After losing starting pitcher Marco Estrada in the first inning, the Milwaukee Brewers knew it would be an interesting day at Miller Park.
But who would pitch the rest of the game and keep the Brewers' managers from going deep into the bullpen?
Lefty Manny Parra, who was pitched four times in the last six games, entered in the second and only lasted two innings while giving up three earned runs before giving way to Kameron Loe.
Loe, who has also been receiving a lot of work in the last few games, gave up two more runs before giving way to Jose Veras.
Veras, who also got the win, performed superbly, giving up no runs or hits and striking out three in his two innings of work.
From there, the usual battery of Francisco Rodriquez and John Axford sealed the deal for the Brewers in the victory to avoid the sweep from the visitors from out west.
The pitching problems could lead to Estrada winding up on the disabled list, and he didn't even get injured pitching. Estrada sent a hot liner towards third base and strained his thigh legging out the eventual double that scored two of his teammates.
Estrada will have an MRI performed on him shortly to see the extent of his injury while the Brewers will head to Arizona Friday with a brand new player.
Cody Ransom, 36, a former Arizona Diamondback, looks to be the short-term solution at shortstop for the Brewers after being claimed off waivers following Wednesday's game.