Milwaukee's Mark Rogers welcomed his first child to the world Monday.
He's hoping he doesn't have to wait much longer for his first major league win.
Rogers takes the ball Wednesday for the sputtering Brewers in a matchup with a Colorado Rockies team seeking its first home sweep in 2 12 months.
After dropping Monday's opener 9-6, Milwaukee (52-63) fell to 1-13 away from Miller Park since the All-Star break with Tuesday's 8-6 loss.
The defending NL Central champs, who are already three losses away from matching last season's total, had reason to believe they could solve their road woes in Denver. Colorado (43-71) entered the series with only one win in its previous 11 games at Coors Field.
Instead the Rockies, whose only home sweep came over Houston from May 28-31, have jumped all over Milwaukee's starters in the first two games, roughing up Mike Fiers for eight runs in two innings Monday and Randy Wolf for six in five the following night.
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