Brewers' ragged start at home only gets worse with lop-sided loss to lowly Cincinnati

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Brewers' ragged start at home only gets worse with lop-sided loss to lowly Cincinnati
Brewers' ragged start at home only gets worse with lop-sided loss to lowly Cincinnati

Of all the concerns Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell had entering the season, mounting something resembling a respectable offense was not one of them. "We haven't swung the bats well here, which was kind of down on the list of things you worry about," Counsell said Monday night after his club absorbed a 10-4 beating by woeful Cincinnati at Miller Park. "We just haven't swung the bats well here. Hopefully, we're starting getting a little healthier here the next couple of days and we'll get some guys back and start swinging the bats well." In their first eight games at home, the Brewers have scored 20 runs, a putrid average of 2.5 per game. They've been shut out three times and outscored

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