Brewers blanked again by PadresWisconsin Sports
- The Milwaukee Brewers only got three singles yesterday in losing at San Diego, 8-0.
SAN DIEGO - The Milwaukee Brewers only got three singles yesterday in losing at San Diego, 8-0.
Craig Counsell, Jody Gerut, and Joe Inglett had the only Brewer hits. They were all given up by Jon Garland – who also had five walks and three strikeouts in seven innings, as he improved his record to 3-2. The Brewers left San Diego after losing three-of-four games by a combined score of 21-to-2. They tied a team record for the lowest runs in a four-game series. It also happened twice in 1998.
Randy Wolf took yesterday’s loss, falling to 2-and-2. He gave up four runs on six hits in five innings, including back-to-back homers by Scott Hairston and Kyle Blanks. Ex-Brewer Tony Gwynn Junior went 2-for-4 with a run-scoring triple. Hairston went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBI's and three runs scored.
The Padres are now 10-3 at home, and they shut out Milwaukee in all three of its victories. The Brewers left 39 men on base during the four games, while going 2-for-27 with runners in scoring position. The Brewers fell to 10-15 overall, tied with Pittsburgh for second-to-last in the National League Central division. Milwaukee is off today, and will play the Dodgers in Los Angeles tomorrow night.