Found April 24, 2012 on Brewers Bar:
It's been a few days off here in our On the Farm reporting and I apologize for that, but let's get into the heat of things as they stand right now and not dwell on something that can't be undone.  It was a banner day, but not in the good sense, as all four Minor League teams in the Brewers organization went down to defeat yesterday.Brevard County put up ace Jed Bradley yesterday as the Manatees looked to put aside a four game losing streak against Clearwater.  Early season performances would lead you to believe Bradley would be the perfect candidate to break the streak, but it wasn't too be last night.  He had his worst outing of the season as the 'Tees went down 8-7 in a 12 inning thriller, which happened to be the closest game for any of the Brewers affiliates yesterday.  Bradley allowed 7 runs (4 earned) on 8 hits in his 5 innings of work.  He did manage to strike out 5 but also didn't factor into the decision thanks to some good late innings hitting from ...
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