MILWAUKEE Marco Estrada's body language screamed of frustration out on the mound Sunday afternoon. Afterwards, that frustration was mixed with anger as the right-hander's inability to help his team snap its losing streak was eating away at him in the home clubhouse.
Estrada lasted just 3-13 innings, allowing eight earned runs while walking five in Milwaukee's 10-1 loss to St. Louis, giving the Cardinals their first ever four-game sweep of the Brewers.
"It was one of the worst outings of my career," Estrada said. "I had no idea where the ball was going. It started off pretty good early. Even though I gave up a couple of hits, I felt pretty good. Next thing you know, I made a lot of pitches in the second inning and I couldn't find it after that. It was just one of those outings where I had no clue what I was doing up there. I felt lost. It was a bad outing."
Walks aren't usually a problem for Estrada. He entered Sunday with just seven for the season and had never walked more than ...