ATLANTA (AP) -- If the Brewers can't get some hits off a pitcher who spent all season in the minors, what's going to happen when they meet Tim Hudson in Atlanta tonight?
Or John Smoltz tomorrow night?
They're two of the best in the league.
The Brewers fell to 31-47 on the road with two consecutive losses, including last night's 3-1 setback to Jeff Bennett.
The righthander pitched out of the Brewers' bullpen in 2004 before suffering an injury and eventually having elbow surgery.
The Braves are on a five-game winning streak and have been gaining ground in the East Division, although they're still in third place.
The Brewers fell a 1 1/2 games behind first-place Chicago in the N.L. Central.