I'm starting to like this man.
HR: Viciedo (13)
The Brewers lost. Anymore this season, that's not too much of a surprise. Randy Wolf had a very Randy Wolf start, going just 5.1 innings (innings eater!) and allowing five earned runs (veteran leadership!) on eight hits (he knows how to pitch!).
The Brewers bullpen had a very Brewers bullpen kind of day, with the trembling trio of Kameron Loe, Jose Veras, and Tim Dillard giving up a run apiece in 0.2 innings, 1 inning and 1 inning, respectively. Not so fun fact: Loe is the only Milwaukee reliever under a 3.90 ERA, with Francisco Rodriguez the only other reliever under a 4.00 ERA. I think I found the team's weak spot, you guys.
The Brewers offense was good and efficient once again, knocking in a run apiece in the second, third, and fifth innings before breaking out with a three run sixth inning. The team didn't rely on power for their runs, with only one extra base hit contributing to a run scoring (an George Kottaras double and Dayan Viciedo error brought in Aramis Ramirez, who had singled previously).
Ramirez had a nice day at the plate, going 2-4 with a walk and two runs scored. The offensive star of the day, however, was Norichika Aoki. The Japanese star went 3-4 with a double and two runs scored, and also stole four bases on the day. That's the first four-stolen base day for a Brewers player since Scott Podsednik did it in 2004, according to Kyle. Nyjer Morgan, Ryan Braun, and Martin Maldonado all reached base twice, as well.