April 24 at 7 p.m CT.
Teddy Higuera (3-0, 2.74 vs. Scott McGregor (0-2, 4.42)
Milwaukee Brewers: 13-1 (1st in AL East)
Baltimore Orioles: 8-8 (5th in AL East)
MILWAUKEE — After a rainout (which will be played on May 21 in Chicago) and a scheduled off day, the still smokin’ hot Milwaukee Brewers host their nemesis, the Baltimore Orioles at County Stadium.
Yes, the Crew is on a one-game losing streak (after winning 13 straight to open the season), but they have ace Teddy Higuera on the hill to face Scott McGregor. Could we see 14-1 after the game on April 24? We’ll see, but Crew fans have to like their team’s chances.
The Brewers, who swept the Orioles for wins Nos. 7-9 in Baltimore, will need to keep a similar pace. The New York Yankees have been as hot as the Crew. They’re 13-3 and remarkably only one game behind the Brewers in the standings.
Can the Crew stay hot? They almost have to in order to remain in first place.