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Chicago Cubs manager Rick Renteria's eyes were watery after a 9-0 loss Sunday to the Milwaukee Brewers.
Kyle Lohse had the Chicago Cubs hitting harmless groundballs early in counts.
Travis Wood made it look pretty easy in his last start against Milwaukee. The left-hander struggled in the rematch, however.
Now leading off for the Brewers ... outfielder Ryan Braun?
Yovani Gallardo sauntered through the clubhouse holding the barrel end of a bat, then headed down a hallway before his start against the Baltimore Orioles.
Following a memorable afternoon's work, Milwaukee Brewers rookie Jimmy Nelson left Marlins Park with a souvenir baseball and a plane ticket for a trip back to the minors.
Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke came to Ryan Braun's defense Sunday over the baserunning blunder that cost their team a run in Saturday's 2-1 loss at Miami.
Carlos Gomez's aggressiveness on the base paths proved to be costly for the Brewers.
Ryan Braun sat out the Brewers' win Friday night at Miami after a flare-up of the oblique strain that sent him to the disabled list earlier this season.
Milwaukee's Ryan Braun left the game against the Atlanta Braves because of tightness in his right side Thursday night.
Lyle Overbay didn't get a lot of satisfaction from making his big league pitching debut.
Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez has been waiting for his offense to wake up.
It took a while for Kyle Lohse to get comfortable on a cold and soggy day at Wrigley Field. Once he got into a groove, the Milwaukee Brewers were well on their way to another victory.
Darwin Barney hit a long drive to left in the second inning, and Junior Lake went deep in the third. It looked as if the Chicago Cubs were headed for a big day at the plate.
Milwaukee slugger Ryan Braun was out of the starting lineup for the Brewers' game against the Chicago Cubs on Friday, leaving the NL Central leaders without three of their best players.
"Obviously, it's never something that's done intentionally," Braun said. "You know whenever you're involved in a situation like that, I think it puts life in perspective and you realize how insignificant baseball is. Thank God from everything we've heard he's OK."
"It's very motivating," Braun said. "It's nothing new for me."