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Gamethread #136: Brewers (62-73) at Phillies (78-58)

This will be the Brewers last game against the Phillies this season.

Current Series

Phillies lead the series 2-0

Fri 09/03 WP: Cole Hamels (9 - 10)
SV: Ryan Madson
LP: Chris Capuano (2 - 3)
0 - 1 loss
Sat 09/04 WP: Roy Halladay (17 - 10)
SV: Brad Lidge
LP: Kameron Loe (3 - 4)
4 - 5 loss

Milwaukee Brewers
@ Philadelphia Phillies

Sunday, Sep 5, 2010, 12:35 PM CDT
Citizens Bank Park

Sunny. Winds blowing from left to right field at 10-15 m.p.h. Game time temperature around 75.

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Randy Wolf (10-10, 4.76) is pitching for the Brewers today. Randy Wolf is an anagram of Lady Frown, which I would imagine describes a lot of the female viewing audience when they have watched him pitch this year.

Kyle Kendrick (9-7, 4.72) has probably been pitching worse than his ERA suggests. His FIP is 5.10, his xFIP is 4.83 and his tRA is 5.92. He strikes out few, walks some and gives up some homeruns. In 154.1 innings he has hit just two batters.


2B Weeks
RF Hart
LF Braun
1B Fielder
3B McGehee
CF Cain
SS Escobar
C Kottaras
LHP Wolf


Todd Coffey faced three batters (8 pitches) Wednesday, and also pitched on Tuesday.
Jeremy Jeffress pitched 1 inning (11 pitches) Wednesday.
Mike McClendon faced two batters (6 pitches) Wednesday.
Manny Parra pitched 2 innings (32 pitches) Tuesday.
Trevor Hoffman pitched .2 innings (17 pitches) Monday.
John Axford pitched 1 inning (13 pitches) Friday.
Kameron Loe pitched 0 innings (11 pitches) yesterday and also pitched on Friday.
Carlos Villanueva pitched 1 inning (26 pitches) yesterday.
Zach Braddock pitched 1inning (14 pitches) yesterday.