It's not every day there's a "first time in franchise history" when it comes to Major League Baseball.
It's even more rare when it's not one of the new franchises, i.e. Diamondbacks, Rays, Marlins or Rockies.
Monday's franchise first came from the Milwaukee Brewers. In the third inning of the team's game in Cincinnati, Randy Wolf became the first Brewers pitcher to steal a base in the franchise's history.
Even though the Brewers played in the American League until 1998, they still played in the AL pre-designated hitter.
Wolf stole a base last year for the Dodgers. His stolen base Monday even came off one of the better throwing catchers in the National Leagues, Ryan Hanigan. However, it was more off of pitcher Homer Bailey, who does not hold runners on well.
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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