Pittsburgh — There was one team on the field Tuesday night at PNC Park headed for the playoffs and it wasn't the one that pulled out a gritty victory. Call them "spoilers" if you will, but that's not the primary motivation for the Milwaukee Brewers as they try to salvage a more palatable ending to what was a dismal season for so long. "These are playoff games for us," said Aramis Ramirez, a veteran who isn't mailing it in at the end of an injury-plagued season. "It's nice to play teams that are in the race. "Right now, at this point, it's our playoffs. We've got something to play for."