Astros 9, BREWERS 5: Quick Recap | Disciples of Uecker

Disciples of Uecker

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The story of this game is simple. Todd Coffey couldn’t shut the door against a terrible Astros team. Yes, Casey McGehee made an error, but it was possibly the hardest hit error that I’ve seen all year – Coffey’s not completely off the hook there. He’s simply not a shut down reliever – and never really has been – but unfortunately, Parra’s short, if decent, start put us in a bad situation.

Rickie Weeks and Corey Hart continued to hit, but Prince Fielder had a poor game, going hitless against the myriad of Astros pitchers the Brewers saw tonight.

This loss really hurts, as both the Cardinals and the Reds won tonight.

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  1. Scott says: June 28, 2010

    Is it just me, or has Prince been incredibly non-clutch this season? I can’t help but think all the K’s with men on base won’t be helping his trade value (for the Brewers) or salary negotiations (for Prince).

    • Jack Moore says: June 28, 2010

      He’s been pretty brutal with RISP – if you check the FanGraphs player pages, they have splits for low, medium and high leverage too, and he’s been poor in high leverage situations. I don’t think it’s predictive – no reason to assume it’ll continue, as far as I can tell – but you’re right, it certainly doesn’t help the Brewers in any way.

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