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Sports Brewers rally to beat Reds 9-3 for 1st home win

04:15  10 august  2020
04:15  10 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

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MILWAUKEE — Christian Yelich and Milwaukee’s slumping hitters finally busted out, enabling the Brewers to earn their first home victory of the year.

Yelich homered, tripled and drew a bases-loaded walk as the Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-3 on Sunday to avoid their first 0-5 home start since 1970, the franchise’s inaugural season in Milwaukee.

“I think every time we’ve played here, we’ve heard the same song every night: ‘Everything’s Gonna Be Alright,'" said Milwaukee first baseman Justin Smoak, referring to the Bob Marley tune that is actually titled ”Three Little Birds" and plays at Miller Park after Brewers losses. “I think last night after the game, a couple of us said, ‘I don’t want to hear that song again.’”

Chatwood dominates, Cubs hit 3 HRs in 9-1 romp over Brewers

  Chatwood dominates, Cubs hit 3 HRs in 9-1 romp over Brewers CHICAGO — Tyler Chatwood turned in the sort of performance the Chicago Cubs thought he would deliver on a regular basis. The right-hander, who struggled with his control for much of his first two two seasons with the team, sure was locked in. For the Cubs, it was a welcome sight. Chatwood pitched three-hit ball over six innings, Willson Contreras homered and Chicago beat the Milwaukee Brewers 9-1 on Sunday to take two of three in their opening series. Chatwood (1-0) gave the Cubs just the sort of outing they were looking for after working mostly out of the bullpen last season. He struck out eight and walked two.

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The Brewers avoided that fate — Daryl Hall and John Oates' “You Make My Dreams” played after the game instead — because Smoak and the other struggling hitters in their lineup came through. Milwaukee entered the day hitting .210 but scored eight runs in its final three trips to the plate.

“It was good at-bats,” manager Craig Counsell said. “It was deep at-bats. It was long at-bats. I thought we really did it all day.”

Yelich had been hitting .114 but reached in four of his five plate appearances.

Smoak struck out in his first at-bat but then delivered three straight hits to break out of an 0-for-14 and 1-of-25 slump.

The switch-hitting Smoak, who went 3 for 5, delivered hits from both sides of the plate during a six-run outburst in the sixth inning. That rally included four walks, two with the bases loaded.

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“When you’re struggling, you can try and do too much trying to swing your way out of it, but that’s not usually how it works,” Yelich said. “Usually, it’s guys putting together good at-bats and that’s how it comes.”

Milwaukee poured it on in the seventh with back-to-back homers from Keston Hiura and Yelich.

Hiura went 3 for 5 with two runs and two RBIs.

Cincinnati’s Jesse Winker was 3 for 4 with a homer, double and two RBIs.

The Reds were seeking their first sweep at Milwaukee since August 2009 and led 2-1 when starter Sonny Gray (3-1) remained in the game to open the sixth with his pitch count at 92.

Gray gave up three hits to the Brewers’ first four batters of the inning and left with the score tied and runners on the corners with one out. Michael Lorenzen replaced Gray and didn’t retire any of the four hitters he faced as the Brewers eventually built a 7-2 lead.

“It just kind of snowballed the wrong way for us in the sixth,” Gray said.

Yelich hits inside-the-park homer, Brewers beat White Sox

  Yelich hits inside-the-park homer, Brewers beat White Sox CHICAGO — Christian Yelich hit his first career inside-the-park homer and walked four times, helping the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago White Sox 8-3 on Thursday night. Jedd Gyorko homered and drove in three runs for Milwaukee, and Mark Mathias had two hits and two RBIs. Josh Lindblom (1-0) struck out a career-high seven in five innings. The Brewers and White Sox split a home-and-home series, with each team winning two games in their opponent’s ballpark. Yelich had been slumping this season, going 3 for 34 in his first eight games. But the 2018 NL MVP made the most of an ugly misplay by left fielder Eloy Jiménez in the fifth.

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Eric Sogard walked to load the bases and Hiura singled home Mark Mathias to put the Brewers ahead. Lorenzen then walked Yelich with the bases loaded to extend Milwaukee’s lead to 4-2.

Lorenzen received a mound visit, then walked Logan Morrison to bring in one more run before exiting with the Brewers ahead 5-2. Smoak capped the rally with a two-run single off Cody Reed.

“As much success as Michael has had in his career, right now he’s struggling with his confidence,” Reds manager David Bell said. “We’re going to help him through it and keep looking for opportunities to allow him to pitch through it. I believe in him a ton. We all do. He’s going to get through it.”

GRAY (BARELY) EXTENDS STREAK

Gray gave up six hits or fewer for a major league-record 37th consecutive start. He allowed six hits and four walks in 5 1/3 innings while striking out seven.

The last time Gray gave up more than six hits in a start was Aug. 1, 2018, when he was pitching for the New York Yankees and yielded seven runs in 2 2/3 innings of a 7-5 loss to Baltimore.

TRAINER’S ROOM

The Reds placed infielder Mike Moustakas on the 10-day injured list, retroactive to Thursday, with a bruised left quadriceps.

Reds reliever Pedro Strop and centre fielder Nick Senzel have groin injuries. Bell said Strop “is trending toward some time off here” but Senzel should be ready to return by Tuesday.

UP NEXT

The Reds have Monday off before beginning a two-game home series against Kansas City. Luis Castillo is the likely Cincinnati starter in the opener.

The Brewers stay home to begin a three-game series against Minnesota on Monday. The probable starter is Adrian Houser, who has allowed just one earned run over 12 innings through his first two starts. The Twins will start Randy Dobnak.

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Berríos, Twins take series from Brewers with 7-1 win .
MINNEAPOLIS — José Berríos pitched one-hit ball over six scoreless innings, Nelson Cruz hit a two-run homer and the Minnesota Twins beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-1 on Thursday night. Ryan Jeffers drove in a run with a single in his first major league at-bat, going 2 for 3 with a hit by pitch and catching Berríos to help the Twins improve to 7-1-1 in series this season. Justin Smoak homered for the Brewers in the seventh off Tyler Duffey, but Cruz responded with his ninth homer and 24th and 25th RBIs of the season in the bottom of the inning for the Twins.

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