Milwaukee (WQOW) -- The Brewers hold a voluntary workout Thursday at Miller Park, prior to beginning the second half of their season.
68 games remain for the Brewers, who find themselves as the NL Central's last-place team, 18 games under five-hundred, and 19.5 games out of first. Despite those dismal numbers, players say it's time to put the first half in the past.
"It'll be nice to come back to a familiar place and hopefully have that advantage of having that home field crowd," says Brewers outfielder Logan Schafer, "and it's always nice coming home and settling back in before you start the second half."
"It's always nice to come back at home," says Brewers first baseman Sean Halton, "getting this day here when we can come in and kind of get our feet wet again is always a benefit of playing at home after the break, and I think it'll serve us well."
Milwaukee will be at Miller Park, Friday, to host the Marlins. Miami's one of three teams in the majors with a worse record than the Brewers.
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