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Historically bad May leaves Brewers with many questions, few answers

6:11 PM, Jun. 1, 2013
Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun looks on after striking out in the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun looks on after striking out in the fourth inning against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field.
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They avoided setting a new club record for month-long futility. But the Milwaukee Brewers still found themselves on the wrong side of history as May came to a close this week.

With the calendar having turned to June, the Brewers no doubt will say it's still early as they look to turn things around. After all, they do have more than 100 games left to play.

But going 6-22 in May to match the worst month in club history - dating back to the 1969 Seattle Pilots - leaves this team with a lot of work to do just to get back to where they were five weeks ago. ...

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