Scouting Report: Orioles Vs. Brewers

August 04, 1994|By Jamison Hensley

At County Stadium, Milwaukee

Day .. .. .. .. .. ..Time .. .. ...TV .. .. .. .. ..Starters

Tonight .. ... .. .. 8:05 .. .. .13, 20 ..Mark Williamson (3-0, 3.86)

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ...vs. Cal Eldred (10-10, 4.41)

Tomorrow night .. ...8:05 .. .. .54, 50 .. ..Ben McDonald (12-7, 4.47)

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Ricky Bones (10-7, 3.34)

Saturday night .. ...8:05 .. .. .13, 7 .. ..Arthur Rhodes (2-5, 7.01)

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Bill Wegman (8-4, 4.35)

Sunday afternoon .. .2:05 .. .. .13, 20 .. ..Mike Mussina (15-5, 3.10)

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..vs. Bob Scanlan (2-5, 4.14)

Radio: All games on WBAL (1090 AM) and WTOP (1500 AM)

Brewers update

The Brewers (50-57) dropped three straight to the Yankees after moving to within four games of .500. Before the New York series, Milwaukee had won five of its past six and was 11-6 since the All-Star break. But the Brewers were listless against the Yankees, hitting .183 (15-for-82) and scoring five runs the entire series. The Brewers have had only one extra-base hit in their past three games. Power hitting has plagued Milwaukee all season. The Brewers rank last in the American League in home runs (93). One of the reasons for their sporadic play is that the Brewers have six rookies on the active roster. The Brewers' top power hitter, left fielder Greg Vaughn, has one hit in his past 23 at-bats. Designated hitter Kevin Seitzer, who was hit in the face by a pitch on Monday by Melido Perez, is wearing a batting helmet fitted with a padded protective "C-flap" to shield the area below his left eye.

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