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Sunday, September 18, 2005

Brewers Swept 1-6



Chris Capuano (17-10) gave up four runs, five hits and five walks in five innings.

"Capuano had too many walks," Yost said. "We have been struggling to get runs, and we just can't afford to put runners on base. He just struggled all day long."

Capuano had won his previous three starts and five of six.

"Today I just didn't have a great feel," he said. "My command was off. This was a terrible series for us all around, both pitching and hitting. The walks kind of hurt me. I was trying to establish the inside part of the plate. I just wasn't getting the calls."

Rodriguez (10-8) allowed one run and four hits, earning a standing ovation from the crowd as he left with one out in the eighth. Three relievers completed the five-hitter.

Bruntlett tied career highs with the three-hit game and his fourth home run of the season.

Milwaukee dropped to 73-76. The Brewers, held scoreless for 19 consecutive innings before Jeff Cirillo's RBI grounder in the eighth, are trying to avoid finishing with a losing record for the 13th consecutive season.

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