Daybreak Doppler: Cardinal Killing Casey
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Women from Showtime’s Spartacus.
Brian says it best here: The Milwaukee Brewers out-muscled the St. Louis Cardinals this afternoon, 10-5, to wrap up an 8-1 home stand .
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Nothing To Whine About Here – Unlike Tony La Russo, Ron Roenicke should be pretty happy this morning after taking 2 out of 3 from the Cardinals and padding the Brewers’ NL Central Lead. Obviously Casey McGehee is the hero in this game going 3 for 4 with 3 home runs and 5 batted in. I’m not even sure what you can say about a performance like that beyond I hope this means Casey’s earlier woes are behind him. You can’t expect that sort of performance every game of course but if we can at least get back to being an above average hitter it’ll most definitely help, not to mention overshadow his defensive short comings. The Brewers are off today before heading down to Houston for the weekend and what should be another winning series.
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