Justin Verlander got his first win in a month in a 5-3 victory, pitching eight solid innings and helping himself with a pair of sacrifices as Detroit capped an encouraging 4-2 interleague road trip through Cincinnati and Chicago.
During the 2005 world series Chicago White Sox Third Baseman Joe Crede made two amazing diving catches within a few innings of one another, one of which I captured below. When the 2006 season got underway, I was determined to make a better photo of Crede, which you can see above.
I was back in Milwaukee last night shooting what turned out to be a long and drawn out death for the Brewers. When I focused on Cardinal’s Star Albert Pujols at the end of the game, he barely even reacted.
(Reuters) – The St. Louis Cardinals took advantage of sloppy Milwaukee fielding with another superb bullpen outing to beat the visiting Brewers 7-1 Friday and claim a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven National League Championship Series.
Last night I watched the Milwaukee Brewers defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 to tie the series 2-2 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.