MILWAUKEE -- AP -- Both the Atlanta Braves and Milwaukee Brewers had to shake up their fortunes by changing the lineups in order to punch a fourth consecutive playoff ticket. The Braves hadn't been above .500 all season when general manager Alex Anthopoulos essentially acquired an entirely new outfield at the trade deadline.

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Those moves helped Atlanta surge to another NL East crown and a Division Series matchup starting Friday with the NL Central champion Brewers, who benefited from their own midseason roster adjustments.

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