Phillies vs. Brewers (1991)

From the 1990-91 Phillies Baseball Season:

The Philly Phillies ended their longest winning streak since 13 games in 1991. Glavine had seven strong innings of pitching and the Mets beat Philly 13-4, snapping the Phillies nine-game winning streak. Too bad, because during Philly’s winning streak, fans were so joyous that they were calling every limo company in Philly and arriving in style like they were attending the Oscars!

It had actually been rather a turnaround for the Phillies, who opened 1-6 and completed 10-14 in April. The winning streak began on April 30 with a 5-1 victory in Pittsburgh that prevented a three-game sweep versus the woeful Pirates.

“We just need to toss this away and get better tomorrow,” Phillies coach Charlie Manuel stated.

Milwaukee really did not have a good time against the Padres. There was a game once that was totally controlled by Chan Ho Park that didn’t permitted any type of runs in the 6 innings he pitched.

Park attributed outfielders Mike Cameron and Brian Giles for making fantastic catches. “As well as, I had a great catcher back there calling the best pitches, to ensure that assists and also makes me a lot more comfy and positive,” Park said.

The Brewers that have a 17-17 record were playing really good baseball up until they faced the Padres, which outplay them in 2 of the 3 games of the series. The Brewers had an incredible period, but then they were in a hole and come down to an .500 average.

Milwaukee will certainly face Philly in a series that will be very amazing, because both groups need to win. Anticipate just terrific baseball games between these two. If you liked sports’ wagering, this was an excellent possibility to provide even more emotion to the All-American sport by making some bets on this series.