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Topic - Yovani Gallardo
Werth hit a game-winning RBI double in the bottom of the ninth after the Brewers tied it in the top of the inning and the Washington Nationals beat Milwaukee 5-4 on Sunday afternoon.
Nelson Cruz's two latest home runs weren't enough to keep the Baltimore Orioles from leaving town with a second straight loss.
Ryan Howard hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift the Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-3 win over the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night.
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.
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo couldn't have picked a better spot for the first pinch hit of his career.
The Baltimore Orioles discovered that there might be something to the baseball adage about not putting the go-ahead run on base - regardless of who's up next.
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.
Talk about bouncing back.
The Milwaukee Brewers are mired in their worst slump of the season.
The leadoff single to Ryan Braun was understandable. The two walks allowed by Mark Melancon that followed were unexpected.
No hug for the fan who wanted to meet Derek Jeter. Another loss for the Milwaukee Brewers, too.
Yovani Gallardo gave up nothing but singles. The way Johnny Cueto was pitching, it wasn't good enough.
Khris Davis could have easily just called it a day after striking out four times.
Chase Headley gave the best bullpen in baseball a lift.
Yovani Gallardo made it a point to be aggressive on the mound and get hitters to chase pitches that could be turned into easy outs.
"We see the guy in front of us do a great job and we want to do even better," Gallardo said after the Brewers beat the Red Sox 4-0 on Sunday, his second straight scoreless start.
"We don't get to come here very often," he said. "The fans cheer their team on nonstop and you've got to calm yourself down."