Do the Milwaukee Brewers have the NL Central under control? Tell us what you think.

Nearly halfway through the 2024 season, the Milwaukee Brewers lead the National League Central Division with a 46-33 record entering Tuesday night's game. Milwaukee has maintained a firm grip on the top spot for most of the season.

The rest of the NL Central, though, is looming. The St. Louis Cardinals are second in the division with a 40-37 record, five games behind the Brewers.

St. Louis is one of the hottest teams in baseball. The Cardinals have won 10 of their past 14 games and are coming off a three-game sweep of the San Francisco Giants.

The Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs are a hot streak away from division contention as well. The Reds and Pirates, both tied at 37-41 and 8.5 games behind the Brewers, boast some of the MLB's most electrifying talents in Elly De La Cruz and Paul Skenes.

The Cubs are only a half game behind the Reds and Pirates.

With the way the Brewers have played recently, and with another half of the season to go, do you believe Milwaukee already has this division wrapped up? Or should the Brewers be worried about their NL Central rivals? Let us know in the poll below.

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This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Do Milwaukee Brewers have NL Central Division under control?