BY ANDREI GRESKAFOXSportsWisconsin.com
Looking to close out the nine-game road trip on a positive note, the Milwaukee Brewers managed to do just the opposite, giving up an eighth-inning lead before falling to Houston 7-4 in the 10th inning off a three-run walk-off from Carlos Pena.
"Defensively we gave them a couple of runs early. Offensively we obviously didn't do the job when we had guys on third base," a flustered Ron Roenicke said after the game. "That was a bad game."
Roenicke went so far as to agree that this was the Brewers' worst game of the year saying it was "as bad as it gets."
"Sometimes we may lose or we may not pitch well or not hit, but all the things we did wrong in that game, it was a bad game."
Yovani Gallardo pitched well, pushing his scoreless streak to 21 innings after going seven innings allowing five hits and three unearned runs, but it was not enough as fielding errors and bullpen mistakes cost him the win.
"He pitched really well," Roenicke said. "He had ev...