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Roenicke says Brewers aren't playing terrible

(WNFL)- Milwaukee Brewers' manager Ron Roenicke says his team is "not playing terrible," despite losing six of its last seven. The fourth-year skipper says the Brewers have been in every game, but they've come up a run or two short. In Roenicke's words, "We're not getting that big hit when we need to ... We're not making the big pitch." Milwaukee has lost two straight, after a one-run loss to Philadelphia last night at Miller Park. The Crew is still in first place in the National League Central, four games ahead of Saint Louis, four-and-a-half ahead of Pittsburgh, and five up on Cincinnati. The Milwaukee offense has slowed down, scoring just seven runs over its last four games. Ryan Braun returned last night after sitting out almost two contests with back spasms. He singled and doubled in a losing cause. Philly has dropped 9-of-11, and is 27th in the Majors with a .237 team batting average. Right-hander Wily Peralta will start for Milwaukee tonight against Phillies' righty Kyle Kendrick.Milwaukee Brewers' manager Ron Roenicke says his team is "not playing terrible," despite losing six of its last seven. The fourth-year skipper says the Brewers have been in every game, but they've come up a run or two short. In Roenicke's words, "We're not getting that big hit when we need to ... We're not making the big pitch." Milwaukee has lost two straight, after a one-run loss to Philadelphia last night at Miller Park. The Crew is still in first place in the National League Central, four games ahead of Saint Louis, four-and-a-half ahead of Pittsburgh, and five up on Cincinnati. The Milwaukee offense has slowed down, scoring just seven runs over its last four games. Ryan Braun returned last night after sitting out almost two contests with back spasms. He singled and doubled in a losing cause. Philly has dropped 9-of-11, and is 27th in the Majors with a .237 team batting average. Right-hander Wily Peralta will start for Milwaukee tonight against Phillies' righty Kyle Kendrick.

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