Daybreak Doppler: An Unhappy 4th For The Brewers
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Women’s World Cup
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A promising return home to Miller Park turned ugly late as the Brewers blew a 6-1 lead yesterday. I think we can all agree with the Bucky Channel recap here: Alright, Now I’m a Little Pissed.
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That Stunk – Most had to be ecstatic when Marcum hit his Grand Slam to put the Brewers up 6-1 in the fourth inning yesterday afternoon. That soon turned to concern then dread from the 6th on. Not sure what you can say here that hasn’t been said. Perhaps Ron Roenicke said it best, “We better start playing good ball or we’re going to find ourselves down going into the break”. Let’s hope Roenicke and company can follow up on that statement.
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