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The Milwaukee Brewers did their best to stage a ninth inning rally for the over 45,000 fans in attendance at Miller Park yesterday, but Franklin Morales and the Colorado Rockies were just a bit better. The Brewers brought the tying run to the plate with just one out in the ninth, but both Prince Fielder and Jim Edmonds hit line drives that were caught, and Milwaukee started the 2010 season with a loss. A loss is always a bad way to start the season, but there were plenty of positives to take from the first game that should leave fans just as excited as they were prior to the first pitch yesterday. The maturation of Yovani Gallardo continued. Gallardo made his first career Opening Day start, and his nerves were evident from the first pitch. Although he made it through seven innings, he only ...

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