Crew's Offense takes Early Vacation
Over roughly a 4 week period the Brewer offense had averaged just over 2 runs per game. Over the last 5 games the Brewers have scored exactly 5 runs while getting shut out twice. When it rains it pours and when it quits raining altogether it gets so dry that the ground gets those huge cracks.
During this offensive disappearing act the Brewer pitching has been stellar with the exception of Broxton's last 2 outings. Broxton was so new though that he might have thought that he was still under contract with the Reds. What does it all mean? Well for one, the Brewers season is over. Not officially of course, but its over, trust me. Going forward for next year, the Brewers look to have nothing in place for 2 or 3 years. They look to be a 4th place team next year unless their entire roster has a career year and that won't happen.
Lets move on because funerals aren't fun. Well not usually. The Pirates and the Giants are 2 teams that are still standing and the only thing to decide for now is which team goes on the road for the WC playoff game.Subscribe in a reader