“Being a starting pitcher, you’re creatures of habit, and so it’s nice to get on a routine," Milwaukee left-hander Brett Anderson said.
"There's only a handful of guys who can make that play," Anderson said. "To be able to come in and have the foresight to charge it and then make a perfect throw on the run, that saved the game. Those guys (in the infield) have been doing that all year. For a guy that doesn't strike many people out, I need those plays."