The Milwaukee Brewers
made news today. They trounced the Pittsburgh Pirates by a score of 20-0, setting a record for the biggest shutout win in franchise history. The last time they won by 20 runs was in 1992 (as an American league team), when they beat the Toronto Blue Jays 22-2.
This afternoon, Milwaukee scored 20 runs on 25 hits, hit seven doubles, smacked four homeruns, and ended the three-game series by outscoring the Pirates 36-1. This was was also the Pirates most-lopsided loss in their entire 124-year history.
I'd call that a good game. How 'bout you?
"Edmonds, Braun and Brewers batter Pirates 20-0