By Eric Fischer
While the Brewers offense was red hot Friday night, it was ice cold Saturday, as Milwaukee lost to the Rockies 4-0. The Brewers only managed five hits Saturday night and struck out ten times. Milwaukee did have a couple opportunities in the contest going 0-11 with runners in scoring position, as well as a controversial call regarding a long foul ball that could have been called a home run for Jesus Aguilar. Brent Suter was forced to make a spot start for Chase Anderson on Saturday, and Rockies shortstop Trevor Story went 3-3 and drove in all four runs in the game, including two home runs off Suter. With Suter starting a day earlier, Brewers #9 prospect, 21-year-old Freddy Peralta will make his MLB debut to fill the gap in the rotation, becoming the youngest Brewers starting pitcher since Yovani Gallardo made his debut in 2007 (via Adam McCalvy at Brewers.com).