The most surprising of those nine Brewers was Craig Counsell, who singled in a pinch hitter in the ninth inning. The hit snapped an 0-for-45 streak that had gone on for nearly two full months. Counsell had gone 3-for-3 on June 10 but had gotten on base just two times in 50 plate appearances since.
Counsell's hitless streak was easily the longest streak for a position player in Brewer franchise history, and narrowly avoided matching Doug Davis' 49 consecutive hitless ABs in 2003-04, the longest streak by a pitcher.
- AZL Brewer Dane Amedee, who turns 22.
- Menasha, Wisconsin native Eric Hinske, who turns 35. He's played eleven major league seasons since 2002 as a member of the Blue Jays, Braves and four other teams.
- 1976 Brewer Bernie Carbo, who turns 65.
- Troy, Wisconsin native and Beloit College alumni Doc Adkins, who would have turned 140. He was a member of the 1902 Boston Americans (Red Sox) and 1903 New York Highlanders (Yankees).