Around the time the verdict came down, Kato Kaelin was angry on Twitter. You remember Kato, right? The Brewers — from Kaelin’s hometown of Milwaukee — lost a Thursday matinee 4-2 to the Pittsburgh Pirates.
First up are the Milwaukee Brewers, who the Phils just faced last weekend at Miller Park coming out of the All-Star break. It was only the second series win of at least three games for the Phillies since they swept the Braves April 21-23 to improve to 9-9. This feels like the first time all season the Phillies' three- and four-hitters are locked in simultaneously.
A group of veterans seemed destined to miss the Pittsburgh Pirates’ game against the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday after their bus crashed into a bridge about a half-mile from PNC Park. The driver taking them from the Pennsylvania Soldiers and Sailors Home in Erie, Pa., underestimated the height of the bus and got it wedged under an overpass, tearing the roof back in the process. But no one was injured, and the group really wanted to see that ballgame. Another bus was on its way, but it wouldn’t get there in nearly enough time to make that happen. So some police officers who had responded to the accident and staff members of the nursing home decided to make sure those veterans got to their game