Found August 15, 2013 on Brewers Bar:
(Image: Michael Ainsworth/The Dallas Morning News) It’s been a week of squeeze play karma for the Milwaukee Brewers.  In Tuesday’s game against the Texas Rangers, Jean Segura scored a Badger Mutual insurance run in the eighth inning on an apparent failed squeeze attempt (if only all failures in baseball had such an upside).  Segura escaping the rundown was a heartwarming highlight in an otherwise forgettable season. Of course, a little over one week earlier the Brewers lost a close game to the San Francisco Giants.  That game was one of those "missed opportunities" defeats that is not uncommon in baseball.  One of the missed opportunities was when Tyler Thornburg couldn’t get the bunt down on a squeeze attempt, leaving Scooter Gennett hanging after a one-out triple. Within a relatively short span, Brewers fans got to experience what the squeeze giveth, and what the squeeze taketh away.  (More accurately, we got to experience what the squeeze taketh away, and ho...
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