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Brewers Looking for Home Cooking During Home Stand

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The first half of the Pioneer league baseball season ends a week from Friday, and the Brewers have some catching up to do. They still have a shot at first place, but they need to get going. And they're hoping a seven-game home-stand can help them build momentum.

Kidrick Legion Field has to be a sight for soar eyes for the Brewers. They just wrapped up a week long road trip in which they went 2-5 against Orem and Grand Junction. The Brewers are six games behind Great Falls for first place, but they're not pushing the panic button just yet. They're hoping a little home cooking can help them get back on the winning track.

"It was a long road trip," admits Brewers catcher Jack Cleary. "Didn't play as well as we wanted to but i think that we got some things that we can work on. Just staying aggressive on the plate and at the mound and just sticking with our plans."

"Being consistent and not trying to do too much on the mound, or in the field, or at the plate," said Brewers outfielder and home run leader Mitch Meyer. "Just trying to kind of calm everything down and get back to just playing baseball and not worry about the outside factors."

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