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2011-08-18 Dodgers (Kershaw) at Brewers (Estrada) - [Brewers lose, 5-1]

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Posted: August 18, 2011, 7:16 AM Post
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Decent throw gets him.


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Well, that's game. At least we got 3 of 4.

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Hmm. Well, this game is unraveling in a hurry. Oh well.


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How do you not throw out Barajas? And now Loe is an idiot and throws it away.

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How do you not throw out Barajas?
Because it was an 18-hopper to CF. Gomez probably would've had an inside the park HR on it.


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What a couple of noodle-arm throws on Carroll's hit...


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Wow, I'm really disappointed in you guys. Giving up on a 3 run deficit after they have won 19 out of the last 21? Has this team not taught you anything yet?


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Maybe now people will realize the offense is in trouble. Everyone likes to ignore it when they win...


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Posted: August 18, 2011, 7:18 AM Post
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Bad Kam showed up today, looks like everything is up in the zone

I'd like to say we can come back; but very very doubtful against Kershaw


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dlk9s said:
rawbecht said:
How do you not throw out Barajas?
Because it was an 18-hopper to CF. Gomez probably would've had an inside the park HR on it.
But he could be slower than McGehee.

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Posted: August 18, 2011, 7:19 AM Post
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how is it braun has 23 steals, but looks like he's out for a light morning jog chasing down fly balls? yet jerry hairston, jr. was busting his ass to get to that grounder back up the middle from carroll like his next paycheck depended on it. god i wish they could dh braun he sucks ass in the field.


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Maybe now people will realize the offense is in trouble. Everyone likes to ignore it when they win...
The offense isn't in trouble. It's going through a lull right now. And I know they haven't scored much in the past week, but today isn't the day, against Kershaw, when it's time to "realize" there are offensive issues.


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carniesandrubes said:
Maybe now people will realize the offense is in trouble. Everyone likes to ignore it when they win...

Taylor Green.

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dlk9s said:
carniesandrubes said:
Maybe now people will realize the offense is in trouble. Everyone likes to ignore it when they win...
The offense isn't in trouble. It's going through a lull right now.

Not to mention we're facing a top-3 NL pitcher today...


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No matter what happens, another great homestand. That being said, I have far from given up on this game. I know the offense hasn't been explosive all week but when you're finding ways to win, you always have hope.


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fondybrewfan said:
Bad Kam showed up today, looks like everything is up in the zone

I'd like to say we can come back; but very very doubtful against Kershaw
he looked fine for 5 hitters. Don't remember what the pitch to Barajas looked like, but the one to Carroll definitely caught way too much of the zone for an 0-2 pitch.


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Posted: August 18, 2011, 7:21 AM Post
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RobDeer 45 said:
I asked this in another thread but does anyone know what our success rate on squeeze plays is? Taking out the missed sign ones of course, that's not on the coach on those. I was under the impression that it's worked a fair amount, but maybe I just saw the ones that worked.


Not sure what the success rate is, but I'd probably include the missed signs...it's all part of executing a complicated play.

I'd like to see both numbers but I'd disagree on the missed calls. That's not difficult. To me that's like a false start, it's a no play. Technically wouldn't that be a caught stealing or pick off if there was no bunt attempt. But we both can have our own opinions on this.


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Posted: August 18, 2011, 7:22 AM Post
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how is it braun has 23 steals, but looks like he's out for a light morning jog chasing down fly balls? yet jerry hairston, jr. was busting his ass to get to that grounder back up the middle from carroll like his next paycheck depended on it. god i wish they could dh braun he sucks ass in the field.
What are you talking about? Do you really think Barahas' hit was catchable?


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I think Yuni needs a day off.........................


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Posted: August 18, 2011, 7:24 AM Post
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obsessedwithbrewcrew said:
Wow, I'm really disappointed in you guys. Giving up on a 3 run deficit after they have won 19 out of the last 21? Has this team not taught you anything yet?
Going down by 3, with Kershaw likely going 2 more and possibly 3, and the bottom of the order coming up, doesn't give me a ton of hope. Sure we could still win, but the chances are fairly low at this point. If we kept it at 1, or even 2, I would've felt better. Even though we've been winning on this homestand, we haven't done a whole lot at the plate. I'm just thankful for great pitching.

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