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6/29/04 - Brewers (Capuano) @ Rockies (Estes)


Needless to say, this series is huge for the Crew, as Colorado has never been a place the Brewers have historically played well. Plus, the Brewers face two pitchers in the first two games in Estes and Cook that handled the Brewers in Milwaukee.


It should be noted that the Rockies are the last non-divisional opponent the team faces before the trading deadline next month. If the Brewers are going to make a true step forward in the standings, it has to start now.

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I think the Expos are ultimately going to finish ahead of the Diamondbacks and Rockies. While I wouldn't call it a test, this is a series that they should win because it's going to get a lot tougher in a hurry. They really need to hit some HRs in this series.



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Brady Clark makes his triumphant return... oh yeah, and Wes Helms, too.

 MILWAUKEE COLORADO AVG HR RBI AVG HR RBI Scott Podsednik CF .259 9 26 Aaron Miles 2B .313 2 19 Junior Spivey 2B .279 6 27 Royce Clayton SS .286 6 28 Geoff Jenkins LF .253 10 42 Todd Helton 1B .340 13 46 Lyle Overbay 1B .336 9 55 Preston Wilson CF .178 0 7 Bill Hall SS .254 5 28 Larry Walker RF .389 3 5 Wes Helms 3B .252 2 12 Vinny Castilla 3B .275 16 60 Brady Clark RF .252 4 19 Jeromy Burnitz LF .275 16 48 Chad Moeller C .234 3 16 Todd Greene C .279 3 18 Chris Capuano LHP .182 0 0 Shawn Estes LHP .171 0 2 (2-3, 3.09) (8-3, 5.30)


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