Brewers hope to cool off MiamiWisconsin Sports
The Marlins have won four straight, their longest winning streak since early May when they took seven in a row. Zack Greinke will pitch for Milwaukee. He's 15-0 at Miller Park.
The Brewers will try to cool down a hot Miami team Monday night at Miller Park. The Marlins have won four straight, their longest winning streak since early May when they took seven in a row.
But Miami has only won three of its previous 20 away games, and they’ve dropped four straight on the road.
The Brewers are six games below .500. They’re still hoping to catch fire before they have to make a decision later this month on whether to trade their best starter, Zack Greinke.
The right-hander will pitch Monday night. Greinke is 9-2 with an ERA of 2.82. He’s 15-0 at Miller Park since being traded to Milwaukee at the start of 2011.
The Marlins will put up right-hander Carlos Zambrano, who’s 4-6 with a 3.71 ERA. Zambrano is 13-10 against the Brewers during his days with the Chicago Cubs.
Miami has won its last four games by a combined score of 19-9. The Marlins have batted .301 during that stretch while limiting opponents to 2.25 runs every nine innings.