By JESSE TEMPLE
MILWAUKEE Clubbies can launder the Twins uniforms all they want, but the pungent stench of misery clinging to Jason Marquis these days is simply inescapable.
No matter where Marquis takes the mound, in the home whites or the road grays, the Minnesota pitcher has been nothing short of disastrous recently. His immense struggles continued Sunday when he failed to last beyond the second inning of Milwaukee's 16-4 drubbing of Minnesota at Miller Park.
Marquis has now lost four straight decisions, the last three coming without providing his team much of a chance. During a span of 10-23 innings pitched in those three games, Marquis has surrendered 18 earned runs.
"If I was able to feel what I was doing wrong, I'd feel like I'd be able to make the adjustment a little better," Marquis said. "I'm not going to stop working to get better. I'm just not doing my job, and I'm putting this team in a hole every time I step on the mound."
On Sunday, Marqui...