October 25, 2014

Brewers can’t wait for June

The Milwaukee Brewers will certainly welcome a change in the calendar month.  With two days left in May, the Brewers are just 5-21 this month, dropping their 5th straight game last night, 4-1 to the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.

Marco Estrada gave up three runs on five hits in the first inning to get saddled with the loss.

AUDIO: Marco Estrada said it has been a disappointing period :14

The Brewers have been so bad that they’ve trailed for 50 straight innings.  The last time they led was in last Friday’s 2-1 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates, which is the last time they won a game.

Estrada did settle down and pitch well, working 7-innings and helping salvage the Brewers worn out bullpen.

The Brewers’ worst May in franchise history came in 1987 when they finished 6-18.  They have two games left this month, trying to avoid a new franchise record for fewest wins in the month.