Milwaukee Brewers defeat Los Angeles Angels, 12-2

Anaheim — Dylan Covey sat in a corner locker, socks off, slacks and dress shirt still draped over his slender body.

He stopped dressing and stared.

He looked at the players sitting on couches watching a game on television, others looking at film on laptops and others around him reading newspapers, joking around and talking shop.

Once he finally did slip on a Milwaukee Brewers jersey for the first time, the right-hander loved the feeling.

"It's pretty nice. I ki...

Anaheim, Calif. — Far too often for his own liking, and that of his team, Randy Wolf has stood in front of his locker and chastised himself for ugly, unsatisfactory outings.

The Milwaukee Brewers left-hander is accountable. There is no debating that.

At some point, however, those public tongue lashings become nothing more than words when heard too often. Corrections, no matter what kind, must be made and results must change at the risk of being labeled as a bust.