The Adidas tagline 'fast don't lie' may be last year's marketing slogan, but it applies to this year's Brewers seamlessly.
Milwaukee's quick duo of Jean Segura and Carlos Gomez have been a terror for opponents on the base paths, something the Phillies can attest to after Friday night's 5-4 loss to the Brewers in Miller Park. Both tallied a triple and a stolen base on the night.
Segura tied up the ball-game in the seventh inning with a triple to the right field corner that turned into a run when the relay home skipped past the catcher. It wasn't as if the ball rolled to the backstop, but Segura's speed and aggressiveness forced the Phillies to make a play, which they were unable to do. The triple was his major league-leading eighth of the season.
Segura slid in to home and appeared to injure his shoulder, but stayed in the game and ended up scoring the winning run in the ninth.
"If you go head-first into home you just have to be sliding way right and trying to tag the plate," man...