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Game Thread #83: Milwaukee Brewers (48-34) @ Cincinnati Reds (35-48)

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Well, the Reds can't carry over any of those eight seventh inning runs from yesterday, so the Brewers have THAT going for them...which is nice

The Cincy Babe Ruth
The Cincy Babe Ruth
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The Milwaukee Brewers (48-34) try and win a series once again in the finale of the four game set in Cincinnati against the Reds (35-48). Orlando Arcia is joining teammate Domingo Santana in AAA Colorado Springs to look for some semblance of an offensive game, and Ryan Braun is back in the line-up.

Brewers' 'Rookie Sensation' Freddy Peralta (3-0. 1.59) will find out if some of those flyballs he allows in droves will leave the Great American Ballpark (many do, mind you), and will be faced by former Met Matt Harvey (3-5, 5.28). The Brewers wouldn't mind turning a Met pitcher into a former Met. Jesus Aguilar is not in the Milwaukee line-up, and Michael Lorenzen is not in the Cincinnati line-up.

Milwaukee Brewers

1. Brad Miller (L) SS
2. Eric Thames (L) 1B
3. Ryan Braun (R) LF
4. Travis Shaw (L) 3B
5. Hernan Perez (R) RF
6. Jonathan Villar (S) 2B
7. Keon Broxton (R) CF
8. Manny Pina (R) C


Cincinnati Reds

1. Jose Peraza (R) SS
3. Joey Votto (L) 1B
4. Eugenio Suarez (R) 3B
5. Scott Schebler (L) RF
6. Adam Duvall (R) LF
7. Alex Blandino (R) 2B
8. Matt Harvey (R) P
9. Billy Hamilton (S) CF

Poll

Will the Brewers add Noah Syndergaard or Jacob deGrom in a trade this year?

This poll is closed

  • 13%
    Yes - just Jacob
    (12 votes)
  • 22%
    Yes - just Thor
    (19 votes)
  • 15%
    Why not both?
    (13 votes)
  • 48%
    Ah, no.
    (42 votes)
86 votes total Vote Now