I think in many ways, that this statistic sums up the season: when the Brewers give up five runs or less they are 46-21 versus a record of 12-38 when they give up six or more runs.....Jason Kendall reamains on-pace to post the lowest slugging percentage (currently .279) seen in the National League in 14 years, although his big fly in Houston a week ago set him back from challenging Ivan DeJesus' 1981 mark of .233, the worst SLG% seen in the majors in the past 70 years. Given that even a 2-homer day and 8 RBI in his last three starts couldn't secure Rivera the regular catching gig, it looks like JK will get the PT to keep the dream alive.....Let's turn now to Manny Parra. He's thrown 107 2/3 innings and has a 1.84 WHIP. In the entire history of the National League, that's only been done ten times and Manny's just the third guy since 1930 to get so many chances with so little in the way of results. One more win and he will also be alone in the NL's 8 wins with a 1.80+ WHIP club.