MAC WITH THE MILWAUKEE BREWERS IN 2001
August 28 Mac pitched 6 innings and gave up 3 runs. At that point, he was qualified to take a win. But the relief pitcher lost more runs. And it turned out that the Brewers lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates 5 to 6.
August 22 Mac pitched unexpectedly to take over from the starting pitcher the 2nd inning. He hurled 3 2/3 innings and gave up one run. He proved lucky as his team defeated the Chicago Cubs 8 to 1, giving him his 5th win of the season and his 3rd with the Brewers.
August 17 Mac managed to stay on until the 7th inning giving up only one run. The Brewers won 5 to 1 to the Cincinnatti Reds 5 to 1, and Mac gaining his 4th win.
August 11 Mac started the game. He lasted 7 innings, and did not give up any runs. His team won 6 to 0 over the Montreal Expos, and secured his 3rd win.
Mac moves again
It's been reported on July 12, that Mac had been acquired by the Milwaukee Brewers. It's off waivers from the Colorado Rockies, Brewers' General Manager Dean Taylor said.
MAC SUZUKI WITH THE COLORADO ROCKIES IN 2001
July 4 Mac started for the first time for the Rockies. He kept the San Diego Padres scoreless until the 4th inning. Then in the 5th inning, the scene changed. He could not finish it. In 4 1/3 innings, he gave up 4 runs. And the Rockies lost to the Padres 5 to 8.
Mac to play with Rockies
It was finalized on June 24, that Mac will be joining the Colorado Rockies. Mac started in 9 games with the Royals so far. He has 2 wins 5 losses, and an ERA of 5.30.
MAC SUZUKI WITH THE KANSAS CITY ROYALS IN 2001
April 26 Mac was about to pitch over a distance a shut out game. But in the 9th inning, his teammate erred, and putting on base a Arizona DevilRay. And he stepped off the mound there. His team, still won 6 to 0 and Mac picked up his 2nd win.
April 14 It's the 2nd time Mac started. He hurled 6 innings, and gave up only a run. His team was leading 3 to 1 to the Toronto Blue Jays when he left. But the team in the end lost 4 to 5.
April 8 It's his first game of the season. And it was indeed a good start for someone who had a surgery of his right shoulder last Oct. He hurled 5 innings, giving up only a homerun to the Minnesota Twins. The Royals defeated the Twins 15 to 4, and Mac earning a win.
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