The Brewers closed out the home portion of their 2010 schedule with a 7-1 victory over the Florida Marlins Sunday at Miller Park. Chris Capuano earned the victory with 6-innings of 4-hit baseball.
The game was an emotional one for fans and players. Prince Fielder was replaced by a pinch runner after an 8th inning walk and was given a standing ovation by the home crowd. All signs point to Fielder being dealt in the offseason for pitching. If that is the case; Prince will have only good memories of Milwaukee:
Fielder clubbed his team high 32nd homer of the season while Lorenzo Cain smacked the first of his career. Ryan Braun added a pair of 2-run shots in a bitter sweet day for the outfielder. Braun reached the 100-RBI plateau for the third straight season but adds to the sadness of possibly losing Prince:
The Brewers will head out on the road for the final week of the season. They play the first of four tonight in New York before closing things out this weekend in Cincinnati.