A year removed from the team's first postseason berth in a quarter century, the 2009 Milwaukee Brewers finished a disappointing 80-82, good for thirdáin the National League Central behind the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs. Here's a look back at The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly from the 2009 Milwaukee Brewers season... á á á Starting Pitching á The Good á Yovani Gallardo and Braden Looper were the only two full-time Brewers starters to post winning records in 2009. Looper, who joined the team as a free agent from the St. Louis Cardinals in the offseason, started 34 games and posted a 14-7 record. Looper's 14 wins are the most for a Brewers right-hander since Cal Eldred notched 14 victories in 1993, and his 17 quality starts led the Brewers. á Gallardo posted a 13-12 recor ...
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