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MILWAUKEE BREWERS

MLB team based in Milwaukee, Wis.

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Brewers take both games in two-game series
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The Brewers have lost six of their past seven games.
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Milwaukee starter Freddy Peralta, who just came off the injured list, pitched 3 2/3 innings, giving up two runs and four hits, with three strikeouts and two walks.
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Milwaukee starter Corbin Burnes (8-5) pitched 5 1/3 innings, allowing four runs and three hits. He struck out six and walked a career-high five.

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Tellez's second homer capped a five-run second inning.
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Alejandro Kirk had four hits and Alek Manoah surrendered two runs across 6 2/3 innings as the visiting Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 9-4 on Thursday night to begin the back half of their six-game road trip.
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Willy Adames also homered for Milwaukee, which won the opener of the series before dropping the next two
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St. Louis pulls even with the Milwaukee atop the NL Central
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Corbin Burnes tossed seven scoreless innings and Tyrone Taylor belted a two-run home run to lift the Brewers to a 2-0 victory over the visiting St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night in the opener of the four-game National League Central Division showdown at Milwaukee.
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Catcher Victor Caratini homered and singled for the Brewers, who completed their first three-game series sweep since beating the Reds three in a row May 3-5 and finished their nine-game road trip 5-4.
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Eric Laue survived allowing three homers and four runs over 6 1/3 innings for the Brewers, who won for just the fourth time in 16 games
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The Brewers fell to 3-11 this month and dropped two games behind the idle first-place St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central
Hader had tied the Major League record for consecutive scoreless appearances, 40, on Sunday.
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Gore, the third overall pick in the 2017 draft, has allowed just one run in his last 22 innings, including three starts, lowering his ERA to 1.50
Tyrone Taylor and Victor Caratini drove in three runs apiece for Milwaukee.

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