I'm not going to lie. After watching Coffey mow down the Diamondbacks in the 8th, I was hoping to see him pitch the 9th. I know he had to bat in the 8th, but with 2 down and nobody on, his AB couldn't have been any worse than Brad Nelson's. However, Hoffman isn't the all-time saves leader for nothing. A good looking 9th and the Brewers get another great win. Miller Park seems like it jumps up a notch when Trevor enters the game.
Good to see the bats come around a bit in the 7th. The scoring drought was starting to get ridiculous. A great walk by Hart and another excellent walk by Prince. Also, great job by Cameron to jump on the first pitch from a lefty junkballer. Just a great win. What a difference a week can make.
In other news, I'm suspecting one of the all-time great NBA playoff games was played tonight. The Bulls beat the Celtics in triple OT, forcing a Game 7. I only watched the last minute of OT #3, but that was great. Jokim Noah, who I dislike way more than Corey Hart, has a sweet strip of Pierce with about 30-seconds to go and dribbled the length of the court and threw down a dunk and was fouled and gave the Bulls a 3 point lead. With about 10 seconds left and the Bulls up 1, Heinrich blew a wide open lay up on an inbounds play. On the other end, Derrick Rose had a sweet block of Rondo and then was fouled on the other end. Remembering last season's NCAA title game, Rose clanked both FTs and the Celtics had a shot to win but missed. Greta last minute of what I am assuming was a all-time classic game. Oh yah, Ray Allen had 51 points. George Karl can go eat a big fat dick.