MILWAUKEE -- For a good chunk of the first half of the season, the Milwaukee Brewers couldn't buy a quality start let alone a shutout.
After becoming the last team in baseball to collect a shutout this season -- finally getting their first on June 15 in Cincinnati -- the Brewers now have seven shutouts in their last 30 games after Saturday night's 6-0 victory over Miami.
Yovani Gallardo worked 6 13 innings and didn't allow a run, as the Brewers shut out the Marlins for the second night in.
"Yovani had great command today," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. "Curveball really good, fastballs to both sides, sliders were good. When we command the ball, we're pretty good and tough to get a lot a runs off of."
Though the two shutouts after the All-Star break have come against baseball's worst offensive team, Gallardo and Kyle Lohse's outings the last two nights have continued a turnaround in Milwaukee's starting pitching.
Once the worst starting staff in baseball, the Brewers have s...