"We were due," Nationals manager Dusty Baker said. "We'd been shutout for [17 1/3] innings. Sometimes you go through streaks where you're just not getting hits. But we were hitting the ball hard. It just got to be like a feeding frenzy. That's a good game for us to win, big time." Starters Jimmy Nelson for the Brewers and Gio Gonzalez for the Nats dueled for much of the night before Nelson's four-pitch walk to open the eighth sparked Washington's winning rally.
Brinson, the Brewers' top-ranked prospect and No. 15 overall according to MLBPipeline.com, went 3-for-31 during his first stint on the Major Leagues last month but went on an offensive tear after returning to the Minors. He was slashing .411/.465/.711 with 16 extra-base hits in 21 games before exiting Tuesday's game before he could take an at-bat. When Brinson was replaced by a pinch-hitter in the bottom of the first inning, it fueled speculation at the time he might have been traded.
Brinson, the Brewers' top-ranked prospect and No. 15 overall according to MLBPipeline.com, exited that Minor League game less than an hour after the Brewers beat the Nationals, 8-0, at Nationals Park in a game left fielder Ryan Braun exited in the middle of the eighth inning. Asked after the game whether he was lifted because of the score, or whether he had tweaked one of the injuries that has cost him playing time in recent weeks, Braun said, "the score."
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