 ERA and 3.44 FIP.

Here’s the latest from around the National League Central:

  • The Reds might have an ace in Luis Catillo, who they acquired from the Marlins.

  • Drew Hutchison has been pitching well with the Pirates, which bodes well for the rest of the season.

  • Carlos Martinez is probably making a case to be a Cy Young winner, but he doesn’t have many wins.

  • The Hall of Fame is opening a Cubs World Series exhibit, so get ready.

  • It’s not a joke. On July 1, the Brewers were sitting in first place in the division standings.