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It's JJ Hardy Bobblehead Day and for this one it clearly was a total Sell Out without Question and by what I here all the seats where gone before the day of game other then the Ueck's clearly.
And Hey, Hey, Hey, It was Mr Bobble himself with the Game Winner in Extra Innings. Although this was a tuff Game as the Brewers hit the ball very well but the Brewers had troble getting hit once they got base runners on base but it was good to see that the brewers keep at it and pull this one
Another Game and the Brewers train keeps rolling along. The Brewers didn't hit all that great in this one as a team for it was all Bruan and Fielders doing on this night and Bush and the Bullpen hold them in there and we got the win so I guess that's good enough.
The Brewers open the 3 game set againt Pittsburgh on Fri August 22 and it was another one of those so called sell out and I see that on JSONLINE the blog entry on What is a Sell Out and the team says they consider a game a sellout when the team is reduced to selling single seats, standing room only and obstructed view. hmmm, It's a sell out when they have single seats to sell. Interesting.
Well, For this one this was a close game that was had fight good pitching a little hitting
As a baseball fan, you always have to keep in mind just how long the baseball season really is. Consider that each NFL game is less than the equivalent to 10 MLB contests. So, when the season is only half over, there are still a ton of games. Consider the New York Mets as perfect evidence. If someone would have told you back in May or June that the team's season would be saved (perhaps) with the hitting of Carlos Delgado and the pitching of Mike Pelfrey, then you probably would have told them they