MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers are a team searching for answers, unsure if they are going to find them in time.
The overall sloppiness of Wednesday's loss that dropped the Brewers to 4-16 in May has frustration setting in. Though there's plenty of baseball left to be played, Milwaukee is going to need to find a groove in order to prevent finding itself out of contention by the All-Star break.
"We haven't played good baseball," Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun said. "It's been pretty terrible, you know? Miserable. It's not fun (when) we're playing like this. We're not doing very many things well. We're barely even competitive, so it's not fun."
Things just haven't clicked for an extended period of time. The calculated risk the organization took on an inexperienced starting rotation hasn't worked as the Brewers' rotation currently sports a National League-worst 5.28 ERA.
When the starters have given the team a chance to win, the offense goes silent. But the main culprit has bee...