Daybreak Doppler: Cardinals’ 4 Run First Too Much For Brewers
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is women whose names I can’t pronounce on the first try.
One bad inning and 4 runs were the story of the night, along with some questionable managing decisions, as the Brewers lost to the Cardinals 4-3 last night.
One of those questionable managing decisions last night was Mark Kotsay starting in CF, which Bernie’s Crew is referring to as Kotsay-Gate.
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All Is Not Lost, But… – With the loss last night the NLCS stands at 2-1, with the Cardinals holding the edge. It started out in perhaps the worst way possible with Gallardo giving up 4 which it would turn out was the winning margin. It’s not all on Gallardo, as Kotsay was responsible for probably two of those runs by not being able to get to that one ball in center, which then leads to the inevitable questioning of Ron Roneicke in the decision to start Kotsay in the first place. That wasn’t Roenicke’s only head scratching move as he choose Casey McGehee to pinch hit in the 9th over George Kottaras, which when the question was posed on Twitter our BrewTownBoozer had the Tweet of the night: He (Reoenicke) didn’t have Randy Wolf’s permission to use Kottaras. Speaking of Randy Wolf, he should be happy his personal catcher is well rested as Wolf will need the game of his life to keep the Brewers in this thing.
Stay tuned later this afternoon for the second edition of Ask An Angel.
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