Game 59 wrapup: Reddick lucky bad-look skid not worse; Milone runs bases with aplomb; Okajima the new Popeye; Crisp’s roll continues with four hits

Josh Reddick thought he was settling in four a routine try at a sliding catch. Instead he left a skid mark suitable for Grand Prix racing.

Reddick admitted the ball hit by Carlos Gomez of the Brewers was going to be tough to catch, but he didn’t expect to wind up “a foot deep in the earth’s core.’’

It turns out that Miller Park was a recent host to a Kenny Chesney concert, after which part of the outfield grass had to be replaced by sod. It apparently didn’t have enough time to firm up.

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