The Milwaukee Brewers have had some really bad pitching this year. There number one and number two starters coming into the year in Kyle Lohse and Matt Garza have been the worst one and two starters in baseball.
Lohse had already been sent to the bullpen, and now Matt Garza is done for the year, as manager Craig Counsell told the media today after the Brewers 8-6 win over the Reds that the team will ‘explore other options’ when it comes to starting pitching.
Matt Garza being shut down for rest of the season, Craig Counsell says. Want to look at other options.
— Todd Rosiak (@Todd_Rosiak) September 5, 2015
Garza is really upset with the move, but it’s understandable why the Brewers are doing this. Garza is having his worst Major League season ever, with a 6-14 win-loss record, and a 5.56 earned run average on the year. With the Brewers way out of the race, it’s worth it to see what young pitchers can bring to the table this year, and see if they can be used come 2016.
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