Brewers all-stars say break can serve as a reset

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WASHINGTON  (Gray DC) -- When the lights cut out at National Park, and the All-Star Game festivities come to a close, the Brewers' five all-stars will focus on rebounding from a rough end to the first half of the season.

All-star outfielders Christian Yelich said, “Flush what happened on the last week of the first half and get back out, we still got a lot of games to play."

The Brewers lost the six games in a row before the All-Star break.

All-star outfielder Lorzenzo Cain said of the break, "“Reset, get our minds right, let our bodies heal up a little bit, and just be ready to go for the second half.”

Milwaukee will start off the second half of the season looking up at the Chicago Cubs in the standings.

The Cubs hold a two and a half game lead in the National League Central.

All-star pitcher Josh Hader discussed chasing down Chicago.

Hader said, “We have a good team. Obviously, this division has been a good division with us and the Cubs you know being back and forth. We focus on ourselves and play the ball that we know and everything will take care of itself.”

The all-stars get Wednesday and Thursday off before rejoining the Brewers Friday in Milwaukee.

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