Kirk Gibson is sending out the same eight position players in Game 3 as he did in Game 2. Ron Roenicke thought that was a neat idea so he's doing the same thing.
Boy, that sure makes these things an awful lot of fun to try and analyze. Many of these guys can hit. Some of them cannot hit as well as some of the others. You probably already have a good idea of who's really productive and who's less productive.
Through two games, the Brewers as a team have hit 20-for-66 while slugging .515, and that was against the Diamondbacks' two top starters. Today, the Brewers will oppose Josh Collmenter, who is not one of the Diamondbacks' two top starters. Either the Brewers will continue with their hot hitting, or they will not. Or they will find some kind of gray area between those two options. Like an eight- or nine-hit game. That would be in the gray area, right?