MILWAUKEE One of the extreme oddities in baseball happens every once in a while when a team just can't score when a certain pitcher takes the mound.
It's completely unexplainable if that team has an above average offense. The Milwaukee Brewers do, and they simply can't score for Kyle Lohse.
In the seven games Lohse has started this season, the Brewers have scored 14 runs. His two runs of support per game are the worst in the National League, while seven of the 14 runs came in his one win of the season.
After losing just three games last season for St. Louis, Lohse has already lost four this season primarily because he's received just two runs total in his four losses this year. It's a fascinating stat because the Brewers haven't been a bad offensive team. In the 25 games Lohse hasn't pitched this season, Milwaukee has scored 5.1 runs per game.
While a veteran pitcher like Lohse has a much better understanding of the notion of controlling things that can be controlled than a you...