One week after returning to his familiar role as closer, Francisco Rodriguez blew a big one.
K-Rod allowed four runs in the ninth inning and the Milwaukee Brewers lost their fourth straight game, 7-6 to the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night.
''I didn't get it done,'' Rodriguez said. ''It's really painful. Everything just fell apart. It's frustrating.''
The Brewers wasted a solid effort by Randy Wolf and a three-run homer by Carlos Gomez. Wolf gave up two runs and five hits in six innings against his former team. The lefty won 16 games and was an All-Star with Philadelphia in 2003.
''It's by far the most frustrating year of my career and both for the team and myself,'' Wolf said. ''A lot of losses that were hard to swallow.''
The Phillies were 0-42 when trailing after eight innings before coming back against Rodriguez, who replaced John Axford as the closer last week.
Rodriguez (2-5) has blown five saves in eight tries this year. He has 294 career saves.
''He's always been...