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Game Thread #159: Brewers (77-81) at Rockies (90-68)

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Current Series

Rockies lead the series 2-0

Tue 09/29 WP: Matt Belisle (3 - 1)
LP: David Weathers (4 - 6)
5 - 7 loss
Wed 09/30 WP: Jason Hammel (10 - 8)
LP: Jeff Suppan (7 - 12)
6 - 10 loss

Milwaukee Brewers
@ Colorado Rockies

Thursday, Oct 1, 2009, 2:10 PM CDT
Coors Field

Manny Parra vs Aaron Cook

Partly cloudy. Winds blowing in from left field at 10-20 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 50.

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It's Manny Parra against Aaron Cook at 2:10.

Follow the jump for today's pitching matchup, lineup and conversation on today's game!

Aaron Cook (10-6, 4.32) isn't quite as good as he was last year, when he was an NL All Star, but pitched five shutout innings last time out, after missing over a month. He beat the Brewers on June 11, allowing one run on seven hits with seven strikeouts in six innings.

Manny Parra (11-10, 6.16) is 3-0 in his last four starts, and has posted a 1.88 ERA in three September starts. He's facing the Rockies for the first time this season and trying to finish a pretty rough season with a nice run of quality appearances.

Adam McCalvy has today's lineup, which is just like yesterday's:


Felipe Lopez 2B
Jody Gerut RF
Ryan Braun LF
Prince Fielder 1B
Casey McGehee 3B
Mike Cameron CF
Alcides Escobar SS
Jason Kendall C
Manny Parra LHP

And in the bullpen:

Chris Smith pitched one inning (22 pitches) last night.
John Axford pitched one inning (14 pitches) last night.
Carlos Villanueva pitched two innings (28 pitches) Tuesday.
Claudio Vargas pitched two innings (34 pitches) Tuesday.
Todd Coffey pitched one inning (24 pitches) Tuesday
David Weathers pitched .1 innings (18 pitches) Tuesday.
Trevor Hoffman has not pitched since Saturday.Mitch Stetter has not pitched since Sunday.
Seth McClung
has not pitched since Monday, September 21.

Enjoy the game!

Enjoy the game!