Plush runs through sign, Brewers best Dodgers
MILWAUKEE — Nyjer Morgan’s bat hasn’t been hot; so he decided to hot foot it for home, and the Brewers beat the Dodgers in dramatic fashion for the the second straight game on Wednesday night, April 18th 3-2 in 10 innings.
Running through an obvious stop sign by third-base coach Ed Sedar, Morgan tagged on a shallow pop fly to center field by Ryan Braun. His slide barely beat the throw. In fact, from at least one angle on replay, you could argue that T. Plush was out. No matter, Milwaukee won in walk off fashion for the second consecutive night. Manager Ron Roenicke’s men (6-6) go for a three-game sweep of L.A. (9-3) Thursday afternoon, April 19th.
Zack Greinke (12-0 at Miller Park) and former Brewers hurler Chris Capuano pitched well, though neither figured into the final decision.
Aramis Ramirez first Brewers homer — a 444 foot bomb to left center, tied the game at two in the sixth inning.