Brewers' starter Dave Bush dominates Houston on Sunday Houstonians tend to like people named Bush--George Herbert Walker, Laura, Barbara...even DubYa--they even named their airport after one. But not any Bushes named David. David Bush's outing Sunday against the Astros was his best so far this season: 8+ IP, 2 ER's, 7 K's, 5 hits, and only 1 walk on 108 pitches with 76 for strikes. The complete game effort ended, however, in the 9th, after Bush tired and gave up a leadoff double to Chris Burke, then walking former Brewer Mark Loretta, and then serving up a double to Lance Berkman, plating Burke. Yost wisely yanked Bush and went to Cordero, who walked Carlos Lee, fanned Luke Scott, and then gave up a hit to Morgan Ensberg, that plated Loretta, before walking Adam Everett, with the bases loaded, to score Berkman and cut the lead to just a lone run. Cordero then fanned Orlando Palmeiro, causing Phil "Scrap Iron" Garner to opt for Craig Biggio to pinch-hit, but no 9th inning heroics this time--Biggio popped out to give Bush the win. Bush is now 2-1, with a 5.04 ERA. At the plate, it was the outfielders' turn to go nuts--both Billy Hall and Geoff Jenkins went 3-for-4, each driving in a run and scoring a run (Hall actually scored two)...Hall homered in the 4th off of Oswalt, while Jenkins hit a pair of doubles. The Crew finishes their homestand having taken 2 of 2 from the Pirates, then 2 of 3 from the Astros (which, according to the FSN Wisconsin guys was the first time in 10 years that the Crew took a series from the Astros). The Crew takes their 11-7 first place record on the road for three in Chicago, followed by three more in Houston after an off day on Thursday...the Brewers are 1 up in the loss column on the Astros, and 3 up on the remaining four division opponents...the Crew, then, already have targets on their backs.