Jul 21, 2013, 7:15 PM EDT
The Brewers defeated the Marlins 1-0 in 13 innings this afternoon, shutting the Marlins out in all three games of the series in Milwaukee. Caleb Gindl hit a walk-off home run, the first of his career. The Brew Crew defeated the Fish 2-0 on Friday and 6-0 last night as the Marlins have now failed to score a run since the fourth inning on July 14 against the Nationals, a streak of 37 consecutive scoreless innings. It is the longest consecutive scoreless innings streak since the Astros in 1985, according to Joe Capozzi of the Palm Beach Post.
The Marlins and Brewers are the National League’s two worst teams. The Marlins began the series at 35-58 with a -91 run differential and the Brewers 38-56 with a -65 run differential.
Now headed to Colorado for a four-game set against the Rockies, the Marlins will look to snap their offensive drought in baseball’s most hitter-friendly ballpark.
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