June 2, 2013
April 26, 1984 - Yount Trips Angels
I don't look forward to games with the Brewers. Their 1984 team was pretty weak. Outside of Robin Yount and Rollie Fingers, there weren't a ton of standout seasons. Every time I put their lineup down, I feel like I'm cobbling together has-beens and never-were's.
All that being said, the Brew Crew gave an exciting game. The game was scoreless until the top of the fourth. Doug DeCinces led off with a solo homer, and a Reggie Jackson ground out eventually scored Daryl Sconiers.
The game stayed that way until the bottom of the fifth, when Milwaukee staged a magnificent two out rally. Ted Simmons singled and the Dion James and Jim Sundberg were issued back to back walks. With the bases loaded Angels' starter Ron Romanick faced Robin Yount. Yount managed to rip the ball for a bases-clearing triple. Tom Tellmann and Rollie Fingers preserved the win for Moose Haas, and Milwaukee got just their sixth win on the season.
Winning Pitcher - Moose Haas
Losing Pitcher - Ron Romanick
Save - Rollie Fingers
Player of the Game - Robin Yount, 1-3, 3B, 3RBI's
Hall of Famers in the Game - Reggie Jackson, Rod Carew, Robin Yount, Rollie Fingers