MILWAUKEE -- A quick gander at some of the individual numbers in Milwaukee's batting order leaves an impression that the Brewers have one of the more potent offenses in the National League.
The overall offensive results are simply puzzling. How an offense with the ability to be one of the best in baseball - featuring five guys hitting over .313 - can struggle to score runs is a mystery.
Outside of two Carlos Gomez solo home runs, Milwaukee's offense was lifeless Saturday afternoon in a 5-2 loss to Pittsburgh. It's the third straight game the Brewers have scored two runs, usually not enough with the pitching they've been getting.
"I know we are missing Corey Hart, but that's still a good offense we are putting out there," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. "I look at the lineup, write it down every day. You look at it, look at some of the numbers we are putting up, I expect us to score runs.
"It's puzzling. I think we are certainly better than what we are showing offensively. Hop...