The Milwaukee Brewers’ longest skid of the season has ended, and so too, apparently, has the belief they can still contend for a playoff spot. It’s a different story for the Nationals.
According to Tim Brown from Yahoo! Sports, the first baseman has chosen to play for the Detroit Tigers after reaching nine year deal for $214 million. The Washington Nationals were thought to be the favorites to land Fielder
Milwaukee’s Zack Grienke stuck out 10 and hit the go-ahead home run as the Brewers send the Nationals limping home.
Milwaukee scored two runs in each the seventh and eighth innings to rally back against Washington.
After struggling early in the season, Milwaukee’s Corey Hart breaks out by hitting three home runs against the Nationals last night.
I wonder if Nyjer Morgan enjoyed his return visit to the “non-baseball” town of Washington, D.C.?