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2012-08-28 Brewers (Gallardo) at Cubs (Wood), 7:05 PM CDT [Brewers win, 4-1; Bianchi 3-run HR]


[igt-2012][game-setup][logo]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/20589901/BrewerFan/2012/logos/brewers.png[/logo][game-info][h1]August 28 | 7:05 P.M.[/h1][h2]Brewers (60-67) | Cubs (49-78)[/h2][h3]FSWI | WTMJ 620[/h3][/game-info][logo]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/20589901/BrewerFan/2012/logos/cubs.png[/logo][/game-setup][pitching-photos]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/20589901/BrewerFan/2012/pitchers/brewers/gallardo-25.jpghttp://dl.dropbox.com/u/20589901/BrewerFan/2012/pitchers/cubs/wood-02.jpg[/pitching-photos][game-matchup][divclass=away][h2]13-8, 3.62 ERA, 1.28 WHIP[/h2][h3]Versus Cubs | Game Log[/h3][h3]Gallardo threw seven innings for the fifth straight game on Wednesday, when he allowed just two solo home runs against the Cubs. The 26-year-old righty is 5-0 with a 2.02 ERA since Zack Greinke was traded at the end of July[/h3][/divclass][divclass=home][h2]4-10, 4.76 ERA, 1.26 WHIP[/h2][h3]Versus Brewers | Game Log[/h3][h3]Wood lost to the Brewers in his last start, but drew praise from Ryan Braun, who said the lefty threw a cutter "that's tough to differentiate." Braun did hit an RBI double and home run off Wood, so he figured him out.[/h3][/divclass][starting-lineup][divclass=away]

  1. RF Norichika Aoki
  2. 2B Rickie Weeks
  3. LF Ryan Braun
  4. 3B Aramis Ramirez
  5. RF Corey Hart
  6. C Martin Maldonado
  7. CF Carlos Gomez
  8. SS Jeff Bianchi
  9. P Yovani Gallardo

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ESPN's home run tracker is trying to tell us that Ryan Braun's home run last night went 404 feet. :laughing

 

http://hittrackeronline.com/hrdetail.php?id=2012_3902

 

Ah, no. Funny that Braun's 404 foot home run was a "no doubter", while Carlos Gomez' 404 foot home run was "just enough".

 

According to them, Corey Hart's home run was 429 feet. Funny that it landed in the stands, yet Braun's home run, which flew out of the park, was 25 feet shorter. I know Hart's bomb was more to straight away center, but I think it's clear that Braun hit it further.

 

I swear there is some kind of anti Ryan Braun sentiment at ESPN.

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Bianchi, wow!
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'Stache, I tend to agree about your ESPN/Brewers/Braun bias (Conspiracy theory). Why does it seem that they always skip MIL in the scores on the radio in the morning. They read all the other scores. Curious.
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'Stache, I tend to agree about your ESPN/Brewers/Braun bias (Conspiracy theory). Why does it seem that they always skip MIL in the scores on the radio in the morning. They read all the other scores. Curious.

 

Not only that, and I think I've brought it up before, but if you watch baseball highlights with any regularity on ESPN, and they do a little cut-away to action shots of players, they are almost always from visiting teams in Miller Park.

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Some nice Cubs d this inning, but Maldanado could have run a little harder. He should have beaten that out.
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I hardly recognize this Gomez. Looks like he almost has a plan up there lately. Fun to watch.
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Some nice Cubs d this inning, but Maldanado could have run a little harder. He should have beaten that out.

I don't believe there's any way Maldy beats that out. He hit that ball as hard as you can on the ground, and he's easily the slowest player on the roster. Just because he wasn't running all out at the end of the play doesn't mean he had a chance. He wasn't running at 100% effort because he had no shot to be safe.

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Regarding Maldonado: Ueck just said to look for Maldy to lose a few pounds next spring.

 

Is something stopping him from losing a few pounds now?

 

 

The post game beers with the boys.

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As far as I know, retrosheet only goes back to 1900, so I'm pretty sure that's why there is that cutoff.

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