Since the team as a whole is depressing to think about, what career marks have individual Brewers met recently?
- Craig Counsell rapped out career double number 200 on July 21.
- Jason Kendall reached the 8000 career PA plateau on July 20. He was the 252nd player in MLB history to reach that mark but only the eighth catcher.
- Mike Rivera didn't do much of anything for a record 47th week.
- Yovani Gallardo picked up his 16th, 17th, and 18th career hits, moving him into the top 12 all-time for Brewers pitchers.
- Last night, Jeff Suppan reached 800 career walks, tying him with Alvin Crowder.
- Chris Smith hit his first batter when Braunophile Jeff Karstens happened to bat.
Things to Watch For
- Corey Hart is one walk away from tying his career high of 36. Ed Rapuano made sure he didn't get there last night.
- Mike Cameron's next RBI will be his 900th, 333rd all-time.
- JJ Hardy is one double away from 100 in his career. He will be the 26th player to hit 100 for the Brewers.
- The next game Trevor Hoffman finishes will be #800 of his career. Lee Smith's major league record is 802.
Is there anything I missed?