MILWAUKEE Thirteen pitches, and the Diamondbacks were done.
That's all it took for the Milwaukee Brewers to string together six good at-bats and score five times in the sixth inning, breaking a 4-4 tie created just an inning earlier by Justin Uptons long home run.
When they were done, the Brewers had a 9-4 victory on Sunday at Miller Park and the D-backs found themselves on the way to Chase Field in a 2-0 hole in the National League Division Series.Walk, error, walk, single, single, single.
Arizona catcher Miguel Montero felt as if he were in a crossfire.
It was crazy. It was really crazy," Montero said. "I didnt even get a chance to second-guess myself. It was like OK, here we go, boom-boom, boom-boom-boom. Whats going on over here? I felt like I was in the middle and everybody was shooting.We had the momentum. If we would have held them for one more inning, I think we would have won the game, who knows. The game was there, and 20 minutes later the manager is taking out the p...