The Los Angeles Dodgers continue to run away from the rest of baseball, and it’s the Milwaukee Brewers’ turn to try and slow them down. The Brewers open a three game series tonight (Friday) at Dodger Stadium, with Chase Anderson starting for the Crew against Kenta Maeda. L-A has 90 wins, 13 more than any other big league team — and they’re 55-13 since taking two of three in Milwaukee in early June, including a game in which the Dodgers came back from three runs down in the ninth inning to win. Milwaukee was the only National League Central contender not to play Thursday, and all the others lost — leaving the Brewers three games behind front running Chicago in the division and three and a half behind Colorado for the second and final N-L Wild Card. Also, Major League Baseball is having its first “Players Weekend,” in which the players will wear bright colored uniforms with nicknames on their backs.