The score looks closer then it actually really was as the Milwaukee Brewers pitching woes continued in Colorado last night. The Brewers pitching staff has given up a lot of home runs this year and add another three home runs as the Rockies pounded the Brewers by a score of 10-6.
Jeff Suppan started for the Brewers and was only able to go 6.0 innings giving up 10 hits and eight earned runs along with two home runs. The Brewers are going to figure out if they want to bring him back or not and that will be a decision that I find very interesting one . Actually last night the bullpen did not do to bad only two runs rest of the way is probably a successful night for that horrible bullpen.
The Brewers pounded out 14 hits along with three home runs, but it was just not enough to get the win. Of course when you leave 11 runners on base that really does not help. Prince Fielder is tied for the RBI lead in the National League with Ryan Howard so going into the weekend he could become only the second Brewer player in history to win a RBI Crown.