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2019-09-03: Astros (Greinke) at Brewers (Lyles) [Brewers win, 4-2]

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willie key said:
And the legend of Freitas blows away like a fart in the wind


A legend in your own mind.


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Thank goodness Thames hit that blast ......God forbid we could make things easy on ourselves


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In most years Bregmans numbers would be mvp worthy.


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Cardinals won. Phillies won. Cubs winning big. Mets winning. Diamondbacks winning.

Once again we just cannot get any help whatsoever.


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Cardinals won. Phillies won. Cubs winning big. Mets winning. Diamondbacks winning.

Once again we just cannot get any help whatsoever.


Brewers not losing helps.


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Ballgame!!


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That was not a strike but it's a win.


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Strikeout on a slider... well, I'll be damned.


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Way to go boys!

Excellent job by Lyles and the pen!


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Another rock solid performance from the pen. Sure wish we would have gotten a handful more of these earlier on.


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Joey Meyer Bombs said:
adambr2 said:
Cardinals won. Phillies won. Cubs winning big. Mets winning. Diamondbacks winning.

Once again we just cannot get any help whatsoever.


Brewers not losing helps.

Win every series and the rest will take care of itself.


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Four games against the Cubs...pretty much determines the season.

"Dustin Pedroia doesn't have the strength or bat speed to hit major-league pitching consistently, and he has no power......He probably has a future as a backup infielder if he can stop rolling over to third base and shortstop." Keith Law, 2006


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Joey Meyer Bombs said:
adambr2 said:
Cardinals won. Phillies won. Cubs winning big. Mets winning. Diamondbacks winning.

Once again we just cannot get any help whatsoever.


Brewers not losing helps.


Sure, but when you're playing catchup and running out of games, you need to gain ground, not just hold serve.

Certainly no exaggeration that the next series is the biggest of the season. Depending on the result we could be anywhere from tied for the wild card to 8 games back. A series win at minimum, 3 of 4, is a must to realistically hope to stay relevant.


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adambr2 said:
Cardinals won. Phillies won. Cubs winning big. Mets winning. Diamondbacks winning.

Once again we just cannot get any help whatsoever.


Did get help from the Nats who scored 7 in the ninth to beat the Mets 11-10.

The Mets brought in their closer, Lugo, in the 8th while clinging to a 5-4 lead, but then lifted him when they scored 5 in the top of the 9th. Oops.


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Part of me feels like we should be happy to have split with Houston. Part of me feels like we should have swept them.


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This team has done just enough to stay relevant as we head into the September stretch run. They are going to have to get hot and sweep some of these series to really stand a chance at the playoffs, though. Sweep the Cubs (or take 3 of 4), and next week get very interesting.


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adambr2 said:
Joey Meyer Bombs said:
adambr2 said:
Cardinals won. Phillies won. Cubs winning big. Mets winning. Diamondbacks winning.

Once again we just cannot get any help whatsoever.


Brewers not losing helps.


Sure, but when you're playing catchup and running out of games, you need to gain ground, not just hold serve.

Certainly no exaggeration that the next series is the biggest of the season. Depending on the result we could be anywhere from tied for the wild card to 8 games back. A series win at minimum, 3 of 4, is a must to realistically hope to stay relevant.


Thursday and Friday vs LHP. Austin and Freitas hit lefties well, so does Pina and Braun. Maybe Cain can surprise and Perez too, we’ll see what happens with the lineup. Counsell not gonna let Anderson or Davies or Gio give up much, bullpenning all weekend, playoffs all 4 games.


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This weekend might set a record for total pitching changes in a series.


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Isn't the only one on this crew... [tongue]


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Seeing Edwin Diaz season makes me feel better about Corbin Burnes a little. Wow.


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