The Milwaukee Brewers feel they should be doing much better. They certainly can't do much worse, sitting at the bottom of the NL Central.
The Brewers look to build on a stirring comeback victory over the Philadelphia Phillies as the teams meet Saturday night at Miller Park.
Milwaukee (23-37) has dropped 26 of 35 to fall into last place. After losing 5-1 to Philadelphia (31-31) in the opener of this four-game set Thursday, the Brewers appeared headed for a similar fate Friday.
Milwaukee, though, erased a four-run deficit against Cliff Lee and won on Aramis Ramirez's walkoff single that scored Jean Segura in a 5-4 victory.
"We know we are better than we have played so far this season," said Ramirez, who missed 23 games earlier this year with a knee sprain. "I hoping this can be a springboard to get us to start playing better."
The Brewers took two of three at Philadelphia last weekend.
Segura legged out a triple in the seventh inning Friday and scored the tying run on an error. ...