Cincinnati Reds defeat Milwaukee Brewers, 7-4
Cincinnati — Rickie Weeks is not one to be completely satisfied with his accomplishments.
"You always try to get better," said the Brewers' second baseman. "There's always things you can improve on."
True, but at least Brewers fans no longer have to wonder what the talented leadoff hitter can accomplish when healthy. After some injury-plagued years, particularly with his wrists, Weeks stayed on the field in 2010 and not coincidentally put together his best season.
Cincinnati — Here's a suggestion for those bantering back and forth about the use of replay in baseball.
Before moving on to expanded replay, how about getting the current replay system correct?
The umpiring crew had trouble in that respect Saturday afternoon at Great American Ball Park as the Cincinnati Reds rallied to top the Milwaukee Brewers, 7-4.
As it turned out, the home-run call they blew didn't numerically cost the Brewers the game, but manager Ken Macha ...