To say things are not going all that well for the Milwaukee Brewers would be somewhat of an understatement.
After losing to the Cincinnati Reds 6-1 on Monday the Brewers are in the cellar of Major League Baseball with a record of 2-11. The team that started out so strong last season only to whither and die by October, ending up without a playoff spot, are now off to their worst start in franchise history.
They’ve scored just 20 runs in 13 games, including Ryan Braun‘s solo shot that was the team’s only offense Monday against the Reds. Total the Brewers have hit only four home runs. Things are not looking good.
The team is already playing without their two-time All-Star and Gold Glove center fielder Carlos Gomezwho is out with a hamstring injury. Monday night after the their loss the Brewers announced that they will now not only be playing without Gomez but without All-Star catcher Jonathan Lucroy.
For more information on Lucroy’s injury and how long he’ll be out go to Baseball Hot Corner using the link below: