At least in previous losses there was somewhere to point the finger. Either the starting pitching wasn't good enough, the bullpen coughed up the lead or the offense just couldn't score runs.
Saturday afternoon all that has ailed the Milwaukee Brewers combined into a 8-0 loss at the hands of the St. Louis Cardinals, dropping the Brewers to 2-8, their worst record through 10 games since 2002.
The Brewers haven't scored a run since the second inning of Tuesday's loss to the Cubs, 25 innings ago. After being two-hit by rookie Shelby Miller and the Cardinals bullpen Friday night, Cardinals ace right-hander Adam Wainwright struck out 12 in a complete game shutout Saturday afternoon.
Rickie Weeks snapped an 0-for-21 skid with a bloop double, Milwaukee's first hit out of the cleanup spot since Aramis Ramirez went on the disabled list. Ryan Braun is 0-for-7 in the St. Louis' series with six strikeouts.
After Kyle Lohse pitched a dandy in the series opener, Yo...